Laveran

[lavuh-rahn]
noun
  1. Charles Louis Al·phonse [sharl lwee al-fawns] /ʃarl lwi alˈfɔ̃s/, 1845–1922, French physician and bacteriologist: Nobel Prize in Medicine 1907.
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Laveran

[lăv′ə-räɴ, läv-räɴ]Charles Louis Alphonse 1845-1922
  1. French pathologist. He won a 1907 Nobel Prize for investigating the role of protozoa in the generation of disease.
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