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When the first volunteer didn’t contract cholera either, Metchnikoff didn’t hesitate to accept an offer from a second one.
When Metchnikoff took his experiments into the petri dish to find out what caused such a marked difference, he discovered that some microbes hindered the cholera growth while others stimulated it.
As Metchnikoff expected, the mesodermal cells surrounded the thorns, proving his theory.
The cholera drink didn’t sicken Metchnikoff, so he let a volunteer from his lab repeat the test.
In 1908, Metchnikoff won the Nobel Prize in Medicine for discovering phagocytic cells and their role in the human immune system.
According to Metchnikoff, this property of leukocytes resides entirely within themselves, depending upon their own vital activity.A Manual of Clinical Diagnosis|James Campbell Todd
Metchnikoff believed that the colorless corpuscles of the blood have somewhat the same function.A Civic Biology|George William Hunter
Consider man, as Metchnikoff describes him, with his overplus of sex energy.
Doctor Metchnikoff told me in Paris that America always kills its big men with routine.
Just had a letter from the great Metchnikoff—wants me to come over and work in the Pasteur!