Deminsky Hippolyte A.( Russia prominent epidemiologist)
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Biography Deminsky Hippolyte A.
(1864-1912 gg.) - A prominent epidemiologist Russia. Actively participated in the elimination of six outbreaks of the plague (1899-1912 gg.), Epidemics of cholera and typhoid. Outlined the anti-plague system activities, among them a prominent place occupied by the study of steppe rodent plague: the culture of plague microbe identified from camel and from the gopher. He died, infected at the opening of a gopher, which proves that the plague of gophers is identical to the plague of man.