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Vasily Isayevich Isayev

Born  1854
Died  1911

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Russian microbiologist and epidemiologist, 1854-1911. Name also written Vassilii Issaevicj Issaev. German spelling of Issaev is Issaeff.

Biography of Vasily Isayevich Isayev

This was submitted by Zoran Bojanic, Serbia:

Vasily Isayevich Isayev studied medicine at the Medical faculty, Moscow University, graduating in 1877. In 1892 he attended a course of bacteriology by Ilia Ilich Mechnikov (1845-1916) and Emile Pierre Paul Roux (1853-1933) in Paris. After that he was chief doctor and medical inspector in the port of Kronshtadt to the end of his life.


  • K voprosu ob izmeneniach kishecnych ganglii pri tuberculeze i nekotorych drugych zabolevanii. Dissertacia, Sanct Peterburg, 1887.
  • Teoria attenuiruiuscego deistvia sokov organizma.
    Med privbavl k mor sb, mai, 1893: 339.
  • Ob isskustvenom immunitete protiv pnevmokokka krupoznogo vospalenia legkiych. Med privbavl k mor sb, iun, 1893: 387
  • Ob immunizacii morskych svinok protiv vibriona Ivanova.
    Med privbavl k mor sb, august, 1894: 103.
  • Untersuchungen uber die künstliche Immunität gegen Cholera.
    Zeitschrift für Hygiene und Infektionskrankheiten, Leipzig, 1894, 16:287.
  • Sbornik rabot po chume. Glavn vrach insp, Sanct Peterburg, 1907.

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