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Friedrich Miescher-His - bibliography

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Biography

Swiss pathologist, born March 2, 1811, Walkringen in Emmental, Canton Berne; died January 21, 1887, Basel. Friedrich Miescher-His was born Friedrich Miescher. The hyphenated name Miescher-His includes his wife's family name.

Bibliography

  • De ossium genesi, structura et vita. Doctoral dissertation, Berlin 1836.
  • De inflammatione ossium eorumque anatome generali. Paper, 1836.
    Published with a work of Johannes Müller on bone.
  • Ueber eigentümliche Schläuche in den Muskeln einer Hausmaus. Berichte über die Verhandlungen der naturforschenden Gesellschaft in Basel, 1843, 5: 198-203.
  • Bescheribung und Untersuchung des Monostoma bijugum. Basel, 1838.
  • Die medicinische Facultät in Basel und ihr Aufschwung unter F. Plater und C. Bauhin mit dem Lebensbilde von Felix Plater. Basel, 1860.
    Referring to Felix Plater (1536-1614) and Caspar Bauhin (1560-1624), professors of medicine at the University of Basle.
  • Wilhelm His (1831-1904):
    Beiträge zur Anatomie des menschlichen Herzens : hern Prof. Dr. Fr. Miescher-His zum 9. Januar 1886, dem 50. Jubeltage seiner Promotion an der Universität Berlin.
    Leipzig : F.C.W. Vogel, 1886. 20 pages. Includes bibliographical references.
  • Manfred Frey:
    Friedrich Miescher-His (1811-1887) und sein Beitrag zur Histopathologie des Knochens. Basel 1962.

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