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Anton Weichselbaum (8 February 1845 – 23 October 1920) was an Austrian pathologist and bacteriologist born near the town of Langenlois. Weichselbaum was among the first scientists to recognize the importance of bacteriology for the field of pathological anatomy. Some of his better known assistants were serologist Karl Landsteiner (1868–1943), bacteriologist Anton Ghon (1866–1936) and dermatologist Josef Kyrle (1880–1926). Weichselbaum was a son-in-law to chemist Franz Schneider (1812–1897). Weichselbaumgasse, a thoroughfare in the Favoriten district of Vienna is named in his honor.

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  • Anton Weichselbaum (* 8. Februar 1845 in Schiltern, Niederösterreich; † 23. Oktober 1920 in Wien) war ein österreichischer Pathologe und Bakteriologe.
  • Anton Weichselbaum (8 de fevereiro de 1845 - 23 de outubro de 1920) foi um patologista e bacteriologista austríaco. Weichselbaum é lembrado por suas contribuições no campo da bacteriologia, e em 1887 foi o primeiro a isolar o agente causador da meningite, que ele chamou de Diplococcus intracellularis meningitidis. A ele também é creditado a primeira descrição detalhada de erosão óssea no local da artrite. Weichselbaum também fez pesquisas importantes que envolviam a tuberculose.
  • Anton Weichselbaum (8 February 1845 – 23 October 1920) was an Austrian pathologist and bacteriologist born near the town of Langenlois. Weichselbaum was among the first scientists to recognize the importance of bacteriology for the field of pathological anatomy. Some of his better known assistants were serologist Karl Landsteiner (1868–1943), bacteriologist Anton Ghon (1866–1936) and dermatologist Josef Kyrle (1880–1926). Weichselbaum was a son-in-law to chemist Franz Schneider (1812–1897). Weichselbaumgasse, a thoroughfare in the Favoriten district of Vienna is named in his honor.
  • Weichselbaum è stato tra i primi scienziati a riconoscere l'importanza della batteriologia nel campo della anatomia patologica. Nel 1869 conseguì il dottorato in medicina a Vienna, e successivamente iniziò a lavorare come assistente del patologo anatomista Josef Engel (1816-1899). Nel 1885 venne nominato professore associato di istologia patologica e batteriologia e tra il 1893 e il 1916 ricoprì la carica di direttore dell'istituto di anatomia patologica presso l'Università di Vienna, ove ebbe come allievo, fra gli altri, il medico italiano Ferdinando Micheli. Nel 1912 ne divenne rettore.
  • Anton Weichselbaum (ur. 8 lutego 1845 w Schiltern, zm. 23 października 1920 w Wiedniu) – austriacki lekarz, patolog i bakteriolog. Studiował na Uniwersytecie Wiedeńskim, dyplom lekarza otrzymał w 1869 roku w Wiedniu. Następnie został asystentem Josefa Engela. Od 1893 do 1916 kierował instytutem anatomii patologicznej Uniwersytetu w Wiedniu. Jego asystentami byli m.in. Karl Landsteiner, Anton Ghon i Josef Kyrle.
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