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SELMAN WAKSMAN
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  1. Selman Waksman was buried in the cemetery at Woods Hole, Massachusetts, after a more private ceremony.
  2. Selman Waksman was born in Russia in 1888.
  3. Selman Waksman was born on 22 July 1888 to Jewish parents in Pryluky, a peasant village near Kiev, in the Russian Empire[2], now Ukraine.

Selman Waksman

  1. Selman Waksman discovers the antibiotic streptomycin, produced by a mold that grows in soil.
  2. In 1941, the professor of agricultural microbiology Selman Waksman coined the term ' antibiotic '.
  3. M ANY GIFTS HAVE COME to humanity from Selman Waksman’s energy, enthusiasm, and passion for science.
  4. Streptomycin, the first antibiotic for tuberculosis, was discovered in 1944 by American microbiologist Selman Waksman.
  5. Selman Waksman isolates the antibiotic neomycin ( see streptomycin, 1943).
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