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|Federico Uruburu Fernandez|
October 3, 1934|
Granada, Andalucía, Spain
|Died||September 20, 2003
Near Porto, Portugal
Federico Uruburu Fernandez was a Spanish microbiologist. He was involved in early development of microbiology and electron microscopy in Spain, and was instrumental in establishing the Spanish Type Culture Collection.
- Villanueva, Julio R; García-Acha, I. (2004). "In memory of Federico Uruburu (1934 - 2003)" (PDF). International Microbiology. 7 (1): 67–70. ISSN 1139-6709. PMID 15179610.
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