Samuel Taylor Darling

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Samuel Taylor Darling

Samuel Taylor Darling (April 6, 1872 in Harrison, New Jersey – May 21, 1925 in Beirut) was an American pathologist and bacteriologist who discovered the pathogen Histoplasma capsulatum in 1906.[1] He died in Beirut in a car accident together with British malariologist Norman Lothian.[2][3][4] The 'Darling Prize' for malaria research was established in his memory.[2]

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  1. ^ E. Chaves-Carballo (2007). The Tropical World of Samuel Taylor Darling: Parasites, Pathology and Philanthropy. Sussex Academic Press. ISBN 978-1-84519-183-2. Retrieved 16 May 2012. 
  2. ^ a b Irish Journal of Medical Science (1926–1967) Volume 4, Number 12, p. 570
  3. ^ Peckham, C.; Gardiner, P.; Tibbenham, A. (1925). "Vision screening of adolescents and their use of glasses". BMJ. 1 (6171): 1111–1113. doi:10.1136/bmj.1.3363.1111-a. PMC 1598732Freely accessible. PMID 444955. 
  4. ^ "Samuel Taylor Darling 1872–1925". American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. s1–5 (5): 318–321. 1925. 
  5. ^ IPNI.  Darling. 

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