What Did Robert Koch Discover?

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Robert Koch is accredited with the discovery of tuber bacillus which is a bacteria that occurs both in human and bovine species. It is responsible for the tuberculosis disease. He also became a Nobel Laureate for these works.
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Robert Koch was a German born doctor and microbiologist famous for his research work. He was the first to isolate the virus that causes tuberculosis and in 1905 won a Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for his published findings.
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