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Gerhard Domagk and the Discovery of Sulfa (Unlocking the Secrets of Science)

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Published by Mitchell Lane Publishers .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • History,
  • Juvenile literature,
  • Domagk, Gerhard,,
  • Juvenile Social Problems (General),
  • Sulphur drugs,
  • Juvenile Nonfiction,
  • Children"s Books/Ages 9-12 Biography,
  • Children: Grades 4-6,
  • Germany,
  • Technology - Medicine,
  • Biography,
  • Medical scientists,
  • Biography & Autobiography - Science & Technology,
  • 1895-1964,
  • Antibacterial agents

  • The Physical Object
    FormatLibrary binding
    Number of Pages48
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8792470M
    ISBN 101584151153
    ISBN 109781584151159


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Discovery of Sulfonamides 2. Structure of Sulfonamides 3. Mode of Action 4. Effectiveness. Discovery of Sulfonamides: The discovery of the sulfonamides or sulfa drugs in by Professor Gerhard Domagk (Fig. ) and his team was a pioneering achievement in the war against infections, for which Domagk received the Nobel Prize for Medicine.

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Until he was fourteen he went to school in Sommerfeld, where his father was assistant headmaster. His mother, Martha Reimer, came from farming stock in the Marches, where she lived in Sommerfeld until. Prontosil, also called sulfamidochrysoidine, trade name of the first synthetic drug used in the treatment of general bacterial infections in humans.

Prontosil was introduced into medicine in the s. Prontosil resulted from research, directed by German chemist and pathologist Gerhard Domagk, on the antibacterial action of azo dyes.A red azo dye of low toxicity, Prontosil was shown by Domagk.

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The Saga of a Sulfa Drug Pioneer. The world's first antibiotics were developed in the s in Nazi Germany. The man most responsible was Bayer scientist Gerhard Domagk. He was not a Nazi, and was. Professor Domagk won the prize for developing the first sulfonamide, prontosil, in After the war, he developed several antitubercular drugs that brought new.

GERHARDT DOMAGK: MAGIC BULLET #2 • In Gerhard Domagk found the second magic bullet after years of methodical research. This was a red dye called Prontosil and killed the bacteria causing BLOOD POISONING. • He injected mice with a lethal dose of a streptococcal infection.

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Domagk’s studies of one dye that killed microbes resulted in. Gerhard Domagk (–) was awarded the Nobel Prize in Medicine in for his work with prontosil and sulfanilamide, the active breakdown product of prontosil in the body. Sulfanilamide, the first synthetic antimicrobial created, served as the foundation for the chemical development of a family of sulfa drugs.

Sulfonamide is a functional group (a part of a molecule) that is the basis of several groups of drugs, which are called sulphonamides, sulfa drugs or sulpha original antibacterial sulfonamides are synthetic (nonantibiotic) antimicrobial agents that contain the sulfonamide group.

Some sulfonamides are also devoid of antibacterial activity, e.g., the anticonvulsant. Gerhard Domagk. Today we take antibiotics for granted. This all changed with the discovery of Prontosil, the first of a class of antibiotic drugs known as sulfa drugs.

Penicillin often gets credit as the first antibiotic, but Prontosil and other sulfa drugs had been used to effectively treat bacterial infections for close to a decade before.

The history of the sulfa drugs is one of those that have been overshadowed by other stories for quite some time. In the historiography of anti-infective therapies the sulfas have been dwelling in the shadow of fungal antibiotics and of the assumption that it was with the latter that the therapeutic revolution got started during the Second World by: 1.

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Domagk, Gerhard, Sources found: Gerhard Domagk and the discovery of sulfa, CIP t.p. (Gerhard Domagk) galley (died in Burgberg, West Germany on Ap ). Domagk and many others quickly followed up on his discovery.

The same year, aFrench researcher, Daniel Bovet, discovered that it was just one portion ofthe Prontosil molecule that was effective against bacteria--a sulfonamide called sulfanilamide.

This portion of the molecule blocks coenzyme action in bacteria and kills them. Domagk, Gerhard gĕr´härt dō´mäk [key], –, German chemist and pathologist.

A teacher successively at the universities of Greifswald and Münster, he became () director of research at the I. Farbenindustrie laboratory at Wuppertal. Because. These are definitions from the book and the lecture notes.

Learn with flashcards, games, and more — for free. Search. Create. Gerhard Domagk. discovered the antimicrobial properties of sulfa. About Gerhard Domagk: Gerhard Johannes Paul Domagk (30 October – 24 April ) was a German pathologist and bacteriologist.

He is credited with the. Gerhard Johannes Paul Domagk. The German bacteriologist and experimental pathologist Gerhard Johannes Paul Domagk () was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for his discovery of the antibacterial effects of prontosil.

Gerhard Domagk was born at Lagow, Brandenburg, on Oct. 30, He began the study of medicine at the University of. Domagk: (dō′mäk′), Gerhard German biochemist. He won a Nobel Prize for his work on the antibacterial effect of sulfa drugs but declined the award at the instruction of the German government.In the first of our six-part series celebrating the people behind the scientific discoveries in bacteria and medical science that have transformed our lives, delivered in collaboration with the Science History Institute, we share the story of German pathologist Gerhard ’s pioneering research led to the development of Prontosil Rubrum, the first antibiotic drug to .