Koch’s postulates and its limitations

Koch’s postulates and its limitations

Koch’s postulates and its limitations Koch’s postulate forms the very basis of the pathogenic microbiology. The causality of almost all infectious diseases is based on the postulate and theories developed by Robert Koch, who is rightly called the “father of pathogenic microbiology,” and his contemporaries. Developed in the late 19th century, it has stood the … Read moreKoch’s postulates and its limitations

Robert Koch and Koch’s Postulates

Robert Koch and Koch’s Postulates

Robert Koch and Koch’s Postulates Heinrich Hermann Robert Koch (1843 – 1910) provided remarkable contributions to the field of microbiology. He was a German general practitioner and a famous microbiologist. He is credited to be one of the founders of the specific field of modern bacteriology. As the founder, he identified the specific causative agents of … Read moreRobert Koch and Koch’s Postulates