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Robert Koch-Institut


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    • Germany (West). Bundesgesundheitsamt. Robert Koch-Institut
    • Robert Koch Institute
    • Germany (West). Bundesgesundheitsamt. Robert Koch Institute
    • RKI
    • R.K.I.
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      • found: Current research problems in psoriasis, 1984:t.p. (Robert Koch-Institut des Bundesgesundheitsamtes)
      • found: NLM files, 4/10/85(hdg.: Robert Koch-Institut)
      • found: Immunomodulators and nonspecific host defence mechanisms against microbial infections, 1988:t.p. (Federal Health Office, Robert Koch Institute, West Berlin)
      • found: Infektionsepidemiologische Forschung, Dez. 1995:t.p. (RKI)
      • found: Robert Koch Institute WWW site, viewed Nov. 20, 2017:history of the Robert Koch Institute (opened July 1, 1891, as a scientific department of the "Royal Prussian Institute for Infectious Diseases"[no publs. in NLM/LC databases]; 1912 renamed "Royal Prussian Institute for Infectious Diseases Rober Koch"[no publs. in NLM/LC databases];1919 facility continues as "Prussian Institute of Infectious Diseases Robert Koch"[no publs. in NLM/LC databases];1935 The Institute "Robert Koch" is subordinated to the imperial health office; in 1942 "Robert Koch Institute" becomes an independent Reichsanstalt; in 1945 institute merges with Reich Institute for Water, Soil and Air Hygiene and the Reich Health Office to form the "Central Institute for Hygiene and Health Services"[no publs. in NLM/LC databases];in 1948 facility continues as Robert Koch Insitute for Hygiene and Infectious Diseases"[no publs. in NLM/LC databases];in 1952 institute becomes part of the newly founded Federal Health Office;1991 Robert Koch Institute is affiliated with several former GDR authorities; in 1994 after dissolution of the Federal Health Office, the Robert Koch Institute becomes an independent higher federal authority)
      • found: The Robert Koch Institute, a historical retrospective WWW e-book, viewed Nov. 20, 2017:the Koch Institute -chronology(1948-1952 Robert Koch Institute for Hygiene and Infectious Diseases; 28.02.1952 Robert Koch Institute of the Federal Health Office)
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      • 1985-12-06: new
      • 2017-11-22: revised
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