Robert Koch was born near Hanover, Germany on December 11, 1843.
He began his career writing books on the theory that infectious diseases were caused by living microscopic organisms.
In 1850, a French researcher, Casimir Joesph Favaine found the first case of anthrax when Robert Koch had already researched on the topic. He graduated in medicine in 1866 from the University of Gottingen.
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Invasion of the hosts body tissue.
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