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José Lignieres

Joseph Leon Marcel Lignieres, French-born Argentine veterinarian and bacteriologist (Saint-Michel, Meuse Department 26 July 1868 – Buenos Aires 20 October 1933)
 
 
ACHIEVEMENTS
Named pasteurellosis and salmonellosis
 

Described enteque seco or enzootic calcinosis in bovine

Contribution à l’etude de la pasteurellose. Bull. Soc. Centr. Med. Vet. 16:761-92, 1898
 
Described hemorrhagic septicemia in sheep (1898)
 

Classified hemorrhagic septicemia

Contribution à l’etude et à la classification des septicémies hémorrhagiques. Les Pasteurelloses. Ann. Inst. Pasteur 15:734-6, 1900  
 

Described actinobacillosis, isolated Actinobacillus sp. and differentiated from actinomycosis (1902). This microbe was named Actinobacillus lignieresii in his honor

With J. Spitz. Contribution a l’etude des affections connues sous le nom  d’actinomycose – actinobacilllose. Rev. Soc. Med. Arg. 5:105, 1902 
With J. Spitz. Contribution a l’etude des affections connues sous le nom  d’actinomycose.  Arch. Parasitol. 7:248, 1903 
 
First description of arteriosclerosis in sheep (1912)
 

DESCRIBED GENERA

Salmonella 1900 (Bacteria)

Hemisarcoptes 1893 (Acari)
 
 

EPONYMY

Lignieres medium

Lignieres method of vaccination

Lignieres-Spitz staining method for actinobacillosis

Lignieres test, a cuti-tuberculin reaction modified from Moro test 
Lignieres ganglia

Genus Ligniera Maire & Tison 1911 (Fungi)