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Carl Ludwig

Carl Ludwig (1816-1895)

CARL LUDWIG (1816-1895) was a native of Witzenhausen, Germany and graduated from Marburg in 1839. This great physiologist developed a well known theory of the secretion of urine, and in 1847 invented the kymograph, an indispensable instrument of physiological research. He is also remembered through the contribution of his more than 200 students.

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