Thomas H. Weller
|Research Division of Infectious Diseases||Children's Medical Center, Boston|
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(1915 - 2008)
The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1954 was awarded jointly to John Franklin Enders, Thomas Huckle Weller and Frederick Chapman Robbins
for their discovery of the ability of poliomyelitis viruses to grow in cultures of various types of tissue.
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|Enders JF, Weller TH, Robbins FC, et al. (2009) Classic paper: How monolayer cell culture transformed diagnostic virology: A review of a classic paper and the developments that stemmed from it Reviews in Medical Virology. 19: 241-249|
|Weller TH. (2000) Cytomegaloviruses: A historical perspective Herpes. 7: 66-69|
|Weller TH. (1998) Pioneers and modern ideas. Infectious diseases and public health. Pediatrics. 102: 284-285; discussion|
|Weller TH. (1998) Infectious diseases and public health Pediatrics. 102: 284-285|
|Weller TH. (1996) Varicella: Historical perspective and clinical overview Journal of Infectious Diseases. 174: S306-S309|
|Weller TH. (1995) Varicella-zoster virus: History, perspectives, and evolving concerns Neurology. 45: S9-S10|
|Weller TH. (1995) Robert Koch and the modern investigator. Hospital Practice (Office Ed.). 30: 99-101|
|Weller TH. (1993) Can control of infectious diseases be sustained? Hospital Practice. 28: 32-34|
|Weller TH. (1992) Varicella and herpes zoster: A perspective and overview Journal of Infectious Diseases. 166: S1-S6|
|Weller TH, Robbins FC. (1991) John Franklin Enders: February 10, 1897-September 8, 1985. Biographical Memoirs. National Academy of Sciences (U. S.). 60: 47-65|