A seated portrait of German immunologist and Nobel laureate Paul Ehrlich (1854–1915). He is holding a document, possibly labeled "Salvarsan," which was known as the magic bullet against syphilis. Behind him is a green curtain uncovering shelves of bottles and books.
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Merck litmus paper, 1934
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