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    P154-155 How discovery was made and impact. How were their results limited/what were the disadvantages? Paul Ehrlich Paul Ehrlich was part of K…… research team. Ehrlich spent hours s………. ……. He had studied a…… b….. in the body which carried bacteria but nothing else. Ehrlich compared antibodies to ……….. …… and wanted to find a chemical to do the same. He wanted to find a magic bullet to cure s……… He experimented with …. variations before he found one that worked. It was his assistant S…. H…. that realised Salverson 606 worked. The drug was difficult to use. It could kill not only the m…….. causing the disease but the ………as well. But it was still important because…...................... ................................ ................................ ................................ ................... Gerhard Domagk In 1932 Domagk tried out P…….. Which was a ………… dye. He started off by testing on…….. To try to find a cure for……. ……….. He tested this on humans because…………………… ………………………… ………………………… …………… They needed to do further work to explain why Prontosil worked. They discovered it was because it was a s………………. This discovery was helped by e…… m……….. But sulphonamides could damage the ……… and ………….
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    P154-155 How discovery was made and impact. How were their results limited/what were the disadvantages? Paul Ehrlich Paul Ehrlich was part of K…… research team. Ehrlich spent hours s………. ……. He had studied a…… b….. in the body which carried bacteria but nothing else. Ehrlich compared antibodies to ……….. …… and wanted to find a chemical to do the same. He wanted to find a magic bullet to cure s……… He experimented with …. variations before he found one that worked. It was his assistant S…. H…. that realised Salverson 606 worked. The drug was difficult to use. It could kill not only the m…….. causing the disease but the ………as well. But it was still important because…...................... ................................ ................................ ................................ ................... Gerhard Domagk In 1932 Domagk tried out P…….. Which was a ………… dye. He started off by testing on…….. To try to find a cure for……. ……….. He tested this on humans because…………………… ………………………… ………………………… …………… They needed to do further work to explain why Prontosil worked. They discovered it was because it was a s………………. This discovery was helped by e…… m……….. But sulphonamides could damage the ……… and ………….
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