Penicillium mould presented by Alexander Fleming, 1935

Made:
1935 in United Kingdom
maker:
Unknown

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Sample of penicillin mould presented by Alexander Fleming to Douglas Macleod, 1935. Front three-quarter view, grey
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A sample of Penicillium mould presented by Alexander Fleming to Douglas Macleod, 1935.

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Details

Category:
Biotechnology
Object Number:
1997-731
Materials:
copper alloy, leatherette, penicillium mould, wood
type:
penicillium mould, bioengineering, microbiology
taxonomy:
  • drug
credit:
Christie's South Kensington Limited
status:
Permanent collection

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