Dr. Günther Enderlein (–) whose main book Bacteria Cyclogeny was published in Enderlein was a visionary thinker who made. Günther Enderlein () saw the healthy host as filled with primitive life Enderlein’s work was the book by the French researcher A. Béchamp, titled. Dr Gunther Enderlein’s research has revealed the following: The cell is not the smallest visible living unit, but rather the colloid. This colloid has been termed the .
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Enderlein got some international renown because of his insect research but in Germany he became famous because of his concept of the pleomorphism of microorganisms and his hypotheses about the origins of cancerbased on the work of other scientists.
His hypotheses about pleomorphism and cancer have now been disproved by science and have only some historical importance today. Some of his concepts are however still popular in alternative medicine. Enderlein was born in Leipzig, the son of a teacher.
He studied in Leipzig and Berlin and got his PhD in as a zoologist. He became professor in During the First World War he worked as a military enderlsin major even though he was a biologist, as there were not enough physicians available at that time.
He returned to Berlin in and remained there until After he became production manager in a small pharmaceutical company: Sanum that later became Sanum-Kehlbeck.
He was also the publisher of a newspaper called Akmon.
Enderlein published more than scientific articles, mostly about insects. He worked in taxonomy enderlen systematics of many Diptera families. Many insects were named by him and some still carry his name. His way of distinction by external characteristics led to some disputes inside the scientific community of that time see Zwick for details.
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Enderlein was mostly interested in the fly family, Simuliidae. In he published an article about spotted fever. He caused more sensation, however, when he developed and published his concepts about the pleomorphism of microorganisms. The concept of pleomorphism was quite controversial at the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century. Eventually the monomorphism concept of Louis Pasteur was accepted by the scientific community in the s.
Similar concepts were known in ancient times as concepts of abiogenesis but these were disproved during the 18th century. He was convinced that every microorganism would pass through a particular development-cycle, that he called cyclode bacterial cyclode.
These particles were able to transform into pathogen guunther under certain circumstances. Pasteur and the majority of the scientific community at that time did not accept this opinion, although later studies by renowned bacteriologists suggest that the scientific community was becoming more favorable to pleomorphism up until the mids.
At that time it was also known that plasmodia the causal agents of malaria were able to change form during their different developmental stages. In Guntjer published his main work: He developed not only a complex hypothesis, but at the same time he created also his own terminology that makes reading guntger papers difficult or even impossible. He stated that small harmless and beneficial herbal particles were present in every animal or plant which may transform into larger and pathogen bacteria or fungi under certain circumstances.
The smallest particles are called protitssymbionts or endobionts. Enderlein distinguished between acid and alkaline symbionts. These particles are able to be transmitted via the placenta before birth. Enderlein was convinced that these small particles were harmless and necessary for health. Only the larger organisms developed out of these particles were pathogenic bacteria or fungi, Enderlein uses the word valent for pathogen. The smaller harmless particles are able to interact and enderlen control the endeglein valent particles or organisms by their ability to destroy them by a process of endetlein.
After death the smallest particles survive and may serve for another host-organism, and they participate in the process of decomposition. A disturbance of the symbiotic friendly coexistence gknther the wnderlein particles and the larger organism would start a dangerous situation he called mochlosis that leads at the end to a disease, facilitated by a wrong way of thinking and gnther.
In such a case, he speaks about an increase of valenz, the most primitive protits would build up one-dimensional chains, called filit. These filits may build up a two-dimensional and later three-dimensional net of filits.
But this only at a pH higher than 7. In a healthy enderldin, such a filit-net may never build up. The filit-net leads to larger particle: The dark field microscopy is able to show them, says Enderlein. If this process continues, we will observe larger particles called mychits, or bacteria-nuclei forming the basis of a bacterium.
According to Enderlein, the different diseases of man are related to particular cyclodes leading to particular microorganisms. He was mainly interested in two cyclodes: The mucor racemosus cyclode leads to diseases concerning the blood, spine and rheumatism.
In these cases a marcant filit-net should always be present. An injection of harmless symbionts may help here as they are able to destroy larger valent microorganisms. The Aspergillus niger cyclode leads to diseases of lung, tuberculosis and cancer. In this case, an injection enderleib symbionts may be helpful. Enderlein was convinced that bacteria may increase in number or by asexual division or by another sexual way of merging the two nuclei before division.
He developed bacteria and fungi may regress or downgrade back to harmless particles, but this process is only possible in a healthy host organism. Ebderlein believed the use of some catalytic acting drugs might support enderleein process: You are commenting using your Gunthfr. You are commenting using your Twitter account. You gunher commenting using your Facebook account. Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam.
Learn how your comment data is processed. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The standard author abbreviation Enderlein is used to indicate this individual as the author when citing a botanical name. Prolegomena to a study of the structure, sexual and asexual reproduction and development of bacteria, Prof. What is Live Blood Analysis? Understanding Pleomorphism — Dr.
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