Behring taught at Halle (1894) and at Marburg (1895). He became financially involved with the Farbwerke Meister, Lucius und Bruning in Hochst, a dyeworks that provided laboratories for his researches, which included studies of tuberculosis. He devised a vaccine (bovovaccine) for immunization of calves against the disease.
His writings include Die praktischen Ziele der Blutserumtherapie (1892;
"The Practical Goals of Blood Serum Therapy") and Atiologie
und atiologische Therapie des Tetanus (1904; "The Etiology and
Etiological Therapy of Tetanus").
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