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Pasteur Institute, 19th century Wall Decal
Pasteur Institute. Students working in laboratories at the Pasteur Institute in Paris, France. Founded in 1887 and inaugurated in 1888, it was named after the French chemist and microbiologist Louis P

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Pasteur Institute, 19th century Wall Decal

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