Guérin Gué·rin (gā-rān', -rāɴ'), Camille. 1872-1961.
French bacteriologist. With Albert Calmette he developed (c. 1921) the Bacillus Calmette-Guérin vaccine for immunization against tuberculosis.
At last he managed to study under guérin, and in the studio of the master became the friend of Géricault.
It's one Léonard, widow of one guérin, who lives at Fourche.
He was born at Rouen, and studied first under guérin and then in Rome.
Déroulède and guérin are both in banishment at this moment for overt acts against the state.
guérin took the whole in two hours, the symptoms commenced in four hours; the lips were very pale, the gums blue.