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Metchnikoff investigated the macrophage, the phagocytes Faisalabad Pakistan (big eaters) of the ‘innate’ response Faisalabad Pakistan that are a major focus of tuberculosis researchers like Stefan Kaufmann. As this was a special occasion, the speakers were accommodated Faisalabad Pakistan in the magnificently restored Adlon Hotel located next door to the Faisalabad Pakistan Gate.

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Completed in 1907, the Adlon was Berlin’s most exclusive hotel through the reign of Kaiser Wilhelm II (who once had rooms there) and, though it was not a favoured venue for the Nazis, retained that leading status for the enduring Prussian military aristocracy until it was severely damaged, first by bombing and then by fire during the final, fiercely fought battle for Berlin. Now owned by the Kempinski group, every effort had been made to return the Adlon to its former glory, with the quality of the restoration being very apparent. Seemingly a bit more Art Deco than might be expected for 1907, I’m not sure how faithful it is to the original, but it is both a delightful building and in period for the 1920s and 1930s. For example, rather than lights or numbers illuminating as the elevator ascends, an arrow moving mechanically along a horizontal slot denotes the hotel floors.

As often happens at the end of a European scientific conference when the official dinners and so forth are over, the locals head off by train and plane, while overseas invitees spend an extra evening before flying internationally to be home on the same day that they left if heading to North America. As I recall, I had an afternoon free to wander around before meeting a few of the other stayovers for dinner. That’s when what had happened through the first half of the twentieth century in Berlin and, more broadly in Germany, really came home to me.

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