Paris, France 
Pierre passed away on 3 Nov 1933 in Hospital Pasteur, Paris, Île-de-France, France
I. Original Works. Roux wrote very little. His memoirs written with Pasteur before 1890 were published in the Comptes rendus hebdomadaires des séances de l’Académie des Sciences et de l’Academie de médecine. Several later papers (1904–1933) can also be found there. His most important investigations were presented in the Annales and the Bulletin de l’Institut Pasteur (until 1903). The most important are “Contribution à 1’étude de la diphtérie,” in Annales de l’Institut Pasteur, and “Trois cent cas de diphtérie traités par le serum antidiphtérique,” ibid.
II. Secondary Literature. Numerous studies have been devoted to Roux. A list of these is given in A. Delaunay, L’Institut Pasteur, des origines à aujourd’hui (Paris, 1962). Two biographies should also be mentioned: M. Cressac, Le docteur Roux, mon oncle (Paris, 1950); and E. Lagrange, Monsieur Roux (Brussels, 1954).
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