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The famous English physician Edward Jenner who formulated the vaccine to eradicate small pox coined the term virus.
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The English physician Edward Jenner (1749-1823), founder of virology and a pioneer in vaccination, first coined the word "virus." Using one virus to immunize against another one was precisely the strategy Jenner used when he inoculated someone with cowpox (a disease that attacks cows) to make them immune to smallpox. This procedure is called vaccination, from the word vaccine (the Latin name for cowpox). Vaccines are usually a very mild dose of the disease-causing bacteria or virus (weakened or
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Beijerinck coined the Latin name "VIRUS".
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its wrong
No he had only first coined the term and then Jenner's started to make an antidote like Fantas di has answered.
its correct