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Rev Hist Pharm (Paris). 2005 Jan;53(346):221-34.

[The Derosne, Parisian pharmacists from 1779 to 1855].

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The pharmacy of the 115 Saint Honoré street was successively kept by François, by his two sons Jean-François and Louis-Charles, and by the son-in-law of the elder, François-Bernard who took the Bernard-Derosne family name. The two brothers made many chemical studies, among which the "essential salt" of the opium extract, and the sugar purification. Louis-Charles had many industrial activities, in Chaillot, where he made vapor engines. The two brothers were members of the Académie Royale de Médecine, and Jean-François was twice the President of the Société de Pharmacie de Paris.

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