L'Aspirine en France: un affrontement franco-allemand

Abstract : In 1855, the French chemist Gerhardt discovered acetylsalicylic acid, from 1899 Bayer marketed under the brand name Aspirin. It is commonly accepted that Bayer will be dispossessed of his rights as a result of the Treaty of Versailles, it is not, taking advantage of the state of war some powers such as France will decide unilaterally that the name Aspirin is a generic name . Bayer will not accept this situation, which will not find its epilogue until the end of the 20th century.
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Andre Frogerais. L'Aspirine en France: un affrontement franco-allemand. L'Aspirine en France, un affrontement franco-allemand, Sep 2012, Lyon, France. ⟨hal-00848459v5⟩

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