(born 1914) is a French
scientist of Russian
Anatole Andrejew was born in St. Petersburg. After the October revolution of 1917 he left Russia with his parents for Lithuania, first for Kaunas and after two years to Wilno, then in Poland. After passing his baccalaureate exams at the gymnasium in Wilno, he left Poland in July 1932 for Paris, where he studied biochemistry.
After the studies, he worked at the Pasteur Institute, where he specialized in the research of the tuberculosis. In 1953 Anatole Andrejew published with an American scientist William F. Drea "The metabolism of the tubercle bacillus ".
Now retired, he divides his time between Paris and Honfleur in Normandy, with painting as his main pastime. His works were several times exhibited and Anatole Andrejew received numerous awards for the amateur painters. His style is post impressionist. He paints mostly views of French cities and landscapes.
- Andrejew A., Drea, William F. The metabolism of the tubercle bacillus, 1953, Charles C. Thomas Publisher Ltd., Springfield, IL, USA
- Andrejew A., Gernez-Rieux C., Tacquet A. Activité catalasique des Mycobactéries. Ann. Inst. Pasteur, Paris. 1956 Nov.
- Andrejew A., Gernez-Rieux C., Tacquet A. Action de l'INH et de la D-cyclosérine sur la peroxydase purifiée et sur l'activité peroxydasique des bacilles tuberculeux Ann. Inst. Pasteur, Paris. 1959 Feb.
- Andrejew A., Gernez-Rieux C., Tacquet A. Inhibition de peroxydase par l’hydrazine de l’acide isonicotinique (INH) et destruction de l’INH par la peroxydase. Bull Soc. Chim. Biol. (Paris) 41:1047, 1959
- Andrejew A., Gernez-Rieux C., Tacquet A. Attempts at differentiation of mycobacteria sensitive and resistant to INH by the aid of quantitative and qualitative tests of peroxidase activity. Discussion of technical problems. Ann. Inst. Pasteur, Paris. 1960 Dec.
- Andrejew A., Renard A. Essai de séparation des activités catalasique et peroxydasique chez les Mycobactéries. Ann. Inst. Pasteur, Paris. 1968 Jul.
- Amateur paintings by Anatole Andrejew