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Bruns

(brūnz),
Ludwig von, German neurologist, 1858-1916. See: Bruns ataxia, Bruns nystagmus.

Brunner syndrome

A form of X-linked, non-dysmorphic, mild mental retardation (OMIM:300615), in which affected males have borderline mental retardation and abnormal behaviour, including poor impulse control. Female carriers have normal intelligence and behaviour.

Molecular pathology
Caused by defects of MAOA, which encodes a mitochondrial enzyme that catalyses the oxidative deamination of biogenic (e.g., dopamine, norepinephrine, serotonin and other neurotransmitters) and xenobiotic amines.
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Arak Brun, however, maintained their production, as they managed to survive the country's darkest days.
The chapter on the Gobelins manufactory, over which Le Brun presided with great enthusiasm, would have gained especially from the inclusion and immediate juxtaposition of a battle scene from The History of Alexander the Great (begun in 1662) with one from The History of the King (1665-79).
On one occasion Vigee Le Brun unexpectedly missed an appointment for a sitting; pregnant at the time, she felt too ill to make the trip to Versailles.
In the interview, Brun addressed for the first time Hizbullah's reaction to the reported Israeli strikes in recent years in Syria and Lebanon.
In the catalogue accompanying the first major retrospective exhibition of the work of women artists active between the years 1550-1950, Ann S Harris has referred to Vigee Le Brun as the most celebrated woman painter of the second half of the eighteenth century.
Organized around the conceit of a family looking through a portfolio of Le Bruns expressions, George Brewer's The juvenile Lavater, or, A familiar explanation of the Passions of Le Brun reproduces the finished heads, now used to illustrate the exemplary feelings, good and bad, featured in the text's moralizing tales.
The response of the world on this issue reflects the same trend of limited influence and a predisposition not to intervene," said Brun, as translated by Haaretz.
At age seventeen, Friederike married Constantin Brun (1746-1836), a Danish consul and businessman, with whom she soon traveled to St.
Before joining ECO Business-Immobilien, Brun had held a position at Strategic Value Partners (Deutschland) Gmbh as a director of real estate investments.
The San Antonio-based percussionist/bandleader/radio DJ Henry Brun pays tribute to the music of jazz great Duke Ellington on this new recording, revealing the talents of his Latin Playerz: Travis Davis (piano), Rafael Petiton (bass), Gabriel Pintor (saxophones) and Judi de Leon (vocals), under the musical direction of trumpeter Adrian Ruiz.
Here, I stayed at the guest-house of Champagne Roger Brun which, although a little spartan, was more than recompensed by the generous host, Philippe Brun.
Writing for students with basic knowledge in thermodynamics, statistical physics, and fluid mechanics, Brun (director of research, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique) presents an introduction to the analysis of the coupling and interaction between chemical phenomena and aerodynamic processes of gases.