Danysz

Da·nysz

(dah'nish),
Jan, Polish pathologist in France, 1860-1928. See: Danysz phenomenon.
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Rylander D, Recchia A, Mela F, Dekundy A, Danysz W, Cenci MA.
Danysz, "Effect of the Aft aggregation modulator MRZ-99030 on retinal damage in an animal model of glaucoma," Neurotoxicity Research, vol.
Glutamatergic dysfunction is implicated in the pathogenesis of ischemic stroke and DAT (Cacabelos 1999, Danysz 1999).
Danysz W, Parsons C, Mobius HJ, Stoffler A, Quack G.
Danysz, lisina negativa, principio activo de un producto comercial usado para el control biologico de roedores, a fin de evaluar su inocuidad en pollos parrilleros.
The Salmonella enterica, serotipe Enteritidis, var Danysz, negative lysine is used as a component in a product for biological control of rodents.
Danysz (of the Ratin strain) was recovered from Ratin by the Danish Veterinary Laboratory in the 1920s or early 1930s.
Observation on Salmonella Enteritidis var Danysz and Salmonella Enteritidis vai Chaco in cases of disease in man.
Reitzel (Santo Domingo), Magda Danysz (Paris) and The Leisure Club Mogadishni (Copenhagen), will show provocative new work alongside returnees including Finesilver Gallery (San Antonio), Espai 292 (Barcelona), Priska C.
However, access to national urban and rural markets and the international market has been controlled by the modern medical sector (Frankenburg and Leeson, 1975: 16; Benoist, 1975: 41-60; Bryant: 1-19; Danysz, 1975; Kitundu; Moussi, 1965).
In 1952, however, two Polish physicists, Marian Danysz and Jerzy Pniewski, discovered another intermediate-sized particle.
Danysz, "A new automated method to assess the rat recognition memory: validation of the method," Behavioural Brain Research, vol.