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Doi·sy

(dwah'sē),
Edward A., U.S. biochemist and Nobel laureate, 1893-1986. See: Allen-Doisy test, Allen-Doisy unit.
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French professor Alexandre Doisy will perform music by the Swiss composer Frank Martin, Latvian saxophonist Katrina Kivliniece will perform Gederts Ramans' Saxophone Concerto, which once was performed by the legendary Alnis Zakis, and Docent Arvidas Kazlauskas, who was born in Vilnius, but teaches at the Latvian Academy of Music, will perform a premiere of an opus by Juste Janulyte.
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Long before, in 1941, Dumas already had created, under his penname Jije, together with the author Jean Doisy the Detectiv series Jean Valhardi, with a protagonist decisively influencing not only the future works of fellow artists but also shaping his own narrative techniques.
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Saint Louis University faculty and students * from the School of Medicine, School of Nursing, Doisy College of Health Sciences, School of Public Health, College of Arts and Sciences, Public Policy, and the University's Interprofessional Education Program
In 2005, the Medical Center Library at Saint Louis University launched a library liaison program that matched reference librarian subject specialists with users in the Saint Louis University School of Medicine, School of Nursing, Doisy College of Health Sciences, and School of Public Health, as well as the Saint Louis University Center for Advanced Dental Education and Center for Health Care Ethics.
Koch and Heim used a version of an in vivo assay with castrated female infant rodents, developed by the Nobel laureate Edward Doisy (the Allen-Doisy test), which has been used for many years to define estrogenic substances.
Doisy (1893-1986) and Michael Somogyi discovered the isoelectric precipitation method in the fall of 1922 and reported it in December 1922 (49).
Indeed, the methods of Antoine Marcel Lemoine (17) and Charles Doisy (18) include illustrations demonstrating how to restring guitars constructed to carry five courses with the new configuration of five single strings.
According to news stories, Wayne Eagleboy, nee Doisy, changed his name to the more lyrical "Eagleboy" in 1969.
In 1929 the American biochemist Edward Adelbert Doisy (1893-1986) and, working independently, the German chemist Adolf Friedrich Butenandt (b.