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Flor·ey

(flōr'ē),
Howard W., Australian-British pathologist and Nobel laureate, 1898-1968. See: Florey unit.
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Florey Primary ran a series of professional learning sessions in which we:
Penicillin became known as the original wonder drug and Fleming, Chain and Florey were awarded the Nobel Prize for Medicine in 1945.
5) Florey notes the similarity between this and the
It featured in Painted in Blood when Barnaby's wife Joyce found a dead woman while painting water colours with a group of other painters in Midsomer Florey.
This title is not just about the work of Fleming, Florey and the others but looks at the effect the discovery has had on modern medicine and health.
We're treated to a smorgasbord of his male conquests, including a steady series of fuck-buddies such as Paul Ivano, Andre Draven, Robert Florey, and Frank Menillo.
Florey (1) and his team introduced tube dilution antimicrobial susceptibility testing technique.
Using a tiny silicon chip, the Howard Florey Institute created a genetic test that costs $500 and tests for up to 17 genes that are suspected to be linked to Parkinson's.
Our earlier field trips had also taken us to the Cambridge History Faculty Library and the leaking, languishing Florey Building in Oxford).
In the late 1930s, Howard Florey and Ernest Chain at Oxford University, England, were studying potential bactericidal compounds and first confirmed the inhibitory activity of penicillin on bacterial cultures.
Too bad Florey didn't notice that Emily's three words anagram to Mead got bride; however, she does give credit to the Word Ways website in her acknowledgements