Gomori, George

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Gomori,

George, Hungarian histochemist in the U.S., 1904-1957.
Gomori chrome alum hematoxylin-phloxine stain - a technique used to demonstrate cytoplasmic granules.
Gomori method for chromaffin
Gomori nonspecific alkaline phosphatase stain - for histological demonstration of enzymes.
Gomori one-step trichrome stain - a connective tissue stain.
Gomori silver impregnation stain - a reliable method for reticulin, as an aid in the diagnosis of neoplasm and early cirrhosis of the liver.
Grocott-Gomori methenamine-silver stain - a modification of Gomori methenamine-silver stain for fungi.
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10) A different proposal, raised by George Gomori in a survey of depictions of John Hunyadi in Renaissance England, suggested that the Admiral's play may have been a dramatic version of the Hunyadi story.
His 'commitment to truth and form was--quite literally--ultimate', writes the English poet Clive Wilmer and his Hungarian advisor and language informant George Gomori whose lifelong partnership has produced a remarkably accurate Radnoti translation.
George Gomori is a Retired Lecturer in Slavonic Studies, University of Cambridge and Emeritus Fellow of Darwin College.
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Tan solo para citar un punado de ellas: The Swan de Gudbergur Bergsson (traduccion del islandes al ingles de Bernard Scudder); Urwind de Bo Carpelan (traduccion de fines al ingles de David McDuff); The Colonnade of the Teeth: Modern Hungarian Poetry (edicion de George Gomori y George Szirtes); Through the Forest de Jaan Kaplinsky (traduccion del estonio al ingles de Hildi Hawkins).
1 George Gomori, 'Philip Sidney's Letter to Charles L'Ecluse in 1577', N&Q, ccxlii (1997), 29-30.
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Upon hearing that George Gomori has lived in England since 1956, someone remarked that Gomori was hardly Hungarian anymore.
In his twenty years of poetic output, George Gomori has produced flower songs, love poetry, portraits of historical personages, political ditties, monologues, and pastiches.