Glenner

Glen·ner

(glen'ĕr),
George B., 20th-century U.S. pathologist and histologist. See: Glenner-Lillie stain for pituitary.
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In 1980, Glenner (4,5) described a tiered clinicopathologic classification based on (1) the type of protein in the deposit, (2) the precursor protein from which the abnormal protein arises, and (3) the clinical disease process as described by Symmers (3) (e.
Then nothing happened until 1971 at the clinical meetings in Atlantic City when George Glenner described three patients with primary amyloidosis in whom he had isolated amyloid fibrils and then sequenced the amino acids in the fibrils.
9) According to Glenner (10), by the time AD is diagnosed, most patients already have a 50% reduction in life expectancy.
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Moller OS, Olesen J, Avenant-Oldewage A, Thomsen PF, Glenner H.
In Glenner GG, Osserman EF, Benditt EP, Calkins E, Cohen AS, Zucker-Franklin D, eds.
Under the Glenner and Grimley classification, (5) these paraganglia may qualify as the viscero-autonomic type, a group of poorly defined paraganglia that occur in association with visceral organs or blood vessels.
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