(Löffler), Friedrich A.J., German bacteriologist and surgeon, 1852-1915.
Klebs-Loeffler bacillus - see under Klebs
Loeffler bacillus - a species that causes diphtheria. Synonym(s): Corynebacterium diphtheriae
Loeffler blood culture medium - a culture medium for the isolation of Corynebacterium diphtheriae.
Loeffler caustic stain - a stain for flagella, utilizing an aqueous solution of tannin and ferrous sulfate with the addition of an alcoholic fuchsin stain.
Loeffler methylene blue - a stain for diphtheria organisms.
Loeffler stain - a stain for flagella.
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Writing in The Conversation, Glasgow Caledonian University's (GCU) Professor Gunter Loffler and Dr Gael Gordon explore the brain's ability to incorporate its low resolution input from the periphery of our visual field.
Indeed, it has been argued that NGOs have traditionally "co-produced" much of their "public value," relying on volunteers to contribute their time and energy (Bovaird and Loffler 2012).
Luddeke F, Hess S, Gallert C, Winter J, Glide H, Loffler H.
Riecher-Rossler A, Hafner H, Dutsch-Strobel A, Oster M, Stumbaum M, van Gulick-Bailer M, Loffler W Further evidence for a specific role of estradiol in schizophrenia?
We are excited to recognize these three outstanding companies, Loffler added.
1] Clemens Spahr and Philipp Loffler have recently characterized literature as a "laboratory to fathom the possibilities and limits of conceptions of collectivity.
Gunter Loffler, a professor of finance at Ulm University in Germany, has studied the correlation between skyscraper construction and stock market returns from 1871 to 2009.
Front row: J Brook, P Girdlestone, J Smith, R Loffler, R Giles, D Booth (manager), D Chappell, and (below) manager David Booth is presented with the new shirts by David Burns of gapinsurance.
In Volkskultur und Moderne: Europaische Ethnologie zur Jahrtausendwende, edited by Olaf Bockhorn, Bernhard Fuchs, Reinhard Johler, Gertraud Liesenfeld, Klara Loffler, Herbert Nikitsch and Bernhard Tschofen, 253-268.
While in BWV 202 Martina Jankova is splendidly consonant with the affectionately playing oboist Xenia Loffler, in the opening aria of BWV 82a her objectivising tragicality is sensitively responded to by the flautist Julie Brana.