Lynen

Ly·nen

(lē′nən, lü′-), Feodor 1911-1979.
German biochemist. He shared a 1964 Nobel Prize for research on cholesterol and fatty acid metabolism.
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Address correspondence to this author at: BioVisioN AG, Feodor Lynen Strasse 5, 30625 Hannover, Germany.
Nijhof AM, Penzhorn BL, Lynen G, Mollel JO, Morkel P, Bekker CP, et al.
Legler TJ, Fischer I, Dittmann J, Samson G, Lynen R, Humpe A, et al.
From Cambodia: Mao Tan Eang, Mean Chi Vun, Nong Kanara, Chheng Phalkun, Sopheak Thai, Pe Reaksmey, Lutgarde Lynen, Borann Sar, Sophanna Song, Poda Sar, Chhum Vannarith, and staff of the Banteay Meanchey Provincial Health Department; Ngek Bunchhup and staff of the Battambang Provincial Health Department; and staff of the Sereysophon Referral Hospital, Mongkul Borey Referral Hospital, Battambang Referral Hospital, and Sihanouk Hospital Center of Hope.
While a postdoctoral researcher with the Max-Planck Institute for Quantum Optics in Garching, Germany, Professor Vuletic accepted a Lynen Fellowship at Stanford University in 1997.
A note of my maister his wearing Lynen taken the 10 of Iune 1621.
Elysium offers our Autodesk Inventor customers powerful new possibilities for data exchange," said Wolfgang Lynen of Autodesk Europe.
Jan Clerinx, * Alfons van Gompel, * Lut Lynen, * and Berten Ceulemans ([dagger])
His frequent lectures at scientific universities and conferences have included the Feodor Lynen Lecture at the Mosbacher Colloquium, and the keynote address at the French Developmental Biology Society.
Amanda Lynen recently graduated from American University with a degree in Public Health.
In another case of 'watch this space', Simon Lynen from Google's Project Tango described how he and his team had been using robotics research to create mobile technology that had a "human scale understanding of space and motion".