Palade

Pa·lade

(pă-lād'),
George E., 20th-century Romanian-born U.S. cell biologist and Nobel laureate. See: Palade granule, Weibel-Palade bodies.
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Palade, shared the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for contributions to the field of cytology, or cellular biology.
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Palade (1912-2008), the founder of this series and considered by many to be the father of cell biology.
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Apkarian, who at one time worked as an electron microscope technician for renowned Yale University Nobel Prize-winner George Palade, pioneered methodologies that are considered essential in the field of electron microscopy.
of Chile) and Palade (computing laboratory, Oxford U.
Vinetz, University of California San Diego School of Medicine, 950(I Gilman Dr, 0741 Palade Labs, Rm 125, La Jolla, CA 92093-0741, USA; email: jvinetz@ucsd.
George Palade, MD, co-recipient of the 1974 Nobel Prize in Medicine for the discoveries concerning the structural and functional organization of the cell.
The An-28 had been flying for 30 minutes when it crashed on Friday evening in the village of Palade - just a few kilometres short of its destination of Kardla.
The authors thank Dr Liviu Iulian Palade (Institut Camille Jordan, Universite de Lyon) and Dr Ronnie Knik-ker (CETHIL UMR 5008, Universite de Lyon) for useful comments.
The headquarters of the cooperative was in 12 Palade Street, Dragasani.