Virchow


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Process innovation, as Reddy's Virchow has shown, is the way out, but only a handful of bulk drug makers have been able to succeed at it so far.
Emergence of extended-spectrum-beta-lactamase (CTXM9)-producing multiresistant strains of Salmonella enterica serotype Virchow in poultry and humans in France.
The 32-bit microcontroller is much more powerful than the earlier 16-bit processors we worked with and has allowed us to incorporate all the features that we wanted to," said Florian Virchow, managing director of the Celle, Germany-based Motortech.
In this same article, Virchow describes how the "wild Eskimo" Paingo apparently goes insane while Virchow is measuring her.
Virchow was one of the great pathologists of the nineteenth century, most notably contributing to the understanding of disease at the cellular level.
The 1856 original summarized the effects of thrombosis, not its cause, and they recognize that the "modern" triad is "not what Virchow originally described," but they conclude "After 150 years, it turns out that Virchow's original triad and its modern interpretation may be one and the same.
Third-tier firms include Crowe Group, BKD, Plante & Moran, Moss Adams, Clifton Gunderson, Virchow Krause, J.
However, there is more to it than mete source-hunting: as Rudolf Virchow did in Berlin, Pettenkofer and others made Munich one of the centres of social medicine and epidemiology.
The word "Kulturkampf" (war against Catholics to preserve German culture) was coined by Virchow, a Jewish member of Bismarck's party in the Reichstag.
Beginning with the scientific writings of Rudolf Virchow and Robert Koch, Otis presents a clear overview of nineteenth-century cell and germ theory.
Also a bluntly outspoken member of the German parliament, Virchow was once challenged to a duel by the dictatorial Otto von Bismarck, Prussia's famed "Iron Chancellor.