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(wăks′mən), Selman Abraham 1888-1973.
Russian-born American microbiologist. He won a 1952 Nobel Prize for discovering the antibiotic streptomycin.
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Prior to signing with REVEAL, Waksman played key production roles with Major League Baseball and the National Hockey League where Gary was the creative force behind access-based, character-driven content for various formats.
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Schatz had made the discovery and performed the initial tests against TB, but Waksman alone received the credit.
It was very useful, with material that I haven't found anywhere else,"' Waksman said Tuesday.
For the second straight month we're seeing the largest hedge fund losses since the 2008 meltdown," said Sol Waksman, the Founder and President of BarclayHedge.
Participants included His Honour Judge Waksman QC, who is currently involved in the Manchester concurrent evidence pilot scheme, and His Honour Judge Grant from the Birmingham Technology and Construction Court, as well as two leading barristers from St Philips and No5 Chambers and forensic experts from BDO.
Recent inflows might owe in part to excellent relative performance," says Sol Waksman, founder and President of BarclayHedge.
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Perilous crosscurrents wrought by devastation in Japan, unrest in the Middle East, and higher headline inflation generated turmoil in futures markets," says Sol Waksman, founder and president of BarclayHedge.
Sitting at London's High Court, Judge Waksman said that although he felt "considerable sympathy" for Mr Condliff, who became obese after taking drugs to treat long-term diabetes, he had to reject his application.
The bottom line is this is not just because this population is sicker or less compliant, but there is something else there that needs to be explored," said Ron Waksman, M.