Gierke, Edgar von

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Edgar von, German pathologist, 1877-1945.
Fibiger-Debré-von Gierke syndrome - Synonym(s): Debré-Fibiger syndrome
Gierke disease - glycogenosis due to glucose 6-phosphatase deficiency, resulting in accumulation of excessive amounts of glycogen of normal chemical structure, particularly in liver and kidney. Synonym(s): type 1 glycogenosis; von Gierke disease; von Gierke syndrome
von Gierke disease - Synonym(s): Gierke disease
von Gierke syndrome - Synonym(s): Gierke disease
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A pioneer in studying the effects of noise, vibration, and shock on the health of pilots, astronauts and ordinary people, von Gierke helped set national and international standards for the control of noise pollution.
Born 22 May 1917 to a family of distinguished scientists in Karlsruhe, Germany, von Gierke served in the German army during World War II.
A project engineer, section chief, and branch chief of the Aerospace Medical Research Laboratory at Wright Patterson Air Force Base (19471956), von Gierke continued his study of physical and physiological acoustics as well as initiated new projects in aerospace medicine and biophysics.
Gerhart von Gierke started the two most successful fusion concepts in the IPP, the stellarator and the tokamak.
Gerhart von Gierke served on many research committees.
Riehl and Otto von Gierke to Hugo Preuss and his draft version of the Weimar constitution.
As mentioned above, the modern resurgence of interest in Althusius began with the nineteenth-century German jurist and historian Otto von Gierke.
Otto Friedrich von Gierke taught law at the universities of Berlin, Breslau, and Heidelberg throughout his long and distinguished career.
The latter of these two traditions was represented by the German historian and legal theorist Otto von Gierke (1841-1921).
The parallels between von Gierke and Kuyper are striking.
At a certain level, as noted earlier in the case of Otto von Gierke, Kuyper's vision cannot be easily distinguished from mainstream pluralist thought and, indeed, from certain aspects of current Third Way thinking, which seeks to limit the role of the State.
Diseases: Metabolic disease, lysosomal storage disorders, mucopolysaccharidoses, Hurler-Scheie disorder, Hunters syndrome, Morquios syndrome, Sanfi lippos syndrome, Slys syndrome, Maroteaux-Lamy syndrome, sphingolipidoses, metachromatic leukodystrophy, Tay-Sachs disease, Krabbes disease, Wolmans disease, cholesteryl ester storage disease, Gauchers disease, Fabrys disease, Niemann-Pick disease, glycogen storage disorders, Pompes disease, von Gierkes disease, Andersens disease, McArdles disease, Coris disease, Hers disease, Taruis disease, Fanconi-