Szent-Györgyi, Albert

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Szent-Györgyi, Albert

A Cambridge-trained Hungarian physiologist (1893­–1986) who identified vitamin C in 1934, for which he won the Nobel Prize (1937).
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Fiftieth Anniversary Symposium of the Nobel-Prize of Albert Szent-Gyorgyi.
In 1990, he received the title of Extraordinary Professor from the Albert Szent-Gyorgyi Medical University in Szeged, and in 1997, the University Medical School in Pecs nominated him as appointed professor.
Free Radical: Albert Szent-Gyorgyi and The Battle over Vitamin C By Ralph W.
I first saw Professor Albert Szent-Gyorgyi in action in 1945 just after he had taken over the newly created chair of biochemistry at the medical school in Budapest.
has been awarded the 4th Annual Albert Szent-Gyorgyi Prize for Progress in Cancer Research.
2-08 / 2-2009-0008-application of code of Albert Szent-Gyorgyi Clinical Center for the supply, delivery and installation of medical technology, machine tools and items of equipment.
Alexander Gurwitsch showed photonic interactions and, with other researchers such as Herbert Frolich, Fritz-Albert Popp, Guenter Albrecht-Buehler, Mae-Won Ho, Albert Szent-Gyorgyi, Ilya Priogogine, Albert Einstein, and Oschman, put into perspective how the neurobiological application of the Erchonia laser works.
The 4(th) Annual Albert Szent-Gyorgyi Prize for Progress in Cancer Research provides a $25,000 cash prize, awarded to a distinguished individual who has demonstrated significant advancement in the field of cancer research, specifically through basic cancer research.
Case-level internal patient transport trolley and related logistics services and ordered a contract between the Department of operational Albert Szent-Gyorgyi Clinical Center patient care units of different sites.
Avemar was developed by Hungarian researcher Albert Szent-Gyorgyi, who was awarded a Nobel Prize in medicine for his discovery of ascorbic acid (vitamin C) in 1937.
has been awarded the 3rd Annual Albert Szent-Gyorgyi Prize for Progress in Cancer Research.
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