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(är′bər), Werner Born 1929.
Swiss microbiologist. He shared a 1978 Nobel Prize for the discovery of restriction enzymes, an important step in the development of genetic engineering.
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The objective of the present study was to investigate the immune response and antioxidant status of four commercial broiler strains (Ross, Hubbard, Cobb and Arber Acres) reared in thermo neutral (TN) and high ambient temperature (HAT).
Front, from left, are secretary Ann Roe, treasurer Judith Arber, Robert | Pickles of English Heritage, chairman Doug Moore and director Peter Carmichael celebrating in front of the historic Priory with other volunteers
The Football Association declined to comment but, if Arber had bet on the arrival of 24-year-old Ozil, he is likely to have broken terms highlighted in the FA's guide to betting rules.
After Denis Behan hit the woodwork, Gary Liddle's shot went in off Arber to earn Pool a share of the spoils.
DAGENHAM captain MARK ARBER has backed his side to make the grade in League One after they achieved promotion in the play-off final at Wembley.
In emerging markets, phone manufacturers and operators need to bring Internet access and Internet services to cheaper devices, which is what it looks like Nokia wants to do, Arber said.
Nadir Arber of Tel Aviv Medical Center, Israel, at the annual Digestive Disease Week.
Vangjel was born in Korce, Albania on October 6, 1926; he is survived by two sons: Kristaq Dhamko and his wife Aleksandra, and Petrika Dhamko; one daughter, Arjana Sterjo; five grandchildren: Antonela & Erion Dhamko, Viola, Johan, and Arber Sterjo; one great-grandson, Andrew Dhamko; one brother, Thanas Dhamko; as well as many relatives and friends.
Ward manager Martin Arber, who was not on duty the day of the incident, was asked by Leslie Thomas, representing Mr Howard's family: "I suggest that you seriously failed in your duty towards Mr Howard, didn't you?
John McKinlay, Carol Link, Sara Arber, Lisa Marceau, Amy O'Donnell, and Ann Adams.
Nadir Arber of the Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center and colleagues identified 1,561 adults who had undergone polypectomy at 107 sites in 32 countries; the median age of the participants was 61 years.
Celecoxib reduced the recurrence of the polyps most dramatically in people whose initial colonoscopies had revealed numerous or large polyps, says gastroenterologist Nadir Arber of the Tel-Aviv Sourasky Medical Center, who presented one of the studies.