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(bĕn-ăs′ər-əf), Baruj Born 1920.
Venezuelan-born American immunologist. He shared a 1980 Nobel Prize for discoveries concerning cell structure that enhanced understanding of the immunological system, resulting in higher success rates in organ transplantation.
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Oftentimes, children are coming after years of separation from their parents,' added Benacerraf.
La primera, titulada "Textos principales", desarrolla la propuesta central de la obra acerca de la naturaleza del espacio logico y muestra como usar la herramienta resultante para ofrecer una semantica completa de la aritmetica y su extension a la teoria de conjuntos, asi como responder al dilema de Benacerraf.
No es posible siquiera listar los titulos de todos los textos, pero ya los rotulos de las seis partes expresan bien el foco de los intereses intelectuales de Hilary Putnam en estos ultimos anos, que entroncan particularmente bien con sus origenes intelectuales: "Mirando mas de sesenta anos hacia atras, continuo atesorando mis conversaciones (que empezaron en 1953) con Paul Benacerraf y Rudolf Carnap, y antes de esto, con Hans Reichenbach como mi Doktorvater.
Greene MF, Hare JW, Cloherty JP, Benacerraf BR, Soeldner JS.
Bajo la direccion de Margot Benacerraf surgio la Cinemateca Nacional.
82) Princeton's last seven provosts have been Neil Rudenstine (1977-1987), Paul Benacerraf (1988-1991), Hugo Sonnenschein (1991-1993), Stephen Goldfeld (1993-1995), Jeremiah Ostriker (1995-2001), Amy Guttmann (2001-2004), and Christopher Eisgruber (2004-present), and all were of Jewish ancestry.
Diamond Castle representatives Ari Benacerraf and Lee Wright will join the Multi-Color board of directors upon closing of the transaction.
Friedman AJ, Harrison-Atlas D, Barbieri RL, Benacerraf B, Gleason R, Schiff I.
Baruj Benacerraf, the Nobel Prize-winning immunologistrejected from every medical school he applied to in the 1940s and finally admitted to the Medical College of Virginia as one of three Jewish (and two Hispanic) students in a class of 80who died August 2 at the age of 90.