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Ludwig von, German neurologist, 1858-1916. See: Bruns ataxia, Bruns nystagmus.

Brunner syndrome

A form of X-linked, non-dysmorphic, mild mental retardation (OMIM:300615), in which affected males have borderline mental retardation and abnormal behaviour, including poor impulse control. Female carriers have normal intelligence and behaviour.

Molecular pathology
Caused by defects of MAOA, which encodes a mitochondrial enzyme that catalyses the oxidative deamination of biogenic (e.g., dopamine, norepinephrine, serotonin and other neurotransmitters) and xenobiotic amines.
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But fixing the entire list would be costly and time-consuming because Social Security needs proof that a person is dead to add them to the death list, said Brune, the agency official.
He and Brune soon began competing in prestigious competitions, including Moot Corp at the University of Texas, and won a total of $50,000 in prize money.
Brune headed for the computing center at Northwestern University, where he worked to convert his handwritten code sheets into punch cards using a specialized keyboard--all to analyze his data.
Brune, professor of clinical pharmacology at the University of Erlangen (Germany).
Ted Rotante, an executive at the real estate services firm First Service Williams who represents Brune & Richard, said that Swig's situation was of concern to the law firm and had influenced its decision to hold off on a long-term deal.
Brune tightly chooses not to focus on individual lifestyle choices, such as changing lightbulbs or buying a hybrid car.
Moreover, we found that patients with the lowest level of nonverbal expressivity performed more poorly on a test that tapped into the comprehension of others' minds than patients whose nonverbal expressivity during interviews was within the range of healthy controls," said Brune.
Where Krupp is taken with savants, Brune is all about ordinary folks.
As the recent books relating to Kokoda are broadly similar and deal with comparable events, an assessment was made of Ham, FitzSimons and Brune of their separate treatment of two incidents--the battle of Brigade Hill, and the Japanese order to retreat from Ioribaiwa.
In the letter, the headline of which is "Gas guzzling is un-American," RAN said Brune reminds Ford that more than 50 percent of America's oil supply currently comes from conflict regions and that more than 100 million Americans currently live in cities that exceed federal health guidelines for air quality.
In the Michigan experiments, which took place within equipment mounted on a tower about 10 meters above 20-m-high treetops, Brune and his colleagues found that the concentration of hydroxyl radicals added to air samples during the experiments dropped much faster than the team could account for by the measured concentrations of 42 known VOCs and other atmospheric gases.