Dische

Dische

(dish),
Zacharias, 20th-century Austrian-U.S. biochemist, 1895-1988. See: Dische reaction, Dische reagent, Dische-Schwarz reagent.
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Wilson GD, Saunders MI, Dische S, Richman PI, Daley FM, Bentzen SM.
The total soluble sugars were determined by the anthrone method, as described by Dische (1962), and the results were expressed in g per 100 g of rind or pulp.
Drie Afro-Westin dische vrouwen in achttiende-eeuws Amsterdam.
Alem das caracteristicas citadas acima, tambem se analisaram: acucares soluveis totais (AST), segundo metodologia proposta por DISCHE (1962) e resultados expressos em g de glicose por 100g de tecido, e pectina total (PT) e soluvel (PS), determinadas por espectrofotometro, a 520nm, segundo BLUMENKRANTZ & ASBOE-HANSEN (1973), sendo os resultados expressos em mg de acido galacturonico por 100g de polpa.
leprae glycolipid I did contain 6-deoxyhexoses according to the classical Dische & Shettles (20) colorimetric assay.
Before their son's death, he and Gesa were already planning to separate, he says; now he is planning to marry the novelist Irene Dische.
Outsiders, Foreigners, and Aliens in Cinematic or Literary Narratives by Bohm, Dische, Dorrie, and Oren.
En-gendering Bodies of Memory: Tracing the Genealogy of Identity in the Work of Esther Dischereit, Barbara Honigmann, and Irene Dische.
Apart from hisguitars, Ian's treasured possession in his favourite room is a gold dische received for a songhe co-wrote for the band, Sky.