Dische

Dische

(dish),
Zacharias, 20th-century Austrian-U.S. biochemist, 1895-1988. See: Dische reaction, Dische reagent, Dische-Schwarz reagent.
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Saunders M, Dische S, Barrett A, Harvey A, Griffiths G, Palmar M.
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.
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.
Outsiders, Foreigners, and Aliens in Cinematic or Literary Narratives by Bohm, Dische, Dorrie, and Oren.
Dische FE, Weston MJ, Parsons V: Abnormally thin glomerular basement membranes associated with hematuria, proteinuria or renal failure.
Seven chapters establish the chronological development of this literary discourse, opening with an outline of the striking similarities between the literature of the former two Germanies: their common negative view of national identity in the postwar period, the equally common lack of ideological specificity, and the frequently noticed convergence in the 1970s and 1980s, as well as the early ideas on German dis/unity exemplified primarily by Peter Schneider, Martin Walser, Botho Strauss, or Irene Dische.
Emily Dische, another journalist working for Menassat, also expressed her disappointment at the closure especially since they were reportedly working on launching a new website with more articles and contributors.
Electron microscopy prints (made at a final magnification of X12 000 in the study of Dische (27)) are then overlaid with a clear plastic 4-[cm.
Rugg T, Saunders MI, Dische S: Smoking and mucosal reactions to radiotherapy.
It is obvious that Dische knows that there are few red lights.