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Albert, German neurologist, 1840-1917. See: Eulenburg disease.
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Eulenburg was the first to describe PC in 1886 when he investigated a German family with a syndrome showing episodic muscle cramps and paralysis profoundly exacerbated by cold and exercise (2).
"Our results point to prolonged changes in the pattern of cerebrospinal fluid circulation over a period of at least seven months following the return to Earth," commented Prof Peter Zu Eulenburg from the LMU.
Eulenburg et al., "Impaired GABAergic transmission and altered hippocampal synaptic plasticity in collybistin-deficient mice," The EMBO Journal, vol.
(13.) Nigel Wilkins, ed., The Writings of Erik Satie (London: Eulenburg Books, 1980), 20-21.
Zu Eulenburg et al., "Individually optimized hemodynamic therapy reduces complications and length of stay in the intensive care unit: a prospective, randomized controlled trial," Anesthesiology, vol.
On the transnational dimensions of the Harden-Moltke-Eulenburg scandals, see Norman Dormeier, The Eulenburg Affair: A Cultural History of Politics in the German Empire, trans.
(59.) Woelber L, Jung S, Eulenburg C, Mueller V, Schwarz J, Jaenicke F, et al.
Having witnessed the Franco-Russian demonstration, the influential diplomat Friedrich von Holstein told the Kaiser's close friend Philipp zu Eulenburg that the international fleet review would probably cause more damage than anything else.
O conceito e o termo "homossexual" difundiram-se ainda mais gracas ao affaire-Eulenburg, ao longo dos anos 1907-1909, em que o primo e conselheiro do Kaiser Guilherme II, o Principe Felipe de Eulenburg, foi chantageado por um jornalista judaico, Maximilian Harden, que tinha descoberto as suas tendencias homossexuais.
Eulenburg et al., "Health-related quality of life and patient-defined benefit of clobetasol 0.05% in women with chronic lichen sclerosus of the vulva," Dermatology, vol.
Schmidt (Boston), and Eulenburg (Leipzig); and Pearl Curran (42), whose hugely popular sacred and sentimental art songs such as "Life" were performed regularly and widely by the top singers of the clay, including Caruso.