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Kho·ra·na

(kō-rä′nə), Har Gobind Born 1922.
Indian-born American biochemist. He shared a 1968 Nobel Prize for the study of genetic codes.
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However, larger prospective studies are needed, not only to look at the utility of Khorana scoring in this high-risk histologic subtype, they said, but also to test their hypothesis that VTE prophylaxis may be beneficial during chemotherapy or other active treatment.
Uma anilise mais detalhada sobre o mesmo tema de Khorana (1996) e realizada por Hu et al.
In retrospect however, the liquidity feature in the mutual investments is designed to encourage or provide a loophole for the investors to create new funds or grow their already existing ones by depositing funds (Khorana and Servaes, 1999).
Khorana Chair Professor, Amity Institute of Molecular Medicine and Stem Cell Research (AIMMSCR) and Dean, Health and Allied Sciences, Amity University witnessed the signing of the MoU.
"Few Indians like Amartya Sen, CV Raman and Har Gobind Khorana received Nobel Prize for their outstanding academic researches but they pursued their studies in foreign universities like Harvard, not in Indian ones," he said in his convocation address on the third day of his four-day private visit to Bangladesh.
Nobel Prize winner Har Gobind Khorana, an Indian-American biochemist who was credited with discovery of essential function of the DNA and construction of the first synthetic gene, was honored by Google in form of a doodle on Tuesday.
Rashid, Patras Bukhari, Ashfaq Ahmad, Bano Qudsia; Nobel laureates Prof Dr Abdus Salam and Prof Dr Hargobind Khorana, Chief Justice M.R.
Munshi (2010 as cited in Khorana, 2013) analyzed five successful soaps on television and claimed that even though women and the family were represented as regressive, the shows contested traditional social mores.
Khorana, "Cancer and venous thromboembolic disease: a review," The Oncologist, vol.
Khorana, "Cancer-associated thrombosis: risk factors, candidate biomarkers and a risk model," Thrombosis Research, vol.
Khorana, "Venous thromboembolism and prognosis in cancer," Thrombosis Research, vol.