Kugelberg

Ku·gel·berg

(kū'gĕl-berg),
Eric, Swedish neurologist, 1913-1983. See: Kugelberg-Welander disease, Wohlfart-Kugelberg-Welander disease.
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[97.] HolmgrenA, Holmgren P, Kugelberg FC, Jones AW,Ahlner J: High re-arrest rates among drug-impaired drivers despite zero-tolerance legislation; Accid Anal Prev 40:534; 2008.
In May, Diamonds coach Bill Kugelberg reported that while Kowalczyk was cancer-free, doctors were suggesting a second bone marrow transplant after the first one didn't quite mesh.
Schnabel's latest partner, and co-writer/co-editor on At Eternity's Gate, Louise Kugelberg, joins us.
Timotijevic, L., Acuna#Rivera, M., Gemen, R., Kugelberg, S., McBarron, K., Raats, M.
Some have proposed zero tolerance, others, levels of 1 [micro]g/L, while others believe it should be 5[micro]g/L and still others propose something in between (Huestis, 2015; Jones, Holmgren, & Kugelberg, 2008).
The fact that Willem would trust me and do this in the film speaks volumes to me; the fact that Niels Arestrup, Mads Mikkelsen or Oscar Isaac or the fact that [writers] Louise Kugelberg or Jean-Claude Carriere who worked with Luis Bunuel would work with me [in this movie].
Kugelberg and Zetterstrom (10) reported VAO in 85 eyes that underwent cataract surgery with or without AV according to age (patients aged 0-15 years).
Behndig A, Montan P, Stenevi U, Kugelberg M, LundstromM.
Kugelberg, "Pattern recognition receptors: curbing gut inflammation," Nature Reviews Immunology, vol.
(26.) Wohlfarth A, Roman M, Andersson M, Kugelberg FC, Diao X, Carlier J, et al.
(19.) Kugelberg M, Wejde G, Jayaram H, Zetterstrom C.