Loffler

Löf·fler

(lŏrf'lĕr),

Loeffler,

(Löffler), Friedrich A.J., German bacteriologist and surgeon, 1852-1915.
Klebs-Loeffler bacillus - see under Klebs
Loeffler bacillus - a species that causes diphtheria. Synonym(s): Corynebacterium diphtheriae
Loeffler blood culture medium - a culture medium for the isolation of Corynebacterium diphtheriae.
Loeffler caustic stain - a stain for flagella, utilizing an aqueous solution of tannin and ferrous sulfate with the addition of an alcoholic fuchsin stain.
Loeffler methylene blue - a stain for diphtheria organisms.
Loeffler stain - a stain for flagella.
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Participants included Oskar Kokoschka, Michael Powolny, Bertold Loffler, Gustav Klimt, Carl Otto Czeschka, Emil Orlik, and Eduard Josef Wimmer-Wisgrill.
Michal loffler detailed definition of the subject, Including technical specifications, Forms part of the tender documents.
Another study in Europe found that local governments located in the United Kingdom and Germany as well as other OECD counties were very involved in benchmarking activities (Bovaird and Loffler, 2002), noting that process benchmarking, which is similar to best practice benchmarking, is different than results benchmarking, which is similar to comparison of performance statistics as benchmarks.
Additionally, the formaldehyde is classified as carcinogenic because of its carcinogenicity in human nasal tract and genotoxicity in the human lung (Carvalho, Zavarize, Medeiros, & Bombonato, 2013; Hammer, Loffler, Feja; Bechmann, & Steinke, 2011).
With the advent of new collaborative and citizen-focused forms of public service delivery involving governmental, private, and nonprofit partners, new forms of governance for "joined-up" governments, and research on them, is warranted (Koppenjan & Koliba, 2013; Hodges, 2012; Barretta & Busco, 2011; Loffler, 2009).
Dr Marion Loffler from the University of Wales Centre for Celtic Studies Aberystwyth, who is currently leading a Leverhulme-funded research project focusing on Thomas Stephens, was delighted with the find: "This bust is an important part of Welsh intellectual and art history.
On top of that we are able to save more than 100,000 euros each year thereafter," Loffler added.
Writing in The Conversation, Glasgow Caledonian University's (GCU) Professor Gunter Loffler and Dr Gael Gordon explore the brain's ability to incorporate its low resolution input from the periphery of our visual field.
Hafner H, Maurer K, Loffler W, an der Heiden W, Munk-Jorgensen P, Hambrecht M, et al.
Studies that have compared the effects of facial and non-facial masks (that is, masks that do not contain face stimuli) or of masks that contain different levels of facial information, have shown that the presence of facial information in the mask is crucial to produce significant masking in face identification (Costen, Shepherd, Ellis, & Craw, 1994; Loffler, Gordon, Wilkinson, Goren, & Wilson, 2005).
Gunter Loffler, a professor of finance at Ulm University in Germany, has studied the correlation between skyscraper construction and stock market returns from 1871 to 2009.