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Marburg,

city in Germany.
Marburg disease - characterized by a prominent rash and hemorrhages in many organs; often fatal. Synonym(s): African hemorrhagic disease; green monkey disease; Marburg virus
Marburg virus - Synonym(s): Marburg disease
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About 80 percent of the cellphones sold in the country are brought in illegally, said Mohammad Reza Farzanegan, an economics professor at the Center for Near and Middle East Studies at Philipps University of Marburg, Germany, who wrote a 2009 study on smuggling in Iran.
Frankenberger, Department of Operative Dentistry and Endodontics, Dental School, University of Marburg and University Medical Center Giessen and Marburg, Campus Marburg, Georg-Voigt-Strasse 3, 35039 Marburg, Germany
That's the plan for Ashton Eaton and Brianne Theisen today and Sunday as the two former Ducks compete in selected events at the 19th annual Thorpe Cup in Marburg, Germany.
Alfred Janetzko, PhD, is the director of R&D of DRG Instruments GmbH, Marburg, Germany, a wholly-owned subsidiary of DRG International.
Martin Pinquart, Ph.D., professor, Philipps University, Department of Psychology, Gutenbergstrasse 18, D-35032 Marburg, Germany; e-mail: <pinquart@staff.uni-marburg.de>.
The company's new MARS (Marburg Site) facility in Marburg, Germany was designed and built to be the company's "Center of Excellence" for modern vaccine production.
of Marburg, Germany) present a text that introduces graduate-level students or researchers with general background in quantum mechanics to the quantum theory of semiconductors.
"However, knowledge about the course and outcome of this condition is sparse."Julia Anna Glombiewski, Ph.D., of Philipps-University of Marburg, Germany, and colleagues studied 807 patients (average age 57.6 years) with non-specific chest pain who visited 74 German primary care offices in 2005 and 2006.
Marburg, Germany. It is licensed to produce a seasonal cell culture-based
Chef Sau began his career with the Sheraton Hotel in Italy and has also worked with the one-star Michelin restaurant Milano, in Marburg, Germany. He joined the Rotana family in 2007 and the Al Ain Rotana team in July 2009.
Its cell-culture vaccine plant in Marburg, Germany had the potential to produce millions of doses per week, but it was difficult to predict output capacity for now.
3rd place: Oberhessische Presse, Marburg, Germany.A cross-media strategy, including video production, for new and loyal customers.