Meinicke

Mei·nic·ke

(mī'nĭ-kĕ),
Ernst, German physician, 1878-1945. See: Meinicke test.
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Haring HU, Merker L, Seewaldt-Becker E, Weimer M, Meinicke T, Broedl UC, Woerle HJ; EMPA-REG MET Trial Investigators.
(15) Alexander von Plato and Wolfgang Meinicke, Alte Heimat, neue Zeit: Fluchtlinge, Umgesiedelte, Vertriebene in der Sowjetischen Besatzungszone und in der DDR [Old homeland, new era: Refugees, resettled and displaced persons in the Soviet occupation zone and in the gdr] (Berlin: VerlagsAnstalt Union, 1991).
Meinicke, "Tax4Fun: predicting functional profiles from metagenomic 16S rRNA data," Bioinformatics, vol.
Meinicke, "Gene prediction in metagenomic fragments: A large scale machine learning approach" BMC Bioinformatics, vol.
(2012), SVM-WCM by Lingner & Meinicke (2008), and SVM-LA by Saigo et al.
Serological findings in leprosy and tuberculosis with the Wassermann, Meinicke, and VDRL tests.
SPLASHING TIME: Water-borne fundraisers (from left) Val Smith, Corinne Gordon, Charlotte Maytum, Karen Hamilton, Jo O'Neill, Kristin Meinicke and Edward Kirkhope.
He obtained a strain of live tubercle bacilli from a Berlin bacteriologist named Meinicke. Meinicke was unaware of Heissmeyer's intentions, and warned him against testing the bacteria on people.
[11.] Vercesi AE, Castilho RF, Meinicke AR, Valle VGR, Hermes-Lima M, Bechara EJH.