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Mey·en·burg

(mī'ĕn-bŭrg),
H. von, late 19th-century Swiss pathologist. See: Meyenburg complex, Meyenburg disease, Meyenburg-Altherr-Uehlinger syndrome.
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Riederer F, Marti M, Luechinger R, Lanzenberger R, von Meyenburg J, Gantenbein AR, et al .
One of these books is the Grammaticae latinae partes, an introductory Latin grammar, dedicated to Michael Meyenburg, the mayor of Nordhausen.
The diagnosis of intrahepatic forms should be differentiated by other conditions, such as adult polycystic liver disease or the von Meyenburg complex [25, 42].
[3.] von Meyenburg K, Jorgensen BB, Nielsen J, Hansen F (1982) Promoters of the atp operon coding for the membrane-bound ATP synthase of Escherichia coli mapped by Tn10 insertion mutations.
Chorangiomatosis was first described in 1922 by von Meyenburg [2] and later defined by Ogino and Redline [8] as an excess of vessels within otherwise normal stem villi which does not form an expansile nodular lesion.
Meyenburg et al., "Redox modulation of T-Type calcium channels in rat peripheral nociceptors," Neuron, vol.
(5) Biliary hamartomas, also referred to as von Meyenburg complex, are common, benign lesions characterized by the presence of numerous, small cystic lesions in the liver parenchyma ranging from 2 mm to 15 mm (Figure 2).
After many years of hunting for a way to display her collection without being parted from it, the small town of Meyenburg, 140 kilometers (87 miles) north west of Berlin, offered its newly-restored chateau.
adenosine triphosphate (ATP) ultimately leading to cell division (Von Meyenburg and Hansen 1987).
(3) Bile duct hamartoma or von Meyenburg complex is a type of ductal malformation that often occurs sporadically or as part of the spectrum of polycystic liver disease.
High glucose level in the culture leads to "Crabtree effect", resulting in the formation of acetate and other metabolic by-products (Anderson & Von Meyenburg, 1980).
BERLIN - The German Cancer Research Center on Monday presented its annual Meyenburg German Cancer Award to Kyoto University professor Shinya Yamanaka, who has succeeded in reprogramming human skin cells to behave like embryonic stem cells.