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(nîr′ĭn-bûrg′), Marshall Warren Born 1927.
American biochemist. He shared a 1968 Nobel Prize for the study of genetic codes.
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Nirenberg, On spherical image maps whose Jacobians do not change sign, Amer.
Nirenberg, On elliptic partial differential equations, Ann.
Nirenberg, Remarks on strongly elliptioc partial differential equations, Comm.
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In the first chapter, Nirenberg cogently argues that Christians developed a negative stereotype of Islam after the year 1000 as part of the imperialistic ambitions of the papacy to give Christians a common project and a shared sense of purpose.
"Right now we have no treatment to prevent or slow Parkinson's,'' Nirenberg, of NYU Langone Medical Center, said.
I'm proud to celebrate this achievement today and to recognize that locally sourced materials, produced by local hands, have helped build a strong and growing San Antonio," local Councilman Ron Nirenberg said.
Behaviors such as compulsive shopping, eating, gambling, and sexual behaviors are a known complication of dopamine agonist use in PD (Weintraub & Nirenberg, 2013).