Palade

Pa·lade

(pă-lād'),
George E., 20th-century Romanian-born U.S. cell biologist and Nobel laureate. See: Palade granule, Weibel-Palade bodies.
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Byline: Anca Lascu, Anca Palade, Mihaela Birdeanu and Eugenia Fagadar-Cosma
I honestly can't believe it just didn't get leveled," said Sheri Palade, an area real estate agent.
I honestly can't believe it just didn't get leveled," Sheri Palade, an area real estate agent, said.
Palade, and Siobhan Clarke, "Middleware for Internet of Things: A Survey," IEEE Internet of Things Journal, 3(1):70-95, 2016.
Osteoprotegerin (OPG) is localized to the Weibel Palade bodies of human vascular endothelial cells and is physically associated with von Willebrand factor.
Pintelas, Preventing student dropout in distance learning using machine learning techniques, Educational Software Development Laboratory Palade, Howlett and Jain (Eds.): KES 2003, LNAI 2774, 267274 (2003)
Atheism--the "spirit" underlying all the totalitarian systems of modern history--, now reiterates the macabre "mystique of the Reich", a "kingdom" for which great efforts are still being made in order to have it installed, against of the backdrop of the nihilism engulfing today's world (Ratzinger 2014; Palade 2009a).
Ao and Palade extracted rules from ensembles of Elman networks and SVMs by means of a pedagogical approach to predict gene expression in microarray data [24].
Palade, "Increased microvascular permeability and endothelial fenestration induced by vascular endothelial growth factor," Journal of Cell Science, vol.
Palade, "Multi-classifier systems: review and a roadmap for developers," International Journal of Hybrid Intelligent Systems, vol.
Palade who is considered one of the founding fathers of modern cell biology.