Palade

Pa·lade

(pă-lād'),
George E., 20th-century Romanian-born U.S. cell biologist and Nobel laureate. See: Palade granule, Weibel-Palade bodies.
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012
References in periodicals archive ?
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.
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.