Remak


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Re·mak

(rā'mahk),
Robert, Polish-German anatomist and histologist, 1815-1865. See: Remak nuclear division, Remak fibers, Remak ganglia, Remak plexus.

Re·mak

(rā'mahk),
Ernst J., German neurologist, 1848-1911. See: Remak reflex, Remak sign.
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Remak, for example, offered a well-received definition of Comparative Literature as "the comparison of one literature with another or others, and the comparison of literature with other spheres of human expression" (3).
Citi Private Bank has brought Jorge Valcarcel to the Seattle team as an Investment Counselor serving ultra-high net worth clients, reporting to Michael Remak, Head of the Western Region North Investments Team, the company said.
El estado diferenciado puede ser mielinizante, donde hay asociacion uno a uno entre axon y celula de Schwann, o no mielinizante, en el cual multiples axones de diametro pequeno son alineados en pliegues de una celula de Schwann, a fin de formar los denominados paquetes o haces de Remak (figura 3).
In his new role, Liou will report to Michael Remak, head of the Northern California Investments Team, Citi Private Bank.
Retoma, nesse sentido, alguns momentos do comparatismo literario, como o de Guyard (La litterature comparee, 1951), com o predominio dos binarismos da Escola Francesa ou o de Pichois e Rousseau (La litterature comparee, 1967); como o de Owen Aldridge (Comparative literature, 1969), com uma perspectiva mais abrangente, relacionada a interdisciplinaridade, da Escola Americana ou o de Henry Remak (Comparative literature, 1961).
(10) Paul Schroeder, "World War I as Galloping Gertie: A Reply to Joachim Remak," Journal of Modern History 44, 3 (1972): 319-45; Joachim Remak, "1914--The Third Balkan War: Origins Reconsidered," Journal of Modern History 43, 3 (1971): 353-66.
Navigating today's health care system is complicated enough without having to figure out how to file a complaint and ensure your voice is heard, said Bill Remak, board member of the CCCC and California Hepatitis C Task Force.
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Interestingly it was Robert Remak (18151865) who had first discovered that the origin of cells was by the division of pre-existing cells.