Schuffner

Schüff·ner

(shēf'nĕr),
Wilhelm, German pathologist in Sumatra, 1867-1949. See: Schüffner granules, Schüffner dots.
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The results are in agreement with Aitken et al (15) and Schuffner et al (16) who reported a loss of motility and increased occurrence of apoptosis following incubation of semen at 37[degree]C.
Eike Batista's group's remaining assets comprised iron mines in the states of Mato Grosso do Sul and Minas Gerais--and another 599 plots with research authorizations and mining concessions in addition to assets held in Chile (Durao, 2008; Jorge, 2008; Schuffner, 2008).
A number of different stains can be used, but it is important to remember that not all stains allow detection of some of the characteristic features of malaria (eg, Schuffner dots).
Kristian Schuffner, Project Manager at Telenor commented, "The Call Steering system from Nuance efficiently provides the required service in minimal time, thus increasing customer satisfaction, which was the main driver behind the project.