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beluga

the arctic dolphin. See delphinapterus leucas.
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Dr Hausen has served the company in various positions for more than 15 years, including as its co-founder.
Professor zur Hausen has received 30 honorary doctorates in his lifetime, while Professor Yonath became the first woman in 45 years to win the Nobel Prize for chemistry.
3) Then zur Hausen utilized the nucleic acid sequences from HPV6 and the technique of low stringency hybridization to discover HPV 16 and HPV 18 in cervical cancer specimens.
de Villiers EM, Fauquet C, Broker TR, Bernard HU, zur Hausen H.
In 1975, Harald zur Hausen published the hypothesis that the human papillomavirus played a role in the etiology of cervical cancer, work for which he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 2008.
Harald zur Hausen, during the Valedictory Ceremony of the BioAsia 2014 on 19 February at the Hyderabad International Convention Center, Hyderabad.
We want to appeal to the tourist and the wine nerd alike," manager Kirsten Hausen said of the wine bar, which held a soft opening earlier this month.
If that turns out to be the case, get a copy of The S&W Revolver: A Shop Manual by Jerry Kuhn hausen, which covers the S&W J, K, L and N Frame revolver actions.
German scientist Harald zur Hausen discovered the connection in the 1980s and was awarded a 2008 Nobel Prize for his efforts (SN: 10/25/08, p.
Hausen worked at McMillen's Meat Market in that city and became Fort Atkinson's only world champion when, in 1922, he won the National Chicken Picking Championship, denuding a bird in just 6 seconds.
Sergeant Matthew Hausen, from Connah's Quay, andWarrant Officer Second Class Mark Hawtin, from Tefarn-Y-Gelyn, Denbighshire, were among more than 50 troops from C Squadron the 1st Queen's Dragoon Guards to return to their base this week.
Nobel Prize winner Harald zur Hausen, who jointly discovered the link between cervical cancer and HPV in the 1980s, said he expected more discoveries to follow and suggested that viruses could be involved in cancer of the skin, breast, gut and lungs.