kaiserling

Kai·ser·ling

(kī'zĕr-ling),
Karl, German pathologist, 1869-1942. See: Kaiserling fixative.

kaiserling

(kī′zĕr-lĭng)
[Karl Kaiserling, Ger. pathologist, 1869–1942]
A solution used in preserving pathological specimens.
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Bohm P, Krober S, Greschniok A, Laniado M, Kaiserling E.
Lengerke C, Kaiserling E, Horger MS, Soennichsen K, et al.
The genus name Amanita is a Latinized version of Greek 'Amanos', designating a mountain range in Southern Turkey, Amanita cesarea is called 'Cesar's mushroom' in English, Kaiserling in German and 'oronge' in French.
According to Forkel, Bach's Goldberg Variationen (composed presumably in the second half of the 1730s) were commissioned by the Russian ambassador in Saxonia, Count Kaiserling, who suffered from insomnia and wanted his harpsichordist, Johann Gottlieb Goldberg, a pupil of Bach' s, to play some of the master's compositions to help him through his periods of sleeplessness.
Que este gran musico sabia lo que sucedia con su arte y el arte musical en general, queda demostrado con las siguientes dos anecdotas: el Conde Kaiserling estaba a menudo achacoso y por ello pasaba muchas noches en vela.
Horny HP, Braumann W, Weiss E, Dietl J, Kaiserling E.
Kaiserling et al (17) and Liwnicz et al (18) also detected premelanosomes in angiomyolipomas.