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El·i·on

 (ĕl′ē-ən, -ŏn′), Gertrude Belle 1918-1999.
American biochemist. She shared a 1988 Nobel Prize for developing a series of drugs to treat various diseases, including leukemia and gout.

El•i•on

(ˈɛl i ən)
n.
Gertrude Belle, 1918–99, U.S. biochemist: Nobel prize for physiology or medicine 1988.
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In 1988, Elion was a Nobel Prize co-winner in medicine for her work on anti-cancer drugs.
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F1C1 is a simple mathematical approach to describe interactions quantitatively described previously by Elion et al (1954).
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Lies Elion had promised her sister, later murdered with her husband in Auschwitz, that she would name a daughter after her; she is permanently thankful that all her children are boys.