Bordet


Also found in: Medical, Encyclopedia.

Bordet

(French bɔrdɛ)
n
(Biography) Jules (Jean Baptiste Vincent) (ʒyl). 1870–1961, Belgian bacteriologist and immunologist, who discovered complement. Nobel prize for physiology or medicine 1919
References in periodicals archive ?
Other stands worth visiting include Nicolas Bordet (antiques), Frank Van Laer Antiquiteiten (furniture) and Assour & Sumer (silver).
A recent study by Bordet, Caillol and Higelin [7] presented a modified K-k model which accounted for the influences of swirl motion as well as high speed fuel injection into the cylinder.
Dargaud Y, Trzeciak MC, Bordet JC, Ninet J, Negrier C.
Nardi K, Leys D, Eusebi P Cordonnier C, Gautier S, Henon H, Bordet R.
The idea of a bacteria-killing virus in humans was ridiculed by the established medical elite, including the Nobel Prize winning French immunologist, Jules Bordet, who went so far as to claim that d'Herelle had lied about his experiments.
A physician by training, Dr Lehmann started his academic career at the Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research in Brussels, followed by a position at the Institute Jules Bordet.
The company is enrolling patients for the trial at European oncology centres including Radboud University Medical Center in the Netherlands), the Jules Bordet Institute in Belgium and the Institute of Cancer Research at The Royal Marsden Hospital in the United Kingdom.
Blondeau N, Petrault O, Manta S, Giordanengo V, Gounon P, Bordet R, Lazdunski M, Heurteaux C.
pertussis isolates were grown on Bordet Gengou agar (Becton Dickinson, Sparks, MD, USA) supplemented with 10% defibrinated horse blood (Oxoid, Basingstoke, UK) at 37[degrees]C for 3-5 days before subculture and incubation at 37[degrees]C for 24 h.