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 (dĕl′bro͝ok′, -brük′), Max 1906-1981.
German-born American biologist. He shared a 1969 Nobel Prize for investigating how viruses infect bacteria and replicate themselves.
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Delbrück

(delˈbryk)
n
(Biography) Max. 1906–81, US molecular biologist, born in Germany. Noted for his work on bacteriophages, he shared the Nobel prize for physiology or medicine in 1969
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Del•brück

(ˈdɛl brʊk)

n.
Max, 1906–81, U.S. biologist, born in Germany.
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