Eijkman


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Eijkman

(Dutch ˈɛikmɑn)
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(Biography) Christiaan (ˈkriːstiːˌaːn). 1858–1930, Dutch physician, who discovered that beriberi is caused by nutritional deficiency: Nobel prize for physiology or medicine 1929
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Noun1.Eijkman - Dutch physician who discovered that beriberi is caused by a nutritional deficiency (1858-1930)
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Specimens with a cycle threshold value <30 were inactivated using binding buffer of High Pure Viral RNA kit (Roche Applied Science, http:// www.roche.com), and transported to the Eijkman Institute for Molecular Biology in Jakarta for Sanger sequencing.
Andrographolide (RD Health Ingredients Co., Ltd.); Carboxymethyl chitosan (degree of substitution 81.9%, 96.5% degree of deacetylation, viscosity 1% 22 mPa.s, China Eastar Group Co., Ltd.); Calcium chloride Ca[Cl.sub.2*]2[H.sub.2]O pro analysis (Merck); methanol; 96% ethanol pro analysis; distilled water; Plasmodium berghei ANKA strain obtained from the Eijkman Institute for Molecular Biology, Jakarta and maintained SATREPS ITD (Institute of Tropical Disease); Alceivers medium; Giemsa dye in phosphate buffer; absolute methanol.
Transmission-Electron Microscopy (TEM) (JEOL 101, 80.0 KV, Tokyo, Japan) was done at Eijkman Institute, Jakarta.
Eijkman Centennial on Infectious in the 21st Century, The Hague, The Netherlands.
(161.) Frederik Eijkman et al., Bridges to Cash: the Retail End of
Kanehiro Takaki and Christian Eijkman were already conducting experiments by feeding polished rice, rice bran, and rice germ to different kinds of fowl.
(In 1896, Christiaan Eijkman proved the disease resulted from the lack of vitamin B1, though it took decades for his hypothesis to gain acceptance).
(35.) Te Brake H, Bouman A-M, Gorter R, Hoogstraten J, Eijkman M.
The sequences of the primer used in PCR were worked in Eijkman Institute Molecular Biology, Jakarta, which were described earlier in the study by Snounou et al.
Eijkman's Nobel Prize-winning nutritional research by Mary Somers Heidhues; housing and health in Sulawesi by David Henley; the cleanliness police and gays in the Indies by Marieke Bloembergen; hair-washing by George Quinn; and tropical spa culture by Bart Barendregt.