Landsteiner Karl


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Land·stei·ner

 (lănd′stī′nər, länt′shtī′-), Karl 1868-1943.
Austrian-born American pathologist. He won a 1930 Nobel Prize for the description and classification of human blood groups.

Land·stein·er

(lănd′stī′nər), Karl 1868-1943.
Austrian-born American pathologist who discovered human blood types. See Note at blood type.
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