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 (lĭp′mən), Fritz Albert 1899-1986.
German-born American biochemist. He shared a 1953 Nobel Prize for his work on the structure and function of coenzyme A.
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Lip•mann

(ˈlɪp mən)

n.
Fritz Albert, 1899–1986, U.S. biochemist, born in Germany: Nobel prize 1953.
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Noun1.Lipmann - United States biochemist (born in Germany) noted for his studies of metabolic processes (1899-1986)
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PA is necessary for the synthesis of coenzyme A (CoA), which is essential for cell function and energy production, the synthesis of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine, acetylation of aromatic amines and the synthesis of cholesterol (Kaplan & Lipmann, 1948; Depeint et al., 2006).
(5) Nearly a century ago, in his thinking on 'linguistic hegemony' or 'cultural hegemony,' Gramsci already provided the analysis that "In a vital sense language is politics, for it affects the way people think about power." (7) Lipmann, around the same time, introduced the term 'manufacturing consent' as a possibility to shape and manipulate the public opinion in democratic societies.
Lipmann (1956) also determined other finds, showing that this mineral comes from different stratigraphic member within the Triassic.
I would like to thank Omri Marian, Sam Brunson, David Elkins, Erin Scharff, the Tax Policy Colloquium participants at Pepperdine Law School, Scott Ardley, David Kamin, Ray Beeman, Molly Mercer, Francine Lipmann, Alice Abreu, and Deb Pogson for comments on earlier drafts.
According to Huang and Lipmann [62] there is no need to use ANNs with more than two hidden layers, which has been confirmed by many theoretical results and a number of simulations in various engineering fields.
The family of 20th-century, Polish-born, American rabbinic scholar Jacob Agus maintains documents tracing its lineage back to Yom Tov Lipmann Heller, the 16th-century commentator on the Mishnah; Meir Katzenellenbogen, the 15th-century "Maharam of Padua"; and the 11th-century commentator Rashi.
His father, Zikmund Lipmann Haas (1871-1944), a businessman, and his mother Olga, nee Epstein (1874-1933), a daughter of a Russian official of a steam boat company in Odessa, married at the Brno synagogue on 27 March 1898.
One is the specific teaching of learning strategies, many of which are related to training students' thinking abilities, such as Lipmann's Philosophy for Children (Lipman, Sharp, & Oscanyan, 1980; Topping & Trickey, 2007a; 2007b), De Bono's lateral thinking (De Bono, 1970) and cognitive research trust program (De Bono, 1987), Feuerstein's instrumental enrichment program (Feuerstein, 1980), and Greenberg's cognitive enrichment program (Greenberg, 1989).
In a working paper, researchers from Leibniz Institute for Age Research-Fritz Lipmann Institute (FLI), Jena/Germany, University of Glasgow, UK, and Buck Institute for Research on Aging, USA, summarize and contrast international research results on the various cell-intrinsic mechanisms that lead to a clonal dominance of mutant stem and progenitor cells in aging tissues.