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 (mär′bûrg′, -bo͝ork′)
A city of west-central Germany north of Frankfurt. Europe's first Protestant university was founded here in 1527.


(ˈmɑːˌbɜːɡ; German ˈmaːrbʊrk)
1. (Placename) a city in W central Germany, in Hesse: famous for the religious debate between Luther and Zwingli in 1529; Europe's first Protestant university (1527). Pop: 78 511 (2003 est)
2. (Placename) the German name for Maribor


(ˈmɑr bʊərg, -bɜrg)

a city in central Germany. 75,092.
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Author affiliation: University Hospital Marburg, Marburg, Germany
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This is an interesting study, and it's the way one wants to go with these viruses," says Stephan Becker, a virologist at Philipps University in Marburg, Germany.
Ina Bornkessel-Schlesewsky from the University of Marburg, Germany, said, "Every day, we hear statements that surprise us because they do not correspond to what we (think we) know about the world.