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 (sānt-jôr′jē, sĕnt-dyœr′dyĭ), Albert von Nagyrapolt 1893-1986.
Hungarian-born American biochemist. He won a 1937 Nobel Prize for his isolation of vitamin C and his work on cellular respiration.


(Biography) Albert (von Nagyrapolt). 1893–1986, US biochemist, born in Hungary, who isolated ascorbic acid and identified it as vitamin C. Nobel prize for physiology or medicine 1937


(sɛntˈdʒɜr dʒi, -ˈdʒɔr-)

Albert, 1893–1986, U.S. biochemist, born in Hungary: Nobel prize for physiology or medicine 1937.
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Noun1.Szent-Gyorgyi - United States biochemist (born in Hungary) who was the first to isolate vitamin C (1893-1986)
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