de Duve


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de Duve

(də dyːv)
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(Biography) Christian. 1917–2013, Belgian biochemist, who discovered lysosomes: shared the Nobel prize (1974) for his work in cell biology
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We are proud of the work that this milestone represents for argenx - both in efficiently advancing a premier Innovative Access Program candidate to clinical development and in facilitating wider recognition of the important research out of the de Duve Institute / Universite Catholique de Louvain around this first-in-class target," said Tim Van Hauwermeiren, CEO of Argenx.
(6) Center for Human Genetics, Cliniques Universitaires Saint-Luc and Human Molecular Genetics, de Duve Institute, Universite catholique de Louvain, Brussels, Belgium
In 1974, for his contribution in advancing cell biology, George Palade, together with Albert Claude and Christian de Duve, was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine.
De Duve, "Exploring cells with a centrifuge," Science, vol.
These bundles of waste are known as 'autophagosomes.' For this discovery, Belgian scientist Christian de Duve was awarded the Nobel in Medicine in 1974.
While acknowledging the value of established theoretical perspectives on Broodthaers' legacy (the hefty 350-page catalogue accompanying the exhibition includes essays by Thierry de Duve and Benjamin Buchloh), the curators insist that he should be read as a 'Romantic Realist'--an interpretation they claim is more in keeping with how the artist's widow, Maria Gilissen Broodthaers, sees her husband's work.
Thierry de Duve define la instalacion como el establecimiento de un conjunto singular de relaciones espaciales entre el objeto y el espacio arquitectonico que fuerza al espectador a verse como parte de una situacion creada.
Sin embargo, en el lado opuesto estaria el premio Nobel Christian de Duve, quien en su ensayo Genetica del pecado original (43) advierte sobre los graves riesgos que entrana la dinamica de la seleccion natural, que sigue tambien la especie humana, y que se traduce en una avidez de recursos para el presente y un descuido de las condiciones de las generaciones siguientes.
Thierry de Duve has argued in these pages that Duchamp subverted painting's claim as a bulwark against industrialization by reading its reliance on prefabricated tubes of paint as lending it the status of a readymade, like any mass-produced product.
De los resultados de Duve y Vargas (2006) se desprende que la magnitud del efecto de los productos agrarios y del petroleo en Colombia es similar: un descenso del 10% en el precio del cafe, o un aumento del 10% en el precio del petroleo, generan un Incremento del 2% en la probabilidad de acciones violentas en las zonas productoras agrarias con valores promedio y en las zonas transportadoras de crudo.