de Kruif

de Kruif

(də ˈkraɪf)
n.
Paul, 1890–1971, U.S. bacteriologist and author.
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Untitled note on visit of Leicester Hemingway ("Lester H." [sic]) to Paul de Kruif. Holland (Michigan) Evening Sentinel (5 August 1961): 11.
de Kruif et al., "Infections and endothelial cells," Cardiovascular Research, vol.
By the late 1940's, testosterone replacement therapy was being hailed as an anti-aging drug (Paul de Kruif's "The Male Hormone").
Finally, for STEM teachers who want to provide a fascinating and lively account of early scientists, bacteriologists, and medical technicians who discovered microbes, Paul de Kruif's classic book Microbe Hunters dramatizes the lives of Leeuwenhock, Pasteur, and Ehrlich.
In an effort to understand what might increase children's engagement, researchers have considered provider characteristics that are associated with children's engagement within early child care and education settings (Ridley, de Kruif, & McWilliam, 2000).
(16.) Keller TT, van der Sluijs KF, de Kruif MD, Gerdes VE, Meijers JC, Florquin S, van der Poll T, van Gorp EC, Brand jes DP, Buller FIR, Levi M: Effects on coagulation and fibrinolysis induced by influenza in mice with a reduced capacity to generate activated protein C and a deficiency in plasminogen activator inhibitor type 1.
The sun swept pitilessly over the Indian Ocean and flickered across the aimless floating wreckage which had once been the Dutch freighter John de Kruif. A few bodies drifted by, still supported by their orange life-jackets.
(46.) Mahmoudzadeh AR, Van Soom A, Ysebaert MT, de Kruif A.
There is Paul de Kruif, who wrote a true classic, The Microbe Hunters (1926).