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Behring

Emil (Adolf) von . 1854--1917, German bacteriologist, who discovered diphtheria and tetanus antitoxins: Nobel prize for physiology or medicine 1901
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CSL Behring is acquiring Calimmune for an upfront payment of USD 91m.
Aventis Behring is a global leader in the development and marketing of plasma protein therapies and recombinant products.
According to Parker, Behring wanted protection from disgruntled female traveling companions who accompanied him on hunting and other expeditions to locations such as Africa and Eastern Europe.
Last spring, CSL Behring awarded seven LEAD grants to patient advocacy organizations.
Negotiations between Allen and Behring have been reported for months, although Behring denied the team was for sale and insisted he was moving the club to Los Angeles despite vehement opposition from NFL commissioner Paul Tagliabue.
Combined, Dade Behring and Siemens will have the potential to become uniquely positioned as the largest provider of clinical diagnostic products and services in the world," said Jim Reid-Anderson, Chairman, President and CEO, Dade Behring.
lawyer retained by Behring for this case, also cited remarks by county officials since the suits were filed.
He strikes me as a sincere person, a congenial person," said councilman Frank Feldhaus, who met with Behring for half an hour.
Some members of the NFL's finance and stadium committees chuckled and passed notes and others were angry Monday when Behring and his lawyers pushed their case using an L.
We are very delighted that Dade Behring is collaborating with us--together we expect to further extend the knowledge of global testing for thrombosis and hemostasis.
Monday, NFL commissioner Paul Tagliabue weighed in on the fight against Behring.
CSL Behring today provided an update on its global name change, involving as many as 30 products in each of 70 countries worldwide.