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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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Behring has proved to be the perfectly unliked, unadmired, unconnected, uninfluential owner for whom the other NFL owners are willing to make an example.
CSL Behring understands that it can be helpful for members of the bleeding disorders community to interact with others who face similar challenges," said Kim Phelan, Vice President, The Coalition for Hemophilia B.
The lawsuit, which one Seattle legal expert said is based on recognized legal principles, contends that Behring violated state and federal antitrust laws by attempting to move Seattle's National Football League team, and that he broke state consumer protection laws by selling 1996 season tickets in Seattle when he was planning to move to Southern California.
Behring so far has given the Coliseum the cold shoulder.
Behring, meanwhile, spoke to his fellow 29 owners for 10 minutes Friday and told a Southern California reporter he dreaded the thought of being forced to return to Seattle.
Donal Quinn joined Dade Behring in 1998 and has served as the company's President, Global Customer Management since 2002, responsible for global sales, service and marketing.
CSL Behring was selected based on its portfolio of life-enhancing and life-saving therapies for people with rare and serious diseases that include hemophilia, von Willebrand disease, factor deficiencies, immune deficiencies, hereditary angioedema and inherited respiratory disease.
And yet during his first few days in Los Angeles, Behring comes off as someone not only committed to re-introducing pro football to Southern California, but to making the team an integral part of the community.
Dade Behring is the world's largest company solely dedicated to clinical diagnostics and is also a global leader in automated identification and antimicrobial susceptibility testing.
CSL Behring is honored to receive this NORD Corporate Award," said Paul Perreault, CSL Behring Executive Vice President for Worldwide Commercial Operations and incoming president.
In an interview with the Daily News this week, Behring said he ruled out the Coliseum because of the National Football League's objections to the stadium, which was built in 1923 and expanded for the 1932 Olympic Games.
We are delighted to be working with such a world class partner as Dade Behring to potentially develop this important test and make it more widely available," said Peter Foster, CEO, Euro-Diagnostica.