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, Ger. Marburg, city (1991 pop. 103,961), in Slovenia, on the Drava River. It is a heavy industrial center with chemical, engineering, and electrical industries. Known as early as the 12th cent.
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Marburg

1. a city in W central Germany, in Hesse: famous for the religious debate between Luther and Zwingli in 1529; Europe's first Protestant university (1527). Pop.: 78 511 (2003 est.)
2. the German name for Maribor
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Hofstaetter began his pharmaceutical industry career in 1978, when he joined Behringwerke AG in Marburg, Germany, as a research scientist, rising to become Head of Research and later General Manager of the Business Unit for Immunology and Oncology.
nat are Professors in the Faculty of Medicine at Philipps University Marburg, Institute of Physiologic Chemistry, Marburg, Germany.
From 1996-1997 he served as a group leader at the Institute of Tumour Biology (IMT) in Marburg, Germany.
Julia Anna Glombiewski of Philipps-University of Marburg, Germany, and colleagues studied 807 patients (average age 57.
The virus is named for Marburg, Germany, where it was first identified in 1967 after infected monkeys shipped there from Uganda spread the virus to people.
Departments of [1] Laboratory Medicine and [3] Urology University Hospital Charite Humboldt University Berlin 10098 Berlin, Germany [2] Dade Behring Marburg GmbH 35001 Marburg, Germany
MARBURG, Germany -- CSL Behring, a global leader in the protein biotherapeutics industry, announced today the five grant winners of the 2009 Prof.
So far no other pharmacological treatment has shown significant effect in CTEPH, said Principal Investigator Professor Ardeschir Ghofrani, University Hospital Giessen and Marburg, Germany.
The 2011 competition semifinalists are Kris Bowers (Los Angeles, California), Emmet Cohen (Miami, Florida), Steven Feifke (Lexington, Massachusetts), Beka Gochiashvili (Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia), Justin Kauflin (Virginia Beach, Virginia), Pascal Le Boeuf (Santa Cruz, California), Antonio Madruga (Pembroke Pines, Florida), Hod Moshonov (Pardes Hanna, Israel), Can Olgun (born in Marburg, Germany and raised in Berlin, Germany), Harold O'Neal (born in Arusha, Tanzania and raised in Kansas City, Missouri), Joshua White (born in Los Angeles and raised in El Cajon, California) and Glenn Zaleski (Boylston, Massachusetts).
The research team from Marburg, Germany showed that exposure to microbes triggers a mild inflammatory response in pregnant mice that renders their offspring resistant to allergies.
KG Headquarters location: Marburg, Germany Foundation: 1917 Business Description: manufacturing and sales of pharmaceuticals Employees: approximately 180 (the end of June, 2006)) Paid in Capital: 5,863 Thousands EUR (2005) Sales: approximately 40 Million EUR http://www.
Microbes living in the oxygen-poor soils of rice paddies are responsible for as much as 25 percent of global methane emissions, says Ralf Conrad of the Max Planck Institute for Terrestrial Microbiology in Marburg, Germany.