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Waksman

Selman Abraham. 1888--1973, US microbiologist, born in Russia. He discovered streptomycin: Nobel prize for physiology or medicine 1952
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To bolster its content portfolio, REVEAL has hired Emmy and Peabody Award winner Gary Waksman as Executive Producer.
It has been reported that C/N ratio of 25 to 35 is appropriate for composting (Waksman and Hutchings, 1936; Waksman and Cordon, 1939; Hoyle and Mattingly, 1954; Gray et al.
Jetico CEO Michael Waksman explains, "Current solutions on the market force you to wait for a container to complete its encryption process before you can add any files you wish to protect.
JPPP was sponsored by the Japanese Ministry of Health, Labor, and Welfare, and the Waksman Foundation of Japan.
The work, led by Professor Waksman at the Institute of Structural and Molecular Biology (a joint Birkbeck/UCL Institute) and funded by the Wellcome Trust, revealed that the type IV secretion system differs substantially from other bacterial secretion systems, in both its molecular structure and the mechanism for secretion.
by Adam Waksman was "biased and derives its information from an extremely
Judge David Waksman told McCarten in 2010: "The public need protecting from you in your current state of mind and attitude towards women generally.
Waksman of Mexico, Christophe Wiart of Malaysia and Former Chairman Higher Education Commission Prof.
11" in his lab notebook and shared his notes with his adviser, soil microbiologist Selman Waksman.
His work was usurped by Selman Waksman, who claimed a Nobel Prize.
Steve Waksman, an associate professor of music and American studies at Smith College in Massachusetts, did research at the library prior to its opening for his book on the history of American live music.
The presented work is based on the detailed humus fractionation procedure described in Ponomarcva and Plotnikova (1980) grounded on the approach of Waksman (1936) and Tyurin (1937).