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Landsteiner

Karl . 1868--1943, Austrian immunologist, who discovered (1900) human blood groups and introduced the ABO classification system. He also discovered (1940) the Rhesus (Rh) factor in blood and researched into poliomyelitis. Nobel prize for physiology or medicine (1930)
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United States-based Iroko Pharmaceuticals has signed a licensing agreement with Landsteiner Scientific, a company engaged in the research and development, manufacture, distribution, and marketing of healthcare products.
Elle honore ainsi la naissance de Karl Landsteiner, medecin et biologiste autrichien qui a decouvert le systeme ABO des groupes sanguins et recu le prix Nobel de medecine en 1930.
An Austrian Scientist Karl Landsteiner discovered the ABH blood group system in 1901.
The Czechs pulled two back in the ninth, but Shuster's team of third Jeff Isaacson, second Jared Zezel and lead John Landsteiner ended with another point to secure the last available Olympic berth.
13) In 1901 Karl Landsteiner would discover the abo blood grouping and agglutination reactions, which would win him the Nobel Prize years later in 1930.
World Blood Donor Day - WBDD, celebrated on 14 June every year to commemorate the birthday of Karl Landsteiner, the Nobel Prize winner who discovered the ABO blood group system serves to raise awareness of the need for safe blood and blood products and to thank voluntary unpaid blood donors for their life-saving gifts of blood.
1901: Avusturyali Karl Landsteiner ABO kan gruplarini kesfetti.
This is also a milestone in blood group genetics and the end of long and astounding journey of discoveries in blood group genetics which started with Landsteiner from Austria and Fisher, Coombs and Morgan from England," he added.
In 1901, Karl Landsteiner would identify blood types and their role in safe human-to-human blood transfusions.
All game changers, without doubt: Koch's (1905) identification of the tubercle bacillus and related work on tuberculosis; Landsteiner (1930) on blood groups and blood typing; Fleming, Chain, and Florey (1945) for penicillin; Crick, Watson, and Wilkins (1962) on the discovery of DNA; Banting and Macleod (1923) for the discovery of insulin; Murray and Thomas (1990) on organ and cell transplantation.
World Blood Donor Day tomorrow, a World Health Organisation global health awareness day, marks the birth of Nobel Prize winner Karl Landsteiner, who first discovered the main blood grouping system in 1900.