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Nirenberg

Marshall Warren. born 1927, US biochemist; shared the Nobel prize for physiology or medicine (1968) for his role in deciphering the genetic code
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Caption: San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg, left, and Colleen Bridger, director of the city's health district, speak at the institute.
Combining Hartman Nirenberg's theorem [2], Murata Umehara's theorem [9] and Theorem 1, we have the classification of complete flat fronts in [R.sup.n+1].
Nirenberg and David Nirenberg's "Badiou's Number: A Critique of Mathematics as Ontology," Critical Inquiry 37.4 (2011), 583-614.
By using the mean value theorem and using Holder's and Nirenberg's, Minkowski's inequalities for integrals, Fourier multiplier theorems for operator-valued functions in [X.sub.p] spaces and Young's inequality, we obtain
Nirenberg Neuroscience, a machine vision company founded by neuroscientist Dr Sheila Nirenberg, who cracked the neural code the eye uses to transmit visual information to the brain, that Ford has exclusively licensed agreement to bring humanlike learning to its virtual drivers.
Nirenberg [4] proved that weak solution u of (P) belongs to [H.sup.2]([ohm]) and satisfies
Dentro desse genero, as especies Fusarium verticillioides ((Saccardo) Nirenberg), Fusarium proliferatum ((Matsushima) Nirenberg) e Fusarium subglutinans ((Wollenweber) e Reinking) participam de um grupo de aproximadamente 20 especies que compoem o complexo Gibberella fujikuroi, e estao associadas a doencas de diversas culturas de importancia economica, dentre elas: milho, trigo e cana-de-acucar.
Bakanae or foot rot disease caused by Fusarium fujikuroi Nirenberg is an important emerging disease of rice across the world.
In arguing for this interpretation, Nirenberg rejects the view of medieval Spain as a "Golden Age" interfaith utopia as well as the portrayal of it as a dark and barbaric "Clash of Civilizations," challenging the agendas of both.
Nirenberg, a Parkinson's specialist at NYU Langone Medical Center, said, "Up to 80 percent of people with the sleep disorder get Parkinson's or a similar neurodegenerative disease.''