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Wolfenbüttel

(vôl`fənbüt`əl), city (1994 pop. 53,812), Lower Saxony, N central Germany, on the Oker River, near the former East German border. It is an agricultural market and an industrial center. Manufactures include agricultural machinery, chemicals, and musical equipment. Wolfenbüttel developed around an 11th-century castle that became (c.1280) a favorite Guelphic residence. It was the residence of the dukes of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel (see BrunswickBrunswick
, Ger. Braunschweig , former state, central Germany, surrounded by the former Prussian provinces of Saxony, Hanover, and Westphalia. The region of Braunschweig is situated on the North German plain and in the northern foothills of the Harz Mts.
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, state) from 1432 to 1753. The famous ducal library, founded in the 17th cent., contains about 350,000 volumes, some 3,000 incunabula, and more than 8,000 manuscripts. Its librarians included Leibniz (1690–1716) and G. E. Lessing (1770–81). Lessing's house, in which he wrote Nathan the Wise, still stands. The city's noteworthy buildings include the former ducal palace (15th–18th cent.; now a museum), a 17th-century church, and numerous 17th-century half-timber houses.
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By the summer of 1690, he was serving as Kapellmeister to Duke Anton Ulrich at Wolfenbuttel, where he learnt about Italian opera from the singers.
TRANSFAC (geneXplain GmbH, Wolfenbuttel, Germany) is a unique knowledge database containing published data on eukaryotic TFs and miRNAs, their experimentally demonstrated binding sites, and regulated genes.[6] The human TFs and their regulated human genes were extracted from TRANSFAC (TFP_2013.4_data.tar.gz) and compiled as the human TF-to-target library, including 7569 relationships involving 573 human TFs and 2024 target genes.
The students of Theodor Heuss School, in Wolfenbuttel, Western Germany, arrived in the North East during the midst of the 'Beast from the East.' Despite the weather, students from Bede and Theodor Heuss met at Blyth Beach, to play some games in the snow and try the renowned Fish and Chips!
(1) Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Sports Traumatology and Trauma Surgery, Stadtisches Klinikum Wolfenbiittel (Wolfenbiittel Municipal Hospital), Alter Weg 80, 38302 Wolfenbuttel, Germany
Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Sports Traumatology and Trauma Surgery, Stadtisches Klinikum Wolfenbuttel, Alter Weg 80, 38302 Wolfenbuttel, Germany
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