Weibel Palade body

Weibel Palade body

English-Korean animal medical dictionary. 2013.

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  • Weibel-Palade bodies — Wei·bel Pa·lade bodies (viґbəl pah lādґ) [Ewald Rudolf Weibel, Swiss physician, born 1929; George Emil Palade, Romanian born American cytologist, winner of 1974 Nobel prize in physiology or medicine, 1912–2008] see under body …   Medical dictionary

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  • Palade — George E., Romanian U.S. cell biologist and Nobel laureate, *1912. See P. granule, Weibel P. bodies, under body …   Medical dictionary

  • Weibel — Ewald R., Swiss physician, *1929. See W. Palade bodies, under body …   Medical dictionary

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