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Chain, Ernst Boris, 1906-1979

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    • us: Chain, Ernst, 1906-1979
    • us: Chain, Ernst B. (Ernst Boris), 1906-1979
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    • Chain, Ernst, Sir, 1906-
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    • found: Florey, H. W. The development of penicillin, 1945.
    • found: Alton, J. Report on the correspondence and papers of Sir Ernst Boris Chain, 1906-1979, biochemist, 1983: t.p. (Sir Ernst Boris Chain, 1906-1979)
    • found: Wikipedia, November 14, 2013 (Ernst Boris Chain; Sir Ernst Boris Chain, FRS (19 June 1906-12 August 1979); German-born British biochemist, and a 1945 co-recipient of the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine for his work on penicillin; born Berlin, Germany; died Castlebar, Ireland; citizenship: British; fields: Biochemistry)
    • found: Ernst B. Chain - biographical, via, viewed November 14, 2013 (Ernst Boris Chain was born on June 19, 1906, in Berlin; died on August 12, 1979; biochemistry) {}
    • found: NNDB website, November 14, 2013 (Ernst B. Chain, AKA Ernst Boris Chain; born: 19-Jun-1906; birthplace: Berlin, Germany; died: 12-Aug-1979; location of death: Castlebar, Ireland; gender: Male; religion: Jewish; race or ethnicity: White; sexual orientation: Straight; occupation: Scientist, Doctor; nationality: Germany; executive summary: Isolated penicillin) {}
    • found: Biography reference bank, via EBSCOhost website, November 14, 2013 (Chain, Ernst Boris; born: June 19, 1906, Germany; died: August 14, 1979; occupations: British biochemist)
    • found: The Columbia electronic encyclopedia, 6th ed., © 2012, via infoplease website, November 14, 2013 ((Ernst Boris Chain; Chain, Ernst Boris, 1906-79, English biochemist, b. Berlin, Germany. In 1933 he left Germany and went to England, where he conducted research at Cambridge from 1933 to 1935 and at Oxford from 1935; he lectured (1936-48) in chemical pathology at Oxford. In 1951 he became director of the International Research Center for Chemical Microbiology, Istituto Superiore de Sanità, Rome. He was professor of biochemistry at the Univ. of London from 1961. For his work on penicillin, Chain shared with Sir Alexander Fleming and Sir Howard Florey the 1945 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine) {}
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