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Text:"... glass can concentrate Dr. FeodorLynen of West Ger- the sun'i rays. many. Dr. Townes heard the news in I bel's birthday. Literature Jean-Paul Sar- tre of France. He has rejected the prize. Prizes..."
Date:Oct 29 1964
Publication:Lima, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... Professor Winner Of Nobel Prize STOCKHOLM, Sweden (AP) The 1964 Nobel Prize for Medi- cine was, awarded jointly today to American Konrad Bloch and German FeodorLynen. The two were awarded the prize..."
Date:Oct 15 1964
Publication:Centralia, Washington, United States of America
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Text:"... this winter Other Foreign Members elected this year include FeodorLynen Munich Germany Nobel Laureate in medicine Michael Heidelberger Columbia University immunology Lars Onsager Yale IDS CHURCH Ames Ward..."
Date:Aug 7 1975
Publication:Ames, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... for develop ment of a possible death ray Harvard biochemist Dr Kon rad Bloch 52 split the prize for physiology and medicine with German FeodorLynen 53 of it Munich for their research in the fight against heart..."
Date:Dec 10 1964
Publication:Mason City, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... 37 30 6 23 30 24-25 22 18-19 2 Men Honored For Cholesterol Research STOCKHOLM, Sweden (AP) The 1964 Nobel Prize for Medi- cine was awarded jointly today to American Konrad Bloch and German FeodorLynen..."
Date:Oct 15 1964
Publication:Portsmouth, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... are Through the work of the British and Konrad Bloch at Harvard and FeodorLynen in scientists now have deter mined all of the intermediate steps in the manufacture of these was for this that Popjak..."
Date:Feb 9 1969
Publication:Phoenix, Arizona, United States of America
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Text:"... and German FeodorLynen. The two were awarded the prize for their discover- ies concerning the mechanism and regulation of cholesterol and fatty acid metabolism. Bloch is German-born, and became a naturalized..."
Date:Oct 15 1964
Publication:Edwardsville, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"... to American Konrad Bloch and German FeodorLynen. The two were awarded the $53,123 prize tor their discoveries concerning the mechanism and regulation of cholesterol and fatty acid metabolism. Bloch is (Jerman..."
Date:Oct 16 1964
Publication:Mt Vernon, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"... announced Peace Martin Luther King of the United Medicine Konard German born and i FeodorLynen of West Ger Literature JeanPaul Sar tre of He has rejected the Prizes will be formally award ed in Stockholm..."
Date:Oct 29 1964
Publication:Carroll, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...-perimental physics. University of: Rome; FeodorLynen, director.Max Planck Institute for Cellular Chemistry, Munich; Sir.WilliamGeorge Penney, deputy chairman, United Kingdom Atomic EnergyAuthority, London..."
Date:Sep 7 1962
Publication:Darmstadt, Hesse, Germany
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Text:"... courteous treatment. WINNER OF NOBEL PRIZE-Konrad Bioch, above, a Harvard professor, and German FeodorLynen were awarded jointly the 1964 Nobel Prize for medicine in Stockholm, Sweden, Thursday. They were..."
Date:Oct 16 1964
Publication:Joplin, Missouri, United States of America
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Text:"... research formerly was known as the Rockefeller institute. The last American to win the prize for medicine was Conrad E. Block who shared the award with FeodorLynen, a German, in 1964. The 87-year-old Rous..."
Date:Oct 13 1966
Publication:Canandaigua, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... American Negro was awarded the 1964 Nobel peace prize The award for the Georgiaborn leader of the civil rights fight in the United States will amount to this Konrad a Harvard was co winner with German Feodor..."
Date:Oct 15 1964
Publication:Twin Falls, Idaho, United States of America
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Text:"... University, to 8 30 p.m. at the Cory High and Prof. FeodorLynen of the j School gymnasium. Max-Planck Institute in Munich, i Soup, sandwiches, pie and dramatic news conference that Jenkins had resigned..."
Date:Oct 15 1964
Publication:Brazil, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... of the United States. Konrad Sloch, German born lAmerican.-Jand 'Dr. FeodorLynen of Wort Ger- many. ilJterature Sar- tre of France. He has rejectc'd prize. Prizes will'be. form a 115- award- ed jiu Stockholm..."
Date:Oct 29 1964
Publication:Sitka, Alaska, United States of America
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Text:"...- rad Bloch. 52, split the prie for physiology and medicine with German FeodorLynen, 53, of Munich, for their research in :he fight against heart disease. The two were credited with im- portant..."
Date:Dec 11 1964
Publication:Salisbury, Maryland, United States of America
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Text:".... Block who shared the award with FeodorLynen, a German, n 19G4. Last year the Nobel medicine irize went to three French scicn-ists for discovering a new class of. genus in human cells. Profs. Andre..."
Date:Oct 13 1966
Publication:Bridgeport, Connecticut, United States of America
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Text:"... American Konrad Bloch and German FeodorLynen. The two were awarded the prize for their discover- ies concerning the mechanism and regulation of cholesterol and fatty acid metabolism. Bloch is German..."
Date:Oct 15 1964
Publication:Benton Harbor, Michigan, United States of America
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Text:"... Pnze m medicine and physiology with FeodorLynen for studies of the composition of cholesterol and fatlv acids. He identified the chemical process by which the body turns acetic acid into cnoiesteroi..."
Date:Oct 19 2000
Publication:Syracuse, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... The 1964 Nobel Prize for Medi-ithat cholesterol during recent cine was awarded jointly today! years has become a word of to American Konrad Bloch and common usage in relation to the German FeodorLynen..."
Date:Oct 15 1964
Publication:Fergus Falls, Minnesota, United States of America