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Dutch physician who discovered that beriberi is caused by a nutritional deficiency (1858-1930)

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Author affiliations: Eijkman Institute for Molecular Biology, Jakarta, Indonesia (A.
Din Syafruddin, PhD, and Puji, BSA, BSc, PhD, for helping us to obtain approval ethical clearance by Faculty of Medicine in the University of Hasanuddin Makassar and opportunity for doing research in the Eijkman Institute for Molecular Biology.
About 15 years later a Dutch physician in the East Indies, Christiaan Eijkman, noted that chickens fed mostly polished rice also contracted beriberi but recovered when fed rice polishings.
He studied biochemistry at Cambridge University and then worked in the Biochemistry Department, which was founded by Frederick Gowland Hopkins, who himself received a Nobel Prize in 1929, together with Christiaan Eijkman, for the discovery of vitamins.
Hagen, Douglas and natural selection; Whittaker's Allchin, and Fred Singer five-kingdom system; Margulis and HarperCollins, 1996 endosymbiosis; Stevens and sex chromosomes; Morgan's mutants; Avery and bacterial transformation; Krebs and respiration; Mitchell and chemiosmosis; Cannon and homeostasis; Selye and stress; Eijkman and beriberi; science and acupuncture; Burnet and antibodies; Tinbergen and sticklebacks; Hardy, Weinberg, Haldane and population genetics; Simpson and biogeography; and Carson and Silent Spring.
Eijkman, H 2002, 'Reframing the First Year Experience: The critical role of 'recognition work' in achieving curricular justice', 6th Pacific Rim First Year in Higher Education Conference: Changing Agendas--Te Ao Hurihuri Proceedings, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand, 8-10 July 2002.
Required tests from the Health Research and Development Agency and the independent Eijkman Foundation showed the man from Indragiri Hulu Regency in Riau Province died Tuesday from the virus.
Specifically, women reported having dental anxiety more frequently than men, while men more commonly experienced severe dental fear and phobia (Berggren; Doebling & Rowe, 2000; Doerr, Lang, Nyguist, & Ronis, 1998; Locker, Shapior, & Liddell, 1996; Rowe & Moore, 1998; Schuurs, Duivenvooreen, Van Velzen, Verhage, Eijkman, & Makkes, 1985).
Gorter, Eijkman, and Hoogstraten found that Dutch dentists who attended a career counseling program that focused on cognitive and behavioral techniques reported less emotional exhaustion and greater personal accomplishments than did the dentists who did not attend the individual and group counseling sessions.