Albert Szent-Gyorgyi

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United States biochemist (born in Hungary) who was the first to isolate vitamin C (1893-1986)

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(2) Department of Ophthalmology, Albert Szent-Gyorgyi Clinical Center, University of Szeged, Szeged, Hungary
Albert Szent-Gyorgyi, who was the recipient of the Nobel Prize for Physiology and Medicine in 1937.
Albert Szent-Gyorgyi reports isolating hexuronic acid, later identified as vitamin C (9/20/30, p.
16 -- Google today celebrates the 118th birth anniversary of Hungarian physiologist Albert Szent-Gyorgyi with a doodle.
I love the quote by Albert Szent-Gyorgyi, "Discovery consists of looking at the same thing as everyone else and thinking something different."
Albert Szent-Gyorgyi, discovered ascorbic acid, vitamin C, he came across other related nutrients, which are flavonoids.
Pauling's ideas about vitamin C partly echoed another Nobel Prize winner, whom he called "the most charming scientist in the world": Albert Szent-Gyorgyi (Allchin, 2007).
In 1937 the Nobel prize for "Physiology or Medicine" was awarded to Albert Szent-Gyorgyi, a professor of biochemistry at the University of Szeged in Hungary.
The Nobel laureate Albert Szent-Gyorgyi isolated ascorbic acid in 1932, and today we are able to buy inexpensive megadoses of vitamin C.
Albert Szent-Gyorgyi, who won the Nobel Prize for his discovery of vitamin C.
In 1976, he moved to the Institute of Pathophysiology of the Albert Szent-Gyorgyi Medical University in Szeged, Hungary.
The "grandfather" of biologically active flavonoids is Albert Szent-Gyorgyi, who was awarded the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine in 1937 for his discovery of vitamin C.
31, at 90; James Rainwater, the Nobel Prize-winning physicist, May 31, at 68; Albert Szent-Gyorgyi, Nobel Prize winner for isolating vitamin C, Oct.