Delbruck


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United States biologist (born in Germany) who studied how viruses infect living cells (1906-1981)

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Delbruck, "Ddd17: End-to-end davis driving dataset, arXiv preprint," Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, 2017
* Address correspondence to this author at: Molecular Epidemiology Research Group, Max Delbruck Center for Molecular Medicine in the Helmholtz Association, Robert-Rossle- Strasse 10, 13125 Berlin, Germany.
In 1958, the molecular biologist Max Delbruck, sent a string of 229 letters corresponding to the DNA bases to his colleague George Beadle, who had gone to Stockholm to receive the Nobel Prize.
Delbruck, "Mutations of bacteria from virus sensitivity to virus resistance," Genetics, vol.
We have the evidence of recent German history, and of such pro-German authorities as Professor Hans Delbruck and Dr.
It turns out that a different protein, TrkA, is the key to the missing pain signals, Gary Lewin of the Max Delbruck Center for Molecular Medicine in Berlin and colleagues report in the Oct.
Schlieffen's interest in encirclement was enhanced, rather ironically, by his reading an analysis of the battle of Cannae in 216 BCE by Hans Delbruck (1848-1929), the one-time scourge of the German General Staff.
I was impressed by the emigre scientists from Italy and Germany, Salvador Luria and Max Delbruck, and their demonstration that antibiotic resistance in bacteria arises by random, stable mutation, rather than being induced by an antibiotic.
A special kind of immune cell serves as an intermediary between gut bacteria and the brain, according to Susanne Wolf from Max Delbruck Centre for Molecular Medicine in Germany.
Salvador Luria and Max Delbruck addressed this question in the 1940s with an elegant system called "fluctuation analysis." (1)
Guidelines developed by scientists at the Max Delbruck Center for Molecular Medicine (MDC) in the Helmholtz Association make it possible for researchers all over the world to obtain the coveted stem cells.
[52.] Saffman PG, Delbruck M (1975) Brownian motion in biological membranes.
1975) or fluctuation test (Luria and Delbruck 1943; Hubbard et al.