RÖMPP Encyclopedia Natural Products, 1st Edition, 2000

Author: Burkhard Fugmann,Susanne Lang-Fugmann,Wolfgang Steglich

Publisher: Georg Thieme Verlag

ISBN: 3131795514

Category: Science

Page: 748

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Compiled by German natural products chemist Wolfgang Steglich and his co-editors Burkhard Fugmann and Susanne Lang-Fugmann, RÖMPP Encyclopedia Natural Products provides highly reliable and comprehensive information on the 6,000 most relevant natural substances, including 15,000 cross references and 2,200 formulas. The book contains descriptions of the different substance classes and important analytical methods, comprehensive indices of Latin Species names and molecular formulas as well as a vast amount of cross referencing. It has been compiled by 40 leaders in their respective fields. Written in a clear, consistent style and thoroughly copy edited, this is a must-have reference work for chemists, biochemists working with natural products, researchers in plant protection, pharmacists and medical researchers, biologists working in drug research as well as microbiologists and botanists working on microorganisms, plants or marine organisms, and interested layman.


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Forschung ohne Tierversuche 2000

Author: H. Schöffl,H. Spielmann,F. Gruber,H. Appl,F. Harrer,W. Pfaller,H.A. Tritthart

Publisher: Springer-Verlag

ISBN: 3709167604

Category: Medical

Page: 478

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Einheit und Verschiedenheit

Author: Adolf Portmann,Rudolf Ritsema

Publisher: Brill Archive

ISBN: 9789004060340

Category: Einheit - Un

Page: 430

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Genetic and Therapeutic Aspects of Lipid and Purine Metabolism

Author: Günther Wolfram

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 3642613225

Category: Medical

Page: 162

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This publication of a symposium held on 24 th and 25 th of June 1988 in Munich th is dedicated to Nepomuk Zollner on the occasion of his 65 birthday, expressing the best wishes of the authors. Nepomuk Zollner was born in the northern part of Bavaria. While a medical student in Munich he was called up to military duty in the last year of World War II. After achieving excellent results on his examinations he served as a physician in several hospitals in Munich and soon became interested in inborn errors of metabolism. In order to receive the best education possible at that time he joined the group of S. J. Thannhauser, the famous German emigrant, in Boston where he worked from 1951 to 1953. There he was able to continue his studies on lipids, which he had started in 1948, and begin with his studies on purine metabolism. While working in Thannhauser's laboratory he learned to think and act according to the strict laws of natural SCIence. After returning to Europe he concentrated his scientific work on purines and lipids. Gout and hyperlipoproteinemias from the genetic to the therapeutic aspects remained the dominating topics of his research activities. In spite of many obligations as head of the Medical Polyclinic of the University of Munich and many activities at the university and in scientific societies Zollner's foremost intent continued to be the development and progress of natural science in medicine.