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de Duve

[duh dy-vuh]
noun
Christian René [krees-tyahn ruh-ney] , Duve, Christian René de.
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Duve

[dy-vuh]
noun
Christian René de [krees-tyahn ruh-ney duh] , born 1917, Belgian biologist, born in England: Nobel Prize in Medicine 1974.
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de Duve (də dyːv)
 
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Christian. born 1917, Belgian biochemist, who discovered lysosomes: shared the Nobel prize (1974) for his work in cell biology

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Duve Du·ve (dōō'və, dü'-), Christian Marie René Joseph de. Born 1917.

British-born Belgian physiologist. He shared a 1974 Nobel Prize for contributions to the understanding of the components of living cells.

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