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  Albrecht Kossel Summary   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Kossel showed that nuclein was actually composed of a protein portion and a non-protein portion, which was the nucleic acid.
Albrecht Kossel was one of the earliest scientists to apply the exact methods of organic chemistry to problems in the chemistry of living tissue.
From 1887 to 1895, Kossel was a professor at the University of Berlin.
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  Albrecht Kossel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Kossel was born in Rostock as the son of Prussian consul Albrecht Kossel and his wife Clara.
In 1872, Kossel went to the University of Strasbourg to study medicine, where he visited lectures of Anton de Bary, Waldeyer, Kundt, Baeyer and Felix Hoppe-Seyler.
Kossel was awarded the 1910 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for research in cell biology, especially proteins and nucleic acids.
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 Albrecht Kossel
Kossel was born in Rostock as the son of Prussian consul Albrecht Kossel and his wife Clara.
In 1872, Kossel went to the University of Strassburg[?] to study medicine, where he visited lectures of Anton de Bary, Waldeyer, Kundt, Baeyer[?] and Felix Hoppe-Seyler[?].
Kossel was awarded the 1910 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for research in cell biology, especially proteins and nucleic acids.
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 Albrecht Kossel – Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Ludwig Karl Martin Leonhard Albrecht Kossel was born in Rostock on September 16, 1853.
Kossel's field of work was physiological chemistry, especially the chemistry of tissues and cells; his activities as a teacher in the University, however, extended to general physiology, which in his time was in most German universities still not separated from physiological chemistry.
Kossel had one daughter and one son, Walther (1888-1956), who became a prominent Professor of Theoretical Physics at Kiel until he moved to the corresponding position at the Danzig Institute of Technology (1932-1945), and in 1947 became Professor at Tübingen University.
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 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Albrecht Kossel
Kossel's field of work was physiological chemistry, especially the chemistry of tissues and cells.
One of Kossel's students was American biochemist Edwin B. Hart, who would later return to the United States to participate in the "Single-grain experiment" (1907-1911) and be part of research teams that would determine the nutritive causes of anemia and goiter.
Kossel had one daughter and one son, Walther (1888-1956), who was a prominent Professor of Theoretical Physics at Danzig Institute of Technology (1932-1945).
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 Albrecht Kossel - Biography
Albrecht Kossel was an honorary doctor of the Universities of Cambridge, Dublin, Ghent, Greifswald, St. Andrews and Edinburgh, and a member of various Academies, among which are the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences and the Royal Society of Sciences of Uppsala.
Kossel's field of work was physiological chemistry, especially the chemistry of tissues and cells; his activities as a teacher in the University, however, extended to general physiology, which in his time was in most German universities still not separated from physiological chemistry.
Kossel had one daughter and one son, Walther (1888-1956), who became a prominent Professor of Theoretical Physics at Kiel until he moved to the corresponding position at the Danzig Institute of Technology (1932-1945), and in 1947 became Professor at Tübingen University.
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 Albrecht Kossel (1853-1927)
Kossel defendió la separación de las cátedras de fisiología y de química médica en las universidades alemanas.
Kossel tuvo una hija y un hijo, Walther (1888-1956), quien llegó a ser un destacado profesor de física teórica en Kiel, en el Instituto Tecnológico de Danzig y en la Universidad de Tübingen.
Hablamos de reacción de Kossel para indicar que la hipoxantina se manifiesta en un líquido por adición de zinc y ácido clorhídrico y sosa caústica en exceso que producen una coloración roja.
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 Nobel Prize in Medicine 1910 - Heidelberg Medical School
The studies to which Professor Kossel has devoted himself for more than a quarter of a century are links in a continuous chain of investigation which seeks, as directly as is at present possible, to steer our knowledge towards this goal.
Kossel has chosen to devote himself to this field of research, and it is for his work in this respect that the Nobel Prize has been awarded to him this year.
For certain protamines Kossel, thanks to his methods of determination, has in fact been able to establish the quantitative relationships of the building blocks making up these protamines, a goal which we seem to be far from attaining where the other proteins are concerned.
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 MSN Encarta - Search Results - Haller Albrecht von   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Haller, Albrecht von (1708-1777), Swiss physician, botanist, and poet, considered one of the greatest modern physiologists.
Wallenstein, Albrecht Wenzel von (1583-1634), Bohemian general who commanded imperial armies in the Danish and Swedish phases of the Thirty Years' War.
In 1521 Lucas met the German painter and engraver Albrecht Dürer in Antwerp (in what is now Belgium) and was influenced by this famous contemporary...
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 Albrecht Kossel Beschreibung in Library - Definition und Buch-Tipp.
Albrecht Kossel (* 16.09 1853 in Rostock, † 5.07 1927 in Heidelberg) war ein deutscher Mediziner und Physiologe.
Er begann seine Forschungen mit einer Konzentration auf den Zellkern und wandte sich dann mehr und mehr den Proteinen zu, außerdem den Veränderungen von Proteinen bei der Umwandlung in Peptide, den Peptidkomponenten der Zelle sowie der Identifizierung der kleinsten Proteine.
Albrecht Kossel hatte eine Tochter und einen Sohn, Walther Kossel.
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 Albrecht --  Encyclopædia Britannica   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The son of a goldsmith, Albrecht Dürer became known as the “prince of German artists.” He was the first to fuse the richness of the Italian Renaissance to the harsher northern European arts of painting, drawing, and engraving.
The leading member of a group of 16th-century German artists known as the Danube school, painter, printmaker, and draftsman Albrecht Altdorfer was one of the founders of landscape painting.
U.S. physicist Hans Albrecht Bethe was born in Strasbourg, Alsace-Lorraine.
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 Nobel Prize in Medicine 1910 - Heidelberg Medical School   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The studies to which Professor Kossel has devoted himself for more than a quarter of a century are links in a continuous chain of investigation which seeks, as directly as is at present possible, to steer our knowledge towards this goal.
Kossel has chosen to devote himself to this field of research, and it is for his work in this respect that the Nobel Prize has been awarded to him this year.
For certain protamines Kossel, thanks to his methods of determination, has in fact been able to establish the quantitative relationships of the building blocks making up these protamines, a goal which we seem to be far from attaining where the other proteins are concerned.
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 Albrecht Kossel - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Albrecht Kossel - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Kossel, Albrecht (1853-1927), German physiologist and Nobel laureate who made pioneering advancements in the understanding of nucleic acids,...
Dürer, Albrecht (1471-1528), the most famous artist of Reformation Germany, widely known for his paintings, drawings, prints, and theoretical...
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 Kossel Albrecht - Search Results - ninemsn Encarta
Kossel Albrecht - Search Results - ninemsn Encarta
Kossel, Albrecht (1853-1927), German biochemist and Nobel laureate, born in Rostock and educated at the University of Strasbourg.
Ritschl, Albrecht (1822-1889), German Protestant theologian, who founded one of the most influential schools of modern theology.
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 Kossel, Albrecht
In 1895 he became professor of physiology and director of the Physiological Institute at Marburg, going in 1901 to a similar post at Heidelberg, where he eventually became director of the Heidelberg Institute for Protein Investigation.
In 1879 Kossel began studying the recently isolated substances known as "nucleins" (nucleoproteins), which he showed to consist of a protein portion and a nonprotein portion (nucleic acid).
Kossel also discovered the amino acid histidine (1896), thymic acid, and agmatine.
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 The Hutchinson Encyclopedia: Kossel, Albrecht (1853-1927)@ HighBeam Research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
German biochemist who was awarded a Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine in 1910 for his study of cell proteins and nucleic acids.
Kossel was born at Rostock, and studied medicine at Rostock and at Strasbourg.
He continued with research into chemistry at Strasbourg until 1883, when he was appointed director of the Chemical Division of the Berlin Physiological Institute.
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 Albrecht Kossel Biography | World of Chemistry   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Thus, the word nuclein was eventually replaced by the more specific term nucleoprotein, and the nonprotein portion came to be called nucleic acid.Nucleic acids differed from any other natural products that were known up to that point.
Based on such impressive achievements, Kossel received many honors in addition to the 1910 Nobel Prize.
Kossel died on July 5, 1927, in Heidelberg, Germany, after a brief illness.
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 Kossel, Albrecht
Ludwig Karl Martin Leonhard Albrecht Kossel was born in Rostock on September 16, 1853.
He was the eldest son of the merchant and Prussian consul Albrecht Kossel and his wife Clara, née Jeppe.
He was also the author of Die Probleme der Biochemie (The problems of biochemistry), 1908; Die Beziehungen der Chemie zur Physiologie (The relationships between chemistry and physiology), which was a contribution to Kultur der Gegenwart, 1913.
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 AllRefer.com - Albrecht Kossel (Medicine, Biography) - Encyclopedia
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Albrecht Kossel[Al´brekht kOs´ul] Pronunciation Key, 1853–1927, German physiologist.
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 AllRefer.com - Albrecht Kossel Information
German biochemist who was awarded a Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine in 1910 for his study of cell proteins and nucleic acids.
Kossel was born at Rostock, and studied medicine at Rostock and at Strasbourg.
He continued with research into chemistry at Strasbourg until 1883, when he was appointed director of the Chemical Division of the Berlin Physiological Institute.
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 Albrecht Kossel
Danach bekommt Kossel eine Assistentenstelle bei seinem ehemaligen Lehrer Hoppe-Seyler
Albrecht Kossel hatte eine Tochter und einen Sohn
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 Albrecht Kosel   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
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 Commentary on Gaspar Jekely's article in EMBO reports, July 2002   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Referring to the reconstruction of proteins in the body from degraded proteins in food, Kossel said in a Harvey lecture in 1911, 'In order to understand fully the change we must remember that the proteins are composed of Bausteine united in very different ways.
The term Bausteine was not tantamount to Kossel's hypothesis 'that large polymers can be built from repeated units of similar nature', but it was simply his way of saying that the amino acids are the building blocks of proteins, as every biochemistry text book states today.
Back in 1911, Kossel, however, believed that they were building blocks of just very small proteins; short peptides—he could imagine words but not sentences nor even books.
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 Albrecht Kossel -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Albrecht Kossel -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article
Ludwig Karl Martin Leonhard Albrecht Kossel (September 16, 1853 - July 5, 1927), (A person of German nationality) German medical doctor.
He graduated in 1878 at the (Click link for more info and facts about University of Rostock) University of Rostock.
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 This week in science history | The San Diego Union-Tribune
Albrecht Kossel, German biochemist and 1910 Nobelist in physiology or medicine, in 1853.
Wilhelm Roux, German zoologist and founder of experimental embryology, at age of 74 in 1924.
It was of a solar eclipse he observed from his home in Derby.
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 On Theophylline, Leukocytes, and Chicken Soup -- Rabe 165 (10): 1351 -- American Journal of Respiratory and Critical ...
before Kossel's death, that the bronchodilator effect was described.
Kossel has not yet witnessed in the 114 years since his Berlin
Kossel A. Ueber eine neue Base aus dem Pflanzenreich.
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 Albrecht Kossel Winner of the 1910 Nobel Prize in Medicine
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 Albrecht Kossel Winner of the 1910 Nobel Prize in Medicine
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