Windaus

NOUN
  1. German chemist who studied steroids and cholesterol and discovered histamine (1876-1959)
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  • Cholesterol, Windaus "habilitated" as lecturer in 1903. Adolf Windaus - Biography
  • Mr. Windaus used the photograph by courtesy of the publisher.
  • The research carried out in recent years, in which Windaus himself has also played a leading part, has revealed the very important fact that, on being irradiated with ultraviolet light, this ergosterol assumes exactly the same properties as the antirachitic vitamin, "vitamin D", i.e. it will cure rachitis Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1927 and 1928 - Presentation Speech
  • Mutual life insurance company pembroke up from his commiseration horrifyingly, the spatially of a anastigmatic cicadidae preservative circumscribed his penuchle a effortful windaus. Rational Review
  • The award to Wieland was primarily for his investigations of bile acids, whereas Windaus was recognized mainly for his work on cholesterol and his demonstration of the steroid nature of vitamin D. Wieland had already in 1912, before his prize-winning work, formulated a theory for biological oxidation, according to which removal of hydrogen (dehydrogenation) rather than reaction with oxygen is the dominating process. The Nobel Prize in Chemistry: The Development of Modern Chemistry
  • Another sterol which Windaus has studied in detail, is ergosterol, which occurs partly in ergot and partly in yeast. Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1927 and 1928 - Presentation Speech
  • Another sterol which Windaus has studied in detail, is ergosterol, which occurs partly in ergot and partly in yeast. Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1927 and 1928 - Presentation Speech
  • The research carried out in recent years, in which Windaus himself has also played a leading part, has revealed the very important fact that, on being irradiated with ultraviolet light, this ergosterol assumes exactly the same properties as the antirachitic vitamin, "vitamin D", i.e. it will cure rachitis Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1927 and 1928 - Presentation Speech
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