Bergström

/ (Swedish ˈbærjstrøm) /

noun

Sune (ˈsʊnə). 1916–2004, Swedish biochemist; shared the Nobel prize for medicine and physiology (1982) for work on prostaglandin

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Example sentences from the Web for Bergström

  • Bergstrom was waiting in his office when Zarwell arrived that evening.

    Monkey On His Back|Charles V. De Vet
  • Bergstrom's two-piece orchestra was in the throes of its jazziest fox-trot number.

    Half Portions|Edna Ferber
  • Now that the crisis seemed to be past, Bergstrom spoke more calmly, even allowed himself to relax.

    Monkey On His Back|Charles V. De Vet
  • “A good man must have done that job on your mind,” Bergstrom commented.

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Medical definitions for Bergström

Bergstrom
[ bĕrgstrəm ]
Sune Karl 1916-2004

Swedish biochemist and physician. He shared a 1982 Nobel Prize for research into the chemical structure of prostaglandins.
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