Domagk

[ doh-mahk ]
/ ˈdoʊ mɑk /

noun

Ger·hard [ger-hahrt], /ˈgɛr hɑrt/, 1895–1964, German physician: declined 1939 Nobel Prize at the demand of Nazi government.

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British Dictionary definitions for Domagk

Domagk
/ (German ˈdoːmak) /

noun

Gerhard (ˈɡeːrhart). 1895–1964, German biochemist: Nobel prize for medicine (1939) for isolating sulphanilamide for treating bacterial infections
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Medical definitions for Domagk

Domagk
[ dōmäk′ ]
Gerhard 1895-1964

German biochemist. He won a 1939 Nobel Prize for his work on the antibacterial effect of sulfa drugs but declined the award at the instruction of the German government.
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