[ hahrt-lahyn ]
/ ˈhɑrt laɪn /
Hal·dan Kef·fer [hawl-duhn -kef-er], /ˈhɔl dən ˈkɛf ər/, 1903–83, U.S. physiologist: Nobel Prize in Medicine 1967.
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Haldan Keffer 1903-1983
[ härt′līn′ ]
American biophysicist. He shared a 1967 Nobel Prize for research on the physiological and electrical activities of the optic nerve and the eye.
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