[ oo-sahy ]
/ uˈsaɪ /
Ber·nar·do Al·ber·to [ber-nahr-th aw ahl-ver-taw] /bɛrˈnɑr ðɔ ɑlˈvɛr tɔ/,1887–1971, Argentine physiologist: Nobel Prize in Medicine 1947.
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Medical definitions for houssay
Bernardo Alberto 1887-1971
[ ōō-sī′ ]
Argentine physiologist. He shared a 1947 Nobel Prize for research on pituitary hormones.
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