Katz

[ kats ]
/ kæts /

noun

Sir Ber·nard [bur-nerd] /ˈbɜr nərd/,1911–2003, British biophysicist, born in Germany: Nobel Prize in Medicine 1970.

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British Dictionary definitions for katz

Katz
/ (ˈkæts) /

noun

Sir Bernard. 1911–2003, British neurophysiologist, born in Germany. Shared the Nobel prize for physiology or medicine (1970) with Julius Axelrod and Ulf von Euler
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Medical definitions for katz

Katz
[ kăts ]
Bernard 1911-2003

German-born British physiologist. He shared a 1970 Nobel Prize for the study of nerve impulse transmission.
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