Lynen

[ lee-nen ]
/ ˈli nɛn /

noun

Fe·o·dor [fey-aw-dawr] /feɪˈɔ dɔr/,1911–1979, German biochemist: Nobel Prize in Medicine 1964.

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Example sentences from the Web for lynen

  • “Apium is good for lunatyke Folke yf it be bounde to the pacyentes heed with a lynen clothe dyed reed,” etc.

    The Old English Herbals|Eleanour Sinclair Rohde
  • Also the China Capt. gave me a peec of China lynen to mak breeches of, etc.

Medical definitions for lynen

Lynen
[ lēnən, lü- ]
Feodor 1911-1979

German biochemist. He shared a 1964 Nobel Prize for research on cholesterol and fatty acid metabolism.
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