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Szent-Györgyi

[ sent-jur-jee; Hungarian sent-dyœr-dyi ]
/ sɛntˈdʒɜr dʒi; Hungarian sɛntˈdyœr dyɪ /
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noun
Al·bert [al-bert; Hungarian ol-bert], /ˈæl bərt; Hungarian ˈɒl bɛrt/, 1893–1986, U.S. biochemist, born in Hungary: Nobel Prize in medicine 1937.
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Szent-Györgyi
/ (sɛntˈdʒɜːdʒɪ) /

noun
Albert (von Nagyrapolt). 1893–1986, US biochemist, born in Hungary, who isolated ascorbic acid and identified it as vitamin C. Nobel prize for physiology or medicine 1937
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Medical definitions for Szent-Györgyi

Szent-Györgyi
[ sānt-jôrjē, sĕnt-dyœrdyĭ ]
Albert 1893-1986

Hungarian-born American biochemist who was the first to isolate vitamin C. He won a 1937 Nobel Prize for discoveries relating to biological combustion.
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