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Theorell

[ tey-oh-rel ]
/ ˈteɪ oʊˌrɛl /
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noun

Ax·el Hu·go Te·o·dor [ahk-suhl -hoo-goh -te-oh-dawr], /ˈɑk səl ˈhu goʊ ˈtɛ oʊˌdɔr/, 1903–82, Swedish biochemist: Nobel Prize in medicine 1955.

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Medical definitions for Theorell

Theorell
[ tā′ə-rĕl ]
Axel Hugo Theodor 1903-1982

Swedish biochemist. He won a 1955 Nobel Prize for research on the oxidation of enzymes.
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