[vahr-boo rk; English wawr-burg]
- Ot·to Hein·rich [awt-oh hahyn-rikh] /ˈɔt oʊ ˈhaɪn rɪx/, 1883–1970, German physiologist: Nobel Prize in medicine 1931.
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- Otto (Heinrich) (ˈoto). 1883–1970, German biochemist and physiologist: Nobel prize for physiology or medicine (1931) for his work on respiratory enzymes
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Warburg(wôr′bərg, vär′burk′)Otto Heinrich 1883-1970
- German biochemist. He won a 1931 Nobel Prize for research on the respiration of cells.
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