Tiselius



Arne
[ahr-nuh] /ˈɑr nə/ (Show IPA), 1902–71, Swedish biochemist: Nobel prize 1948.

Tiselius Ti·se·li·us (tē-sā’lē-əs), Arne Wilhelm Kaurin. 1902-1971.

Swedish biochemist. He won a 1948 Nobel Prize for his study of serum proteins.

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