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De Duve, Christian

LC control no.n 84008508
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Personal name headingDe Duve, Christian
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Variant(s)Duve, Christian de
De Duve, C. (Christian)
Associated countryBelgium
Birth date19171002
Death date20130504
Place of birthThames Ditton, England
Place of deathNethen, Belgium
Field of activityBiochemistry Cytology
AffiliationRockefeller University
Université catholique de Louvain (1970- )
Université catholique de Louvain (1835-1969)
Profession or occupationNobel Prize winner
Biochemist College teacher
Found inHis A guided tour of the living cell, c1984: CIP t.p. (Christian de Duve) data sht. (de Duve, Christian) verso t.p. (de Duve Trust)
LC data base, 4-6-84 (hdg.: Duve, Christian de; usage: C. de Duve)
His Blueprint for a cell, c1990: CIP t.p. (Christian de Duve) data sheet (b. 10/2/17)
His Vital dust, 1994: CIP data sheet (Christian Rene de Duve)
New York times (online), viewed May 7, 2013 (in obituary published May 6: Dr. Christian de Duve; b. Christian René de Duve, Oct. 2, 1917, Thames Ditton, to Belgians who had fled to England during World War I; when the war ended, his family returned to Belgium and settled in Antwerp; d. Saturday [May 4, 2013], Nethen, aged 95; Belgian biochemist whose discoveries about the internal workings of cells shed light on genetic disorders like Tay-Sachs disease and helped give birth to the field of modern cell biology, earning him a Nobel Prize)
Associated languagefre eng