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  1. Religious beliefs. Family. Death. Awards and honours. Legacy. References. External links. Christian de Duve. Christian René Marie Joseph, Viscount de Duve (2 October 1917 – 4 May 2013) was a Nobel Prize-winning Belgian cytologist and biochemist. [2] .

  2. Apr 30, 2024 · Christian René de Duve (born October 2, 1917, Thames Ditton, Surrey, England—died May 4, 2013, Nethen, Belgium) was a Belgian cytologist and biochemist who discovered lysosomes (the digestive organelles of the cell) and peroxisomes (organelles that are the site of metabolic processes involving hydrogen peroxide).

  3. The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1974 was awarded jointly to Albert Claude, Christian de Duve and George E. Palade "for their discoveries concerning the structural and functional organization of the cell"

  4. Jun 19, 2013 · Christian de Duve (1917–2013) Günter Blobel. Nature 498 , 300 ( 2013) Cite this article. 8713 Accesses. 7 Citations. 16 Altmetric. Metrics. Biologist who won a Nobel prize for insights into...

  5. May 4, 2013 · Christian de Duve. The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1974. Born: 2 October 1917, Thames Ditton, United Kingdom. Died: 4 May 2013, Nethen, Belgium. Affiliation at the time of the award: Rockefeller University, New York, NY, USA; Université Catholique de Louvain, Louvain, Belgium.

  6. May 6, 2013 · Dr. Christian de Duve, a 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...

  7. COPY LINK. Christian de Duve, Andrew W. Mellon Professor emeritus at The Rockefeller University and one of the founding fathers of the modern field of cell biology, died Saturday, May 4, at the age of 95. He chose to die by an act of euthanasia, surrounded by all four of his children.

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