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  1. 2 days ago · Otto Heinrich Warburg, Emil's son, furthered the family's academic prestige through his groundbreaking work in biochemistry. Born in Freiburg, he was deeply influenced by his father's scientific environment.

  2. Jun 28, 2024 · Otto Warburg's work on cancer metabolism has far-reaching implications that extend beyond oncology, touching various facets of medical and health fields. His pioneering research into how cancer cells produce energy differently from normal cells has paved the way for a deeper understanding of cellular metabolism, influencing treatments and ...

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  3. Jul 3, 2024 · List of Jewish Nobel laureates. Of the 965 individual recipients of the Nobel Prize and the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences between 1901 and 2023, [1] at least 214 have been Jews or people with at least one Jewish parent, representing 22% of all recipients.

  4. Jun 20, 2024 · Otto Heinrich Warburg is best remembered for his research on cell oxidation and the cancer-causing effect of oxygen. He had established that cancerous cells can survive and grow without oxygen.

    • 140 years
    • Otto Heinrich Warburg
    • 08 Oct, 1883
    • Libra
  5. Jul 3, 2024 · Dive into the electrifying world of Otto Heinrich Warburg! Test your knowledge on the groundbreaking discoveries of this Nobel-winning German physiologist. Are you ready to unravel the mysteries of cellular respiration?

  6. 4 days ago · This list of Nobel laureates by university affiliation shows the university affiliations of individual winners of the Nobel Prize since 1901 and the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences since 1969. The affiliations are those at the time of the Nobel Prize announcement. [1]

  7. Jun 21, 2024 · Cancer cells metabolize a large fraction of glucose to lactate, even under a sufficient oxygen supply. This phenomenon—the “Warburg Effect”—is often regarded as not yet understood.

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