Palade, George Emil

January 2009
World Book Science Dataset;1/1/2009, p1
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Palade, George Emil (1912-), a Romanian-born cell biologist, shared the 1974 Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine with Christian Ren� de Duve of Belgium and Albert Claude of the United States for trailblazing work in cell biology. Palade's contributions involved the development of electron microscopy, his discovery of the ribosome, and his studies of the Golgi apparatus.


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