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Author Report for: Heilbronn E

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Heilbronn Edith
Stockholm University, Dept Neurochemistry & Neurotoxicology, S-10691 Stockholm
Phone : 46 8164269
Fax : 46 8161371
Edith Heilbronn was born in 1925, in Furth, Northern Bavaria. and died on May 11, 1999. She was the main instigator of the series of International Symposia on Cholinergic Mechanisms. The first (1970) she organised in Skokloster, an old castle near Uppsala. She was the head of the Biochemistry Department of the Swedish Defence Research Establishment in Uppsala. She worked on the O/P nerve gases, then on the isolation of the nicotinic acetylcholine receptor and the induction of an experimental form of myasthenia gravis by injecting it into rabbits. A tribute to her work was given by Victor P Whittaker at the 11th international symposium on cholinergic mechanisms (St Moritz) in 2002 (Whittaker 2004).

(only selected references for ESTHER. Possibly more references in PubMed. Beware of homonymes. This author worked on 0 Gene_locus.)

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