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Prof. Max Cremer

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ON May 22, a few weeks only after celebrating his seventieth birthday, Max Cremer, emeritus professor of physiology in the University of Berlin and formerly head of the Physiological Institute of the Veterinary College, Berlin, died in Munich. He was one of the last representatives of the classical German school of physiologists who mastered both biochemistry and biophysics.

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ROSENBERG, H. Prof. Max Cremer. Nature 136, 172–173 (1935). https://doi.org/10.1038/136172a0

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