Maurice Stroun

Maurice Stroun Maurice Stroun (September 3, 1926 – August 2017) was a Swiss researcher and professor at the University of Geneva in the Department of Plant Biochemistry and Physiology. He is known for first hypothesizing and demonstrating the existence of disease-specific circulating nucleic acids as well as first developing techniques for the detection of tumor-related characteristics of circulating DNA and RNA in plasma and serum, or liquid biopsies as this field is now known. Provided by Wikipedia
Contribution a l' etude du developpement des cereales (le photostade, l' hybridation, vegetative)
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