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January 10, 2010

ac/dc?

srikanth @ 9:30 pm, GMT +0000 ( 1263159040 ) Play

What connects?

Cracked by krudebox , shrik , Gurupad , udupendra , shenoyvarun86 , Aditya , varuns88 , sidsen , Chinmaya U.Holla , Raghuvansh , Debasish , Rogi and Kaushik

Answer:

(1) is Karl Landsteiner and (2) is Alexander S. Wiener. Their pioneering work on blood typing lead them to discover the so-called Rhesus factor (the +ve and -ve part of your blood type), named after their discoveries in the Rhesus Macaque (3).


18 Responses to “ac/dc?”

  1. krudebox
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    Wiener and Landsteiner. The Rh blood group system.


  2. Chinmaya U.Holla
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    Rh Factor.Karl Landsteiner,Alexander Wiener,Rhesus monkey.


  3. shrik
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    1. Karl Landsteiner
    2. Alexander Weiner
    3. Rhesus Macaque

    Connect is the Rh factor in blood.


  4. Dibyo
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    cannot see pic # 3


  5. Rh factor


  6. Raghuvansh
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    Landsteiner, Wiener, Rh(esus) factor


  7. Rh Factor?


  8. Rogi
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    Karl Landsteiner (1) and Alexander Wiener (2) discovered the Rh factor in 1937 (named after the Rhesus macaques [3] used as test subjects).


  9. Kaushik

    The Rhesus Macaque (bottom pic) is well known to science owing to its relatively easy upkeep in captivity, and has been used extensively in medical and biological research. It has given its name to the Rhesus factor, one of the elements of a person’s blood group, by the discoverers of the factor, Karl Landsteiner (top pic) and Alexander Wiener (middle pic)


  10. Kaushik

    The Rhesus Macaque (bottom pic) is well known to science owing to its relatively easy upkeep in captivity, and has been used extensively in medical and biological research. It has given its name to the Rhesus factor, one of the elements of a person\’s blood group, by the discoverers of the factor, Karl Landsteiner (top pic) and Alexander Wiener (middle pic)


  11. Kaushik

    The Rhesus Macaque (bottom pic) is well known to science owing to its relatively easy upkeep in captivity, and has been used extensively in medical and biological research. It has given its name to the Rhesus factor, one of the elements of a person\\\’s blood group, by the discoverers of the factor, Karl Landsteiner (top pic) and Alexander Wiener (middle pic)


  12. Kaushik

    The Rhesus Macaque (bottom pic) is well known to science owing to its relatively easy upkeep in captivity, and has been used extensively in medical and biological research. It has given its name to the Rhesus factor, one of the elements of a person\\\\\\\’s blood group, by the discoverers of the factor, Karl Landsteiner (top pic) and Alexander Wiener (middle pic)


  13. What’s with the Russian comment for the recent question titled “play”??
    BTW it translates to “Probably inspired by the standard way of thinking? Keep it simple”. It was posted by “view battle”. LOL


  14. udupendra
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    Landteiner, Wiener, Rhesus monkey => Rhesus factor.


  15. Saar, Super,Soooper question!
    Karl Landsteiner (and, most probably Alexander Wiener), the Rhesus macaque(Rhesus monkey) and hence RH factor!


  16. 1. Karl Landsteiner
    2. Alexander S. Wiener
    3. Rhesus Macaque

    Karl and Alexander discovered the Rh factor. 3. gave the name for the Rh(esus) factor.


  17. varuns88
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    Rh factor


  18. sidsen
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    Rhesus Macaque Karl Landsteiner and Alexander Wiener.


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