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It is named for Emil Abderhalden, Eduard Kaufmann and George Lignac.[1][2]

References

  1. B.G. Firkin & J.A.Whitworth (1987). Dictionary of Medical Eponyms. Parthenon Publishing. ISBN 1-85070-333-7
  2. Who Named It?

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