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- Traube is a German surname meaning "grape". Notable people with the surname include: Hermann Traube (1860–1913), German mineralogist Klaus Traube (1928–2016)...
- A Traube cell is an "artificial cell" created by Moritz Traube in order to study the processes of living cells, including growth and osmosis. The Traube...
- Traube's (semilunar) space is an anatomic space of some clinical importance. It is a crescent-shaped space, encomp****ed by the lower edge of the left lung...
- Moritz Traube (12 February 1826 – 28 June 1894) was a German chemist and universal private scholar. Traube worked on chemical, biochemical, medical, physiological...
- Ludwig Traube may refer to: Ludwig Traube (physician) (1818–1876), German physician and co-founder of experimental pathology in Germany Ludwig Traube (palaeographer)...
- oxide moiety to another molecule is often referred to as nitrosylation. The Traube reaction is the addition of a two equivalents of nitric oxide onto an enolate...
- especially in the presence of ammonia. The Traube purine synthesis (1900) is a classic reaction (named after Wilhelm Traube) between an amine-substituted pyrimidine...
- originally described by Siegmund Mayer, Ewald Hering and Ludwig Traube hence originally called "Traube–Hering–Mayer waves". Mayer waves can be defined as arterial...
- a son of the physician Ludwig Traube (1818–1876), and the brother of the chemist Margarete Traube (1856–1912). Traube was born in Berlin, the son of...
- Hermann Traube (September 24, 1860 – January 29, 1913) was a German mineralogist born in Ratibor, Silesia (presently Racibórz, Poland). He was the son...