By Jacob B. Natvig (auth.), Jacob B. Natvig, Øystein Førre, Gunnar Husby, Anne Husebekk, Bjørn Skogen, Knut Sletten, Per Westermark (eds.)
Both scientifically and socially the Vlth foreign Symposium on Amyloidosis, August five - eight, 1990 in Oslo was once an exceptional good fortune. there have been 3 and a part in depth days. It all started with the hole rite, relatively highlighted with the Norway-Norway multi media exhibit through David Cochron, and ended with a trip to the Edvard Munch museuro and the Farewell Salmon Dinner at the night of August eight (not to disregard the "happy birthday" music for Dorothea Zucker-Franklin on the breakfast desk the next morning). In among used to be the highbrow penetration into the technology of amyloidosis and amyloid proteins, and a deepening of many friendships between old and young "amyloidologists", including a number of the cultural and ancient positive aspects of Oslo and Norway. one of the a variety of Ietters of thank you and gratitude that we've got got, the senior organizer of the former assembly, Takashi lsobe stated it in brief and eloquently: "You have beaten us, you've got played a drama with pleasure and cheer, you've got hosted so well with gorgeous secretariat, you might have prepared amazing hospitality in each appreciate, you actually did for we all" Now we're left with the lawsuits publication for the 3 coming years until eventually the subsequent symposium in Kingston, Canada, with a purpose to be geared up through Drs. Robert Kisilevsky and Thomas Muckle from the dept of Pathology at Queens collage in 1993. The clinical contributions herein conceal the entire periods of the meeting.
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Amyloid and Amyloidosis 1990: VIth International Symposium on Amyloidosis August 5–8, 1990, Oslo, Norway by Jacob B. Natvig (auth.), Jacob B. Natvig, Øystein Førre, Gunnar Husby, Anne Husebekk, Bjørn Skogen, Knut Sletten, Per Westermark (eds.)