Chop

Chop ist:

Folgende Persönlichkeiten tragen den Familiennamen Chop:

  • Adolph Friedrich Chop (ca. 1702-1783), Hof- und Konsistorialrat zu Sondershausen
  • Friedrich Hieronymus Chop (1732-1785), Kabinettssekretär zu Sondershausen (Sohn von Adolph Friedrich)
  • August Christian Ernst Chop (1744-1798), Geheimer Sekretär zu Sondershausen (Sohn von Adolph Friedrich)
  • Carl Christian Ferdinand Chop (1767-1840), Geheimer Rat, 1810-1835 Mitglied des Geheimen Konziliums von Schwarzburg-Sondershausen(Sohn von Friedrich Hieronymus)
  • Günther Friedrich Carl Chop (1780-1847), 1835-1836 Mitglied des Geheimen Konziliums von Schwarzburg-Sondershausen(Sohn von Friedrich Hieronymus)
  • Friedrich Chop (1801-1875), Chef des Märzministeriums von Schwarzburg-Sondershausen (Enkel von August Christian Ernst Chop)
  • Ferdinand Chop (1802-1879), Landtagsabgeordneter in Schwarzburg-Sondershausen (Enkel von August Christian Ernst Chop)

CHOP ist die Abkürzung für:

  • die Schweizerische Operationsklassifikation, siehe Schweizerische Operationsklassifikation
  • ein Therapie-Regime, siehe CHOP
  • einen Transkriptionsfaktor, auch GADD153
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