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The Nomination Database for the
Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, 1901-1953

Year Nominator Nominee(s) Motivation  
1925 Macleod Hunter Experimental investigations upon the double function of voluntary muscle and their nervous control. Show »
1925 Smith Hunter Experimental investigations upon the double function of voluntary muscle and their nervous control. Show »
1935 Sulton Kellaway Work on physiology and immunity, the diagnosis of human hydatid and investigations on the Australian snake venoms. Show »
1948 Cleland Burnet A new principle in treating viral diseases: destruction of the substrate through which virus particles enter susceptible cells. Show »
1949 Lignao McAllister Discovery that maternal rubella was responsible for congenital cataract. Work on other disorders such as deafness and dementia paralytica. Show »
1949 Mulder Burnet
Goodpasture
F. Burnet: Development of methods of virus cultivation in embryonated hen´s eggs. E. Goodpasture: New methods of egg inoculation, allowing many viruses to be grown in the fertile egg. Show »
1949 Verlinde Burnet
Goodpasture
F. Burnet: Development of methods of virus cultivation in embryonated hen´s eggs. E. Goodpasture: New methods of egg inoculation, allowing many viruses to be grown in the fertile egg. Show »
1949 Wesselhoeft McAllister Discovery that maternal rubella was responsible for congenital cataract. Show »
1950 Marschall Burnet The discovery of the etiology of Q fever, Rickettsia burneti Show »
1953 Burkitt Burnet Bakteriofager, vira och immunitet, särskilt odling av vira och rickettsiae i hönsembryoner, antikroppsbildning hos vira, dess betydelse för differentiering av bakteriofager samt arbeten rörande influensavirus, Q-feberns rickettsiae samt virusblandinfektioner Show »
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