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Lists of Nobel Prizes and Laureates

Lists of Nobel Prizes and Laureates

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

Year Nominator Nominee(s) Motivation  
1928 Abe Kato Investigations in the field of nerve-muscle physiology; established a new theory of decrementless conduction of nerve impulses. Show »
1928 Hata Kato Investigations in the field of nerve-muscle physiology; established a new theory of decrementless conduction of nerve impulses. Show »
1928 Karasawa Kato Investigations in the field of nerve-muscle physiology; established a new theory of decrementless conduction of nerve impulses. Show »
1928 Kawakami Kato Investigations in the field of nerve-muscle physiology; established a new theory of decrementless conduction of nerve impulses. Show »
1928 Kitajima Kato Investigations in the field of nerve-muscle physiology; established a new theory of decrementless conduction of nerve impulses. Show »
1928 Kobayashi Kato Investigations in the field of nerve-muscle physiology; established a new theory of decrementless conduction of nerve impulses. Show »
1928 Kusama Kato Investigations in the field of nerve-muscle physiology; established a new theory of decrementless conduction of nerve impulses. Show »
1928 Mochizuki Kato Investigations in the field of nerve-muscle physiology; established a new theory of decrementless conduction of nerve impulses. Show »
1928 Moteki Kato Investigations in the field of nerve-muscle physiology; established a new theory of decrementless conduction of nerve impulses. Show »
1928 Nishino Kato Investigations in the field of nerve-muscle physiology; established a new theory of decrementless conduction of nerve impulses. Show »
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