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

Year Nominator Nominee(s) Motivation  
1950 De Rudder Hartmann
Waksman
Lieske
M Hartmann: Work on compounds (gamones) promoting fertilization in vertebrates and invertebrates. S A Waksman: Work on streptomycin and neomycin. R Lieske: Work on Actinomycetal systematics and lytic action on bacteria Show »
1950 Felix Beadle
Hartmann
Cohn
G W Beadle: Work on the correlation between simple genes and individual metabolic reactions. M Hartmann: Work on compounds (gamones) promoting fertilization in vertebrates and invertebrates. E J Cohn: Work on fractionation and therapeutic applications of plasma proteins. Show »
1950 Rajewsky Hartmann
Timoféeff-Ressovsky
M Hartmann: Work on compounds (gamones) promoting fertilization in vertebrates and invertebrates. N W Timoféeff-Ressovsky: Work on "Radiation genetics". Show »
1950 Starck Hartmann
Beadle
M Hartmann: Work on compounds (gamones) in vertebrates and invertebrates. G W Beadle: Work on the correlation between single genes and individual metabolic reactions. Show »
1950 Wezler Hartmann Work on compounds (gamones) promoting fertilization in vertebrates and invertebrates Show »
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