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

Year Nominator Nominee(s) Motivation  
1904 Hüfner Kossel Investigations on the proteins, nucleic substances and purine bodies of the cell. Show »
1904 v. Baumgarten Koch Over and above Koch´s general importance to science, serum therapy probably would not have been discovered if not for Koch´s work on tuberculin. Tuberculin itself is still one of the major weapons agianst tuberculosis. Show »
1904 v. Grützner Pflüger
Koch
E. Pflüger: Work in the field of physiology, especially his work on glycogen from 1903. R. Koch: After Pasteur, the founder of modern bacteriology. Show »
1904 Ziegler Grassi Work on malaria. Mentions the work "Die Malaria", Jena, DE, 1901. Show »
1909 Gaupp Kraepelin Kraepelin has reformed the areas of scientific and practical psychiatry. Show »
1909 von Baumgarten Neumann The discovery of the bone marrow´s function in the formation of blood. Show »
1909 von Grützner Pflüger Fundamental work for medicine in general. Show »
1917 Müller Abderhalden No motivation. Show »
1917 Sellheim Abderhalden Work on "abwehrfermente", metabolism and the pregnancy reaction. Show »
1917 von Baumgarten Neumann Work on the importance of the bone marrow for the production of blood and in leukemia. Show »
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