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

Year Nominator Nominee(s) Motivation  
1901 Hogyes von Fodor Discovery of the bacteriocidal effect of the blood; effect of alkali substances on the immune system after injection into the bloodstream. Show »
1901 Pertik von Korányi Determination of the molecular concentration (by freeze-point studies) of bodily fluids (blood, urine), and work on the clinical applications of this knowledge. Show »
1901 von Genersich von Schulek
Högyes
von Fodor
V. v. Schulek: Work on the effect of ultraviolet rays on the eye, and construction of protective lenses, "Schutzbrillen". A. Högyes: Prophylactic treatment against rabies. J. v. Fodor: Discovery of the bacteriocidal effect of the blood. Show »
1901 von Thanhoffer von Schulek
Roux
Yersin
V. von Schulek: Work on the effect of ultraviolet rays on the eye. E. Roux: Work on serum against diphtheria, as described in Annales de l´Institute Pasteur. A. Yersin: Work on serum against plague (see comment 2). Show »
1907 Jendrassik Retzius Physiology and anatomy of the nervous system. Show »
1907 Tangle Loeb Work on artificial parthenogenesis. Show »
1909 Dollinger Bier Work on lumbar anaesthesia. Show »
1909 Tangle Loeb Work on artificial parthenogenesis. Show »
1912 Bàrsony Baccelli Treatment of infectious diseases with intravenous injections. Show »
1912 Hoor Baccelli Treatment of infectious diseases with intravenous injections. Show »
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