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

Year Nominator Nominee(s) Motivation  
1926 Aschoff Fibiger
Yamagiwa
J. Fibiger: Work on carcinoma induced by the nematode Spiroptera. K. Yamagiwa: Experimentally induced tumors. Show »
1926 Spiro Michaelis
Hopkins
Warburg
L. Michaelis: Work on hydrogen ion concentration, permeability and oxidation-reduction potential. F. Hopkins: Isolation of tryptophan and glutathion; studies on lactic acid production in muscle. O. Warburg: Work on adsorption, blood vessel permeability, anethesia, assimnilation and carcinomae. Show »
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 Maximow Fibiger
Yamagiwa
J. Fibiger: The parasite Spiroptera neoplastica, found in cockroaches, can cause the development of true carcinoma in the stomach of rats. K. Yamagiwa: First to show that malignant tumors, carcinoma and sarcoma, could be produced by application of tar to the tissues of certain mammals. Show »
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