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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 Boislinière Graham Work on cholecystography. Show »
1928 Engelbach Graham Work on "Visualization of the Gall Bladder", and various studies on the lymphatics of the gall bladder, liver, doudenom etc. Show »
1928 Marriott Graham Development of the procedure of cholecystography: administration of sodium tetraiodophenolphthalein which is specifically secreted by the liver in sufficient concentration to make possible visualization of the gallbladder and biliary tract by roentgenological observation. Show »
1928 Rassieur Graham "The discovery that by the administration of a dye (phenoltetraiodophthalein) preferably intravenously, the Gall Bladder may be visualized when X-ray photography is used". Show »
1928 Terry Cole
Graham
Invention of the method of cholecystography and for their contribution to the surgery and pathology of the biliary apparatus. Show »
1928 Terry Moore
Copher
Invention of the method of cholecystography and for their contribution to the surgery and pathology of the biliary apparatus. Show »
1932 Hodges Graham The discovery that the gall bladder can be visualized on roentgen film after injection into the blood or administration by mouth of sodium tetraiodophthalein or similar salts. Show »
1935 Gesell Erlanger
Gasser
Lillie
Erlanger and Gasser: The introduction of the cathode ray oscillograph and work on the conduction in peripheral nerves. Lillie: Work on the nature of nerve impulses. Show »
1935 Ranson Erlanger
Gasser
The introduction of the cathode ray oscillograph and work on the conduction in peripheral nerves. Show »
1936 Hoffman Erlanger
Gasser
Studies of the speed of impulses through specific axons. Show »
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