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Lists of Nobel Prizes and Laureates

Lists of Nobel Prizes and Laureates

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

Year Nominator Nominee(s) Motivation  
1930 Judd Mann The discovery that a high percentage of the bile pigments excreted by the liver are extrahepatic in origin, and also the site of its formation. Show »
1930 Kendall Cannon Work on the physiology of the ductless glands and nervous system, the action of sympathetic nerves, the function of the suprarenal medulla and the action of epinephrine. Show »
1930 Mann Kendall The isolation of thyroxine and work on the chemistry of the thyroid gland. Show »
1930 Mayo Abel
Minot
Whipple
Abel: Work on the introduction of epinephrine and the crystallization of insulin. Minot and Whipple: Work on liver feeding in pernicious anemia. Show »
1930 Wilson Kendall Work on thyroxine, iodine distribution in the organism, investigation of cysteine in oxidation processes, isolation and crystallization of glutathione. Show »
1936 Whipple Corner
Mann
Corner: Work on the endocrine secretion of the ovary. Mann: Work on the physiology of the liver. Show »
1937 Mann Kendall The isolation of the active principle of the thyriod gland, thyroxine. Show »
1937 Whipple Richards Work on the physiology of the kidneys. Show »
1940 Whipple Northrop
Sumner
J. Northrop: Purification and crystallization of trypsin, pepsin, pepsinogen, chymo-pepsinogen. Also, studies of enzyme kinetics. J. Sumner: First crystallization of an enzyme (urease). Show »
1941 Broders Bollman
Magath
Mann
Work on the role of the liver in carbohydrate and protein metabolism. Show »
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