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

Year Nominator Nominee(s) Motivation  
1903 Kollman Wolff Work on the regeneration of part of the eye (see comment). Show »
1907 von Bunge Röse Study of the occurrence and cause of caries. Show »
1915 Stachelin Schmiedeberg A life work on the foundation of the modern pharmacology. Show »
1918 Stachelin Schmiedeberg Foundation of the modern pharmacology. 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 »
1931 Henschen Bier Work on lumbaranesthesia, hyperaemia as medicine, regeneration in humans and therapy in general. Show »
1931 Spiro Michaelis
Ostwald
Warburg
Michaelis: Work on hydrogen ion concentration, permeability and oxidation-reduction potential. Ostwald: Work on the area of colloid chemistry. Warburg: Work on the respiratory enzyme. Show »
1931 Wieland Hess Work on UV-radiation and the anti rickets effect of certain substances. Show »
1936 Edlbacher von Szent-Györgyi The discovery of ascorbic acid and its identification with Vitamin C. Show »
1946 Doerr Dubos
Tiselius
Dubos: Soil bacteria and their destroying effect on pathogenetic bacteria. Tiselius: Work on electrophoresis and plasma proteins. Show »
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