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

Year Nominator Nominee(s) Motivation  
1901 Howell Pavlov Work on secretion and the physiology of the digestive glands. Show »
1901 Mall Loeb For his work in general on physiological morphology, and in particular his work on artificial parthenogenesis. Show »
1932 Barker Avery
Minot
Swingle
Avery: The chemo-immunological studies on conjugated carbohydrate proteins. Minot: The application of liver and liver extracts to the treatment of pernicious anaemia. Swingle: Work on the hormone from the cortex and the suprarenal gland. Show »
1932 Ford Abel Work on the crystallization of insulin. Show »
1932 Freeman McCollum The discovery of vitamins A, B and D, and the discovery of the role of manganese and magnesium in animal metabolism. Show »
1932 Howel Lundsgaard
Morgan
Lundsgaard: The demonstration that phosphagen is the direct energy producing substance of the muscular contraction. Morgan: Work on the physiological mechanism of heredity. Show »
1932 Longcope Minot The application of liver and liver extracts to the treatment of pernicious anaemia. Show »
1932 Marshall Abel Work on the crystallization of insulin. Show »
1932 Pearl Henderson Work on blood and its acid base equilibrium. Show »
1932 Snyder Minot
Whipple
Minot: The application of liver and liver extracts to the treatment of pernicious anaemia. Whipple: Work on secondary anaemia experimentally produced in dogs. Show »
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