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

Year Nominator Nominee(s) Motivation  
1902 Buchner Buchner Discovery of Zymase (fermentation can be induced by an enzyme, even in yeast cells which have been destroyed). Show »
1902 v. Tappeiner Pavlov
Schmiedeberg
I. Pavlov: Work on the physiology of the digestive glands. O. Schmiedeberg: The founder of the modern pharmacology. Show »
1902 Voit Buchner
Pavlov
E. Buchner: Discovery of Zymase (fermentation can be induced by an enzyme, even in yeast cells which have been destroyed). I. Pavlov: Work on the physiology of the digestive glands. Show »
1904 Gruber Buchner Discovery of Zymase (fermentation can be induced by an enzyme, even in yeast cells which have been destroyed). Show »
1905 Kraepelin Koch Research on anthrax, tuberculosis, cholera, immunity and serum therapy, and work on malaria and trypanosome diseases. Show »
1910 Kraepelin Bordet
Naunyn
Bordet: No motivation. Naunyn: Investigations on icterus and diabetes; work on neurology. Show »
1911 Kraepelin Marchand Work on pathology. Show »
1912 Kraepelin Bordet
Marchand
Bordet: No motivation. Marchand: Several works on pathology. Show »
1912 Müller Marchand
von Monakow
Marchand: Several works. von Monakow: Work on the normal and pathological anatomy of the brain. Show »
1912 von Tappeiner Meyer
Overton
Work on narcosis. Show »
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