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Reference numberEC/1891/12
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TitleHalliburton, William Dobinson: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationAssistant Professor of Physiology in University College, London. Has during the past four years devoted his entire time to research work in, and teaching of Physiology, especially the chemical side of that science. Has published the following, among other communications: - 'On the Proteids of Serum' (Proc Roy Soc, and Journ of Physiol, 1884); 'On the Chemical Composition of Invertebrate Cartilage' (Proc Roy Soc, and Quart Journ Micros Sci); 'On the Blood of Crustacea' (Journ of Physiol, 1885, and in a Report to the Scottish Fisheries Board); 'On Haemoglobin and Methaemoglobin Crystals' (Brit Med Journ, 1886, and Proc Physiol Soc); 'On the Blood-proteids of Lower Vertebrates' (Journ of Physiol, 1886); 'On the Coagulation of Myosin' (Prelim Communication to Physiol Soc, 1887)
ProposersFrom Personal Knowledge: E A Schafer; Sydney Ringer; J B Sanderson; H Charlton Bastian; T Lauder Brunton; E Ray Lankester; Victor Horsley; G J Romanes; Gerald F Yeo; E B Poulton; P H Pye-Smith; W H Gaskell; E Klein
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Halliburton, William Dobinson: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA8059Halliburton; William Dobinson (1860 - 1931)1860 - 1931
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