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Reference numberEC/1905/08
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TitleHopkins, Sir Frederick Gowland: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationReader in Chemical Physiology in the University of Cambridge. Author of the following papers: - 'The Pigments of the Picridae' (Proc Chem Soc, vol v, p 117, 1889, amd Phil Trans, vol clxxxvi, p 661, 1895); 'On the Estimation of Uric Acid in Urine' (Guy's Hosp Reports, vol lxxxviii, p 299, 1891; Proc Roy Soc, vol lii, p 93, 1892; Journ Path and Bacteriol, vol 1, p 451, 1893); 'On the Relation of uric Acid Excretion to Diet,' with W B Hope (Journ Physiol, vol xxiii, p 271, 1898); 'On Urobilin,' with A E Garrod (ibid, vol xx, 1896, vol xxii, p 451, 1898); 'On Halogen Proteids,' with F W Brook (ibid, vol xxii, p 184, 1898); 'Zur Kentniss der Einwirkung von Halogenen auf Proteine,' with S N Pinkers (Berich Deutsche Chem Gesell, vol xxxi, 1898); 'On the Crystallization of Animal Proteids,' with S N Pinkers (Journ Physiol, vol xxiii, p 130, 1898); 'On the Separation of a Pure Albumin from Egg White' (ibid, vol xxv, p 306, 1900); 'A Contribution to the Chemistry of Proteids,' with S W Cole (ibid, vol xxviii, p 418, 1901); 'On the Proteid Reaction of Adamkiewicz,' with S W Cole (Proc Roy Soc, vol lxviii, p 21,1901).
ProposersW H Gaskell; J N Langley; W B Hardy; E H Starling; W D Halliburton; P H Pye-Smith; C S Sherrington; W Bateson; J S Haldane
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Hopkins, Sir Frederick Gowland: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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