Reference numberEC/1910/07
Previous numbersCert XII, 310
TitleGarrod, Sir Archibald Edward: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationLecturer on Chemical Pathology, St Bartholomew's Hospital, London. Author of: - 'A Contribution to the study of the Yellow Colouring Matter of the Urine' (Proc Roy Soc, 1894); 'On Haematoporphyrin in Urine' (Journ of Physiology, 1892, 1893, 1894); 'A Contribution to the study of Uroerythrin' (ibid, 1894); 'On Urobilin,' Parts I and II, with F G Hopkins (ibid, 1896, 1898); 'Alkaptonuria' (ibid, 1899, and Med Chir Soc, Trans, 1899 and 1902); 'The Benzoylation of Alkapton Urine' (Journ of Physiology, 1901, with K P Orton); 'On the Excretion of Diamines in Cystinuria' (Journ of Pathology, 1900, with P J Cammidge); 'The Incidence of Alkaptonuria' (Lancet, 1902); 'Ueber chemische Individualitat und chemische Missbildungen' (Pfluger's Archiv, 1903); 'On the Pigmentation of Uric Acid Crystals deposited from Urine' (Journ of Pathology, 1894); 'The Urinary Pigments in their Pathological Aspects' (Bradshaw Lecture, Roy Coll Physicians, 1900); 'The Reaction of Urochrome with Acetaldehyde' (Journ of Physiology, 1903). As the author of numerous scientific memoirs on Chemical Pathology and Physiology, and as distinguished for his knowledge of Chemical Pathology and Physiology.
ProposersE Klein; W Osler; Lauder Brunton; [John Burdon Sanderson]; E Ray Lankester [W J Russell]; J R Bradford; F W Pavy; W D Halliburton; P H Pye-Smith; S Martin; F G Hopkins; [A Gamgee]; J S Haldane; F E Beddard
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Garrod, Sir Archibald Edward: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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