Reference numberEC/1911/09
Previous numbersCert XIII, 9; A04216
TitleLeathes, John Beresford: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationLecturer in Physiology, St Thomas' Hospital Medical School. Head of the Laboratories for Physiological and Pathological Chemistry, Lister Institute of Preventive Medicine. Distinguished for his researches in physiology and physiology chemistry. Author of the following scientific papers: - 'On Absorption from the Pleural Cavity' (E H Starling, (Journ of Physiol, vol xviii, 1895); 'On the Exchange of Fluid between the Blood and Tissues' (ibid, vol xix, 1895); 'On the Production of Pleural Effusion' (with E H Starling , (Journ of Path and Bact, 1896); 'Beitrage zur Chemie der Ovarial Mukoide' (Arch f Exp Path, 1899); 'On the Products of the Action of an Enzyme contained in the Spleen' (Journ of Physiol, vol xxviii, 1902); 'On the Synthesis of Fatty Acids in the Liver' (with O Hildersheim, ibid, vol 1904); 'On the percentage of Fat in different Types of Muscle' (ibid, vol xxxi, 1904); 'The Effect of Arterial or Venous Obstruction upon the Liver Cells (with F A Bainbridge, Bio-chem Journ, vol ii, 1906); 'On Diurnal and Nocturnal Variations in the Excretion of Uric Acid' (Journ of Physiol, vol xxxv, 1906); 'On the Absorption of Proteids from the Small Intestine (with E P Cathcart, ibid, vol xxxiii, 1906); 'On the Excretion of Nitrogen, Creatinine, and Uric Acid in Fever' (ibid, vol xxxv, 1907); 'On the Relation between the Output of Uric Acid and the Rate of Heat Production' (with E P Cathcart, Proc Roy Soc, 1907); 'Problems in Animal Metabolism' (J Murray, 1906).
ProposersC J Martin; W D Halliburton; J R Bradford; Henry E Roscoe; E H Starling; F G Hopkins; J S Haldane; F W Pavy; H K Anderson; C S Sherrington; P H Pye-Smith
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Leathes, John Beresford: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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