Reference numberEC/1914/07
Previous numbersCert XIII, 68; A01738
TitleDale, Sir Henry Hallett: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionDate stamp on reverse
CitationPhysiologist. Papers descriptive of investigations in Physiology and Pharmacology, entited as follows: - 'Enumeration of Nerve-Fibre' (Journ Physiol, vol xxv, 1900); 'Galvanotaxis and Chemotaxis' (ibid, vol xxvi, 1901); 'Dorsal Nerve-Roots of Toad' (ibid, vol xxvii, 1901); 'The Islets of Langerhans in the Pancreas' (Phil Trans, 1904); 'On some Physiological Actions of Ergo' (Journ Physiol, vol xxxiv, 1906); 'Ergotorine and other Constitutents of Ergot' (with G Barger, Bio-Chem Journ, ii, 1907); 'Action of Extracts of the Pituitary Body' (ibid, iv, 1909); 'Action of Pressor Amines produced by Putrefaction' (with W E Dixon, Journ Physiol, vol xxxix, 1909); 'Action of an Active Principle from Apocynum' (with P P Laidlaw, Heart, i, 1909); 'The Water-soluble Active Principlesof Ergot'; 'The Presence in Ergot and Physiological Activity of beta-Imidazolylethylamine' (with G Barger, Journ Physiol, 1909 and 1910); 'Ueber Multerkorn' (with G Barger, Arch f Exp Path u Pharmakol, vol lxi, 1909); 'Action of Amines' (with G Barger); 'Vagus Acceleration of Heart' (with Laidlaw and Symons, Journ Physiol, vol xli, 1910).
ProposersJ N Landley; W B Hardy; H K Anderson; F G Hopkins; J Barcroft; E H Starling; A R Cushny; W M Bayliss; E Klein
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Dale, Sir Henry Hallett: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA8192Dale; Sir; Henry Hallett (1875 - 1968); physician1875 - 1968
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