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Reference numberEC/1920/04
Previous numbersCert XIII, 178; A01250
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TitleCathcart, Edward Provan: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionDate stamp on reverse
CitationProfessor of Physiology, University of London (attached London Hospital Medical College). Distinguished for his knowledge of Physiology and for his contributions to Science, among which are the following papers: - 'Das Verhalten von Glukosamin und Chitose im Tierkorper' (Zeit f Physiol Chem 1903); 'On the Presence of an Antibody to Trypsin in Normal Serum' (Journ Physiol, 1904); 'The Toxin of the 'Bacillus enteriditis' of Gaertner' (Journ Hug, 1906); 'On the Relation between the Output of Uric Acid and the Rate of Heat Production in the Body' (with J Leathes) (Proc Roy Soc, 1907); 'Ueber die Zusammensetzung des Hungerharns' (Bio-Chem Zeit, 1907); a series of papers (8) on 'The Influence of Carbohydrates and Fats in Protein Metabolism,' commencing (Journ Physiol, 1909); 'The Pre-Pyloric Sphincter' (Journ Physiol); a series of papers on 'The Influence of Carbon Dioxide on the Vascular System' (with Dr E H Clarke) (ibid, 1914). Author of the following books: - 'The Physiology of Protein Metabolism' (Longmans, 1912); 'Muscular Work. A Metabolic Study, with Special Reference to the Efficieny of the Human Body as a Machine' (with Dr F S Benedict), Carnegie Institution Monograph, Washington, 1913.
ProposersW M Bayliss; D Noel Paton; Robt Muir; W Bulloch; L Hill; E H Starling; F G Hopkins; A D Waller; W M Fletcher; J Barcroft; H H Dale; C S Sherrington; F W Mott; J S Haldane
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Cathcart, Edward Provan: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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