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Reference numberEC/1927/09
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TitleLaidlaw, Sir Patrick Playfair: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationDistinguished as a Pathologist, Pharmacologist, and Biochemist. The following are his more important publications: - 'Observations on Blood Pigments' (Journ Physiol, 31, 1904); 'Action of Iso-quinoline Derivatives' (Biochem Journ, 5, 1910); 'Asymmetrical Nitrogen Atoms and Physiological Activity' (Journ Pharm and Exper Therap, 4, 1912); 'Structures resembling Micro-organisms' (Brit Journ Exper Path, 6, 1925); (with A J Ewins) 'Indolethylamine and its Action' (Bioch Journ, 6, 1911, and 7, 1903); (with H H Dale) 'Reversed Action of Vagus' (Journ Physiol, 41, 1910); 'Beta-Iminazolyl Ethylamine' (ibid, 41 and 42, 1910-1911); 'Histamine Shock' (ibid, 52, 1919); (with A W Dudley) 'A Specific Precipitating Substance from Tubercle Bacilli' (Brit Journ Exper Path, 1925).
ProposersF Gowland Hopkins; S R Douglas; J Barcroft; W E Dixon; W M Fletcher; C J Martin; A E Boycott; William Bulloch; Leonard Hill; Thomas Lewis; Clifford Dobell
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Laidlaw, Sir Patrick Playfair: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA5612Laidlaw; Sir; Patrick Playfair (1881 - 1940)1881 - 1940
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