Reference numberEC/1928/03
Previous numbersCert XIV, 42; A00960
TitleBrowning, Carl Hamilton: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionDate stamp on reverse
CitationDistinguished for his researches in bacteriology, immunity, and chemotherapy. Author of 'Recent Methods in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Syphilis' (with J Mackenzie, 1911); 'Applied Bacteriology' (1918); 'Chemotherapy in Trypanosome Infections' (Journ Path, 1908); a number of papers on an analysis of the Wassermann Reaction, especially on the action of cholesterin and lecithin; 'Isolation of Typhoid Bacilli by means of Brilliant Green' (Journ Hyg, 1913); 'On Flavine and Brilliant Green' (Brit Med Journ , 1917); 'Bactericidal Action of Ultra-violet Radiation' (Proc Roy Soc, 1917 with S Russ); 'Bactericidal Properties conferred on the Blood by Diamino-Acridine Sulphate' (ibid, 1918); papers on antiseptic action and chemical constitution (ibid, 1922, 1924, jointly); and others.
ProposersRobert Muir; C J Martin; W B Leishman; William Bulloch; J George Adami; F W Andrewes; J B Cohen; J Lorrain Smith; D Noel Paton; E P Cathcart; F O Bower; C S Sherrington
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Browning, Carl Hamilton: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA2187Browning; Carl Hamilton (1881 - 1972)1881 - 1972
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