Reference numberEC/1951/11
Previous numbersCert XVI, 11; A03717
TitleIng, Harry Raymond: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationDr Ing has made a special study of the chemical aspects of drug action, and his original work is closely related to pharmacology; for example, his studies on alkaloids, which led to the accepted structures of cytosine, anagyrine, sparteine and lupanine; the isolation of histamine from rabbit blood; studies on the curariform action of onium salts, on local anaesthetics and on synthetic substitutes for atropine, all of which attempt a closer analysis of the relations between structure and action in these groups of drugs.
ProposersFrom Personal Knowledge. J H Burn; Harold King; C R Harington; J H Gaddum; G F Marrian; E Stedman
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Ing, Harry Raymond: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA696Ing; Harry Raymond (1899 - 1974)1899 - 1974
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