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Reference numberEC/1951/13
Previous numbersCert XVI, 13; A04673
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TitleMann, Thaddeus Robert Rudolph: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionCitation typed
CitationDistinguished for his researches on (a) muscle biochemistry, (b) the study of the nature and properties of metalloprotein enzymes (peroxidase, phenoloxidases and carbonice anhydrase); (c) enzymic synthesis of acetylcholine in vitro; (d) carbohydrate and phosphorus metabolism of moulds, and (e) fundamental contributions to the knowledge of the biochemistry and physiology of mammalian seminal fluid. Discovered that the sugar constituent of seminal fluid is fructose (and not glucose as was generally believed) and demonstrated that the production of fructose is initiated and regulated by the male sex hormine.
A list of 60 papers is attached.
ProposersFrom Personal Knowledge. D Keilin; Malcolm Dixon; Marjory Stephenson; A C Chibnall; J Gray; W Feldberg; John Hammond; C R Harington; N W Pirie
Access statusOpen
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Mann, Thaddeus Robert Rudolph: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA2001Mann; Thaddeus Robert Rudolph (1908 - 1993)1908 - 1993
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