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Authorised form of nameRosenheim; Otto (1871 - 1955)
Other forms of nameRosenheim, Sigmund Otto
SurnameRosenheim
ForenamesOtto
Dates1871 - 1955
Dates and placesBirth:
29 November 1871
Death:
07 May 1955
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
12/05/1927
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll
Authority:
AltName from BM
Obituaries:
Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1956 vol 2 pp 257-267, plate, by H King
References:
Neil Morgan, 'William Dobinson Halliburton, FRS (1860-1931). Pioneer of British Biochemistry?' in NR 1983-84 vol 38 pp 129-145
Royal Society codeNA1113
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1927/11Rosenheim, Otto: certificate of election to the Royal Society
RR/40/82Referee's report by John Beresford Leathes, on a paper 'Monomolecular films of irradiated ergosterol in relation to the production of vitamin D' by Otto RosenheimOctober 1929
RR/42/23Referee's report by Otto Rosenheim, on a paper 'A pigment present in the sweat and urine of certain sheep. Its isolation, properties and relationship to bilirubin and the metabolism of hœmoglobin generally' by Claude Rimington and A M StewartNovember 1931
RR/42/91Referee's report by Otto Rosenheim, on a paper 'Further observations on the ultra-violet absorption spectra of the serum proteins. - The specific extinction coefficient of serum pseudo-globulin' by Frank Campbell Smith and J R MarrackMarch 1930
RR/46/28Referee's report by Otto Rosenheim, on a paper 'Uteroverdin, the green pigment of the dog's placenta' by R Lemberg and Joseph Barcroft[January 1932]
RR/49/65Referee's report by Otto Rosenheim, on a paper 'Sex change in the plumage of brown leghorn capons following the injection of certain synthetic æstrus-producing compounds' by James Wilfred Cook, Edward Charles Dodds and A W Greenwood[October 1933]
RR/60/10Referee's report by Otto Rosenheim, on a paper 'The influence of certain carcinogenic and other hydrocarbons on body growth in the rat' by Alexander Haddow and C M ScottDecember 1936
RR/57/39Referee's report by Otto Rosenheim, on a paper 'Studies on the nature of the amphibian organization centre II—Induction by synthetic polycyclic hydrocarbons' by Conrad Hal Waddington and Dorothy Mary Moyle Needham[January 1935]
RR/57/43Referee's report by Otto Rosenheim, on a paper 'Studies on the nature of the amphibian organization centre. I—Chemical properties of the evocator' by Conrad Hal Waddington, Joseph Needham, W W Nowinski and R Lemberg[January 1935]
RR/57/115Referee's report by Otto Rosenheim, on a paper 'The carcinogenic action of dibenzcarbazoles' by Eric Boyland and Austin M Brues[November 1936]
RR/60/13Referee's report by Otto Rosenheim, on a paper 'The influence of various polycyclic hydrocarbons on the growth rate of transplantable tumours' by Alexander Haddow and A M RobinsonDecember 1936
RR/59/29Referee's report by Otto Rosenheim, on a paper 'Further observations on the oestrogenic activity of synthetic polycyclic compounds' by James Wilfred Cook, Edward Charles Dodds and W Lawson[May 1936]
RR/62/68Referee's report by Otto Rosenheim, on a paper 'Studies on the nature of the amphibian organization centre III—The activation of the evocator' by Conrad Hal Waddington, Joseph Needham and Jean Brachet[January 1936]
RR/38/141Referee's report by Otto Rosenheim, on a paper 'The ultra-violet absorption spectra of certain aromatic amino-acids, and of the serum proteins' by Frank Campbell Smith1 November 1928
RR/49/67Referee's report by Otto Rosenheim, on a paper 'The oestrogenic activity of some condensed-ring compounds in relation to their other biological activities' by James Wilfred Cook, Edward Charles Dodds, C L Hewett and W Lawson[October 1933]
MS/580Papers on the life and work of John Louis William Thudichum [compiled by Max Leonard Rosenheim]1864-1933
RR/62/69Referee's report by Otto Rosenheim, on a paper 'Studies on the nature of the amphibian organization centre IV—Further experiments on the chemistry of the evocator' by Conrad Hal Waddingto, Joseph Needham, W W Nowinski, Max Rudolf Lemberg and Arthur Cohen[January 1936]
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