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Authorised form of nameDixon; Malcolm (1899 - 1985)
Dates1899 - 1985
Date of birth18 April 1899
Date of death07/12/1985
ActivityEducation:
MA, PhD, ScD
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election19/03/1942
SourcesAssocMaterial:
NCUACS 23/8/90. Papers deposited in the Cambridge University Library
Obituaries:
Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1988 vol 34 pp 97-131, plate, by R N Perham
Royal Society codeNA1547
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
ASK/1/5Brigitte 'Ita' Askonas' PHD Thesis20 August 1951
RR/27/39Referee's report by Arthur Harden, on a paper 'The oxidation of reduced glutathione and other sulphydryl compounds' by Malcolm Dixon and Hubert Erlin Tunnicliffe.October 1922
RR/33/54Referee's report by Frederick George Donnan, on a paper 'On the mechanism of oxidation-reduction potential' by Malcolm DixonJuly 1926
RR/43/12Referee's report by Frederick Gowland Hopkins, on a paper 'The absorption spectrum of the component c of cytochrome' by Malcolm Dixon, Robert Hill and David KeilinJune 1931
RR/55/113Referee's report by Henry Stanley Raper, on a paper 'The action of cyanide and other respiratory inhibitors on xanthine oxidase' by Malcolm Dixon and David KeilinNovember 1935
RR/70/79Letter from Malcolm Dixon, on a paper 'The inactivation of an enzyme (carboxypeptidase) by X- and a-radiation' by W M Dale, Louis Harold Gray and W J Meredith to the Assistant Editor of the Royal Society27 August 1948
RR/70/81Referee's report by Malcolm Dixon, on a paper 'The inactivation of an enzyme (carboxypeptidase) by X- and a-radiation' by W M Dale, Louis Harold Gray and W J Meredith to the Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society1947
RR/70/80Letter from Malcolm Dixon, on a paper 'The inactivation of an enzyme (carboxypeptidase) by X- and a-radiation' by W M Dale, Louis Harold Gray and W J Meredith to the Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society29 November 1947
EC/1942/03Dixon, Malcolm: certificate of election to the Royal Society
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