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Authorised form of nameMurray; James Alexander (1873 - 1950)
Dates1873 - 1950
NationalityBritish
Date of birth25 November 1873
Date of death20/11/1950
ActivityCareer:
Director, Imperial Cancer Research Fund
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election07/05/1925
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll
Obituaries:
Obituary Notices of Fellows of the Royal Society 1950-1951 vol 7 pp 445-452, plate, by G M Findlay
Royal Society codeNA620
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1925/10Murray, James Alexander: certificate of election to the Royal Society
NLB/19/689Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Dr James Alexander Murray, Oxford, [Fellow of the Royal Society]24 November 1899
RR/34/109Referee's report by James Alexander Murray, on a paper 'The effects of X-rays upon mitotic cell division in tissue cultures in Vitro' by T S P Strangeways and F L Hopwood29 June 1926
RR/33/34Referee's report by James Alexander Murray, on a paper 'The effect of radium on mitosis in vitro' by R G Canti and M DonaldsonOctober 1926
RR/34/33Referee's report by James Alexander Murray, on a paper 'Oogenesis in Oniscus asellus' by Seana D King[February 1926]
RR/38/27Referee's report by James Alexander Murray, on a paper 'The effect of X-radiation on the spermatogenesis of the Guinea-pig' by J Bronte Gatenby and Sylivia WigoderDecember 1928
RR/38/29Referee's report by James Alexander Murray, on a paper 'Study of Golgi apparatus and vacuolar system of cavia, helix, and abraxas, by intra-vital methods' by J Bronte GatenbyOctober 1928
RR/37/139Referee's report by James Alexander Murray, on a paper 'Artefacts as a guide to the chemistry of the cell' by Charles Edward Walker3 July 1928
RR/38/26Referee's report by James Alexander Murray, on a paper 'The effect of X-radiation on the spermatogenesis of Abraxas grossulariata' by J Bronte Gatenby, R N Mukerji and Sylvia B WigoderOctober 1929
RR/38/28Referee's report by James Alexander Murray, on a paper 'The post-nuclear body in the spermatogenesis of Cavia cobaya, and other animals' by J Bronte Gatenby and Sylvia WigoderDecember 1928
RR/39/103Referee's report by James Alexander Murray, on a paper 'Effect of X-radiation on the spermatogenesis of Lepisma domestica' by R N Mukerji[October 1929]
RR/44/82Referee's report by James Alexander Murray, on a paper 'The delayed lethal effect of radium on tissue cultures in vitro' by F G SpearDecember 1931
RR/40/16Referee's report by James Alexander Murray, on a paper 'Observations on the movement of cells in vitro' by Warnford Moppett 17 January 1930
RR/39/102Referee's report by James Alexander Murray, on a paper 'The “nucleal reaction” in Apanteles sp., with special reference to the secondary nuclei and the germ-cell determinant of the egg' by R N Mukerji2 January 1929
NLB/68/345Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Dr [James Alexander] Murray; Imperial Cancer Research Fund, 8-11 Queen Square, W.C.1.22 June 1925
RR/43/118Referee's report by James Alexander Murray, on a paper 'The differential action of X-rays in relation to tissue growth and vitality. Part VI. —Tumour tissues' by Warnford MoppettDecember 1931
RR/45/24Referee's report by James Alexander Murray, on a paper 'Micro-operations on cells in tissue cultures' by Robert Chambers and Honor Bridget Fell[August 1931]
RR/44/81Referee's report by James Alexander Murray, on a paper 'The delayed lethal effect of radium on tissue cultures in vitro—Comparison of continuous and spaced radiation' by F G Spear10 February 1931
RR/52/85Referee's report by James Alexander Murray, on a paper 'Action of X-rays on the eggs of calliphora' by C M Scott6 February 1934
RR/52/127Referee's report by James Alexander Murray, on a paper 'Experiments on the intracerebral implantation of embryo tissues in rats' by Rupert A WillisNovember 1934
RR/49/13Referee's report by James Alexander Murray, on a paper 'Cytological changes in the lachrymal gland following the administration of certain drugs' by J Beattie and P R McDonald29 April 1933
RR/54/146Referee's report by James Alexander Murray, on a paper 'Observations on the structure of striated muscle fibre' by Oscar Werner Tiegs9 May 1934
RR/63/129Referee's report by James Alexander Murray, on a paper 'Effects of X-rays on mitosis and meiosis, II. A new type of effect on the first meiotic division' by M J D White23 July 1937
RR/57/15Referee's report by James Alexander Murray, on a paper 'On a method of increasing the sensitiveness of animal tumours to X-rays' by Sidney Russ and G M Scott22 May 1935
RR/60/11Referee's report by James Alexander Murray, on a paper 'The influence of certain carcinogenic and other hydrocarbons on body growth in the rat' by Alexander Haddow and C M Scott28 December 1936
RR/62/99Referee's report by James Alexander Murray, on a paper 'The growth of embryo bones transplanted whole in the rat’s brain' by Rupert A Willis4 June 1936
RR/57/114Referee's report by James Alexander Murray, on a paper 'The carcinogenic action of dibenzcarbazoles' by Eric Boyland and Austin M Brues[November 1936]
NLB/71/29Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Dr [James Alexander] Murray, FRS9 December 1927
NLB/68/104Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to [James Alexander] Murray Esq., FRS11 May 1925
NLB/68/246Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Sir John Rose Bradford, KCMG, FRS5 June 1925
RR/40/99Referee's report by James Alexander Murray, on a paper 'The delayed lethal effect of radium on tissue cultures in vitro' by F G Spear November 1929
NLB/68/492Copy letter from William Bate Hardy, Secretary of the Royal Society; to Dr [James Alexander] Murray, FRS17 July 1925
NLB/69/446Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to the Secretary, The British Empire Cancer Campaign, 19 Berkley Street, W.115 April 1926
IM/GA/WS/2146Murray, James Alexander1946
RR/34/70Referee's report by James Alexander Murray, on a paper 'On the effects of beta rays from radium upon division and growth of cancer cells' by J C Mottram, G M Scott, Sidney Russ and Alfred William Porter22 March 1926
RR/54/101Referee's report by James Alexander Murray, on a paper 'The secretory phenomena in the oviduct of the fowl, including the process of shell formation examined by the microincineration technique' by K C Richardson28 July 1934
NLB/67/710Copy letter from unknown correspondent; to unknown correspondent19 February 1925
RR/53/152Referee's report by James Alexander Murray, on a paper 'The production of cancer by pure hydrocarbons —Part III' by G Barry, J W Cook, G A D Haslewood, C L Hewett, I Hieger and Ernest Laurence Kennaway14 January 1935
RR/33/117Referee's report by James Alexander Murray, on a paper 'Experimental studies on the differentiation of embryonic tissues growing in vivo and in vitro.—I. The development of the undifferentiated limb-bud (a) when subcutaneously grafted into the post-embryonic chick and (b) when cultivated in vitro' by T S P Strangeways and Honor Bridget Fell14 December 1925
RR/34/108Referee's report by James Alexander Murray, on a paper 'Experimental studies on the differentiation of embryonic tissues growing in vivo and in vitro.—I. The development of the undifferentiated limb-bud (a) when subcutaneously grafted into the post-embryonic chick and (b) when cultivated in vitro' by T S P Strangeways and Honor Bridget Fell2 June 1926
NLB/69/10Copy letter from Henry Hallett Dale, Secretary of the Royal Society; to Dr. [James Alexander] Murray, FRS10 December 1925
RR/36/89Referee's report by James Alexander Murray, on a paper 'On the nature of "golgi bodies” in fixed material' by C E Walker and Margaret Allen[March 1927]
RR/49/104Referee's report by James Alexander Murray, on a paper 'On experiments on the chorio-allantoic membrane of the chick egg with regard to the action of homogeneous x-ray irradiation' by E S Duthie16 January 1934
RR/60/14Referee's report by James Alexander Murray, on a paper 'The influence of various polycyclic hydrocarbons on the growth rate of transplantable tumours' by Alexander Haddow and A M Robinson28 December 1936
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