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Authorised form of nameHarden; Sir; Arthur (1865 - 1940)
Dates1865 - 1940
NationalityBritish
Place of birthManchester, Lancashire, England
Date of birth12 October 1865
Place of deathBourne End, Buckinghamshire
Date of death17/06/1940
Research fieldBiochemistry
ActivityEducation:
PhD (Erlangen); DSc (Vict)
Medals and prizes:
Nobel Prize (Chemistry) 1929
Honours:
Kt 1936
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election06/05/1909
Royal Society activityMedals and prizes:
Davy Medal 1935
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB; DSB
Obituaries:
Obituary Notices of Fellows of the Royal Society 1942-1944 vol 4 pp 3-14, plate, by F G Hopkins and C J Martin
Virtual International Authority Filehttp://viaf.org/viaf/49609362
Royal Society codeNA6220
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1909/14Harden, Sir Arthur: certificate of election to the Royal Society
IM/001824Harden, Sir Arthurnd
NLB/40/709Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to Messrs Harrison & Sons16 July 1909
NLB/8/204Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to Dr Arthur Harden28 July 1893
NLB/40/403Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to Dr Arthur Harden FRS 3 June 1909
NLB/41/172Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Dr Arthur Harden, Fellow of the Royal Society27 October 1909
NLB/44/490Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to Dr A [Arthur] Harden FRS 19 July 1911
RR/37/66Referee's report by Arthur Harden, on a paper 'The combination of proteins, amino-acids, &c., with acids and alkalis. Part II.—Titration curves of amino-acids in presence of formaldehyde' by Leslie J HarrisNovember 1928
NLB/47/835Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to Dr A [Arthur] Harden FRS18 April 1913
NLB/47/269Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to Dr A [Arthur] Harden FRS7 January 1913
NLB/50/622Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Dr [Arthur] Harden, Fellow of the Royal Society, Editor of the Biochemical Journal28 September 1914
NLB/52/210Copy letter from [Robert William Frederick Harrison, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society]; to Dr. Arthur Harden, FRS15 October 1915
NLB/54/226Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Dr. [Arthur] Harden, FRS9 March 1917
RR/47/60Second referee's report by Arthur Harden, on a paper 'A method of separating antibodies from serum proteins. Investigations on a protein-free antibody' by Max FrankelMarch 1932
RR/24/33Referee's report by Arthur Harden, on a paper 'On lipoid deposits in a special type of adipose tissue' by W Cramer[March 1917]
RR/20/107Referee's report by Arthur Harden, on a paper 'On the nature of the toxic action of electric discharge upon bacillus coli communis' by J H Priestley and R C KnightFebruary 1913
RR/47/59Referee's report by Arthur Harden, on a paper 'A method of separating antibodies from serum proteins. Investigations on a protein-free antibody' by Max FrankelFebruary 1932
RR/26/83Referee's report by Arthur Harden, on a paper 'On the longevity of certain species of yeast' by Arthur R Ling and Dinshaw Rattonji Nanji[July 1921]
RR/23/18Referee's report by Arthur Harden, on a paper 'On the action of cobra venom - Parts I and II' by Arthur Robertson Cushny and S Yagi1916
NLB/58/112Copy letter from Edwin Deller, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Professor [Arthur] Harden, FRS; Lister Institute16 March 1920
RR/27/64Referee's report by Arthur Harden, on a paper 'On the existence of an unidentified sulphur grouping in the protein molecule. Part II - On the estimation of cystine in certain proteins' by Leslie J HarrisNovember 1922
RR/27/63Referee's report by Arthur Harden, on a paper 'On the existence of an unidentified sulphur grouping in the protein molecule. Part I.—On the denaturation of proteins' by Leslie J HarrisNovember 1922
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/28/94Referee's report by Arthur Harden, on a paper 'The titration of amino- and carboxyl-groups in amino-acids, polypeptides, etc. Parts I—III.—Investigations with aqueous solutions' by Leslie J Harris[August 1923]
RR/28/96Referee's report by Arthur Harden, on a paper 'The kinetics of hæmoglobin.—II. The velocity with which oxygen dissociates from its combination with haemoglobin' by Hamilton Hartridge and Francis John Worsley Roughton[July 1923]
NLB/58/25Copy letter from Edwin Deller, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Dr. [Arthur] Harden, FRS, Joint Editor of 'The Biochemical Journal'2 March 1920
RR/35/6Referee's report by Arthur Harden, on a paper 'The photosynthesis of naturally occurring compounds.—III. Photosynthesis in vivo and in vitro' by Edward Charles Cyril Baly and J B DaviesApril 1927
RR/35/84Referee's report by Arthur Harden, on a paper 'Bacterial proteins. The presence of alcohol-soluble proteins in bacteria' by Kenneth GoadbyJuly 1927
RR/38/54Referee's report by Arthur Harden, on a paper 'A theory of the production of zymase by the living cell' by Egerton Charles GreyJune 1928
RR/36/67Referee's report by Arthur Harden, on a paper 'The isolation of some hitherto undescribed products of hydrolysis of proteins. — Part IV' by Samuel Barnett Schryver and H W Buston[May 1927]
NLB/59/551Copy letter from William Bate Hardy, Secretary of the Royal Society; to Dr. [Arthur] Harden, FRS15 October 1920
RR/38/55Referee's report by Arthur Harden, on a paper 'The enzymes of Bacillus coli communis. Part VI. The alternative modes by which B. coli communis may bring about the anaerobic decomposition of glucose' by Egerton Charles GreyJune 1928
RR/38/92Referee's report by Arthur Harden, on a paper 'The swelling of fish skins in solutions of inorganic and organic acids. Appendix: note on the histology of fish skin' by J C Kernot, J Knaggs and Madge KayeJune 1929
RR/40/55Referee's report by Arthur Harden, on a paper 'Studies in the biochemistry of micro-organisms' by Harold RaistrickMarch 1930
RR/35/12Referee's report by Arthur Harden, on a paper 'The photosynthesis of naturally occurring compounds. I.—The action of ultra-violet light on carbonic acid' by Edward Charles Cyril Baly, J B Davies and H ShanassyApril 1927
RR/17/428Referee's report by Arthur Harden, on a paper 'The germicidal action of metals and its relation to the production of peroxide of hydrogen' by Allan C Rankin28 June 1909
RR/43/51Referee's report by Arthur Harden, on a paper 'The molecular statistics of an enzyme action' by John Burdon Sanderson HaldaneJune 1931
RR/18/141Referee's report by Horace Tabberer Brown, on a paper 'The alcoholic ferment of yeast-juice. Part VI - The influence of arsenates and arsenites on the fermentation of the sugars by yeast-juice' by Arthur Harden and W J Young24 January 1911
RR/46/53Referee's report by Arthur Harden, on a paper 'The relationship of micro-organisms to the decay of stone' by Sydney G Paine, Frank V Linggood, Freda Schimmer and Thomas C Thrupp[October 1932]
RR/52/73Referee's report by Arthur Harden, on a paper 'Physico-chemical studies of complex organic molecules. Part IV. The oxidation of ascorbic acid by air' by Frank Phillip Bowden, S D D Morris and W L Francis14 April 1934
RR/58/8Referee's report by Arthur Harden, on a paper 'Studies on the nature of the amphibian organization centre V—The distribution and nature of glycogen in the amphibian embryo' by Norman G Heatley and P E LindahlDecember 1936
RR/50/86Referee's report by Arthur Harden, on a paper 'On the ultra-violet absorption of crystalline preparations of vitamin B1' by Rudolph Albert Peters and J St L PhilpotFebruary 1933
RR/53/66Referee's report by Arthur Harden, on a paper 'The decomposition of sodium formate by Bacterium coli in the presence of heavy water' by Adalbert Farkas, Ladislas Farkas and J Yudkin27 April 1934
RR/52/68Referee's report by Arthur Harden, on a paper 'Physico-chemical studies of complex organic molecules. III. Surface properties of concentrates of vitamin A' by Frank Philip Bowden and S H Bastow11 May 1934
RR/54/30Referee's report by Arthur Harden, on a paper 'The swelling of structured proteins - The influence of the reticular tissue on the swelling of collagen in water and hydrochloric acid' by Dorothy Jordan-Lloyd and R H Marriott1935
RR/54/96Referee's report by Arthur Harden, on a paper 'The principle of formaldehyde, alcohol, and acetone titrations. With a discussion of the proof and implication of the zwitterion conception' by George Maxwell Richardson7 February 1934
RR/54/98Referee's report by Arthur Harden, on a paper 'The differential titration of mixed strong and weak acids. A method for "free HCl" in gastric contents, etc' by George Maxwell Richardson7 February 1934
RR/56/86Referee's report by Arthur Harden, on a paper 'The principle of formaldehyde, alcohol, and acetone titrations an addendum' by George Maxwell Richardson[October 1935]
RR/58/9Referee's report by Arthur Harden, on a paper 'Studies on the nature of the amphibian organization centre - VI-Inductions by the evocator-glycogen complex in intact embryos and in ectoderm removed from the individuation-field' by Norman G Heatley, Conrad Hal Waddington and Joseph NeedhamDecember 1936
RR/35/10Referee's report by Arthur Harden, on a paper 'The photosynthesis of naturally occurring compounds.—II. The photosynthesis of carbohydrates from carbonic acid by means of visible light' by Edward Charles Cyril Baly, W E Stephen and N R HoodApril 1927
NLB/65/541Copy letter from William Bate Hardy, Secretary of the Royal Society; to Dr [Arthur] Harden, FRS15 November 1923
NLB/65/826Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Sir John Rose Bradford, KCMG, FRS12 January 1924
RR/29/55Referee's report by Arthur Harden, on a paper 'Studies in the fat metabolism of the Timothy Grass Bacillus. II.—The carbon balance-sheet and respiratory quotient' by Marjory Stephenson and Margaret Dampier WhethamJune 1923
NLB/65/67Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to James Hopwood Jeans, Secretary of the Royal Society21 July 1923
NLB/64/684Copy letter from James Hopwood Jeans, Secretary of the Royal Society; to Dr [Arthur] Harden, FRS2 June 1923
NLB/65/80Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Sir John [Rose] Bradford, FRS25 July 1923
NLB/65/301Copy letter from William Bate Hardy, Secretary of the Royal Society; to Dr [Arthur] Harden, FRS8 October 1923
NLB/65/864Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Dr [Arthur] Harden, FRS19 January 1924
NLB/69/62Copy letter from [Henry Hallett Dale, Secretary of] the Royal Society; to Prof. [Arthur] Harden, FRS23 December 1925
NLB/69/16Copy letter from James Hopwood Jeans, Secretary of the Royal Society; to Prof. [Arthur] Harden, FRS11 December 1924
NLB/70/83Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Professor [Arthur] Harden, FRS21 December 1926
NLB/69/462Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Prof [Arthur] Harden, FRS22 April 1926
RR/54/97Referee's report by Arthur Harden, on a paper 'Critique on the biological estimation of amino nitrogen' by George Maxwell Richardson7 February 1934
NLB/65/205Copy letter from William Bate Hardy, Secretary of the Royal Society; to Sir John [Rose] Bradford, KCMG, FRS20 September 1923
RR/30/64Referee's report by Arthur Harden, on a paper 'The kinetics of haemoglobin. III.—The velocity with which oxygen combines with reduced haemoglobin' by Hamilton Hartridge and Francis John Worsley Roughton[December 1924]
RR/34/115Referee's report by Arthur Harden, on a paper 'The isolation of some hitherto undescribed products of hydrolysis of proteins.— Part III' by Samuel Barnett Schryver, H W Buston and Vernon Herbert Blackman[July 1926]
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