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The Julius Axelrod Papers

Title:
Noradrenaline: Fate and Control of Its Biosynthesis pdf (1,846,381 Bytes) ocr (52,896 Bytes)
Noradrenaline: Fate and Control of Its Biosynthesis
Description:
In his Nobel lecture in 1970, Axelrod explored the origins of his interests in, and the present state of scientific inquiry for, research of sympathetic amines, noradrenaline and neural uptake and regulation. Axelrod, Ulf von Euler and Sir Bernard Katz, were awarded the Nobel Prize for their "discoveries concerning the humoral transmitters in the nerve terminals and the mechanism for their storage, release and inactivation."
Number of Image Pages:
20 (1,846,381 Bytes)
Date:
1971
Creator:
Axelrod, Julius
Source:
Monograph: Axelrod, Julius. "Noradrenaline: Fate and Control of Its Biosynthesis." Les Prix Nobel 1970. Imprimerie Royale P. A. Norstedt & Soner, 1971. Pp. 189-208. Article. 20 Images.
Publisher:
Imprimerie Royale P. A. Norstedt & Soner
Rights:
Reproduced with permission of the Nobel Foundation.
Subject:
Medical Subject Headings (MeSH):
Norepinephrine
Sympathomimetics
Metabolism
Exhibit Category:
The Nobel Prize and Public Science after 1970
Box Number:
10
Unique Identifier:
HHAABS
Document Type:
Articles
Language:
English
Format:
application/pdf
image/tif
Series: Nobel Prize and Other Awards, 1929-2004
SubSeries: Nobel Prize
SubSubSeries: Other
Folder: Les Prix Nobel en 1970. Edited by W. Odelberg. Stockholm: Nobel Foundation, 1971
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