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David Nachmansohn papers, 1918-1981

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Call No.: MS#0193
Bib ID 4078362 View CLIO record
Creator(s) Nachmansohn, David, 1899-1983
Title David Nachmansohn papers, 1918-1981
Physical Description 5 linear feet (9 manuscript boxes and one tube box with scroll cylinders)
Language(s) English , French , German , Hebrew .
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Arrangement

Arrangement

Box 1: Cataloged correspondence, manuscripts and photographs; Boxes 2 and 3: Arranged correspondence, manuscripts, photographs, memorabilia and printed materials; Boxes 4-7: Printed materials; Boxes 8 and 9: Awards and memorabilia; 2 scroll cylinders (degrees).

Description

Summary

Correspondence, manuscripts, photographs, memorabilia, and printed materials primarily concerning biochemistry. Correspondents include 24 Nobel Prize winners, including Otto Loewi, Otto Meyerhof, Archibald Vivian Hill, Feodor Lynes, Severo Ochoa, and Otto Warburg. Other correspondents include Sir Hans Krebs, John Farquhar Fulton, Jean Pierre Changeux, and others in Europe, Israel, Japan, and the USSR as well as the USA. Nachmansohn's concern with the place of Jews in science appears throughout the collection, especially in material concerning the Weismann Institute and other academic institutions to which he belonged. There are photographs of colleagues, many signed and inscribed during his many trips. The printed materials consist chiefly of Nachmanson's published works beginning with his 1927 doctoral dissertation (University of Berlin) and continuing throughout his professional life at the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute (1926-1930), the Sorbonne (1933-1939), Yale University (1939-1942), and Columbia University (1942-1982).

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Ownership and Custodial History

Gift of Dr. David Nachmansohn, 1976.

Gift of Mrs. Edith Berger Nachmansohn, 1984.

Gift of Joseph A. and Ruth D. Nachmansohn Rothschild, PhDs, 1992.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Papers: Source of acquisition--Nachmanson, David. Method of acquisition--Gift; Date of acquisition--1976.

Addition: Source of acquisition--Nachmansohn, Mrs. David. Date of acquisition--04/--/85.

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Processing Information

Papers Processed BRC 10/21/76.

Addition Processed JL-W 04/--/85.

Revision Description

2021-08-17 Remediated finding aid with edited, enhanced description. cml

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Acetylcholine Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Acetylcholinesterase Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Adenosine triphosphate Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
American Committee for the Weizmann Institute of Science Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Biochemistry Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Biochemists Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Blaschko, H. K. F., 1900-1993 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Bloch, Konrad Emil, 1912- Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Blumenfeld, Kurt, 1884-1963 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Bonhoeffer, Karl Friedrich, 1899-1957 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Bovet, Daniel, 1907-1992 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Bullock, Theodore Holmes Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Chain , Ernst Boris, 1906-1979 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Changeux, Jean-Pierre Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Clarke, Hans Thacher, 1887-1972 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Columbia University -- : Faculty Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Cordier, Andrew W (Andrew Wellington), 1901-1975 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Cori , C. F. (Carl Ferdinand ), 1896-1984 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Dale, Henry H. (Henry Hallett), 1875-1968 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Deutsche Akademie der Naturforscher Leopoldina. Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Du Vigneaud, Vincent, 1901-1978 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Eccles , John C. (John Carew), 1903-1997 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Eigen , Manfred, 1927-2019 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Einstein, Alfred, 1880-1952 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Electrophysiology Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Euler, Ulf S. von , Ulf Svante, 1905-1983 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Berlin Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Fulton, John F (John Farquhar), 1899-1960 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Green, David E. (David Ezra), 1910-1983 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Heisenberg, Elisabeth, 1914-1998 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Hill, A. V (Archibald Vivian), 1886-1977 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Hodgkin, A. L. (Alan Lloyd) Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Huber, R. (Robert), 1937- Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Jacobi , Lotte, 1896-1990 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Jewish scientists Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Kaiser-Wilhelm-Institut für Biochemie Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Kandel, Eric R. Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Kirk, Grayson L. (Grayson Louis), 1903-1997 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Krebs, Hans Adolf, Sir Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Kuhn, Richard, 1900-1967 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Kusch, Polykarp, 1911-1993 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
La Monte, Francesca Raimonde, 1895-1982 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Littauer , U. Z. Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Loeb, Robert F. (Robert Frederick), 1895-1973 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Loewi, Otto, 1873-1961 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Lowenthal, A. (Armand ) Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Lwoff, André, 1902-1994 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Lynen, Feodor Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Lüst, Reimar, 1923- Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Magnes, J. L. (Judah Leon), 1877-1948 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
McGill, William J. (William James), 1922-1997 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Mekhon Ṿaitsman le-madaʻ Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Meyerhof, George Geoffrey Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Meyerhof, Otto, 1884-1951 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Meyerhof, Walter E. (Walter Ernst), 1922- Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Mikhelʹson, M. I︠A︡. (Mikhail I︠A︡kovlevich ) Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
National Academy of Sciences (U.S.) Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Needham, Dorothy M. (Dorothy Mary), 1896-1987 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Neuberg, Carl, 1877- Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Neurology Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Nussbaum, Arthur, 1877-1964 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Ochoa, Severo, 1905-1993 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Pauls, Rolf Friedemann (1915-) Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Peters, Rudolph Albert, Sir Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Phosphocreatine Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Polanyi, Michael, 1891-1976 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Press, Frank, 1924- Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Prigogine, I. (Ilya ) Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Ramey, Estelle R. Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Remmer, Herbert Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Seitz, Frederick, 1911-2008 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Severin, S. E. (Sergeĭ Evgenʹevich), 1901-1993 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Shemin, David, 1911-1991 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Sovern, Michael I. Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Stanley, Wendell M. (Wendell Meredith), 1904-1971 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Stern, Fritz, 1926-2016 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Szent-Györgyi, Albert, 1893-1986 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Theorell, Hugo Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Université de Paris Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Volcani, Benjamin E. (Benjamin Elazari ) Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Waksman, Selman A. (Selman Abraham), 1888-1973 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Warburg, Otto Heinrich, 1883-1970 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Weltsch, Robert Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Yale University Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Zotterman, Yngve Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID

History / Biographical Note

Biographical sketch

David Nachmansohn (1898-1983) was a biochemist, who was responsible for clarifying the role of phosphocreatine energy production in the muscles, and the role of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine in nerve stimulation. He was also recognized for his basic research into the biochemistry and mechanism underlying bioelectric phenomena.

In 1898, Dr. Nachmansohn was born in Ekaterinoslav, Russia (now Dnipro, Ukraine) into a Jewish liberal and democratic family, which he credited with imbuing him with the importance of cultural, spiritual, and moral values. As a child, his family moved to Berlin, where he attended a "humanistic" gymnasium, where he pursued studies in Latin, Greek, history, and literature. Although the curriculum did not expose him to the sciences, Nachmansohn credited literature, particularly, Faust by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832) for having a most profound influence on his thinking and outlook on life. In the second part of Faust, Nachmansohn stated: Faust realized at the end that the greatest value in life, that which gives life real meaning and the deepest satisfaction, is creative achievement. This belief that creative work is more valuable and counts more than anything else would remain the constant guideline of his life.

After graduating from the gymnasium in 1918, at the insistence of his parents, Nachmansohn began his medical studies, which would offer him the promise of some amount of economic security in a period when German society was experiencing bleak social and political conditions. Although he pursued the traditional medical curriculum at the University of Berlin, he also engaged in some creative Goethean thinking and supplemented his studies by attending the lectures of the classical philologist Ulrich von Wilamowitz-Moellendorff (1848-1931), the philosopher Ernst Cassirer (1875-1945) and the historian Friedrich Meinecke (1862-1954). Upon graduation in 1924, Nachmansohn received additional training in biochemistry under the physician and physiologist Peter Rona (1871-1945), who directed the biochemical laboratory in the Pathology Department at the Charité Hospital of the Berlin University Medical School. In 1926, he joined the Kaiser-Wilhelm Institut für Biologie (Institut) where he worked in the laboratory under the physician, biochemist, and Nobel Prize laureate Otto Meyerhof (1884-1951). At the Institut, Nachmansohn discovered that rapidly contracting muscles contained more phosphocreatine than slowly contracting ones, which eventually led to the hypothesis that phosphocreatine was involved in the regeneration of the Adenosine triphosphate (ATP) that was built up to provide energy during muscular contraction.

After the Nazi regime came to power, in January 1933, Nachmansohn left Germany with his family to Palestine, but the scientific facilities were not favorable there for the continuation of his research. Therefore, after receiving several offers, he gained a position in the Faculty of Sciences at the Sorbonne, Paris (1933-1939). At the Sorbonne, Nachmansohn determined that acetylcholinesterase is present at high concentrations in many different types of excitable nerve and muscle fibers and in brain tissue. This discovery was crucial to lending support for 1936 Nobel Prize laureates Otto Loewi (1873-1961) and Henry Dale's (1875-1968) then novel proposal that acetylcholine functions in the transmission of impulses from nerves across junctions to other nerves or to muscles.

At the invitation of John F. Fulton (1899-1960), in September 1937, Nachmansohn visited the United States and gave a lecture at Yale University. Shortly before the outbreak of World War II, in 1939, Fulton asked him to join his laboratory. At Yale, he published studies confirming the presence of even higher concentration of acetylcholinesterase in the electric organ of electric eels. This work also demonstrated a strong connection between the release of acetylcholine and the electric discharge.

In 1942, Nachmansohn accepted a faculty position at from Columbia University as a Professor of Biochemistry (1942-1967) and later became a special lecturer (1967-1982). Nachmansohn stated that he was attracted to Columbia's reputation as a great scientific and intellectual center. In the Medical School, for example, basic laboratory research was strongly emphasized, particularly under the forceful leadership of Clarke, Hans Thacher (1887-1972) and Robert F. Loeb (1895-1973). He declared that, in the 1930s, Clarke's liberal attitude and generous personality had attracted many prominent investigators such as Rudolf Schoenheimer (1898-1941), Konrad Emil Bloch (1912-2000), David Shemin (1911-1991) and David Ezra Green (1910-1983).

At Columbia, Nachmansohn attracted a great number of students and investigators to his laboratory at the College of Physicians and Surgeons, which was a place of much excitement and feverish activity. For example, Nachmansohn and his colleagues wrote nearly four hundred articles, the majority original research papers, were published from his laboratory between 1947 and 1977. In the spring of 1980, former students, collaborators, and friends of Nachmansohn organized an international symposium at the University of Liège to honor him on his eighty-first birthday. It was apparent to Nachmansohn at this meeting that his field of endeavor had been expanded in many directions by his former associates and their students. Particularly noteworthy was the tremendous progress made in the understanding of the molecular structure of acetylcholine esterase and of the acetylcholine receptor.

After his retirement in 1967, Nachmansohn continued to work, travel, and lecture extensively. To illustrate, having a great pride in his Jewish heritage, he was an enthusiastic champion of the Zionist cause and made many visits to Israel. In this regard, Nachmansohn was an active supporter of the Hebrew University and the Weizmann Institute, where he served as a member of the board of governors. He was a firm believer in the world fraternity of science and was among the first scientists of German Jewish origin to visit Germany after the war, working tirelessly for the reestablishment of scientific ties between Germany and the West. Nachmansohn also promoted intensely scientific rapprochement between Germany and Israel. In the 1970s, Nachmansohn devoted himself to the study of the role played by German-Jewish scientists in the explosion of scientific knowledge that took place in the first quarter of the 20th century. This scholarly investigation culminated in the publication of his book, German-Jewish Pioneers in Science: 1900-1933.

Over the course of his career, Nachmansohn received many honors. He was elected a member of the German Academy of Natural Sciences (Leopoldina) (1963) and became a member of the National Academy of Sciences (1965). Nachmansohn was also a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, an honorary fellow of the Weizmann Institute of Sciences of Israel (1972) and the Berlin Medical Society. He was a recipient of the Pasteur Medal (Paris), the Neuberg Medal (New York), the Medal of the Société de chimie biologique (Paris), the Albrecht von Graefe Medal of the Berlin Medical Society, the Nicloux Medal (Paris), and the Gold Medal of the Spanish Council for Scientific Research. Nachmansohn received an honorary MD degree from the Free University of Berlin and honorary DSc degrees from the University of Liège (Belgium) and Tufts University (Boston). In October 1984, an international symposium on the molecular basis of nerve activity was held at the Free University of Berlin in memory of David Nachmansohn. Attesting to the high esteem in which David Nachmansohn was held by his colleagues, this conference was sponsored jointly by the Max-Planck Gesellschaft zur Forderung der Wissenschaften [Max-Planck Society for the Advancement of Science], the Société française de chimie biologique [French Society of Biological Chemistry], the Weizmann Institute of Sciences, the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft [German Research Foundation], the Free University of Berlin, and the Gesellschaft für Biologische Chemie [Society for Biological Chemistry].

On November 2, 1983, Dr. David Nachmansohn passed away in NYC.

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I. Correspondence, Manuscripts and Photographs


I.1 Catalogued Correspondence and Manuscripts


Adrian, 1st baron, Edgar Douglas Adrian (1889-1977); Cambridge, UK



Box 1 t.l.s., 1 p., 1960 May 7


Bloch, Konrad Emil (1912-2000) (German American biochemist, who received the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine (1964) for discoveries concerning the regulation of the cholesterol and fatty acid metabolism.)


Box 1 Cambridge, MA; a.l.s., 1 p., [1965 April]


Bovet, Daniel (1907-1992) (Swiss-born Italian pharmacologist, who won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine (1957) for his discovery of drugs that block the actions of specific neurotransmitters.).


Box 1 Rome; 4 a.l.s., 1958-1963


Box 1 Sassari, Italy; Rome; Los Angeles, CA; 4 a.l.s. (1 written at end of a letter from his wife, Filomena Nitti (1909-1994)), 1963-1966


Chain, Sir Ernst Boris (1906-1979) (German-born British biochemist, who was a co-recipient of the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine for his work on penicillin (1945).)


Box 1 Rome and London; 3 a.l.s. (1 verso of letter from Anne Chain (1921-1991)) 1 t.l.s., 1953-[1979?]


Box 1 Changeux, Jean-Pierre (1936- ) (French neuroscientist known for his research in several fields biology.); v.p., 5 a.l.s., undated


Box 1 Paris; 5 a.l.s., [1966?]-1967


Box 1 Paris; 6 a.l.s., 1968


Box 1 Paris; 5 a.l.s.; 1 t.l.s., 1969-1970


Box 1 Paris; 5 a.l.s.; 1 t.l.s., 1971-1973


Box 1 Paris; 7 a.l.s. (2 photo copies); 1 t.l.s. (photocopy), 1974-1980


Box 1 to [Eva-Renate Busse; Paris?; a.l.s., 6 p. (incomplete: first page[s] missing), circa 1968 February


Box 1 Cori, Carl Ferdinand (1896-1984) (Czech-American biochemist and pharmacologist, who was the co-recipient of the Nobel Prize (1947) for how glycogen is broken down and resynthesized in the body.)


Box 1 St. Louis, MO; t.l.s., 1 p., 1951 December 13


Box 1 [Remarks at Memorial for Otto Meyerhof]; [Philadelphia, PA]; t.ms., 4 p. (with a. corrections; enclosed with the above), [1951 December 5]


Cushing, Harvey (1869-1939) (American neurosurgeon, pathologist, writer, and draftsman)


Box 1 New Haven, CT; t.l.s., 1 p., 1937 December 9


Box 1 New Haven, CT; t.l.s., 1 p., 1938 February 25


Dale, Sir Henry Hallett (1875-1968) (English pharmacologist and physiologist. Co-recipient for Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine for his study of acetylcholine as an agent in the chemical transmission of nerve impulses.)


Box 1 London; 3 t.l.s. (with related letter, copy), 1936-1937


du Vigneaud, Vincent (1901-1978) (Am. biochemist, who received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry (1955) for his work on biochemically important sulphur compounds, especially for the first synthesis of a polypeptide hormone.)


Box 1 New York; 3 t.l.s., 1959-1965


Eccles, Sir John Carew (1903-1997) (Australian neurophysiologist who was the co-recipient of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine (1963) for his work on the synapse.)


Box 1 Canberra, Australia; t.l.s., 1 p., 1959 November 19


Eigen, Manfred (1927-2019) (German biophysical chemist who won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry (1967) for work on measuring fast chemical reactions.)


Box 1 Goettingen, West Germany; 3 a.l.s.; 1 ms.l. (written at the end of letters from Ruthild Winkler), 1972 February-November


Box 1 Goettingen, West Germany; 2 a.l.s.; 2 t.l.s.; 1 telegram (written at the end of letters from Ruthild Winkler), 1972-1977


Box 1 to Willy Brandt; Goettingen, West Germany; t.l.s., 3 p. (photocopy), 1973 October 30


Eshkol, Levi (1895-1969) (was an Israeli statesman and founder of the Labor Party, who served as the third Prime Minster of Israel (1963-1969))


Box 1 Jerusalem; t.l.s., 2 p., 1967 August 16


Fulton, John Farquhar (1899-1960) (Am. neurophysiologist and science writer, who was Sterling Prof. of Physiology at Yale U.)


Box 1 to H. Houston Merritt (1902-1979) (pre-eminent academic neurologist); New Haven, CT; t.l.s., 1 p., 1949 January 12


Box 1 New Haven, CT; 4 t.l.s. (with related letter); 1 telegram, 1937-1939 March


Box 1 New Haven, CT; 5 t.l.s., 1939 May-August


Box 1 New Haven, CT; 5 t.l.s., 1940-1942 February


Box 1 New Haven, CT; 6 t.l.s., 1942 August-1943 February


Box 1 New Haven, CT; 5 t.l.s., 1943 February 26-1952


Box 1 New Haven, CT; 6 t.l.s. (with 1 related letter), 1953 February-April


Box 1 New Haven, CT; 5 t.l.s., 1953 June-November


Harman, Avraham (1914-1992) (Israeli diplomat and academic administrator, who served as Israeli ambassador to the United States (1959-1968).)


Box 1 Jerusalem; t.l.s., 1 p., 1973 June 29


Box 1 Hartmann, Heinz (1894-1970) (Psychiatrist and psychoanalyst, who is considered one of the founders and principal representatives of ego psychology.)


Box 1 New York; t.l.s., 1 p., 1960 November 17


Hill, Archibald Vivian (1886-1977) (English physiologist, who shared the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine (1922) for his elucidation of the production of heat and mechanical work of muscles.)


Box 1 London and Washington, D.C.; 5 t.l.s., 1933-1940


Box 1 London; 1 a.l.s.; 4 t.l.s., 1948-1950


Box 1 London; 2 a.l.s.; 2 t.l.s., 1957-1959


Box 1 London; 3 a.l.s.; 1 t.l.s., 1960-1964


Box 1 Hodgkin, Alan Lloyd (1914-1998) (English physiologist and biophysicist, who shared the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine (1963).)


Box 1 Plymouth, UK; a.l.s., 1959 November 15


Humphrey, Hubert H., Jr. (1911-1978) (Am. politician, who served as the 38th vice president of the United States.)


Box 1 Washington, DC; t.l.s., 1 p., 1965 May 3


Jacobi, Lotte (1896-1990) (Leading American portrait photographer and photojournalist)


Box 1 to David and Edith Nachmansohn; Hillsboro, NH; a.l.s., 1 p. (enclosed: flyer regarding New York City photo exhibit.), 1956 March 9


Katchalski, Ehpraim (later Katzir) (1916-2009) (Israeli biophysicist and Israeli Labor Party politician, who was the fourth President of Israel (1973-1978).)


Box 1 Rehoveth, Israel; 4 t.l.s., 1962-1964


Box 1 Rehovoth, Israel; and Los Angeles, CA; 2 a.l.s.; 3 t.l.s., 1964-1965


Box 1 Rehovoth, Israel; and Heidelberg, West Germany; 1 a.p.c.s.; 3 t.l.s., 1967-1970


Box 1 Rehovoth and Jerusalem, Israel; 4 t.l.s., 1972-1975


Kennedy, Robert F. (1925-1968) (Am. politician and lawyer, who served as the 64th U.S. Attorney General (1961-1964).)


Box 1 Washington, DC; telegram, 1968 February 28


Kirkwood, John Gamble (1907-1959) (Noted chemist and physicist)


Box 1 New Haven, CT; t.l.s., 1 p., 1958 November 4


Krebs, Sir Hans Adolf (1900-1981) (German born British biologist, physician, and biochemist, who was a pioneer in the study of cellular respiration.)


Box 1 Cambridge, England; 1 a.l.s.; 4 t.l.s., 1934 October and undated


Box 1 Cambridge and Sheffield, UK; 3 a.l.s.; 3 t.l.s., 1934 November


Box 1 v.p.; 6 a.l.s.; 1 t.l.s.; 2 telegrams (1 letter and telegrams also written and signed by his wife Margaret Cicely Fieldhouse Krebs (1913-1993)), 1937-1967


Box 1 Oxford, England; 5 t.l.s., 1970-1975


Box 1 Oxford, England; 5 t.l.s., 1976-1981


Kuhn, Richard Johann (1900-1967) (Austrian-German biochemist, who was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry (1938) for his work on carotenoids and vitamins.)


Box 1 Heidelberg, West Germany; t.l.s.; 1 p., 1960 February 26


Kusch, Polykarp (1911-1993) (German-born American physicist, who received a divided Nobel Prize for Physics (1955) for his innovations in quantum electrodynamics.)


Box 1 New York, NY and Dallas, TX; 4 t.l.s. (2 are xerox copies), 1969-1979


Loewi, Otto (1873-1961) (German-born pharmacologist, who received the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine (1936) for his discovery of the role of acetylcholine as an endogenous neurotransmitter.)


Box 1 Graz, Austria; 2 a.l.s. (with related letter, copy), 1938-1949


Lwoff, André Michel (1902-1994) (French microbiologist and Nobel laureate in medicine (1965).)


Box 1 Paris, France; 2 t.l.s., 1948-1949


Lynen, Feodor (1911-1979) (German biochemist, who was the co-recipient of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine (1964) for discoveries concerning the mechanism and regulation of cholesterol and fatty acid metabolism.)


Box 1 v.p.; 3 a.l.s.; 2 t.l.s. (2 letters also signed by his wife Eva Wieland (1915–2002)); 1 a.p.c.s. (also signed by Konrad Bloch, et al.), 1952-1965, undated


Box 1 Munich and Starnberg, West Germany; 1 a.l.s.; 3 t.l.s., 1965-1976


Meyerhof, Otto Fritz (1884-1951) (German physician and biochemist, who received the Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine (1922).)


Box 1 Heidelberg, West Germany; and Engadin, Switzerland; 5 a.l.s.; 1 t.l.s., 1936-1938 April


Box 1 Heidelberg, West Germany; 5 a.l.s., 1938 May-June 21


Box 1 v.p.; 4 a.l.s.; 1 t.l.s., 1938 June 25-1940 May


Box 1 v.p.; 5 a.l.s., 1940 July-1945 October


Box 1 Philadelphia, PA; 5 a.l.s., 1945 November-1946 May 9


Box 1 Philadelphia, PA; 5 a.l.s., 1946 May 23-August


Box 1 Philadelphia, PA; 5 a.l.s., 1946 November 3-1949 January 11


Box 1 Philadelphia, PA; t.l.s., 1 p., 1949 January 17


Box 1 Philadelphia, PA; 5 a.l.s., 1949 January 16-September 24


Box 1 Philadelphia, PA; 5 a.l.s., 1949 September 29-1950 May 20


Box 1 Philadelphia, PA; 5 a.l.s., 1950 May 31-1951 January


Box 1 Philadelphia, PA; 5 a.l.s., 1951 February-September


Box 1 ,,Lieber Rudolf Höber"; [Philadelphia, PA; t.ms.s, 2 p. (address with corrections; also with variant t. copy and carbon, 1 p. each) [Apparently a birthday dinner, probably at the U. of PA; inscribed at the top of the page, "Otto Meyerhof zu meinem 70. Geburtstag," by Höber (?)], [1943]


Box 1 Will we get the benefits?; [Philadelphia, PA]; t.ms., 4 p. (speech; with a. corrections; also a variant t. copy; 4 p. with carbon), [circa 1946 October]


Box 1 Freedom of Science in the Atomic Age; n.p.; t.ms., 5 p. (speech with a. corrections; also a variant c. copy, 3 p., carbon), circa 1947


Box 1 Für Hedwig; [Philadelphia, PA?]; t.ms., 1 p. (statement on education for peace; with a. inscription and correction), [circa 1947?]


Box 1 ,,Ostergedicht für Hedwig, 1951"; [Philadelphia, PA; t.ms., 1 p. (poem; with ms.n.; with another t. copy, carbon), [1951]


Nagel, Ernest (1901-1985) (Am. philosopher of science, who was a major figure of the logical positivist movement.)


Box 1 South Wardsboro, VT; t.l.s., 1 p., 1980


Nissen, Rudolph (1896-1981) (Surgeon, who developed the Nissen fundoplication procedure. He completed the first pneumonectomy by a Western physician (1931).)


Box 1 Riehen-Basel, Switzerland; 2 a.l.s.; 2 t.l.s., 1959-1964


Box 1 Riehen-Basel, Switzerland; 4 a.l.s.; 1 t.l.s., 1966-1968


Nitti, Francesco Saverio (1868-1953) (Italian economist and radical political figure, who served as Prime Minister of Italy (1919-1920).)


Box 1 Rome, Italy; t.l.s.; 1 p., 1950 June 2


Ochoa de Albornoz, Severo (1905-1993) (Spanish-American physician and biochemist and joint Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine (1959).)


Box 1 v.p.; 1 t.l.s.; 2 a.p.c.s.; 1 telegram, 1965-1972, undated


Box 1 New York, NY and Madrid, Spain; 3 t.l.s. (clipping enclosed); 1 a.p.c.s., 1979-1981


Podleski, Thomas R. (1934- ) (Prof. of Neurobiology at Cornell U. (1980-2005).)


Box 1 Paris, France; 5 a.l.s., 1968 January-September


Box 1 Paris, France and Ithaca, NY; 4 a.l.s.; 1 t.l.s., 1968 November-1971


Stanley, Wendell Meredith (1904-1971) (Am. biochemist, virologist, and Nobel laureate in Chemistry (1946).)


Box 1 Berkeley, CA; t.l.s., 1 p., 1965 May 3


Stevenson II, Adlai (1900-1965) (Am. lawyer, politician, and diplomat, who served as the 5th U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. (1961-1965).)


Box 1 New York, NY; t.l.s., 1 p., 1961 February 10


Szent-Gyorgyi, Albert (1893-1986) (Hungarian biochemist, who won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine (1936).)


Box 1 Woods Hole, MA; t.l.s., 1 p.


Box 1 Taggart, John Victor (1916-1994) (Dalton Professor of Physiology, who was chairman of the department of physiology at the College of Physician & Surgeons, Columbia U. for 20 years. He was known for his ground-breaking research on the mechanism of cellular transport.)


Box 1 New York, NY; 3 a.l.s., 1972 January-June


Theorell Hugo (1903-1982) (Swedish scientist and Nobel Prize laureate in medicine (1955).)


Box 1 Stockholm, Sweden; t.l.s., 1 p., 1972 October 25


von Euler, Ulf Svante (1905-1983) (Swedish physiologist and pharmacologist, who shared the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine (1970) for his work on neurotransmitters.)


Box 1 Cleveland, OH and Stockholm, Sweden; 3 a.l.s.; 3 t.l.s., 1967-1975


Waksman, Selman Abraham (1888-1973) (Biochemist and microbiologist, whose research enabled the discovery of streptomycin. He received the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine (1952).)


Box 1 New Brunswick, NJ; t.l.s., 1 p., 1965 April 20


Warburg, Otto Heinrich (1883-1970) (German physiologist, medical doctor, who received the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine (1931). Over the course of his career, he was nominated for the prize 47 times.)


Box 1 Berlin, West Germany; a.l.s., 1 p., 1963 November 16


Weber, Hans Hermann (1896-1974) (German physiologist and biochemist.)


Box 1 Heidelberg, West Germany; 2 a.l.s.; 3 t.l.s., 1958-1961


Box 1 Heidelberg, West Germany; 5 t.l.s., 1964-1965


Box 1 Heidelberg, West Germany; 2 a.l.s.; 4 t.l.s., 1968-1973


Weisgal, Meyer Wolf (1894-1977) (Am. journalist, publisher, playwright, fundraiser, and Zionist activist, who served as the President of the Weizmann Institute of Science (1966-1970))


Box 1 New York, NY; t.l.s., 1 p., 1960 March 4


I.2 Catalogued Photographs


Bovet, Daniel (1907-1992) (Swiss-born Italian pharmacologist, who won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine (1957) for his discovery of drugs that block the actions of specific neurotransmitters.)


Box 1 Rome, Italy; photograph, 9.5 x 7 in. (informal laboratory picture, with his wife Filomena Bovet-Nitti (1909-1994); with a.n.s. by her, also s. by him), 1958 July


Fulton, John Farquhar (1899-1960) (Am. neurophysiologist and science writer.)


Box 1 n.p.,; photograph, 8.75 x 7 in., signed and inscribed to David Nachmansohn, undated


Krebs, Sir Hans Adolf (1900-1981) (German born British biologist, physician and biochemist, who was a pioneer in the study of cellular respiration.)


Box 1 Yorkshire, UK; photograph, 7.5 x 5.5 in. (signed and inscribed to David Nachmansohn), 1949 March 19


Lynen, Feodor (1911-1979) (German biochemist, who was the co-recipient of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine (1964) for discoveries concerning the mechanism and regulation of cholesterol and fatty acid metabolism.)


Box 1 Munich, West Germany; photograph, 7 x 5 in. (signed and dated "20.III.1957"), 1957 March 20


Ochoa de Albornoz, Severo (1905-1993) (Spanish-American physician and biochemist and joint Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine (1959).)


Box 1 New York, NY; photograph, 8 x 10 in., signed and inscribed to David Nachmansohn with a.n.), 1968 July 20


I.3 Arranged Correspondence, Manuscripts, Photographs, Memorabilia and Printed Materials--A--Z


(A)



Box 2 Abbott, Bernard C. (1920-2006) (Professor of Biology UCLA (1981-2006).), 1972


Box 2 * Abelson, Philip Hauge (1913-2004) (Scientist, who was the co-discoverer of neptunium; uranium-separation process contributed to atomic bomb development. Member, National Academy of Sciences, DN's election.)


Box 2 Adler, Leona K. (Assistant Prof., Teacher Education Program, Hunter College, CUNY); National Association of Biology Teachers.), 1966


Box 2 Allen, Norman (Dept. of Medicine, Division of Neurology, The School of Medicine, U. of North Carolina.), 1961


Box 2 Appelboom, Peter (Associated with the Elsevier Pub. Co., NYC. & Re, Meyerhof Festschrift.), 1950


Box 2 Armstrong, Philip Brownell (1898-1981) (Director, Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL) (1950-1966), Woods Hole, MA; SUNY at Syracuse.), 1953-1959


Box 2 Aron, Ludwig (NYC), 1971


Box 2 Asensio, Carlos (1925-1982) (Centro de Investigaciones Biologicas, Instituto de Enzimologia, Madrid, Spain.), 1969


Box 2 Aubert, Xavier (1919-1998) (Université de Louvain, Laboratoire de Physiologie, Louvain, Belgium.), 1960


Box 2 Augustinsson, Klas Bertil (1917-1978) (Swedish chemist. Research Fellow Stockholm U. (1956-1978). & Re, Meyerhoff Festschrift.), 1952-1959


(B)


Box 2 Bacq, Zénon M. (1903-1983) (Belgian radiobiologist, taught at U. de Liège, awarded Francqui Prize on Biological and Medical Sciences (1948).), 1959


Box 2 Baker, A. Leroy (1898-1957) (Technical Director, Worthington Biochemical Corp., Freehold, NJ ), 1967


Box 2 Balapleevskii, Aleksandr (Leningrad, U.S.S.R.), 1965


Box 2 Barcroft, Prof. Sir Joseph (1872-1947) (British physiologist known for his studies of the oxygenation of blood. Chair of physiology at Cambridge U. (1925-1937).), 1939, undated


Box 2 Barnes, Norman F. (Manager-Communications, General Electric Co. General Engineering and Consulting Lab, Schenectady, NY.), 1961


Box 2 Barron, Eleazar S. Guzman (1898-1957) (Associate Prof. of Biochemistry, Dept. of Medicine, U. of Chicago; Woods Hole Lectures.), 1953


Box 2 Bauman, Lionel R. (1911-1987) (New York businessman, lawyer, philanthropist and president, American Friends of Hebrew U. (1963-1965).), 1964


Box 2 Baumann, Nicole (1932-2017) (Medical neurobiologist, Neurochemistry Research Association Pitie-Salpetriere Hospîtal, Lab de Neurochimie, Paris.), 1962-1969


Box 2 Baynes-Jones, Stanhope (1888-1970) (Am. physician, bacteriologist, medical historian, and a U.S. Army medical officer with the rank of Brig. Gen. Washington, D.C.), 1960


Box 2 Bean, William Bennett (1909-1989) (well-known internist, medical historian and teacher. Prof. of medicine and head of internal medicine at U. of Iowa College of Medicine (1948-1974).), 1965


Box 2 Bearman, David A. (Soc of Amer Archives) (Director of the National Information Systems Task Force of the Society of American Archivists (SAA) (1980-1982) and SAA Fellow.), 1977


Box 2 Belford, Julius (1920-2003) (Prof. SUNY Downstate Medical Center.), 1973


Box 2 Bender, Morris Boris (1904-1983) (Am. neuroscientist and prof. of neurology at Mt. Sinai School of Medicine, NYC.), 1959


Box 2 Bender, Myron Lee (1924-1988) (Prof. of Chemistry, Dept. of Chemistry, Northwestern U. (1960-1988). He worked primarily in the study of reaction mechanisms and the biochemistry of enzyme action.), 1980


Box 2 Bergmann, Felix (1908-2002) (Israeli pharmacologist in the Dept. of Pharmacology, The Hebrew U.-Hadassah Medical School, Jerusalem.), 1959


Box 2 Bernard, Prof. Jean (1907-2006) (French physician and haemotologist. Professor of haematology and director of the Institute for Leukaemia at the U. of Paris.), 1965


Box 2 Bernhard, Carl Gustaf (1910-2001) (Swedish physician, neurophysiologist and prof. at the Karolinska Institute (1948-1971).), 1959


Box 2 Bernhard, Sidney A. (1927-1988) (Am. chemist and prof. of chemistry at the U. of Oregon at Eugene, who as a National Research Council Fellow, he studied at the U. of Cambridge.), 1953


Box 2 Bethge, Eberhard (1909-2000) (Student of the theologian and anti-Nazi Dietrich Bonhoeffer. Pastor and lecturer associated with the Max Planck Institut.)


Box 2 Bethge, Heinz (1919-2001) (German physicist and president, Deutsche Akademie der Naturforscher Leopoldina [German National Academy of Sciences Leopoldina] (1974-1990).), 1976


Box 2 Betz, Émile-Hippolyte (1919-2012) (Dean of the Faculty of Medicine (1971-1977), then rector of the U. of Liège (1977-1985), who was associated with the Institut de Pathologie, U. of Belgium [Latin: Universitas Leodiensis].), 1977


Box 2 Beychok, Sherman (1931-1985) (Alan H. Kempner Professor of Biological Sciences and a professor of chemistry at Columbia U. He was also associated with the Depts. of Biochemistry and Neurology, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia U.), 1972


Box 2 Beyer, Karl Henry Jr. (1914-1996) (Am. Pharmacologist; secretary and later president The American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics, Inc. (ASPET) (1964-1965).), 1959


Box 2 Blaizot, Jean (1915- ) (Professor. Dean of the Faculty of Sciences of Toulouse (1965-1969) and rector of the Académie de Poitiers [Academy of Poitiers] (1961).), 1964


Box 2 Blumenfeld, Kurt (1884-1963) (German-born Zionist, who was the secretary general of the World Zionist Organization (1911-1914). He died in Jerusalem.), 1959


Box 2 Bobys, Robert (Student, Georgetown U. and member of the Student Council), 1961


Box 2 Bodian, David (1910-1992) (Am. medical scientist at the Johns Hopkins U. School of Medicine, who worked in polio research. Resided in Ruxton, MD.), 1960


Box 2 Bonhoeffer, Dr. Karl Friedrich (1899-1957) (German chemist, who was the older brother of martyred theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer. In 1949, he was appointed director of the Max Planck Institute for Physical Chemistry in Göttingen, West Germany.), 1954


Box 2 Filomena Bovet-Nitti (1909-1994) (French naturalized Italian biochemist and pharmacologist, who a pioneer of therapeutic chemistry.), 1961-1966


Box 2 Braunstein, Alexander Evseevich (1902-1986) (Biochemist. In 1945, he assumed leadership of a laboratory at the Institute of Biological and Medical Chemistry, under the auspices of the newly formed USSR Academy of Medical Sciences, Moscow.), 1959


Box 2 Brown, Joe Robert (1911-2004) (Neurologist at the Mayo Clinic.), 1961


Box 2 Brzin, Miroslav (1923-1999) (Institute of Pathological Physiology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Ljubljana (MF UL), Yugoslavia; Woods Hole Lectures, Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL).), 1964


Box 2 * Buchanan, John "Jack" (1917-2007) (Am. prof. of biochemistry at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), who was an elected fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the National Academy of Sciences. DM's election to the National Academy of Sciences.)


Box 2 Buchthal, Fritz (1907-2003) (Prof. of Neurophysiology, Institute of Neurophysiology, U. of Copenhagen, Denmark.), 1958-1960


Box 2 Bueding, Ernest (1910-1986) (Am. parasitologist, pharmacologist, biochemist, and cancer researcher, who was the head of pharmacology at the Medical School of Louisiana State University in New Orleans (1954-1960).), 1960


Box 2 Bujard (?), U.U. (NYC.), 1979


Box 2 Bullock, Theodore Holmes (1915-2005) (One of the founding fathers of neuroethology. In 1966, joined the Dept. of Neurosciences, U. of California, San Diego (UCSD), School of Medicine.), 1959, 1972


Box 2 Blaschko, Hermann Karl Felix (1900-1993) (Biochemist and pharmacologist. Emeritus Fellow, Linacre College, Oxford U. (1967-1993), Honorary Fellow 1990-1993).), 1935-1981


Box 2 Bronk, Detlev Wulf (1897-1975) (Am. scientist, educator, and administrator, who was credited with establishing biophysics as a recognized discipline. Served as president, John Hopkins U. (1949-1953) and president of The Rockefeller U. (1953-1968).), 1951-1973


Box 2 Bugnard, Prof. L.U. (Director, Institut National d'Hygiene [National Institute of Hygiene], Paris, France and U. Paris, Faculty of Medicine.), undated


Box 2 Busse, Eva-Renate (1914-2010) (Secretary to Dr. David Nachmansohn.), 1963-1976


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Box 2 Cairns, Theodore L. (1914-1994) (Am. chemist. Director, Central Research and Development Dept., E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Company.), 1963


Box 2 Caplan, S. Roy (1927- ) (Researcher in Kinetic and Thermodynamic Studies of Molecular Machines and Oscillatory Processes. Affiliated with The Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel (1962-1966, 1974-1977).), 1975


Box 2 Carafoli, Ernesto (1932- ) (Prof. of Biochemistry at the Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich [Swiss Federal Institute of Technology] (1965-1998).), 1981


Box 2 Carey, William D. (1916-1998) (Executive Assistant Director, Executive Office of the President, Bureau of the Budget), 1966


Box 2 Carlyle, R.F. (Dept. of Pharmacology, King's College, London.), 1964


Box 2 * Carter, Herbert Edmund (1910-2007) (Am. biochemist and educator. Re, DN's election to National Academy of Sciences.)


Box 2 del Castillo, José (1920-2002) (Professor and Director, Laboratory of Neurobiology, San Juan, PR), 1972


Box 2 Caveness, William F. (1908-1981) (Assoc. Prof., Dept. of Neurobiology, College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia U.), 1960


Box 2 Chagas, Carlos Filho (1910-2000) (Brazilian physician, biologist, and scientist, who is internationally known for his investigations of neural mechanisms. He is a founder of the Biophysics Institute of the Federal U. of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.), 1959-1964


Box 2 Chain, Lady Anne Ethel Beloff (1921-1991) (British biochemist, who worked at the Istituto Superiore di Sanità (1948-1964), Imperial College London (1964-1986) and the U. of Buckingham (1986-1991))., 1958-1979


Box 2 Chain, Benny (Prof. of Immunology on Faculty of Medical Sciences, U. College London and son of Sir Ernst Boris Chain (1906-1979), who was a German-born British biochemist, and a co-recipient of the Nobel Prize (1945)., 1964-1979


Box 2 Chang, Hai Won, 1973


Box 2 Clarke, Flora de Payer (wife of the prominent biochemist Hans Thacher Clarke), 1972, undated


Box 2 Clarke, Hans Thacher (1887-1972) (Prominent biochemist. Prof. Biological Chemistry, Columbia U. College of Physicians and Surgeons (1928-1956) and Yale U. (1956-1964). Wife, Flora de Peyer.), 1960-1969


Box 2 & Meyerhof Festschrift., 1949


Box 2 Clement, M.M.Y. (Associated with the Elsevier Pub. Co., NYC. & Re, Meyerhof Festschrift.), 1949


Box 2 Cohn, Josef (Associated with the Weizmann Institute. The Dr. Josef Cohn Minerva Center for Biomembrane Research was inaugurated in 1988 to commemorate Dr. Cohn's Through its activities, special attention has been given to promoting contacts between Israeli and German scientists.), 1935, 1979


Box 2 Cole, Kenneth Stuart (1900-1984) (Principal Biophysicist at U. of Chicago's Metallurgical Laboratory ("Met Lab") during the Manhattan Project. Nat Inst of Health, Naval Med Res, Bethesda, MD). Established and directed the Laboratory of Biophysics in the National Institute of Nervous Diseases and Blindness at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) (1959-1966).), 1953-1958


Box 2 Consolazio, William V. (1910-1987) (National Science Foundation.), 1961


Box 2 Cordier, Andrew W. (1901-1975) (U.N. Undersecretary in Charge of General Assembly and Related Affairs (1946-1961), Dean of the School of International Affairs, Columbia U., and President, Columbia U. (1968-1970).), 1968


Box 2 * Cornatzer, William E. (1918-2004) (Re, DN's election to the National Academy of Sciences.)


Box 2 Cowan, S.L. (Beit Memorial Research Fellow. Dept. of Physiology, Pharmacology, and Biochemistry, U. College, London.), 1937


Box 2 Czapski, Grete (Rambam Laboratories, Jerusalem, Israel.), 1960


Box 2 Courtois, Jean Émile (1907-1989) (Pharmacist, who served as secretary la Société Française de Chimie Biologique [French Society of Biological Chemistry] (1953-1969) and later became its president.), 1959-1972


(D)


Box 2 Davies, R.E. (Medical Research Council, Unit for Research in Cell Metabolism, Dept. of Biochemistry at The U. of Sheffield), 1953


Box 2 Davis, Watson (1896-1967) (Director, The Institution for the Popularization of Science), 1964


Box 2 Debye, Peter (1884-1966) (Dutch-American physicist and physical chemist, and Nobel laureate in Chemistry), 1958


Box 2 de Beer, Helene (wife, Edwin John de Beer), undated


Box 2 * Desmedt, Jean-Édouard (1926-2009) (Belgian scientist and professor at the Universite Libre de Bruxelles (ULB), who was awarded the Francqui Prize on Biological and Medical Sciences for his work on neurophysiology. Re, DN's election to the National Academy of Sciences.)


Box 2 Dettbarn, Wolf-Dietrich D. (1928- ) (Prof. Neurology, School of Medicine, Vanderbilt U. (1985-2006).), 1980


Box 2 Deuticke, H.J. (Dean, Institut für Physikalische Chemie, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen [Institute for Physical Chemistry, Georg-August-U. Göttingen].), 1969


Box 2 di Mattei, Pietro (1896-1994) (Italian chemist. Prof. U. of Pavia (1928-1966) and U. of Rome (1938-1966), who defined the concepts of positive and negative conditioners in pharmacology.), 1960


Box 2 Dohrn, Peter (1917-2007) (Director (1954-1967) of the Stazione Zoologica [Zoological station], Naples, Italy, which is devoted to basic interdisciplinary research in biology.), 1959


Box 2 Dostrovsky, Israel (1918-2010) (Israeli physical chemist, fifth president of the Weizmann Institute of Science, laureate of the Israel Prize (1995) in the exact sciences.), 1973


Box 2 * Dryden, Hugh Latimer (1898-1965) (Am. aeronautical scientist and civil servant, who served as NASA Deputy Administrator (1958-1965). Re, DN's election to National Academy of Sciences.)


Box 2 Dubuisson, Marcel (1903-1974) (Microbiologist, physiologist, and marine biologist, who was a professor and rector of the U. of Liège, Belgium.), 1953


Box 2 Re, Meyerhoff Festschrift, 1949


(E)


Box 2 Eagle, Harry (1905-1992) (Am. physician and pathologist, who worked at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine (1961-1988).), 1972


Box 2 Edsall, John Tileston (1902-2002) (Prof. Harvard U. He was an early protein scientist, who contributed significantly to the understanding of the hydrophobic interaction. Re, DN's election to the National Academy of Sciences. *), 1977


Box 2 Eigler, Jochen (Nephrologist. Dept. of Medicine II, University Hospital, Munich, Germany.), 1979


Box 2 Engel, Estella K. "Kepie" (1921-1996) (Associate Program Director, Molecular Biology Section National Science Foundation. Re, DN's election to the National Science Foundation; National Academy of Sciences. *), 1972-1975


Box 2 Ernster, Lars (1920-1998) (Prof. of biochemistry (1967-1986) at the Wenner-Gren Institute (Axel Wenner-Gren and a member of the Board of the Nobel Foundation.), 1973


Box 2 Estreicher, Zeev Fred (1913-2003) (Kartell Jüdischer Verbindungen (KJV), Tel-Aviv, Israel.), 1981


Box 2 Evans, Earl A., Jr. (1910-1999) (Chairman of the biochemistry dept. at the U. of Chicago for 30 years.)


Box 2 Einstein, Albert (1877-1955) [NOTE: copies of (2) Einstein letters from Kurt Blumenfeld (1884-1963) (German-born Zionist, who was the secretary general of the World Zionist Organization) (1911-1914)], 1951-1957


Box 2 Engelgardt, W.A. (1894-1984) (Soviet biochemist, academician of the Soviet Academy of Sciences (1953). Founder and first director of the Institute of Molecular Biology of the Russian Academy of Sciences.), 1959-1969


Box 2 Unidentified photograph


(F)


Box 2 Farkas-Himsley, Hannah (1917-1994) (Scientist at Hebrew U., Jerusalem, Israel.), 1952


Box 2 Farnsworth, Patricia Nordstrom (1930-2011) (Zoologist. N.J. College of Medicine and Dentistry, Newark.), 1974


Box 2 Feinberg, Abraham (1908-1998) (Am. businessman and organization leader heavily involved in the American Committee for the Weizmann Institute of Science.), 1952


Box 2 Feldman, Michael (1926-2005) (He joined the Weizmann Institute of Science (1955), was promoted to full professor (1961), and founded the Department of Cell Biology (1961), which he headed until his retirement (1990).), 1973


Box 2 Fenn, Wallace Osgood (1893-1971) (Physiologist known for his pioneer work in muscle metabolism Member Department of Physiology at the U. of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry (1924-1971); Dept. Chair (1924-1959).), 1940


Box 2 Fernandez-Morán Villalobos, Humberto (1924-1999) (Venezuelan research scientist, who invented the diamond knife or scalpel. Associate Biophysicist and lecturer at Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston (1958-1962).), 1960


Box 2 Fessard, Alfred Eugène (1900-1982) (French neurophysiologist and one of the founders of neuroscience in France. Associated with the Collège de France.), 1953


Box 2 Fischer, Hermann Otto Laurenz (1888-1960) (Biochemist. Member Dept. of Biochemistry U. of California, Berkeley (1948-1955). & Re, Meyerhof Festschrift.), 1948-1949


Box 2 Fleckenstein, Albrecht (1917-1992) (German pharmacologist and physiologist best known for his discovery of calcium channel blockers. Associated with the U. of Freiburg.), 1960


Box 2 * Flexner, Louis Barkhouse (1902-1996) (Am. biochemist. Re, DN's election to National Academy of Sciences.)


Box 2 Florkin, Marcel (1900-1979) (Belgian biochemist and Prof. of biochemistry at the U. of Liège.), 1966


Box 2 Folch-Pi, Jordi (1911-1979) (Spanish biochemist at McLean Hospital, Harvard U.), 1960


Box 2 Frederickson, Donald "Don" Sharp (1924-2002) (Am. medical researcher director of National Institutes of Health and later the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. Associated with the Public Health Service, Bethesda, MD.), 1975-1977


Box 2 Fremont-Smith, Frank (1895-1974) (Am. administrator, executive with the Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation.), 1948


Box 2 Re, Meyerhoff Festschrift, 1949


Box 2 Frey, Charles N. (1885-1972) (Biochemist, who specialized om food research. Lectured on nutrition and food at MIT and Columbia U. Resided in Scarsdale, NY.), 1952


Box 2 Friedemann, Gertrude Bejach (1884–1966) (Wife of Helmuth Ulrich Adolf Friedemann (1877-1949), who was a German bacteriologist who made a significant contribution to the study of scarlet fever.), 1960


Box 2 Friess, Seymour L. (1922-2008) (Scientist at the Naval Medical Research Institute, National Naval Medical Center, Bethesda, MD.), 1952-1959


Box 2 Fromageot, Claude (1899-1958) (Biochemist and member of the science faculty at the U. of Paris (1946-1958).), 1953


Box 2 Frumin, M. Jack (1920-2003) (Anesthesiologist, teacher, and scientist. Prof. at the College of Physicians and Surgeons. Columbia U.), 1959


Box 2 Fruentov, N.K. (Chief, Chair of Pharmacology Dept. at the Khabarovsk State Medical Institute, USSR.), 1964


Box 2 Fuchs, Sara (Prof. Dept. of Immunology, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel.), 1976


Box 2 Fuoss, Raymond Matthew (1905-1987) (Am. chemist and researcher, who held Sterling Professor status at Yale U.), 1953


Box 2 Fulton, John Farquhar (1899-1960) (Am. neurophysiologist and science writer, who was Sterling Prof. of Physiology at Yale U.), 1959


(G)


Box 2 Garnier, Jean (1929- ) (French biologist, educator. Director Research, National Institute Agronomic Research U. Paris-Sud Orsay, Centre, France (1970-1988).), 1973


Box 2 Gasteiger, Hugo (1899-1978) (Austro-German ophthalmologist and university professor at the Freie Universität Berlin [Free University of Berlin] (1957-1968).), 1964


Box 2 * Gellhorn, Alfred (1885-1972) (German architect. DN's election to the National Academy of Sciences.)


Box 2 Genevois, L. (U. of Bordeaux, France. & Re, Meyerhof Festschrift.), 1948-1949


Box 2 Gillespie, Colin J. (1941- ) (Writer, physicist, lawyer, and strategic analyst. Researcher in neurophysiology and radiation biology with Atomic Energy of Canada, Ltd. (1970-1975).), 1971


Box 2 Ginat, Jochanan (1908-1979) (Teacher and author, "The Jewish Teacher in Germany". Associated with the Leo Baeck Institute, Jerusalem, Israel.), 1977


Box 2 Goodman, Louis S. (1906-2000) (Am. pharmacologist, who founded the Dept. of Pharmacology at the U. of Utah College of Medicine (1944-1971).), 1959


Box 2 Götze, Heinz (1912-2001) (German publisher at the Springer publishing house, who resided in Heidelberg.), 1979-1981


Box 2 Green, David Ezra (1910-1983) (Am. biochemist, who made significant contributions to the study of enzymes. In 1948, established the Institute for Enzyme Research at U. of Wisconsin-Madison.), 1953-1959


Box 2 Green, Harry (1917- ) (Director, Biochemistry at the Am. pharmaceutical company Smith Kline and French Laboratories.), 1973


Box 2 Grollman, Arthur (1901-1980) (Kidney disease and hypertension specialist. Prof. of medicine and chairman of the Dept. of Experimental Medicine at Southwestern Medical School of the U. of Texas.), 1961


Box 2 Grossmann, Bernd (1928- ) (Manager, Springer-Verlag, New York Office (1970-1978)), 1978


Box 2 Grossmann, Erika Busse (1911-) (wife of Hans S. Grossmann), 1980


Box 2 Grossman, Hans S. (1902-) (NYC lawyer. DN's election to the National Academy of Sciences.*), 1972


Box 2 Gruenwald, Max (1899-1992) (President of the Leo Baeck Institute, Jerusalem, Israel.), 1979


Box 2 Gurewitsch, A. David (1902-1974) (Neurologist and specialist in rehabilitation medicine, who taught at Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center. Husband of Edna Perkel Gurewitsch.), 1972


Box 2 Gurewitsch, Edna Perkel (1924-2019) (wife of A. David Gurewitsch and author, Kindred Souls the Friendship of Eleanor Roosevelt and David Gurewitsch), 1965-1974


Box 2 Greenberg, Daniel Asher (1934- ) (Former prof. of physics, Columbia U. and one of the founders of the Sudbury Valley School, Framingham, MA (1968).), 1964-1967


Box 2 Greenberg Mrs. Hanna (wife of Daniel A. Greenberg and student of David Nachmansohn.), 1964-1967


(H)


Box 2 Halberg, G. Peter (1914-2001) (Developer of glaucoma diagnostic instrumentation and prof. at New York Medical College.), 1961


Box 2 Handler, Philip (1917-1981) (Am. nutritionist and biochemist, who was president of the U.S. National Academy of Sciences (1969-1981). Prof. at Duke U. (1942-1981). Re, DN's election to the National Academy of Sciences.*), 1966


Box 2 * Harte, Robert A. ( -1978) (Executive Officer of the Am. Society of Biological Chemists. Re, DN's election to the National Academy of Sciences.)


Box 2 Hartman, Elizabeth "Betsy" Crofts (1898?-1985) (Nutrition Physiologist. Chief, Fellowships and Training Grants, National Institute of Neurological Diseases (1956-1969). Husband, Arthur M. Hartman (1900?-1987).), 1965-1970


Box 2 Hassid, William Zev (1897-1974) (Researcher in carbohydrate chemistry and prof. in the College of Agriculture and the Dept. of Biochemistry at the U. of California, Berkeley.), 1974


Box 2 Hastings, Albert Baird (1895-1987) (Am. biochemist, physiologist, and Hamilton Kuhn Prof. of Biological Chemistry at Harvard U. (1934-1958).), 1940-1972


Box 2 Hawkes, Sharon (Assistant Editor, Annual Review of Biochemistry), 1971


Box 2 Celia Huebschmann Hecht (& Re, Meyerhof Festschrift. Wife of Selig Hecht (1892-1947) (Am. Physiologist. Prof. of biophysics at Columbia U. (1928).), undated


Box 2 * Henze, C. (DN's election to the National Academy of Sciences.)


Box 2 Hess, Benno (1922-2002) (German medical research director Max Planck Institute Dortmund.), 1980


Box 2 Hess, George P. (1924-2015) (Prof. of biochemistry and molecular biology, Dept. of Molecular Biology and Genetics at Cornell U. (1966-2015).), 1968-1975


Box 2 Hestrin, Shlomo (1914-1962) (Israeli biochemist. Associated with the Hebrew U.-Hadassah Medical School.), 1960


Box 2 Hieronimus, Ekkehard (1926-1998) (German pastor and author. Pastor of the Gartenkirche St. Marien in Hanover (1975-1990).), 1963


Box 2 Hinckley, Mary White (Medical doctor, NYC.), undated


Box 2 & Höber, Rudolf (1873-1953) (German physician-investigator, who resided in Philadelphia, PA. Re, Meyerhof Festschrift.), undated


Box 2 Hoffman-Berling, Hartmut (Pioneer in molecular biology and first director of the Dept. of Molecular Biology, Max Planck Institute (1966-1987).), 1960


Box 2 Hoffmann-Ostenhof, O. (1914-1992) (Austrian biochemist associated with the Institut für Allgemeine Biochemie, Universität Wien [Institute of General Biochemistry, U. of Vienna].), 1972


Box 2 * Hornig, Donald F. (1920-2013) (Am. chemist and teacher, who served as president of Brown U. (1970-1976). Re, DN's election to the National Academy of Sciences.)


Box 2 Hove, Edwin L. (Health, Education and Welfare Dept., Bethesda, MD.), 1960


Box 2 Huber, Robert (1937- ) (German biochemist. Recipient Nobel Prize in Chemistry (1988) and director at the Max Planck Institute for Biochemistry (1971).), 1980


Box 2 Hydén, Holger (1917-2000) (Prof. and chairman Dept. of Histology Medical Faculty at U. of Göteborg (1949-1983).), 1963


Box 2 Heisenberg, Elisabeth Schumacher (1914-1998) (Wife of Werner Karl Heisenberg (1901-1976) (Director, Max Planck Institute for Physics and Recipient Nobel Prize in Physics (1932).), 1978-1979


Box 2 Herken, Hans (1912-2003) (German pharmacologist. Professor and director of the Institute for Pharmacology at the Free U. of Berlin (1953-1983).), 1964-1981


Box 2 Hill, Archibald Vivian (1886-1977) (English physiologist, who shared the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine (1922) for his elucidation of the production of heat and mechanical work of muscles.), 1976


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Box 2 Iwasaki, Kentaro (U. of Tokyo.), 1960-1973


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Box 2 Jackson, Mary Folk (Librarian, Office of Surgeon General, Washington, DC.), 1959


Box 2 Jaenicke, Lothar (1923-2015) (German biochemist and prof. at the Institute for Biochemistry at the U. of Cologne.), 1980-1981


Box 2 Johnson, Victor Einar (1901-1986) (Director of the Mayo Foundation (1947-1966), who was associated with the U. of Minnesota.), 1961


Box 2 Joyce, Gloria (Re, letter: "privilege to be able to work with you", CA.), 1980


Box 2 Jukes, Thomas Hughes (1906-1999) (British-American biologist associated with U. of California, Berkeley.), 1980


Box 2 Justi, Eduard (1904-1986) (German physicist at the Institute for Theoretical Physics, Braunschweig.), 1965-1981


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Box 2 Kandel, Eric R. (1929- ) (Austrian-American medical doctor. Faculty member Depts. of Physiology and Psychiatry at NYU Medical School and later prof. of biochemistry and biophysics at the College of Physicians and Surgeons at Columbia U.), 1974


Box 2 Karlson, Peter (1918-2001) (German chemist and full professorship in physiological chemistry at the Philipps U. in Marburg (1964-2001).), 1966


Box 2 Katchalski, Rina (Wife of Ehpraim Katchalski (later Katzir) (1916-2009) (Israeli biophysicist and Israeli Labor Party politician, who was the fourth President of Israel (1973-1978).), 1967-1972


Box 2 Katz, Bernard (1911-2003) (German-born British physician and biophysicist, who was a co-recipient of the Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine (1970). Associated with U. College London.), 1937-1938


Box 2 Katzir-Katchalsky, Aharon (1914-1972) (Israeli pioneer in the study of the electrochemistry of biopolymers and a faculty member at the Weizmann Institute of Sciences.), 1970


Box 2 Katzir, Sharon


Box 2 Kaufmann, Konrad (Max Planck Institut für Biopysikalische Chemie, Karl Friedrich Bonhoeffer Institut, Göttingen, West Germany)


Box 2 Kelly, W.C. (Director of Fellowships, National Research Council.), 1966


Box 2 Keynes, Richard Darwin (1919-2010) (British physiologist, who was associated with the Citadel Hill Laboratory, Plymouth, UK.), 1959


Box 2 Kihlman, Bengt A. (1922-2005) (Institute of Physiological Botany of the University of Uppsala, Uppsala, Sweden.), 1952


Box 2 King, Charles Glen (1896-1988) (Am. biochemist who was a pioneer in the field of nutrition research and who isolated vitamin C. DN's election to the National Academy of Sciences.)


Box 2 *King, Donald West (1927-2018) (Chair, Dept. of Pathology, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia U. (1967-1982).), 1979


Box 2 King, Mrs. Helen S. (Executive Secretary (1958-1965) to Grayson L. Kirk (1903-1997) (President of Columbia U. (1953-1968).), 1961


Box 2 Kiraly, Dr. Ilona Vass (NYC), 1960


Box 2 Kirk, Grayson L. (1903-1997) (Pres. of Columbia U. (1953-1968). He was also a Prof. of Government, advisor to the State Dept. and instrumental in the formation of the United Nations.), 1964


Box 2 Klein, Mathilda, 1962-1965


Box 2 Klenk, Ernst (1896-1971) (Prof. of Physiological Chemistry and Rector Universität zu Köln-Lindenthal, West Germany.), 1960


Box 2 Klüver, Heinrich (1897-1979) (German American psychologist associated with the U. of Chicago.), 1965


Box 2 Koelle, George Brampton (1918-1997) (Pharmacologist. At U. Pennsylvania, chairman dept. physiology and pharmacology, dean Graduate School Medicine (1957-1959), chairman department pharmacology Medical School (1959-1981), distinguished professor, (1981-1997). Wife: Winifred Jean Angenent Koelle (1926-2010) (Physician. Chief of intensive care at Taylor Hospital in Ridley Park, PA; chief of outpatient medicine at the old Philadelphia General Hospital and on the U. of Pennsylvania faculty.)), 1959-1975


Box 2 Kollmeier, Karl (Genkirchen-Buer, North Rhine-Westphalia, West Germany.), 1979


Box 2 Konheim, Beatrice G. (1909-1973) (Dean, Hunter College Institute of Health Sciences and prof. of biological sciences.)


Box 2 Koshland, Daniel Edward, Jr. (1920-2007) (Am. biochemist, who was associated with the U. of California, Berkeley and the Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton, NY.), 1953-1971


Box 2 Krayer, Otto Hermann (1899-1982) (German American physician, pharmacologist and professor associated with Harvard U. and the Inst. of Pharmacology at the U. of Munich.), 1959


Box 2 Kraut, Heinrich (1893-1992) (German chemist associated with Pennsylvania State U.), 1953


Box 2 Krebs, Margaret Cicely Fieldhouse (1913-1993) (Wife of Sir Hans Adolf Krebs (1900-1981) (German born British biologist, physician, and biochemist, who was a pioneer in the study of cellular respiration.), 1963


Box 2 Kreibich, Rolf Dieter (1938-) (German physicist, sociologist, and futurologist, who was president of the Free U. of Berlin (1969-1976).), 1976


Box 2 Kromphardt, Karl (Editor, Physikalische Blätter), 1981


Box 2 Kuffler, Stephen William (1913-1980) (Neurophysiologist, who founded the neurobiology dept. at Harvard U. (1966).), 1965


Box 2 Kanowitz, Shimon (Tel-Aviv, Israel.), 1958-1961


Box 2 Kewitz, Helmut (1920-2009) (Pharmacologist. Full Prof. Free U. Berlin (1962-1988). Ford Foundation Fellow Columbia U. (1955-1956).), 1957-1974


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Box 2 La Monte, Francesca Raimonde (1895-1982) (Associate Curator of Ichthyology, American Museum of Natural History.), 1952


Box 2 Lardy, Henry A. (1917-2010) (Biochemist and prof. in the Biochemistry Dept. at U. of Wisconsin-Madison, who was elected to the National Academy of Sciences (1958).), 1959


Box 2 Laszlo, John (1931- ) (Physician. Nat. Cancer Institute (1958-1989); Director of Clinical Research at the Duke Comprehensive Cancer Center and prof. of medicine at Duke Medical Center (1959-1986). Associated with the Veterans Administration, Durham, NC.), 1972


Box 2 Lederer, Edgar (1908-1988) (Austrian biochemist associated with the U. of Paris.), 1959


Box 2 Lees, Marjorie B. (1923-2012) (Neurological researcher and teacher at Dartmouth U. Medical School. Re, DN's election to the National Academy of Sciences.*), 1966, undated


Box 2 Lehman, Emil (1907-1999) (Executive Vice President of the Tarbuth Foundation for the Advancement of Hebrew Culture and Director of the Theodor Herzl Institute.), 1975


Box 2 Leifer, Edgar (1918-2010) (Prof. of Clinical Medicine, Columbia U.), 1975-1979, undated


Box 2 Leikind, Morris C. (1905-1976) (Medical historian, archivist, and teacher with the federal government.), 1959-1965


Box 2 Lendle, Ludwig (1899-1969) (German pharmacologist associated with U. of Göttingen.), 1960


Box 2 Leuthardt, Franz (1903-1985) (Swiss biochemist and prof. of physiological chemistry at the U. of Zürich.), 1961


Box 2 Leveque, J. (Associated with the Institut d'Hygiène du Maroc [Hygiene Institute of Morocco], Casablanca, Morocco.), 1959


Box 2 Levin, Berich (?) and Kate (Jerusalem [1972].), 1972


Box 2 * Levin, Louis (1908-1981) (Biochemist, who held many positions at the National Science Foundation. Re, DN's election to the National Academy of Sciences.)


Box 2 Levy, Mordecai M. (Israel Tech. Center.), 1981


Box 2 Liljestrand, Göeran (1886-1968) (Swedish pharmacologist, known for the discovery of the Euler-Liljestrand mechanism. He was secretary of the Nobel Committee of the Karolinska Institute.), 1959


Box 2 Lilma, Emanuel (NYC [1937].), 1937


Box 2 Loeb, John, 1978


Box 2 Loeb, Robert F. (1895-1973) (Bard Prof. emeritus and former chair of the dept. of medicine at the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia U.. Dr. Loeb was a specialist in diseases of metabolism, was known as a foremost clinician and clinical investigator in the areas of Addison's disease, diabetic acidosis, and malaria.), 1960


Box 2 Loewenstein, Liesje G. (NYC.), 1960


Box 2 Loewenstein, Martha J. (1913-2007) (Member, Board of Directors of the American Committee for the Weizmann Institute of Science, NYC.), undated


Box 2 Loewi, Guida Goldschmiedt (wife, Otto Loewi (1873-1961) (German-born pharmacologist, who received the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine (1936) for his discovery of the role of acetylcholine as an endogenous neurotransmitter.)), 1953


Box 2 Lohf, Kenneth A. (1925-2002) (Librarian for Rare Books and Manuscripts at Columbia University (1967-1993)), 1976


Box 2 * London, Irving M. (1918-2018) (Hematologist and geneticist. Re, DN's election to the National Academy of Sciences.)


Box 2 Long, Cyril Norman Hugh (1901-1970) (English American biochemist, who was Sterling Professor of physiological chemistry at Yale U. Re, DN's election to the National Academy of Sciences.*), 1959


Box 2 Lord, K.A. (Rothamsted Experimental Station.), 1966


Box 2 Lorente de Nó, Rafael (1902-1990) (Spanish neuroscientist, who joined the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research (1936).), 1966


Box 2 Lowenthal, Armand (1919-2001) (A founder of the World Federation of Neurology (WFN) associated with the Institute Born-Bunge, U. of Antwerp, Belgium.), 1961-1963


Box 2 Lowry, Oliver Howe (1910-1996) (Am. biochemist, who devised the Lowry protein assay. He was associated with the Washington U. in St. Louis, MO.), 1959


Box 2 Luft, Rolf (1914-2007) (endocrinologist known for his studies on diabetes mellitus. Prof. of endocrinology at the Karolinska Hospital and Institute, Stockholm, Sweden.), 1959-1965


Box 2 Lullies, H. (U. of Kiel, West Germany.), 1960-1965


Box 2 Lundsgaanrd, Ejnar (1899-1968) (Danish physiologist and professor of physiology at the U. of Copenhagen (1934-1967).), 1953


Box 2 Re, Meyerhof Festschrift., 1948


Box 2 Lykken, Louis (Shell Chemical Co.), 1962


Box 2 Lynen, Eva (wife, Feodor Lynen (1911-1979) (German biochemist, who was the co-recipient of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine (1964) for discoveries concerning the mechanism and regulation of cholesterol and fatty acid metabolism.)), 1980-1981


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Box 2 McConnell, Harden M. (1927-2014) (Physical chemist and professor at Stanford U. (1964-2014).), 1969


Box 2 McGill, William James (1922-1997) (Am. psychologist, who was the 16th president of Columbia U. (1970-1980).), 1976-1977


Box 2 Macheboeuf, Michel (1900-1953) (Biochemist, who was associated with the Pasteur Institute, NYC.), 1953


Box 2 McIlwain, Henry (1912-1993) (Associated with the Biochemistry Institute of Psychiatry London U. and Honorary Biochemist Bethlem Royal Hospital and Maudsley Hospital (1948-1980).), 1960


Box 2 Macintosh, Frank Campbell (1909-1992) (Prof. and Chair of the Dept. of Physiology at McGill U. (1949-1978).), 1960


Box 2 Magnes, Judah Leon (1877-1948) (Reform rabbi and first chancellor of the Hebrew U., Jerusalem (1925) and later president (1935-1948).), 1972


Box 2 Mandel, Paul (1908-1992) (Biologist and specialist in neurochemistry and microbiology associated with the Institut de Chimie Université de Strasbourg [Institute of Chemistry, U. of Strasbourg], France.), 1965-1974


Box 2 Mandl, Ines (1917-2016) (Austrian-born Am. biochemist and prof. at the College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia, U. DN's election to the National Academy of Sciences.*), 1964-1979


Box 2 Marks, Paul Alan (1926-2020) (Medical doctor, researcher, and administrator, who served at the dean of the Medical Faculty at Columbia U. (1970-1973).), 1969-1980


Box 2 Marota, Domenico (1886-1974) (Chemist and scientist, who served as director of the Istituto Superiore de Sanitá (ISS) [National Institute of Health (1935-1961), Rome.), 1967


Box 2 Marquis, Judith K. (1946- ) (Pharmacologist and Asst. Prof. Tufts U. (1976-1981).), 1973


Box 2 Martius, Carl (1906-1993) (German biochemist, who was associated with the Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich [Swiss Federal Institute of Technology].), 1959-1964


Box 2 Masland, Richard Lambert (1910-2003) (Director, National Institute of Neurological Diseases and Blindness, National Institutes of Health (1959-1968), Bethesda, MD.), 1962


Box 2 Massoulié, Jean (1938-2011)(Laboratoire de Neurobiologie, Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris, France), 1980


Box 2 Mayer, Frank J. (First Consul General representing the State of Israel in his native Luxembourg.), 1960


Box 2 Mazur, Abraham (1911-2000) (Biochemist associated with the City College (CUNY).), 1960


Box 2 Meister, Alton (1922-1995) (Am. biochemist, who served as chairman of the Cornell U. Medical College (1967-1991).), 1971


Box 2 * Merrill, Eugene C. (NYC. Re, DN's election to the National Academy of Sciences.), undated


Box 2 Merritt, Hiram Houston, Jr. (1902-1979) (Academic neurologist, who was dean of the Columbia U. College of Physicians and Surgeons (1958-1970).), 1950-1967


Box 2 Meyerhof, Bettina Ida Emerson (1918-2011) (Daughter of Otto Fritz Meyerhof (1884-1951) (German physician, biochemist, a Nobel laureate in Physiology and Medicine (1922).), 1965


Box 2 Michaelis, L. (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research. & Re, Meyerhof Festschrift.), 1948


Box 2 Michelson, M.J. ( -1978) (Prof. of Pharmacology, Institute of Evolutionary Physiology and Biochemistry, Leningrad, USSR.), 1965-1966


Box 2 Miner, Eunice Thomasina Thomas (1899-1993) (Executive Director of the NY Academy of Sciences (1939-1967).), 1965


Box 2 * Mommaerts, Wilfred F.H.M. (1917-1994) (Prof. of medicine and physiology and director of the LA County Heart Research Laboratory at UCLA. Re, DN's election to the National Academy of Sciences.)


Box 2 Monnier, Alexandre Marcel (1904-1986) (Prof. of general physiology at the Sorbonne (1958).), 1960


Box 2 Monnier, Marcel (1907-1996) (Director, Universität Basel Institut für Physiologie [U. of Basel Institute of Physiology] (1956-1974).), 1959


Box 2 Moore, Walter John (1918-2001) (Prof. of Physical Chemistry, Indiana U. (1952-1973) and U. of Sydney (1973-1983).), 1965


Box 2 * Morales, Manuel Francisco (1919-2009) (Honduran-born American biophysicist, who did pivotal research on the molecular basis of muscle contraction. Re, DN's election to the National Academy of Sciences.), undated


Box 2 Moses, Rafael (1924-2001) (Prof. and president of Israel Psychoanalytic Society (1971-1977) associated with the Jerusalem Mental Health Center.), 1977


Box 2 Mothes, Kurt (1900-1983) (German botanist and president Deutsche Akademie der Naturforscher Leopoldina [German National Academy of Sciences Leopoldina].), 1963-1972


Box 2 Muralt, Alexander L. von (1903-1990) (Swiss physicist, medical doctor, and prof. of physiology at the U. of Bern.), 1959


Box 2 Mautner, Henry George (1925-1995) (Pharmacologist, biochemist, and prof., who was associated with Harvard U. and Tufts U.), 1962-1968



Box 3 Meyerhof, George Geoffrey [Georg Gottfried] (1916-2003) (Distinguished geotechnical engineer, who was the Head of the Civil Engineering Dept. and Dean of Engineering at the Technical U. of Nova Scotia in Halifax and emeritus Professor of Civil Engineering, Dalhousie U. He was the son of Otto Fritz Meyerhof (1884-1951) (German physician, biochemist, a Nobel laureate in Physiology and Medicine (1922).), 1980



Box 2 Meyerhof, Hedwig Schallenberg (1891-1954) (Mathematician, painter, and the wife of Otto Fritz Meyerhof (1884-1951) (German physician, biochemist, a Nobel laureate in Physiology and Medicine (1922).), 1951-1952, undated


Box 2 Meyerhof, Otto Fritz (1884-1951) (German physician and biochemist, who received the Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine (1922).) [NOTE: See also, box 1.]


Box 2 Festschrift [collection of writings published in honor of a scholar]--Correspondence, 1948-1951, undated


Box 2 Funeral and Memorial--Addresses and Correspondence, 1951


Box 2 Manuscripts--Poems, 1928-1951, undated


Box 2 Miscellaneous--Correspondence and Curriculum Vitae, 1928-1951, undated


Box 2 Printed Articles, 1934-1950


Box 2 Meyerhof, Walter Ernst (1922-2006) (Prof. of Physics at Stanford U. (1949-2006) and son of Otto Fritz Meyerhof (1884-1951) (German physician, biochemist, a Nobel laureate in Physiology and Medicine (1922).), 1952-1981


Miscellaneous


Box 2 Concerning other scientists, 1961, undated


Box 2 Unidentified--Correspondence, 1928-1974


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Box 2 Needham, Dorothy Moyle (1896-1987) (Biochemist, social activist, and historian of science associated with the Dept. of Biochemistry, U. of Cambridge. & Re, Meyerhof Festschrift.), 1948


Box 2 & Neuberg, Dr. Carl Alexander (1877-1956) (German-born Biochemist, who is often referred to as the "father of modern biochemistry". Re, Meyerhof Festschrift.), 1948-1949



Box 3 Nims, Leslie F. (1906-1971) (Senior biologist and former head of the biology dept. of the Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton, NY.), 1959


Box 3 Nord, Friedrich Franz (1889-1973) (German-born prof. of biochemistry at Fordham U.), 1952-1953


Box 3 Nussbaum, Arthur (1877-1964) (German-born lawyer, research prof. of public law at Columbia U. (1934-1950), founder and editor of the Parker School of Foreign and Comparative Law at Columbia Law School.)


Box 3 Nachmansohn, David (1899-1983) (German-Jewish biochemist, who was responsible for elucidating the role of phosphocreatine in energy production in the muscles. Prof. of biochemistry (1942-1967), and special lecturer (1967-1982) at Columbia U.)


Box 3 Columbia Symposium, 1967 October 10


Box 3 Göttingen Conference--Molecular Mechanisms of Biological Recognition, 6th Aharon Katzir-Katchalsky Conference, Göttingen and Braunlage Harz, Federal Republic of Germany--program and photographs, 1978 September 24-30


Box 3 Letters from [typed carbons], 1937-1979


Box 3 Manuscripts [typed], 1953, 1960, undated


Box 3 Miscellaneous


Box 3 About Nachmansohn, 1926-1977


Box 3 Awards, 1957-1978, undated


Box 3 Clippings, 1951-1977


Box 3 Speaking Engagements, 1950-1977


Box 3 National Academy of Sciences--Election to--Correspondence, 1965


Box 3 Photographs, 1916-1976


Box 3 Columbia Symposium--Photographs, 1976 October 16


Box 3 Honorary Fellowship--Weizmann Institute, 1972


Box 3 Royal Society--London, 1976 June


Box 3 International Congress of Biochemistry, 1976 July


Box 3 Weizman Institute--Correspondence, 1971-1972


Box 3 Nachmansohn, Edith Berger (1903-1995) (Wife of David Nachmansohn, PhD.)


Box 3 Neumann, Eberhard (1939- ) (German biochemist, biophysicist, and prof. at the Max Planck Institute for Biochemistry.), 1973, undated


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Box 3 O'Brien, Richard Sesmond (1929- ) (Canadian neurobiologist and faculty member Cornell U. (1960-1978).), 1971



Box 2 Ohlmeyer, Paul (1908-1977) (German chemist and first director of the Leibniz-Kolleg der Universität Tübingen [Leibniz College of the U. of Tübingen (1948)]. & Re, Meyerhof Festschrift.), 1949



Box 3 Olitzki, Aryeh Leo (1898-1983) (Israeli bacteriologist, who headed the bacteriology laboratories at the Hadassah Hospital, Jerusalem, and in Safed. In 1928, he joined the faculty of the Hebrew U. of Jerusalem, and became a professor in 1949, and dean of the Medical School (1961-1965).), 1963


Box 3 Oppenheimer, Karl (l874-1941) (German biochemist, who published numerous basic texts in biochemistry and founded and edited the journals Zentralblatt fuer Biochemie und Biophysik (1910-1921) and Enzymologia (1936-1941). He also headed the agricultural dept. of a company in Den Haag [The Hague], Holland.), 1939


Box 3 Osborne, Henry Fairfield, Jr. (1887-1969) (President of the NY Zoological Society know today as the Wildlife Conservation Society.), 1964


Box 3 Osserman, Elliott Frederick (1925-1989) (Am. Cancer Society Prof. of Medicine at the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia U., the Associate Director of the Institute of Cancer Research, and secretary of the Harvey Society (1968-1972).), 1972


Box 3 Osserman, Kermit Edward (1909-1972) (Am. physician, authority on myasthenia gravis, and founder of the Myasthenia Gravis Foundation.), 1965


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Box 3 Page, Irvine Heinly (1901-1991) (Am. physiologist, who specialized in hypertension as a chair of research at the Cleveland Clinic.), 1960


Box 3 * Papper, Emmanuel Martin (1915-2002) (Am. anesthesiologist, who served as prof. and director of anesthesiology at the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia U. (1949-1969). Re, DN's election to the National Academy of Sciences.), 1959


Box 3 Pauls, Rolf Friedemann (1915-2002) (German diplomat, who was [der erste Botschafter der Bundesrepublik Deutschland [the first ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany] to Israel (1965-1968) and German Ambassador to the U.S. (1968-1973).), 1966


Box 3 Peters, Sir Rudolph Albert (1889-1982) (British biochemist, who led the research team at Oxford U. that developed British Anti-Lewisite (BAL), an antidote for the chemical warfare agent lewisite.), 1952-1965


Box 3 Pheulpin, Fred J. (1916-2004) (Head, Health Sciences Library, Acquisitions Section, Columbia University), 1977


Box 3 Polanyi, Michael (1891-1976) (Hungarian-British polymath, who made important theoretical contributions to physical chemistry, economics, and philosophy. In 1958, he was elected senior research fellow at Merton College, Oxford.), 1960


Box 3 Pollock, Lewis John (1886-1966) (Neurologist, member Board of Governors Chicago Institute of Medicine, and later president (1953).), 1952


Box 3 Pool, James Lawrence "Larry" (1906-2004) (Neurosurgeon and prof. College of Physicians and Surgeons Columbia U.), 1960


Box 3 Powlowski, J.S. (Paris.), undated


Box 3 Prahl, Siffau (Stockholm.), 1967


Box 3 Prosser, Clifford Ladd (1907-2002) (Am. physiologist associated with the U. of Illinois.), 1959


Box 3 Prywes, Moshe (1914-1988) (Israeli physician and medical educator, who joined the Hebrew U.-Hadassah Medical School as assistant dean (1951) and later became associate dean (1955).), 1972


Box 3 Photographs, 1921-1968, undated


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Box 3 Rabin, Yatzhak (1922-1995) (Israeli politician, statesman and general. He was the fifth Prime Minister of Israel, serving two terms (1974–1977) and (1992-1995). Assassinated 1995.), 1972


Box 3 Racah, Giulio (Yoel) (1909-1965) (Italian Israeli physicist and mathematician, who was acting president of the Hebrew U. of Jerusalem (1961-1962).), 1963-1964


Box 3 Rachmilewitz, Moshe (1898-1985) (Physician, who served as the dean of faculty Hebrew U.- Hadassah Medical School (1958-1961).), 1959-1972


Box 3 Racker, Efraim (1913-1991) (Austrian biochemist, who served as chief of the Nutrition and Physiology Dept. at the Public Health Research Institute, NYC (1954-1966).), 1959


Box 3 Ramey, Estelle Rosemary (1917-2006) (Am. endocrinologist, physiologist, and feminist, who was a member of the faculty Georgetown U. Medical School.) [NOTE: CU Oral History.], 1961-1965


Box 3 Rappleye, Willard Cole (1892-1976) (Dean Faculty of Medicine, College of Physicians and Surgeons Columbia U. (1931-1958).), 1953


Box 3 Ray, O. Malcolm (Dept. Health Education and Welfare, Bethesda, MD.), 1972


Box 3 Razin, Shmuel (Israeli microbiology educator associated with the Hebrew U.-Hadassah Medical School (1959-1992) and dean faculty of medicine (1988-1992).), 1973


Box 3 Remmer, Herbert (1919-2003) (German doctor, pharmacologist, and toxicologist, who was one of the discoverers of enzyme induction by pharmaceuticals.), undated


Box 3 Remmer, Ingeborg Flemming (Nurse and wife of Herbert Remmer.)


Richards, Alfred Newton (Am. pharmacologist, who served as chairman of dept. of pharmacology U. of Pennsylvania (1910-1946) and vice-president of medical affairs (1939-1946). & Re, Meyerhof Festschrift.)



Box 2 Correspondence, 1949-1950


Box 2 Correspondence, 1950



Box 3 Rosen, Edgar Robert (1911-1994) (American-German political scientist, who was the first prof. of political science at the Technical U. of Braunschweig (1965-1976).), 1981


Box 3 Rosenberg, Philip (Professor and head dept. of pharmacology and toxicology U. of Connecticut.), 1968


Box 3 Rosengart, V.J. (Institut für Toxikologie, Leningrad [Institute of Toxicology, Leningrad].), 1961


Box 3 Rossi-Fanelli, Alessandro (1906- ) (Biochemist and prof. of biological chemistry at the U. of Pavia (1945-1949) and U. of Rome (1949- ).), 1959


Box 3 Rothberg, Samuel (1910-2007) (Am. business executive, who was chairman of both the board of governors of the Hebrew U. and the board of directors of the Am. Friends of the Hebrew U.; vice president of the Am. Committee for the Weizmann Institute. Associated also with Bradley U., Peoria, IL.), 1969


Box 3 Rothschild, Paul (1901-1965) (German physician, who studied (1928-1930) with Otto Meyerhof (1884-1951) (German physician and Nobel Prize recipient (1922). In 1934, emigrated to England, where he ran a private practice.), 1960


Box 3 Rotta, Hans (1921-2008) (German publisher, editor, and Doctor of Biology, who was the Managing Editor, Wissenschaftliche Verlagsgesellschaft, m.b.H., Stuttgart [Scientific Publishing Company, Ltd., Stuttgart].), 1981


Box 3 Rowland, Lewis Philip (1925-2017) (Am. neurologist associated with U. of Pennsylvania and Columbia U.), 1972-1977


Box 3 Ruffo, Alfredo and Adriana (U. of Pavia.), 1969


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Box 3 Sabin, Albert Bruce (1906-1993) (Polish Am. medical researcher, who developed the oral polio vaccine. He served as president of the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel.), 1972


Box 3 Salkind, Victor A. (1895-1986) (Economic Advisor to the Israeli Delegation to the United Nations), 1960


Box 3 Sambursky, Samuel (1900-1990) (German, Palestinian, and Israeli physicist, prof., and author, who received the Israel Prize for Humanities (1968).), 1962-1972


Box 3 Samuel, Rinna (Author and editor Weizmann Institute of Science and Yad Chaim Weizman (Rehovot: Israel, 1976).), 1972


Box 3 Sandow, Alexander (1901-1978) (Research professor of biology at NYU, who helped organize the Institute for Muscle Disease (1959). Re, DN's election to the National Academy of Science.*), 1959


Box 3 Sandoz Pharmaceuticals (Sandoz AG) was a pharmaceutical company headquartered in Basel, Switzerland. Associated with Mr. S.M. Fossel.), 1952


Box 3 Sataloff, Joseph (1919-2008) (Prof. Otolaryngology at Jefferson Medical College, Adj. Prof. at Drexel U. College of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA.), 1962


Box 3 Schapira, Georges (1912-2003) (Pediatrician and research in Molecular Biology, who was a member of the Faculty of Medicine Cochin Institute, Paris, France.), 1959


Box 3 Scheraga, Harold Abraham (1921- ) (Am. biophysicist and prof. emeritus in chemistry dept. at Cornell U., who is regarded as a pioneer in protein biophysics.), 1972


Box 3 Schlegel, Hans Gunter (1924-2013) (German microbiologist, who worked as a university prof. at the Institut für Mikrobiologie [Institute for Microbiology at the Georg August U. of Göttingen (1958-2013).)


Box 3 Schmid, Roswitha (1927-2014) (Biochemist and author associated with the German specialist journal Naturwissenschaftliche Rundschau [Natural Science Review].), 1981


Box 3 Schoenheimer, Ellen (1905-1988) (German-born Am. philanthropist associated with the Weizmann Institute, Israel. Sister-in-law to Rudolf Schoenheimer (1898-1941) (German born Am. biochemist, who developed the technique of isotope labelling/tagging of biomolecules, enabling detailed study of metabolism.)), 1977


Box 3 Schrader, Gerhard (1903-1990) (German chemist, who was employed by Farbenfabriken Bayer [Bayer AG division of IG. Farben]. Resided in Wuppertal-Elberfeld.), 1958


Box 3 Schullinger, Rudolph N. (1896-1969) (Surgeon at Columbia U. College of Physicians and Surgeons (1926-1968).), undated


Box 3 Schulz, Walter (1912-2000) (German philosopher and prof. U. of Tübingen, who completed his postgraduate studies at the U. of Heidelberg.), 1957-1968


Box 3 Seitz, Frederick (1911-2008) (Am. physicist and a pioneer of solid-state physics, who was president, National Academy of Sciences (1962-1969).), 1966


Box 3 Sela, Michael (1924- ) (Israeli immunologist and prof. of Immunology at the Weizmann Institute of Science in Rehovot. He was also president of the Weizmann Institute of Science (1975-1985).), 1963-1981


Box 3 Semenza, Giorgio (1928-2016) (Italian biochemistry educator, who was a prof. of biochemistry at the Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule, Zürich [Swiss Federal Institute of Technology].), 1972-1979


Box 3 Senator, David Werner (1896-1953) (Administrator and executive vice president of the Hebrew U. Jerusalem (1949-1953).), 1952-1953


Box 3 Serbu, Melanie (1909-1985) (Romanian-born poet and teacher of mathematics and physics, who resided in Haifa, Israel.), 1981


Box 3 Severin, Sergei Evgenievich (1901-1993) (Founder of the National School of Biochemists and the Dept. of Biochemistry at Moscow U., USSR.), 1964-1966


Box 3 Shazar, Zalman (1889-1974) (Israeli politician, author, and poet, who served as the third president of Israel for two terms (1963-1973).), 1965


Box 3 Shellhamer, Howard S. (1935- ) (Prof. of biology at San Jose State U. (1961-1996), who received his PhD in zoology from the U. of California, Davis (1961).), 1960


Box 3 Shemin, David (1911-1991) (Member, dept. of biochemistry and molecular biology at Northwestern U. (1968-1981).), 1972


Box 3 Sherwood, Stephen H. (Middlesex Hospital, London, England.), 1952-1953


Box 3 Silman, Israel (Associated with the Dept. of Neurobiology at the Weizmann Institute, Israel.), 1969-[1981?]


Box 3 Simon, Akiva Ernst (1899-1988) (Educator, religious thinker, and writer, who was a prof. and director of education at the Hebrew U., Jerusalem, Israel.), 1953-1973


Box 3 Sjostrand, Fritiof Stig (1912-2011) (Swedish physician, histologist, and prof. U. of California, Los Angeles.), 1971


Box 3 Smith, Emil L. (1911-2009) (Am. biochemist and prof. U. of Utah (1946-2009). DN's election to the National Academy of Sciences.*), 1959


Box 3 Snell, Esmond Emerson (1914-2003) (Am. biochemist and editor of the Annual Review of Biochemistry (1968-1983).), 1972-1977


Box 3 Sollner, Karl (1903-1986) (Austrian-born chemist, who was affiliated with the Institute of Health, where he worked in the laboratory of National Institute of Arthritis Metabolism and Digestive Diseases.), 1966


Box 3 Solvay, Marie-Claude Boulin (1927- ) (Chevalier de la Légion d'Honneur [Knight of the Legion of Honor].), 1980


Box 3 Spencer, Herta (1911-2007) (Physician, who was associated with the Metabolic Section, Veterans Administration Hospital, Hines, IL.), 1973


Box 3 Sperling, Suzanne (CA, [1961].), 1961


Box 3 Sperry, Warren M. (1900-1990) (Dept. of Biochemistry, Columbia U. and Dept. of Psychiatric Research, NYS Psychiatric Institute, New York, NY.), 1959


Box 3 Stämpfli, Robert (1914-2002) (Swiss physiologist, who established the physiological institute of the Universität des Saarlandes [U. des Saarland] renowned for electrophysiology and membrane biology.), 1958-1959


Box 3 Staudinger, Dr. Hansjürgen (1914-1990) (Director, Biochemisches Institut der Justus Liebig-Universität Giessen), 1970


Box 3 Steinbach, Henry Burr (1905-1981) (Member of the zoology faculty at the U. of Chicago (1957-1981), who made scientific contributions toward the understanding of bioelectric generators.), 1960


Box 3 Steinitz, Hermann (NYC.), 1960


Box 3 Stern, Frederick M. (New Rochelle, NY.), 1960


Box 3 Stern, Max M. (1895-1982) (Psychoanalyst, who served as a training analyst and faculty member at both the Columbia U. Center for Psychoanalytic Training and Research, and the Division of Psychoanalytic Education at the State U. of New York Downstate Medical Center. He was also a past president of the Psychoanalytic Association of New York.), 1977


Box 3 Stetten, DeWitt, Jr. (1909-1990) (Director intramural basic and clinical research programs National Institute of Arthritis and Metabolic Diseases at the National Institutes of Health (1954-1962).), 1959


Box 3 Strand, Fleur L. (1928-2011) (New York U. physiologist, whose research showed the impact of stress-evoked hormones on the peripheral nervous system.), 1963


Box 3 * Stuart, Ian J. (Re, DN's election to the National Academy of Sciences.)


Box 3 Stryer, Lubert (1938- ) (Prof. of Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry at Yale U. (1969-1976).), 1976


Box 3 Sulman, Felix Gad (1907-1986) (Prof. and head of the Dept. of Applied Pharmacology, Hebrew U., Jerusalem, Israel.), 1967


Box 3 Schoffeniels, Ernest Hubert (1927-1992) (Belgian biochemist and prof. of biochemistry at the U. de Liège (1973).), 1959-1975


(T)


Box 3 Tapley, Donald F. (1927-1999) (Endocrinologist, who served as Dean of the College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia U. (1974-1984).), 1976


Box 3 Teorell, Torsten (1905-1992) (Swedish physiologist and prof. of physiology at Uppsala U., Sweden (1940-1972).), 1959-1965


Box 3 Theorell, Margid (Wife of Hugo Theorell (1903-1982) (Swedish scientist and Nobel Prize laureate in medicine (1955).)


Box 3 Trabert, Kenneth (Dept. of Health Education and Welfare, Bethesda, MD.), 1973


Box 3 Tramer, Hans (1908-1979) (Academician associated with the Leo Baeck Institute, Tel-Aviv, Israel.), 1977


Box 3 Tuček, Stanislav (1932-2002) (Physiologist associated with the Institute of Physiology of the Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences, Prague now the Institute of Physiology of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic.), 1978


Box 3 * Tugend, Tom (Correspondent for the Jewish Telegraphy Agency. Re, DN's election to the National Academy of Sciences.)


(T)


Box 3 Ulbricht, Gerhard (Prof. Fachhochshule München [University of Applied Sciences Munich].), 1966


(V)


Box 3 Van Cleave, Charles Durward (Prof. of Anatomy at the U. of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.), 1959


Box 3 Volcani, Benjamin Elazari (1915-1999) (Israeli microbiologist, who discovered life in the Dead Sea. He served on the staff of the Weizmann Institute of Science in Rehovot, Israel (1939-1958) and was appointed head of the Institute's Section of Microbiology (1948).), 1952


(W)


Box 3 Wahl, David R. (Chief Librarian, Weizmann Institute of Science in Rehovot, Israel.), 1960


Box 3 Walk, J. (Historian associated with the Leo Baeck Institute, Jerusalem, Israel.), 1980


Box 3 Waser, Peter G. (1918-2010) (Swiss pharmacologist at the U. of Zurich.), 1972


Box 3 Wechsler, Israel Spauer (1886-1962) (Am. neurologist, psychiatrist, and deputy chairman of the board of governors of the Hebrew U. at Jerusalem, Israel.), 1959-1961


Box 3 Weiss, Paul Alfred (1898-1989) (Austrian biologist and prof. at Rockefeller Institute (1954-1969).), 1960


Box 3 Weissmann, Charles (1931- ) (Hungarian-born Swiss molecular biologist, who was a director of the Institute for Molecular Biology in Zürich.), 1972


Box 3 Weltsch, Robert (1891-1982) (Journalist, editor, and prominent Zionist, who was a correspondent for Haaretz, a major Israeli newspaper. Weltsch was also the editor of the Leo Baeck Institute Yearbook (1956-1978). He died in Jerusalem.), 1981


Box 3 Westenbrink, Hendrik Gerrit Koob (H.G.K.) (1901-1964) (Biochemist and a founder of scientific journal Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) (1946).), 1960


Box 3 White, Abraham (1908-1980) (Chair, Dept. of Biochemistry, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Yeshiva U. Re, DN's election to the National Academy of Sciences.*), 1959


Box 3 Whittam, Ronald (1925- ) (British physiologist. Lecturer in Biochemistry, U. of Oxford (1960-1966) and Prof. of Physiology, U. of Leicester (1966-1983), emeritus since 1983. Oxford. DN's election to the National Academy of Sciences.*), 1959


Box 3 Wilder, Joseph (NYC.), 1962


Box 3 Willmer, Edward Nevill (1902-2001) (Prof. of Histology at Cambridge U., biologist, artist, garden designer and demonstrator in physiology at Manchester U., UK.), 1937


Box 3 @ Wilson, D. Wright (1889-1965) (Physiological Chemist at the U. of Pennsylvania. Re, Meyerhof Memorial.)


Box 3 * Winkler, Frantz (DN's election to the National Academy of Sciences.), 1972


Box 3 * Wittenberg, Earl G. (Director, William Alanson White Institute. Re, DN's election to the National Academy of Sciences. Wife: Mary Jane Wittenberg.), 1960-1972


Wurmser, René Bernard (1890-1993) (French biophysicist, who became the second administrator of I'Institut de biologie physico-chimique, Paris (IBPC) (1958) [Institute of Physico-Chemical Biology]. & Re, Meyerhof Festschrift.)



Box 2 Correspondence, 1948-1949



Box 3 Correspondence, 1959-1972


Box 3 Warburg, Otto Heinrich (1883-1970) (German physiologist, medical doctor, who received the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine (1931). Over the course of his career, he was nominated for the prize 47 times.), undated


Box 3 Weber, Anna Maria (Daughter of Hans Hermann Weber (1896-1974) (German physiologist and biochemist.)), 1963-1975, undated


Box 3 Welch, Arnold DeMerritt (1908-2003) (Prof. of pharmacology at Yale U.), 1965-1973


Box 3 Wertheimer, Haim Ernst (1893-1978) (Israeli biochemist, who worked at the Hebrew U., Hadassah Medical Center (1934-1963).), 1959-1972


(Y)


Box 3 Young, Wei (Biophysicist, who was associated with the Donner Laboratory of Biophysics and Medical Physics at the U. of California, Berkeley.), 1962


(Z)


Box 3 Zilversmit, Donald Berthold (1919-2010) (Dutch-born nutritional biochemist, researcher, and educator, who was a prof. in the Division of Nutritional Sciences, Cornell U.), 1968


Box 3 Zotterman, Yngve (1898-1982) (Swedish neurophysiologist, who was a prof. of physiology at the Royal Veterinary College in Stockholm.), 1952-1973

II. Writings


II.1 Books


II.1.1 Published Volumes



Box 4 Nachmansohn, David, ed., Nerve Impulse: Transactions of the ... Conference [Conference on Nerve Impulse sponsored by the Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation (1950-1954), vols. 1-5 (New York: Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation, [1951-1956]), 1951-1956


Box 4 Nachmansohn, David, ed., Molecular biology; Elementary Processes of Nerve Conduction and Muscle Contraction [Symposium sponsored by Columbia University and The Rockefeller Institute; held at The Rockefeller Institute (1958 September 25-30)] (New York: Academic Press, 1960), 1960


Box 4 Nachmansohn, David, Chemical and Molecular Basis of Nerve Activity (New York: New York: Academic Press, 1975 [revised edition]), 1975



Box 7 Nachmansohn, David, German-Jewish Pioneers in Science, 1900-1933: Highlights in Atomic Physics, Chemistry, and Biochemistry (Berlin; New York: Springer-Verlag, [1979]), 1979


Correspondence


(B)



Box 3 Bethge, Heinz (1919-2001) (German physicist and president, Deutsche Akademie der Naturforscher Leopoldina [German National Academy of Sciences Leopoldina] (1974-1990).), 1980


Box 3 Beychok, Sherman (1931-1985) (Alan H. Kempner Professor of Biological Sciences and a professor of chemistry at Columbia U. He was also associated with the Depts. of Biochemistry and Neurology, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia U.), 1980


Box 3 Blaschko, Hermann Karl Felix (1900-1993) (Biochemist and pharmacologist. Emeritus Fellow, Linacre College, Oxford U. (1967-1993), Honorary Fellow 1990-1993).), 1979


(C)


Box 3 Cramer, Friedrich "Fritz" (1923-2003) (German chemist and genetic researcher, who conducted research as a director at the Max Planck Institute for Experimental Medicine in Göttingen.), 1980


Box 3 Courtois, Jean Émile (1907-1989) (Pharmacist, who served as secretary la Société Française de Chimie Biologique [French Society of Biological Chemistry] (1953-1969) and later became its president.), 1980


(D)


Box 3 Dettbarn, Wolf-Dietrich D. (1928- ) (Prof. Neurology, School of Medicine, Vanderbilt U. (1985-2006).), 1980-1981


Box 3 Devons, Samuel (1914-2006) (British physicist and science historian, who was a faculty member of the physics dept. at Columbia U. and dept. chair (1963-1967).), 1980


Box 3 Donn, Anthony (1926-2016) (Harkness Prof. of Ophthalmology, Dept. Chairman and Director of the Edward S. Harkness Eye Institute. Completed his postgraduate work in corneal physiology at the Institute of Ophthalmology, London, as assistant to the Queen's Ophthalmologist, Sir Stewart Duke-Elder (1898-1978).), undated


(E)


Box 3 Edelman, Israel S. (Associated with the College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia U.), 1981


Box 3 Edsall, John Tileston (1902-2002) (Prof. Harvard U. He was an early protein scientist, who contributed significantly to the understanding of the hydrophobic interaction.), 1979


Box 3 Eisenberg, Max (Associated with the Dept. of Biochemistry, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia U.), 1980


Box 3 Engel, Estella K. "Kepie" (1921-1996) (Associate Program Director, Molecular Biology Section National Science Foundation.), undated


Box 3 Estreicher, Zeev Fred (1913-2003) (Kartell Jüdischer Verbindungen (KJV), Tel-Aviv, Israel.) (copy), 1980


(F)


Box 3 Forrest, Irene S. (Chief, Biochemical Research Laboratory, Veterans Administration Hospital, Menlo Park Division, Palo Alto, CA.), 1979


Box 3 Fuchs, Sara (Prof. Dept. of Immunology, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel.), 1980


(G)


Box 3 Götze, Heinz (1912-2001) (German publisher at the Springer publishing house. Resided in Heidelberg.), 1979


(H)


Box 3 Heese, Wolfgang (Associated with the Deutsche Akademie der Naturforscher Leopoldina [German National Academy of Sciences Leopoldina].), 1980


Box 3 Hess, George P. (1924-2015) (Prof. of biochemistry and molecular biology, Dept. of Molecular Biology and Genetics at Cornell U. (1966-2015).), 1979-1980


(J)


Box 3 Jonas, Hans (1903-1993) (German-born philosopher and Alvin Johnson Prof. of Philosophy at the New School for Social Research (1955-1976). He resided in New Rochelle, NY.), 1979


Box 3 Jones, Paul R. (1930-2019) (Prof. of Organic Chemistry at the U. of New Hampshire (1956-1995).), 1980


Box 3 Justi, Eduard (1904-1986) (German physicist. Institute for Theoretical Physics, Braunschweig.), 1979


(K)


Box 3 Kahn, Fred C. (NYC.), 1980


Box 3 Kandel, Eric R. (1929- ) (Austrian-American medical doctor. Faculty member Depts. of Physiology and Psychiatry at NYU Medical School and later prof. of biochemistry and biophysics at the College of Physicians and Surgeons at Columbia U.), 1980


Box 3 Kewitz, Helmut (1920-2009) (Pharmacologist. Full Prof. Free U. Berlin (1962-1988). Ford Foundation Fellow Columbia U. (1955-1956).), 1979


Box 3 Kirschenbaum, Donald M. (1927-1985) (Dept, of Biochemistry, College of Medicine (SUNY), Downstate Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY.), 1981


Box 3 Krasna, Alvin (1929-2014) (Prof. of biochemistry and molecular biophysics at the College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia U.), 1979


(L)


Box 3 Lardy, Henry A. (1917-2010) (Biochemist and prof. in the Biochemistry Dept. at U. of Wisconsin-Madison, who was elected to the National Academy of Sciences (1958).), 1980


Box 3 Lederer, Edgar (1908-1988) (Austrian biochemist associated with the U. of Paris.), 1980


Box 3 Licker, Mark (Editor, Springer-Verlag [publishing company], NYC.), 1980


Box 3 Lieberman, Seymour (1916-2012) (Hormonologist and chemist, who worked for over 35 years at the Depts. of Biochemistry and Obstetrics and Gynecology at the College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia U. Later, he was associated with the biomedical research laboratory at St. Luke's Roosevelt Institute.), 1979


Box 3 Linskens, Hans Ferdinand (1921-2007) (German botanist, geneticist, and prof. of botany at the Katholieke Universiteit Nijmegen now Radboud U. Nijmegen, Netherlands.), 1979


Box 3 Lisco, Hermann (1910-2000) (Experimental pathologist in the fields of cancer research and radiation, who served as Associate Prof. of Anatomy and Associate Dean of the Faculty of Medicine for Student Affairs at Harvard Medical School. Resided in Brookline, MA with his wife Elisabeth Lisco.), 1980


Box 3 Littauer, Uriel Z. (1924-2013) (Pioneered the discipline of molecular biology at the Weizmann Institute [Israel], and later founded, and headed its Dept. of Neurobiology.), 1979-1981


Box 3 Lüst, Reimar (1923-2020) (German astrophysicist, who was the scientific director of the European Space Research Organization, director general of the European Space Agency (ESA) (1984-1990), and president of the Max Planck Institute (1979).), 1979


(M)


Box 3 Mărgineanu, D.G. (Associated with the U. of Bucharest and author of an Introduction to Neurobiophysics.), 1980


Box 3 Mark, Herman Francis (1895-1992) (Austrian-born chemist, was regarded for his contributions to the development of polymer science. He was long-time faculty member at the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, NY.), 1979


Box 3 Massoulié, Jean (1938-2011) (Laboratoire de Neurobiologie [Neurobiology Laboratory], École normale supérieure, Paris, France.), 1979


Box 3 Meister, Alton (1922-1995) (Am. biochemist, who served as chairman of the Cornell U. Medical College (1967-1991).), 1980


Box 3 Meyerhof, Walter Ernst (1922-2006) (Prof. of Physics at Stanford U. (1949-2006).), 1979


(P)


Box 3 Paucker, Arnold (1921-2016) (Jewish German English historian, who was the long-time editor of the Leo Baeck Institute Yearbook, published by the Leo Baeck Institute London.), 1980


Box 3 Press, Frank (1924-2020) (Am. geophysicist, who was a scientific and technology advisor to four U.S. presidents and served as president of the U.S. National Academy of Sciences (1981-1993).), 1980


Box 3 Prigogine, Ilya Romanovich (1917-2003) (Russian physical chemist and Nobel laureate noted for his work with dissipative structures. He became a prof. at the Free U. of Brussels (1950) and was appointed director of the International Solvay Institute in Brussels (1959).), 1980


(R)


Box 3 Racker, Efraim (1913-1991) (Austrian biochemist, who served as chief of the Nutrition and Physiology Dept. at the Public Health Research Institute, NYC (1954-1966).), 1980


Box 3 Rodnight, Richard (1921-2012) (Neurochemist, who was associated with the Institute of Psychiatry, King's College London, England.), 1980


Box 3 Rosen, Edgar Robert (1911-1994) (American-German political scientist, who was the first prof. of political science at the Technical U. of Braunschweig (1965-1976).), 1981


Box 3 Rotta, Hans (1921-2008) (German publisher, editor, and Doctor of Biology, who was the Managing Editor, Wissenschaftliche Verlagsgesellschaft, m.b.H., Stuttgart [Scientific Publishing Company, Ltd., Stuttgart].), 1981


Box 3 Rottenberg, Max (Spiez, Switzerland.), 1979


Box 3 Rowland, Lewis Philip (1925-2017) (Am. neurologist associated with U. of Pennsylvania and Columbia U.), 1979


(S)


Box 3 Sambursky, Samuel (1900-1990) (German, Palestinian, and Israeli physicist, professor, and author, who received the Israel Prize for Humanities (1968).), 1979


Box 3 Schachter, David (Physician associated with the Dept. of Medicine, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia U., and the Presbyterian Hospital, NY.), 1979


Box 3 Schoffeniels, Ernest Hubert (1927-1992) (Belgian biochemist and prof. of biochemistry at the U. de Liège (1973).), 1979


Box 3 Semenza, Giorgio (1928-2016) (Italian biochemistry educator, who was a prof. of biochemistry at the Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule, Zürich [Swiss Federal Institute of Technology].), 1979


Box 3 Silman, Israel (Associated with the Dept. of Neurobiology at the Weizmann Institute, Israel.), 1980


Box 3 Sovern, Michael Ira (1931-2020) (17th president of Columbia U. and Chancellor Kent Prof. of Law at Columbia Law School. He was a noted legal scholar of labor law and expert in employment discrimination.), 1980-1981


Box 3 Staab, Heinz A. (1926-2012) (Director at the Max Planck Institute for Medical Research, Heidelberg, Germany.), 1980


Box 3 Stern, Fritz (1926-2016) (German-born Am. historian of German history, Jewish history, and historiography, who served as a prof. at Columbia U. (1953-1997) and briefly acted as university provost.), 1980


(T)


Box 3 Tapley, Donald F. (1927-1999) (Endocrinologist, who served as Dean of the College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia U. (1974-1984).), 1979


(W)


Box 3 Waser, Peter G. (1918-2010) (Swiss pharmacologist at the U. of Zurich.), 1980


Box 3 Wurmser, René Bernard (1890-1993) (French biophysicist, who became the second administrator of I'Institut de biologie physico-chimique, Paris (IBPC) (1958) [Institute of Physico-Chemical Biology].), 1979


(Z)


Box 3 Zaphiropoulos, Miltiades L. (2014-2015) (Psychiatrist, who was associated for over 70 years with the William Alanson White Psychoanalytic Institute and Society. Hartsdale, NY.), 1979


Box 3 Zotterman, Yngve (1898-1982) (Swedish neurophysiologist, who was a prof. of physiology at the Royal Veterinary College in Stockholm.), 1980


Box 3 Folder with several unidentified letters and numerous book reviews, 1979-1981, undated


II.2 Articles


Volume 1: 1937-1941



Box 4 1. Cholinesterase in voluntary frog's muscle. J. Physiol., 1937, 89, 359-367. (with A. Marnay (1))., 1937


Box 4 2. Cholinesterase in invertebrate muscles. J. Physiol., 1937, 89, 368-371. (with Z.M. Bacq (1))., 1937


Box 4 3. Cholinesterase dans le muscle strie. C. R. Soc. Biol., Paris, 1937, 124, 942-944. (with A. Marnay (1))., 1937


Box 4 4. Sur la repartition de la cholinesterase dans le muscle couturier de la grenouille. C. R. Soc. Biol., Paris, 1937,125, 41-43. (with A. Marnay (1))., 1937


Box 4 5. Cholinesterase dans les terminaisons nerveuses du muscle strie. C. R. Soc. Biol., Paris, 1937, 125, 43-47. (with A. Marnay (1), B. Minz (2))., 1937


Box 4 6. Cholinesterase dans le muscle de lezard. C. R. Soc. Biol., Paris, 1937, 125, 489-490. (with A. Marnay ( 1))., 1937


Box 4 7. Cholinesterase dans le nerf du homard. C. R. Soc. Biol., Paris, 1937, 125, 1005- 1007. (with A. Marnay (1))., 1937


Box 4 8. Cholinesterase in the central nervous system. Nature, London, 1937, 140, 427., 1937


Box 4 9. La transmission de l'influx nerveux dans le systeme nerveux central. C. R. Soc. Biol., Paris, 1937, 126, 783-785., 1937


Box 4 10. Cholinesterase dans le muscle strie apres degenerescence du nerf moteur. C. R. Soc. Biol., Paris, 1937, 126, 785-787. (with A. Marnay (1))., 1937


Box 4 11. Cholinesterase dans le tissus embryonnaires. C. R. Soc. Biol., Paris, 1938, 127, 670-673., 1938


Box 4 12. Choline esterase in voluntary muscle. J. Physiol., 1938, 92, 37-47. (with A. Marnay (1))., 1938


Box 4 13. Cholinesterase dans le tissu nerveux. C. R. Soc. Biol., Paris, 1938, 127, 894-896., 1938


Box 4 14. Distribution de la cholinesterase dans le cerveau humain. C. R. Soc. Biol. Paris, 1938, 128, 24-25., 1938


Box 4 15. La transmission de l'influx nerveux dans le systeme nerveux central. Presse médicale, 1938, 48, 942-943., 1938


Box 4 16. Cholinesterase dans les fibres nerveuses. C. R. Soc. Biol., Paris, 1938, 128, 516-518., 1938


Box 4 17. Transmission of nerve impulses in the central nervous system. J. Physiol., 1938, 93, 2-3 P., 1938


Box 4 18. Changements de la cholinesterase dans le muscle strie. C. R. Soc. Biol, Paris, 1938, 128, 599-603., 1938


Box 4 19. La cholinesterase dans les cultures du coeur de l'embryon, chez la poule. C. R. Soc. Biol., Paris, 1938, 128, 577-79 (with J.A. Thomas (1))., 1938


Box 4 20. Cholinesterase at the end-plates of voluntary muscle after nerve degeneration. Nature, London, 1938, 142, 481 (with R. Couteaux (1))., 1938


Box 4 21 Cholinesterase dans le ganglion cervical sympathique superieur du chat. C. R. Soc. Biol., Paris, 1938, 129, 830-833., 1938


Box 4 22. Sur l'action de la strychnine. C.R. Soc. Biol., Paris, 1938, 129, 941-943., 1938


Box 4 23. Sur quelques proprietes chimiques de la cholinesterase. C.R. Soc. Biol., Paris, 1939, 130, 321-324. (with E. Lederer (2))., 1939


Box 4 24. Cholinesterase in voluntary muscle. J. Physiol., 1939, 95, 29-35., 1939


Box 4 25. Cholinesterase dans le systeme nerveux central. Bull. Soc. Chim. Biol., Paris, 1939, 21, 761-796., 1939


Box 4 26. Sur la biochimie de la cholinesterase. I. Preparation de l'enzyme. Groupements-Sh. Bull. Soc. Chim. Biol., Paris, 1939, 21, 797-808. (with E. Lederer (2))., 1939


Box 4 27. Sur l'inhibition de la cholinesterase. C.R. Soc. Biol., Paris, 1939, 130, 1065-1068., 1939


Box 4 28. Changes of choline esterase at end plates of voluntary muscle following section of sciatic nerve. Proc. Soc. exp. Biol., N.Y., 1940, 43, 177-181. (with R. Couteaux (D))., 1940


Box 4 29. The cholinergic nature of the nervous supply to the electrical organ of the torpedo (Torpedo Marmorata.). J. Physiol., 1940, 91, 3-5P. (with W. Feldberg (1), and A. Fessard (2))., 1940


Box 4 30. Choline esterase in brain and spinal cord of sheep embryos. Neurophysiol., 1940, 3, 396-402., 1940


Box 4 31. On the physiological significance of choline esterase. Yale J. Biol. and Med. , 1940, 12, 565-589., 1940


Box 4 32. Action of ions on choline esterase. Nature, London, 1940, 145, 513-514., 1940


Box 4 33. "Electricity elicited by an organic chemical process." Science, 1940, 91, 405-406., 1940


Box 4 34. Localization of choline esterase in nerve fibers. Science, 1940, 92, 513-514. (with E. J. Boell (1))., 1940


Box 4 35. Relation between electrical changes during nerve activity and concentration of choline esterase. J. Neurophysiol., 1941, 4, 348-361. (with B. Meyerhof (2))., 1941


Box 4 36. Electric potential and activity of choline esterase in the electric organ of Electrophorus electricus (Linnaeus). J. Gen. Physiol., 1941, 25, 75-88. (with C.W. Coates (2) and R.T. Cox (3))., 1941


Box 4 Marnay, A. Cholinesterase dans l'organe électrique de la torpille. C.R. Soc. Biol., Paris, 1937, 126, 573-574., 1937


Box 4 Marnay, A. Cholinesterase dans le muscle strié du crapaud. C.R. Soc. Biol., Paris, 1938, 128, 290., 1938


Box 4 Marnay, A. Cholinesterase dans le muscle strié de la tortue. C.R. Soc. Biol. , Paris, 1938, 127, 896-897., 1938


Volume 2: 1942-1946


Box 4 64. On the localization of enzymes in nerve fibers. Science, 1942, 95, 76-77 (H.B. Steinbach (2))., 1942


Box 4 65. Electrical potential and activity of choline esterase in nerve. Federation Proceedings, 1942, 1, 62., 1942


Box 4 66. Localization of enzymes in nerves. I. Succinic dehydrogenase and vitamin B1. Neurophysiol. 1942, 5, 109-120, (with H. B. Steinbach (2))., 1942


Box 4 67. On the mechanism of transmission of nerve impulses. The Collecting Net, 1942, 17, 1-6., 1942


Box 4 68. Choline esterase in primitive nervous systems. J. Cell, and Comp. Physiol., 1942, 20, 1-4, (with T.H. Bullock (1))., 1942


Box 4 69. Action potential and enzyme activity in the electric organ of Electrophorus electricus (Linnaeus). I. Choline esterase and respiration. J. Neurophysiol. , 1942, 5, 499-516 (with R. T. Cox (2), C. W. Coates (3) and A. L. Machado (4))., 1942


Box 4 70. Phosphocreatine as energy source of the action potential. Proc. Soc.Exp. Biol. N.Y., 1943, 52, 97-99 with R.T. Cox (2), C.W. Coates (3))., 1943


Box 4 71. Acetylcholine and the physiology of the central nervous system. Science, 1943, 97, 569-571 (with J.F. Fulton (1))., 1943


Box 4 72. Localization of enzymes in nerves. II. Cytochrome oxidase. J. Neurophysiol., 1943, 6, 203-211 (with H.B. Steinbach (2), A.L. Machado (3) and S. Spiegelman (4))., 1943


Box 4 73. Acetylcholine and the mechanism of nerve activity. Exp. Med. and Surg., 1943, 1, 273-277., 1943


Box 4 74. Action potential and enzyme activity in the electric organ of Electrophorus Electricus. II. Phosphocreatine as energy source of the action potential. J. Neuro-physiol., 1943, 6, 383-396 (with R.T. Cox (2), C.W. Coates (3), and A.L. Machado (4))., 1943


Box 4 75. The formation of acetylcholine. A new enzyme "choline acetylase". J. Neurophysiol., 1943, 6, 397-404 (with A.L. Machado (2))., 1943


Box 4 76. Effect of glutamic acid on the formation of acetylcholine. J. Biol. Chem., 1943, 150, 485-486 (with H.M. John (2) and H. Waelsch (3))., 1943


Box 4 77. On the toxicity of atabrine. Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol. N.Y., 1943, 54, 336-338 (with H. Waelsch (1))., 1943


Box 4 78. Effects of dorsal root section on choline esterase concentration in spinal cord of cats. J. Neurophysiol., 1944, 7, 27-36 (with E.C. Hoff (2))., 1944


Box 4 79. On the energy source of the nerve action potential. Biol. Bull., 1944, 87, 158., 1944


Box 4 80. On the specificity of choline esterase in nervous tissue. Science, 1944, 100, 454-455 (with M.A. Rothenberg (2))., 1944


Box 4 81. Inhibition of choline acetylase bv cc-keto acids. Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol., N.Y., 1944, 57, 361-362 (with H.M. John (2))., 1944


Box 4 82. Studies on choline acetylase. I. Effect of amino acids on the dialyzed enzyme. Inhibition by oc-keto acids. J. Biol. Chem., 1945, 158, 157-171 (with H.M. John (2))., 1945


Box 4 83. Studies on cholinesterase. I. On the specificity of the enzyme in nerve tissue. J. Biol. Chem., 1945, 158, 653-666 (with M.A. Rothenberg (2))., 1945


Box 4 84. The role of acetylcholine in the mechanism of nerve activity. In: Harris, R.S., and Thimann, K.V., Vitamins and Hormones, 1945, 3, 337-377., 1945


Box 4 85. Chemical mechanism of nervous action. In: Green, D. E., Currents in Biochem. Research., New York, 1946, 335-356., 1946


Box 4 Couteaux, R. La cholinesterase des plaques motrices. Bull. Bioiogique de la France et de la Belgique, 76, 14-57 (1942)., 1942


Volume 3: 1945-1947


Box 4 86 On the formation of acetylcholine in the nerve axon. Science, 1945, 102, 250-251 (with H.M. John (2))., 1945


Box 4 87. On the effect of drugs on cholinesterase. J. Biol. Chem., 1945, 159, 239-240 (with H. Schneemann (2))., 1945


Box 4 88. Effects of inhibitors of choline esterase on the nerve action potential. J. Neurophysiol., 1946, 9, 9-22 (with T.H. Bullock (1 ) and M.A. Rothenberg (3))., 1946


Box 4 89. On the role of acetylcholine in the mechanism of nerve activity. Recent Progress in Hormone Research. Proc. Laurentian Conference, New York. 1947, 1, 1-26., 1946


Box 4 90. Studies on cholinesterase. II. Enzyme activity and voltage of the action potential in electric tissue. J. Biol. Chem., 1946, 163, 39-48 (with C.W. Coates (2 ) and M.A. Rothenberg (3))., 1946


Box 4 91. Studies on choline acetylase. II. The formation of acetylcholine in the nerve axon. J. Biol. Chem., 1946, 163, 475-480 (with H.M. John (2 ) and M. Berman (3))., 1946


Box 4 92. Chemical mechanism of nerve activity. Ann. New York Acad. Sc., 1946, 41, 395-428., 1946


Box 4 93. Chemical aspects of the transmission of the nerve impulses. Progress Neurol. and Psychiat., 1946, 1, 59-75 (with M.A. Rothenberg (2))., 1946


Box 4 94. Effect of di-isopropyl fluorphosphate (DFP) on action potential and choline esterase of nerve. J. Neurophysiol., 1946, 9, 253-260 (with T.H. Bullock (1), H. Grundfest (2), M.A. Rothenberg (4) and K. Sterling (5))., 1946


Box 4 95. On the energy source of the action potential in the electric organ of Electrophorus Electricus. J. Biol. Chem., 1946, 165, 223-231 (with C.W. Coates (2), M.A. Rothenberg (3), and M.V. Brown (4))., 1946


Box 4 96. Studies on choline acetylase. III. On the preparation of the coenzyme and its effect on the enzyme. J. Biol. Chem., 1946, 165, 551-563 (with M. Berman (2))., 1946


Box 4 97. Effect of di-isopropyl fluorophosphate (DFP) on the action potential of muscle. Science, 1946, 104, 317 (with R. Couteaux (1), H. Grundfest (2), M.A. Rothenberg (4))., 1946


Box 4 98. Generality of the role of acetylcholine in nerve and muscle conduction. J. Neurophysiol., 1947, 10, 11-21 (with T.H. Bullock (1), H. Grundfest (2), and M.A. Rothenberg (4))., 1947


Box 4 99. Effect of di-isopropyl fluorphosphate (DFP) on action potential and cholinesterase of nerve. II. J. Neurophysiol., 1947, 10, 63-78. (with T.H. Schlock (1), H. Grundfest (2), and M.A. Rothenberg (4))., 1947


Box 4 100. Presence of choline acetylase in striated and cardiac muscle. J. Biol. Chem., 1947, 161, 295-296 (with M. Berman (2), and Michael S. Weiss (3))., 1947


Box 4 102. Grundfest, H.D. Nachmansohn and M.A. Rothenberg. Effect of di-isopropyl fluorophosphate (DFP) on action potential and cholinesterase of nerve. III. J. Neurophysiol., 10, 155-164, 1947., 1947


Box 4 103. Rothenberg, M.A., and D. Nachmansohn. Studies on cholinesterase. III. Purification of the enzyme from electric tissue by fractional ammonium sulfate precipitation. J. Biol. Chem., 168, 223-231, 1947, 1947


Volume 4: 1947-1950


Box 4 1. (105) Nachmansohn, D., and E.A. Feld. Studies on cholinesterase. IV. On the mechanism of diisopropyl fluorophosphate (DFP) action in vivo. J. Biol. Chem., 171, 715-724 (1947)., 1947


Box 4 2. (107) Nachmansohn, D. and M.W. Weiss. Studies on choline acetylase. IV. Effect of citric acid. J. Biol. Chem., 172, 677-697 (1948)., 1948


Box 4 3. (108) Rothenberg, M.A. and E.A. Feld. Rate of penetration of electrolytes into nerve fibers. J. Biol. Chem., 172, 345-346 (1948)., 1948


Box 4 4. (109) Nachmansohn, D. Effect of inhibitors of cholinesterase on conduction in nerve and muscle. XVII. Intern. Congress Physiol., Oxford (1947)., 1948


Box 4 5. (110) Rothenberg, M.A., D.B. Sprinson, and Dr. Nachmansohn Site of action of acetylcholine. J. Neurophysiol., 11, 111-116 (1948)., 1948


Box 4 6. (111) Feld, E.A., H. Grundfest, D. Nachmansohn, and M.A. Rothenberg. Effect of di-isopropyl fluorophosphate (DFP) on action potential and cholinesterase of nerve. IV. J. Neurophysiol., 11, 125-132 (1948)., 1948


Box 4 7. (113) Nachmansohn, D. The role of acetylcholine in conduction. Bull. Johns Hopkins Hosp., 83, 463-493 (1948)., 1948


Box 4 8. (112) Nachmansohn, D., M.A. Rothenberg, and E.A. Feld. Studies on cholinesterase. V. Kinetics of the enzyme inhibition. J. Biol. Chem., 174, 247-256 (1948)., 1948


Box 4 9. (115) Augustinsson, K.B. Substrate concentration and specificity of choline ester-splitting enzymes. Arch. Biochem., 23, 111-126 (1949), 1949


Box 4 10. (116) Augustinsson, K.B. and D. Nachmansohn. Studies on cholinesterase. VI. Kinetics of the inhibition of acetylcholinesterase. J. Biol. Chem., 179, 543-559 (1949)., 1949


Box 4 11. (117) Augustinsson, K.B. and D. Nachmansohn. Distinction between acetylcholinesterase and other choline ester-splitting enzymes. Science, 110, 98-99 (1949)., 1949


Box 4 12. (118) Hestrin, D. The reaction of acetylcholine and other carboxylic acid derivatives with hydroxylamine and its analytical application. J. Biol. Chem., 180, 249-261 (1949)., 1949


Box 4 13. (119) Nachmansohn, D., S. Hestin, and H. Voripaieff. Enzymatic synthesis of a compound with acetylcholine-like biological activity. J. Biol. Chem., 180, 875-887 (1949)., 1949


Box 4 14. (124) Middleton, S., and H.H. Middleton. Acetylcholine-like action of a product formed by an acetylating enzyme system derived from brain. Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol., 71, 523-526 (1949)., 1949


Box 4 15. Nachmansohn, D., S. Hestrin, and H. Voripaieff. Synthesis of acetylcholine. The Collecting Net, XIX, No. 1, November (1949), 1949


Box 4 16. (120) Hestrin, S. Acylation reactions mediated by purified acetylcholine esterase. J. Biol. Chem., 180, 879-881 (1949)., 1949


Box 4 17. (121) Korey, S. Some factors influencing the contractility of a non-conducting fiber preparation. Biochim. Biophys. Acta (Meyerhof Anniversary Issue), 4, 58-67 (1950)., 1950


Box 4 18. (122) Nachmansohn, D. Studies on permeability in relation to nerve function. I. Axonal conduction and synaptic transmission. Biochim. Biophys. Acta (Meyerhof Anniversary Issue) 4, 78-95 (1950), 1950


Box 4 19. (123) Rothenberg, M.A. Studies on permeability in relation to nerve function. II. Ionic movements across axonal membranes. Biochim. Biophys. Acta (Meyerhof Anniversary Issue) 4, 96-114 (1950)., 1950


Box 4 20. (125) Hestrin, S. Acylation reactions mediated by purified acetylcholinesterase II. Biochim. Biophys. Acta (Meyerhof Anniversary Issue) 4, 310-321 (1950)., 1950


Box 4 21. (126) Nachmansohn, D. Electric currents in nerve tissue and electric organs. Electrical Engineering, 69, 231-234 (1950)., 1950


Box 4 22. (114) Nachmansohn, D. Chemical control of nervous activity. Chapter 9. A. Acetylcholine. In: Hormones, II. (G. Pincus and K.V. Thimann, eds.) Academic Press, New York, pp. 515-599 (1950)., 1950


Box 4 23. (127) Wilson, I. B., and Bergmann, F. Studies on cholinesterase. VII. The active surface of acetylcholinesterase derived from effects of pH on inhibitors. J. Biol. Chem., T85, 479-489, (1950)., 1950


Box 4 24. (128) Wilson, I.B., and Bergmann, F. Acetylcholinesterase. VIII. Dissociation constants of the active group. J. Biol. Chem., 186, 683-692 (1950)., 1950


Box 4 25. (129) Bergmann, F., I.B. Wilson, and Dr. Nachmansohn. Acetylcholinesterase. IX. Structural features determining the inhibition by amino acids and related compounds. J. Biol. Chem., 186, 693-703 (1950), 1950


Box 4 26. (130) Bergman, F., I.B. Wilson, and D. Nachmansohn. The inhibitory effect of stilbamidine, curare and related compounds and its relationship to the active groups of acetylcholinesterase. Action of stilbamidine upon nerve impulse conduction. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 6, 217-224 (1950)., 1950


Box 4 27. (131) Wilson, I.B., F. Bergmann, and D. Nachmansohn. Acetylcholinesterase. X. Mechanism of the catalysis of acylation reactions. J. Biol. Chem., 186, 781-790 (1950)., 1950


Volume 5: 1951-1952



Box 5 1. (132) Korey, S.R. Effect of dilantin and mesantoin on the giant axon of the squid. Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol, and Med., 76, 297-299 (1951)., 1951


Box 5 2. (133) Korey, S.R., B. de Braganza, and D. Nachmansohn. Choline acetylase. V. Esterifications and transacetylations. J. Biol. Chem., 189, 705-715 (1951)., 1951


Box 5 3. (134) Wilson, I.B. Acetylcholinesterase. XI. Reversibility of tetraethyl pyrophosphate inhibition. J. Biol. Chem., 190, 111-117 (1951)., 1951


Box 5 4. (135) Wilson, I.B. Mechanism of enzymic hydrolysis. I. Role of the acidic groups in the esteratic site of acetylcholinesterase. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 7, 466-470 (1951)., 1951


Box 5 5. (136) Nachmansohn, D. and I.B. Wilson. The enzymic hydrolysis and synthesis of acetylcholine. In: Advances in Enzymology, XII, 259-339, Interscience, New York (1951)., 1951


Box 5 6. (137) Nachmansohn, D. Energy sources of bioelectricity. In: Phosphorus Metabolism, Vol. I, Chapter X (W.D. McElroy and B. Glass, eds.) The Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore (1951) pp. 568-585., 1951


Box 5 7. (138) Wilson, I.B. Mechanism of hydrolysis. II. New evidence for an acylated enzyme as intermediate. Biochim. et Biophys. Acta, 7, 520-525 (1951)., 1951


Box 5 8. (139) Korey, S.R., and R. Mitchell. Studies on permeability in relation to nerve function. III. Permittivity of brain cortex slices to glycine and aspartic acid. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 7, 507-519 (1951)., 1951


Box 5 9. (140) Nachmansohn, D. Chemical mechanisms of nerve activity. In: E.S.G. Barron: Modern Trends in Physiology and Biochemistry. Academic Press, N.Y., 229-276 (1952), 1952


Box 5 10. (141) Wilson, I.B., S. Levine, and I. Freiberger. Effects of electrical charge upon the activity of liver esterase. J. Biol. Chem., 194, 613-617 (1952)., 1952


Box 5 11. (142) Nachmansohn, D., I.B. Wilson, S.R. Korey, and R. Berman. Choline acetylase. VI. Substitution of ATP-acetate by thiolacetate. J. Biol. Chem., 195, 25-36 (1952)., 1952


Box 5 12. (143) Grundfest, H., D. Nachmansohn, C.Y. Kao, and R. Chambers. Mode of blocking of axonal activity by curare and inhibitors of acetylcholinesterase. Nature, Ld., 169, 190 (1952)., 1952


Box 5 13. (144) Nachmansohn, D., S. Ochoa, and F.A. Lipmann. Otto Meyerhof: 1884-1951. Science, 115, 365-369 (1952)., 1952


Box 5 14. (145) Nachmansohn, D. The neuromuscular junction. In: Le MUSCLE, etude de biologie et de pathologie, C.R. du Colloque tenu a Royaumont, France, 8/31-9/6/1950. L'expansion, pp. 121-172 (1950)., 1950


Box 5 15. (146) Wilson, I.B. Acetylcholinesterase. XII. Further studies of binding forces. J. Biol. Chem., 197, 215-225 (1952)., 1952


Box 5 16. (147) Nachmansohn, D. Otto Meyerhof 1884-1951. Proc. Rudolf Virchow Med. Soc., 10, 89-91 (1951)., 1951


Box 5 17. (148) Korkes, S., A. del Campillo, S.R. Korey, J. R. Stern, D. Nachmansohn, and S. Ochoa. Coupling of acetyl donor systems with choline acetylase. J. Biol. Chem., 198, 215-220 (1952)., 1952


Box 5 18. (149) Nachmansohn, D. Nerve function and irradiation effects. J. Cell. and Comp. Physiol., 39, 137-178 (1952)., 1952


Box 5 19. (150) Wilson, I.B. Acetylcholinesterase - The mechanism of enzyme activity. Baskerville Chem. Journ., 3, 7-12 (1952)., 1952


Box 5 20. (151) Nachmansohn, D. Metabolisme et fonction de la cellule nerveuse. Bull. Soc. Chim. Biol., 34, 447-465 (1952)., 1952


Box 5 21. (152) Wilson, I.B. Acetylcholinesterase. XIII. Reactivation of alkyl phosphate-inhibited enzyme. J. Biol. Chem., 199, 113-120 (1952)., 1952


Volume 6: 1952-1955


Box 5 1. (155) Nachmansohn, D. La conduction de l'influx nerveux et la transmission synaptique. Estratto Dai Rendiconti Dell' Istituto Superiore di Sanita, XV, 1267-1301 (1952)., 1952


Box 5 2. (157) Nachmansohn, D. Transmission of nerve impulses across the neuromuscular junction. Proc. of the First and Second Medical Conferences (1951-1952) of the Muscular Dystrophy Associations of America, Inc., (A.T. Milhorat, ed.) pp. 2-15 (1952)., 1952


Box 5 3. (153) Korey, S.R. Studies on permeability in relation to nerve function. IV. Effect of glutamate and aspartate upon the rate of entrance of potassium into brain cortical slices. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 9, 633-635 (1952)., 1952


Box 5 4. (158) Altamirano, M., C.W. Coates, H. Grundfest, and D. Nachmansohn. Mechanisms of bioelectric activity in electrical tissue. I. The response to indirect and direct stimulation of electroplaques of Electrophorus electricus. J. Gen. Physiol., 37, 91-110 (1953)., 1953


Box 5 5. (156) Wilson, I.B., and M. Cohen. The essentiality of acetyl cholinesterase in conduction. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 11, 147-156 (1953)., 1953


Box 5 6. (160) Berman, R., I.B. Wilson, and D. Nachmansohn. Choline acetylase specificity in relation to biological function. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 12, 315-324 (1953)., 1953


Box 5 7. (161) Wilson, I.B. The mechanism of enzyme hydrolysis studied with acetylcholinesterase. In: The Mechanism of Enzyme Action (W.C. McElroy and B. Glass, eds.) The Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, pp. 642-657 (1954)., 1954


Box 5 8. Wilson, I.B. Preparation of acetyl coenzyme A. J. Am. Chem. Soc., 74, 3205-3206 (1952)., 1952


Box 5 9. (159) Wilson, I.B., and E.K. Meislich. Reactivation of acetylcholinesterase inhibited by alkylphosphates. J. Am. Chem. Soc., 75, 4628 (1953)., 1953


Box 5 10. (165) Wilson, I.B., and E. Cabib. Is acetylcholinesterase a metallo enzyme? J. Am. Chem. Soc., 76, 5154-5156 (1954)., 1954


Box 5 11. (166) Friess, S.L., I.B. Wilson, and E. Cabib. On the Mg (II) activation of acetylcholinesterase. J. Am. Chem. Soc., 76, 5156-5157 (1954)., 1954


Box 5 12. (162) Wilson, I.B. The active surface of the serum esterase. J. Biol. Chem., 208, 123-132 (1954)., 1954


Box 5 13. (163) Berman-Reisberg, R. Sulfhydryl groups of choline acetylase. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 14, 442-443 (1954)., 1954


Box 5 14. (164) Wilson, I.B., and D. Nachmansohn. The generation of bioelectric potentials. In: Ion Transport Across Membranes (H. T. Clarke, and D. Nachmansohn, eds.) Academic Press, New York, pp. 35-64 (1954)., 1954


Box 5 15. (167) Eisenberg, M.A. The acetate-activating enzyme of Rhodospirillum Rubrum. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 16, 58-65 (1955)., 1955


Box 5 16. (168) Nachmansohn, D. Metabolism and function of the nerve cell. In: Harvey Lectures 1953/1954, Academic Press, Inc., New York, pp. 57-99 (1955)., 1955


Box 5 17. (169) Nachmansohn, D. Acetylcholine and energy transformations in nerve cells. In: A Textbook of Physiology (J.F. Fulton, ed.) 17th Ed., W.B. Saunders Co., Philadelphia, pp. 192 -204 (1955)., 1955


Box 5 18. (170) Altamirano, M., W.L. Schleyer, C.W. Coates, and D. Nachmansohn. Electrical activity in electric tissue. I. The difference between tertiary and quaternary nitrogen compounds in relation to their chemical and electrical activities. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 16, 268-283 (1955)., 1955


Box 5 19. (172) Schleyer, W.L. Electrical activity in electric tissue. II. Evaluation of esterase activity in intact electroplax. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, P6, 396-403 (1955)., 1955


Box 5 20. (177) Altamirano, M., C.W. Coates, H. Grundfest, and Dr. Nachmansohn. Electrical activity in electric tissue. III. Modifications of electrical activity by acetylcholine and related compounds. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 16, 449-463 (1955)., 1955


Box 5 21. (173) Wilson, I.B., and S. Ginsburg. Reactivation of acetyl cholinesterase inhibited by alkylphosphates. Arch. Biochem. Biophys., 54, 569-571 (1955)., 1955


Box 5 22. (171) Nachmansohn, D. Stoffwechsel und Funktion der Nervenzelle. Deutsche Med. Wochenschr., 80, 196-198 (1955)., 1955


Box 5 23. (175) Nachmansohn, D. Mechanisms of impulse transmission across neuromuscular junctions. Am. J. Phys. Med., 34, 33-45 (1955). (Muscular Dystrophy Symposium), 1955


Box 5 24. (174) Weber, A. Value of models for understanding of muscular contraction. Am. J. Phys. Med., S4, 19-32 (1955). (Muscular Dystrophy Symposium), 1955


Box 5 25. (176) Hasselbach, W. and A. Weber. Models for the study of the contraction of muscle and of cell protoplasm. Pharm. Revs., 7, 97-117 (1955)., 1955


Box 5 26. (178) Nachmansohn, D. and l.B. Wilson. Molecular basis for generation of bioelectric potentials. In: Electrochemistry in Biology and Medicine (T. Shedlovsky, ed.) John Wiley and Sons, New York, pp. 167-186 (1955)., 1955


Box 5 27. (179) Nachmansohn, D. and l.B. Wilson. Choline acetylase. In: Methods in Enzymology (S.P. Colowick and N.O. Kaplan, eds.) Vol. I, Academic Press, New York, pp. 619-624 (1955)., 1955


Box 5 28. (180) Nachmansohn, D., and I.B. Wilson. Acetylcholinesterase. In: Methods in Enzymology (S.P. Colowick and N. O. Kaplan, eds.) Vol. I, Academic Press, New York, 642-651 (1955)., 1955


Box 5 29. (182) Nachmansohn, D. Metabolism and function of the nerve cell. In: Neurochemistry (K.A.C. Elliott, I.H. Page, and J. H. Quastel, eds.) Chapter XIV, Charles C. Thomas, Springfield, 111., 390-524 (1955)., 1955


Box 5 30. (181) Wilson, I.B. Reactivation of human serum esterase inhibited by alkylphosphates. J. Am. Chem. Soc., 77, 2383-2386 (1955)., 1955


Volume 7: 1955-1956


Box 5 1. (189) Wilson, I.B. The interaction of tensilon and neostigmine with acetylcholinesterase. Arch. internat. pharmacodyn., CIV, 204-213 (1955)., 1955


Box 5 2. (183) Wilson, I.B., S. Ginsburg, and E.K. Meislich. The reactivation of acetylcholinesterase inhibited by tetraethylpyrophosphate and diisopropyl fluorophosphate. J. Am. Chem. Soc., 77, 4286-4291 (1955)., 1955


Box 5 3. (191) Wilson, I.B., and E. Cabib. Acetylcholinesterase: Enthalpies and entropies of activation. J. Am. Chem. Soc., 78, 202-207 (1956)., 1956


Box 5 4. (198) Wilson, I.B. Promotion of acetylcholinesterase activity by the anionic site. Faraday Society Discussions, 20, 119-125 (1955)., 1955


Box 5 5. (185) Nachmansohn, D. The generation of bioelectric potentials. Editorial, Circulation Research, III, 429-433 (1955)., 1955


Box 5 6. Nachmansohn, D. Review of "Biochemistry of the Developing Nervous System", Proceedings of the First International Neurochemical Symposium at Magdalen College, Oxford, 13-17 July 1974 (Heinrich Waelsch, ed.), Academic Press, New York (1955). Science, 123, 591 (1956)., 1956


Box 5 7. (186) Nachmansohn, D. Principles for testing drug effects during growth. In: Biochemistry of the Developing Nervous System; Proc. of the First Intern. Neurochemical Symposium, Oxford, July 1954. Academic Press, New York, 479-490 (1955)., 1955


Box 5 8. (187) Nachmansohn, D. Die Rolle des Acetylcholins in den Elementar- vorgaengen der Nervenleitung. In: Ergebnisse der Physiologie, 48, Springer Verlag, Heidelberg, 575-683 (1955)., 1955


Box 5 9. (195) Wilson, I.B., and M. Altamirano. Action of tertiary and quaternary nitrogen derivatives upon the acetylcholine receptor. In: Neurochemistry (S.R. Korey, ed.) Hoeber-Harper, New York, 155-168 (1956)., 1956


Box 5 10. (196) Nachmansohn, D., and Wilson, I.B. Trends in the biochemistry of nerve activity. In: Currents in Biochemical Research, 1956 (D.E. Green, ed.) Interscience, New York, 628-652 (1956)., 1956


Box 5 11. (194) Wilson, I.B. Chemical control of ion movements during nerve activity. In: Interscience Proc. Third Intern. Congress of Biochemistry, Brussels, 1955 (C. Liebecq, ed.) Academic Press, New York, 440-444 (1956)., 1956


Box 5 12. (188) Altamirano, M. Electrical properties of the innervated membrane of the electroplax of electric eel. J. Cell, and Comp. Physiol., 46, 249-278 (1955)., 1955


Box 5 13. (197) Altamirano, M. Effect of acetylcholine in the electroplax of electric eel. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 20, 323-336 (1956)., 1956


Box 5 14. (192) Cohen, M. Concentration of choline acetylase in conducting tissue. Arch. Biochem. Biophys., 60, 284-296 (1956)., 1956


Box 5 15. (193) Weber, A. The ultracentrifugal separation of L-myosin and actin in an actomyosin sol under the influence of ATP. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 19, 345-351 (1956)., 1956


Box 5 16. (184) Wilson, I.B., and S. Ginsburg. A powerful reactivator of alkylphosphate-inhibited acetylcholinesterase. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 18, 168-170 (1955)., 1955


Box 5 17. (190) Kewitz, H., and I.B. Wilson. A specific antidoge against lethal alkylphosphate intoxication. Arch. Biochem. Biophys., 60, 261-263 (1956)., 1956


Volume 8: 1957-1960


Box 5 1. (202) Kewitz, H. A specific antidote against lethal alkyl phosphate intoxication. III. Repair of chemical lesion. Arch. Biochem. Biophys., 66, 263-270 (1957)., 1957


Box 5 2. (203) Kewitz, H. and D. Nachmansohn. A specific antidote against lethal alkyl phosphate intoxication. IV. Effects in brain. Arch. Biochem. Biophys., 66, 271-283 (1957)., 1957


Box 5 3. (206) Wilson, I.B. and F. Sondheimer. A specific antidote against lethal alkyl phosphate intoxication. V. Antidotal properties. Arch. Biochem. Biophys., 69, 468-474 (1957)., 1957


Box 5 4. (204) Berman-Reisberg, R. Properties and biological significance of choline acetylase. The Yale J. of Biol, and Med., 29, 403-435 (1957)., 1957


Box 5 5. (200) Eisenberg, M.A. The acetate-activating mechanism of Rhodospirillum rubrum. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 23, 327-323(1957)., 1957


Box 5 6. (208) Nachmansohn, D. Carl Neuberg, 1877-1956. Proc. Rudolf Virchow Med. Soc., New York, XV, 75-82 (1956)., 1957


Box 5 7. (207) Nachmansohn, D. Etudes sur la conduction de l'influx nerveux au niveau moleculaire. Bull. Soc. Chim. Biol., 39, 1021-1035 (1957)., 1957


Box 5 8. (209) Nerve function and irradiation effects. IIIe Congres Interntl. de Neuropathologie, Bruxelles 1957, pp. 195-200 (1957)., 1957


Box 5 9. (205) Altamirano, M., and C.W. Coates. Effect of potassium on electroplax of Electrophorus electricus. J. Cell, and Comp. Physiol., 39, 69-102 (1957)., 1957


Box 5 10. (210) Schoffeniels, E., and D. Nachmansohn. An isolated single electroplax preparation. I. New data on the effect of acetylcholine and related compounds. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 26, 1-15 (1957)., 1957


Box 5 11. (212) Schoffeniels, E. An isolated single electroplax preparation. II. Improved preparation for studying ion flux. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 26, 585-596 (1957)., 1957


Box 5 12. (214) Wilson, I.B. Designing of a new drug with antidotal properties against the nerve gas Sarin. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 27, 196-199, (1958)., 1958


Box 5 13. (215) Schoffeniels, E. Potassium concentration, and potential difference in the single isolated electroplax of the electric eel. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 27, 660 (1958)., 1958


Box 5 14. (218) Schoffeniels, E., I.B. Wilson, and D. Nachmansohn. Overshoot and block of conduction by lipid soluble acetylcholine analogues. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 27, 629-633 (1958)., 1958


Box 5 15. (227) Dettbarn, W.D. Action of lipid soluble quaternary ammonium ions on the resting potential of myelinated nerve fibers of the frog. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 32, 381-386 (1959)., 1959


Box 5 16. (221) Hinterbuchner, L.P. and I.B. Wilson. Muscle response to long chain quaternary ammonium ions. I. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 31, 323-327 (1959)., 1959


Box 5 17. (226) Hinterbuchner, L.P. and I.B. Wilson. Muscle response to long chain quaternary ammonium ions. II. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 32, 375-380 (1959)., 1959


Box 5 18. (223) Nachmansohn, D. Molecular forces controlling ion movements during nerve activity. In: Fourth International Congress of Biochemistry. Vol. III. Biochemistry of the Central Nervous System. Pergamon Press, pp. 26-35 (1958)., 1958


Box 5 19. (211) Wilson, I.B. and C. Quan. Acetylcholinesterase studies on molecular complementariness. Arch. Biochem. Biophys., 73, 131-143 (1958)., 1958


Box 5 20. (219) Wilson, I.B., S. Ginsburg, and C. Quan. Molecular complementariness as basis for reactivation of alkylphosphate inhibited enzyme. Arch. Biochem. Biophys., 77, 286-296 (1958)., 1958


Box 5 21. (217) Schoffeniels, E. A method for studying separately the properties of the innervated and non-innervated membrane of an isolated single electroplax of the Skate. Nature, 181, 287-288 (1958)., 1958


Box 5 22. (222) Nachmansohn, D. The neuromuscular junction. B. The role of the acetylcholine system. In: The Structure and Function of Muscle (G.H. Bourne, Ed.) Vol. II, Academic Press, New York, pp.199 -302 (1960)., 1960


Box 5 23. (220) Wilson, I.B. A specific antidote for nerve gas and insecticide (alkylphosphate) intoxication. Neurology, 8, Suppl. 1, 41-43 (1958)., 1958


Box 5 24. (213) Eisenberg, M.A. Intermediate metabolism of electric tissue in relation to function. I. Glycolytic enzymes and succinic oxidase. Arch. Biochem. Biophys., 74, 373-389 (1958)., 1958


Box 5 25. (225) Hoskin. F.C.G. Intermediate metabolism of electric tissue in relation to function. II. Comparison of glycolysis rates in organs of Electrophorus electricus. Arch. Biochem. Biophys., 81, 330-339 (1959)., 1959


Box 5 26. (229) Nachmansohn, D. Acetylcholine, nerve gases and an antidote. Med. Circle Bulletin, 5, No. 7 (Loewi Festschrift), 6-8 (1958)., 1958


Box 5 27. Nachmansohn, D. Introductory remarks. Ann. of N.Y. Acad. Sci., 81, 219-220 (1959)., 1959


Box 5 28. (233) Schoffeniels, E. Ion movements studied with single isolated electroplax. Ann. of N.Y. Acad. Sci., 81, 285-306 (1959)., 1959


Box 5 29. (237) Wilson, I.B. Molecular complementarity in antidotes for nerve gases. Ann. of N.Y. Acad. Sci., 81, 307-316 (1959)., 1959


Box 5 30. (234) Dettbarn, W.D. Distinction between sodium and potassium in change in permeability effected by lipid-soluble analogues of acetylcholine. Nature, 183 (465-466 (1959)., 1959


Box 5 31. (238) Nachmansohn, D. Basic problems of drug action on the myoneural junction. Anesthesiology, 20, 421-438 (1959)., 1959


Box 5 32. (240) Wil son, I.B. Molecular complementarity and antidotes for alkylphosphate poisoning. Fed. Proc., 18, 752-758, No. 2, Park 1 (1959)., 1959


Box 5 33. (228) Wilson, I.B. and S. Ginsburg. Reactivation of alkylphosphate inhibited acetylcholinesterase by bis quaternary derivatives of 2-PAM and 4-PAM. J. Biochem. Pharmacol., 1, 200-206 (1959)., 1959


Box 5 34. (201) Ginsburg, S. and I.B. Wilson. Oximes of the pyridine series. J. Am. Chem. Soc., 79, 481-485 (1957)., 1957


Box 5 35. (216) Schoffeniels, E. Electrical activity of isolated single electroplax of electric eel as affected by temperature. Science, 127, 1117-1118 (1958)., 1958


Box 5 36. (224) Dettbarn, W.D., I.B. Wilson, and D. Nachmansohn. Action of lipid soluble quaternary ammonium ions on conducting membrane. Science, 128, 1275-1276 (1958)., 1958


Box 5 37. (232) Lawler, H.C. A simplified procedure for the partial purification of acetylcholinesterase from electric tissue. J. Biol. Chem., 234, 799-801 (1959)., 1959


Box 5 38. (235) Ehrenpreis, S. Interaction of curare and related substances with acetylcholine receptor-like protein. Science, 12 9, 1613-1614 (1959)., 1959


Box 5 39. United States Patent #2, 816, 113 of December 10, 1957, entitled: Alkyl Pyridinium Salt, 2-Carboxaldehyde Oximes and Process of Preparation. Irwin B. Wilson, Fair Lawn, N.J. , and Sara Ginsburg and David Nachmansohn, New York, N.Y. , assignors to the United States of America as represented by the Secretary of the Army. Application July 10, 1956, Serial No. 597, 055., 1957


Volume 9: 1959-1961



Box 6 1. (231) Nachmansohn, D. Role of acetylcholine in axonal conduction and neuromuscular transmission. (Utrecht Symposium) Am. J. Phys. Med., 38, 190-206 (1959)., 1959


Box 6 2. (257) Nachmansohn, D. Chemical and molecular forces underlying nerve activity. (In memoriam Peter Rona). Drug Research (Arzneim.-Forsch) 10, 387-390 (1960)., 1960


Box 6 3. (255) Longo, V.G., D. Nachmansohn and D. Bovet. Aspects electroencephalographiques de l'antagonism entre le iodomethylate de 2-pyridine aldoxime (PAM) et le methylfluorophosphate disopropyle (Sarin). Arch. Int. pharmacodyn., 123, 282-290 (1960)., 1960


Box 6 4. (245) Rosenberg, P. In vivo reactivation by PAM of brain Biochem. cholinesterase inhibited by Paraoxon. Pharmacol., 3, 212-219 (1960)., 1960


Box 6 5. (256) Hinterbuchner, L.P. and D. Nachmansohn. Electrical activity evoked by a specific chemical reaction. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 44, 554-560 (1960)., 1960


Box 6 6. (247) Whittam, R. and M. Guinnebault. The efflux of pot assium from electroplaques of electric eels. J. Gen. Physiol., 43, 1171-1191 (1960)., 1960


Box 6 7. (248) Whittam, R. and M. Guinnebault. The effect of blocking electrical activity on the efflux of potassium from electroplax. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 45, 336-347 (1960)., 1960


Box 6 8. (251) Nachmansohn, D. The aims of the symposium. In: Molecular Biology. Elementary Processes of Nerve Conduction and Muscle Contraction. (D. Nachmansohn, ed.) Academic Press, New York, pp.xiii-xvi (1960), 1960


Box 6 9. (242) Wilson, I.B. Aspects of the molecular basis of nervous activity. In: Molecular Biology. Elementary Processes of Nerve Conduction and Muscle Contraction (D. Nachmansohn, ed.) Academic Press, New York, pp. 163-171, (1960)., 1960


Box 6 10. (243) Nachmansohn, D. Biochemical basis of nerve activity. In: Radioactive Isotopes in Physiology, Diagnostics and Therapy (H. Schiegk and F. Turba, eds.) Vol. II. Springer Verlag, Heidelberg, 2nd Ed., pp. 229-251 (1961), 1961


Box 6 11. (253) Rosenberg, P., H. Higman, and D. Nachmansohn. An improved isolated single electroplax preparation. I. Effect of compounds acting primarily at the synapses. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 44, 151-160 (1960)., 1960


Box 6 12. (259) Rosenberg, P. and H. Higman. An improved isolated single electroplax preparation. II. Compounds acting on the conducting membrane. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 45, 348-354 (1960)., 1960


Box 6 13. (252) Ehrenpreis, S. Isolation and identification of the acetyl choline receptor protein of electric tissue. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 44, 561-577 (1960)., 1960


Box 6 14. (263) Ehrenpreis, S. and M. G. Kellock. Acetylcholine receptor protein and nerve activity. I. Specific reaction of local anesthetics with the protein. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Comm., 2, 311-315 (1960)., 1960


Box 6 15. (264) Bartels, E., W.D. Dettbarn, H. Higman, and P. Rosenberg. Acetylcholine receptor protein and nerve activity. II. Cationic group in local anesthetics and electrical response. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Comm., 2, 316-319 (1960)., 1960


Box 6 16. (244) Dettbarn, W.D. New evidence for the role of acetyl choline in conduction. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 41, 337-3 and 6 (1960)., 1960


Box 6 17. (267) Nachmansohn, D., S. Ochoa, and F.A. Lipman. Otto Meyerhof 1894-1951, A Biographical Memoir. Nat. Acad. Sci., 34, 153-182 (1960)., 1960


Box 6 18. (249) Dettbarn, W.D. The effect of curare on conduction in myelinated, isolated nerve fibers of the frog. Nature, 186, 891-892 (1960)., 1960


Box 6 19. (260) Dettbarn, W.D., H. Higman, P. Rosenberg, and D. Nachmansohn. Rapid and reversible block of electrical activity by powerful marine biotoxins. Science, 132, 300-301 (1960)., 1960


Box 6 20. (261) Nachmansohn, D. Chemical and molecular aspects of bioelectrogenesis. In: Bioelectrogenesis, Proceedings of the Symposium on Comparative Bioelectrogenesis (C. Chagas and A. Paes de Carvalho, eds.) Elsevier Publ. Co., pp. 237-261 (1961)., 1961


Box 6 21. (262) Dettbarn, W.-D. New evidence for the role of acetyl choline in bioelectrogenesis. In: Bioelectrogenesis, Proceedings of the Symposium on Comparative Bioelectrogenesis (C. Chagas and A. Paes de Carvalho, eds.) Elsevier Publ. Co., pp. 262-287 (1961)., 1961


Box 6 22. (265) Ehrenpreis, S. The isolation and identification of the acetylcholine receptor protein from electric tissue of Electrophorus electricus. In: Bioelectrogenesis, Proceedings of the Symposium on Comparative Bioelectrogenesis (C. Chagas and A. Paes de Carvalho, eds.) Elsevier Publ. Co., pp. 379-396 (1961)., 1961


Box 6 23. (272) Whittam, R. Some effects of electrical activity and depolarizing agents on the efflux of potassium from electroplax of electric eels. In: Bioelectrogenesis, Proceedings of the Symposium on Comparative-Bioelectrogenesis (C. Chagas and A. Paes de Carvalho, eds.) Elsevier Publ. Co. , pp. 166-168 (1961)., 1961


Box 6 24. (266) Ehrenpreis, S. and M.G, Kellock. The interaction of quaternary ammonium compounds with hyaluronic acid. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 45, 525-528 (1960)., 1960


Box 6 25. (254) Ehrenpreis, S. and M.M. Fishman. The interaction, of quaternary ammonium compounds with chondroitin sulfate. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 44, 577-585 (1960)., 1960


Box 6 26. (273) Rosenberg, P. and S. Ehrenpreis. Reversible block of axonal conduction by curare after treatment with cobra venom and a detergent. Nature, 190, 728-729 (1961)., 1961


Box 6 27. (250) Hoskin, F.C.G. A source of error in the use of radioactive substrates for metabolic studies. Arch. Biochem. Biophys., 87, 151-152 (1960)., 1960


Box 6 28. (239) Hoskiu, F.C.G. Intermediate metabolism of electric tissue in relation to function. III. Oxidation of. substrates by tissues of Electrophorus electricus as compared to other vertebrates. Arch. Biochem. Biophys., 85, 141-148 (1959)., 1959


Box 6 29. (246) Hoskin, F.C.G. Effect of inhibitors on the metabolism of specifically labelled glucose by brain. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 40, 309-313 (1960)., 1960


Box 6 30. (268) Hoskin, F.C.G. Chemical stimulation and modifications of glucose metabolism by brain. Arch. Biochem. Biophys., 91, 43-46 (1960)., 1960


Box 6 31. (278) Dettbarn, W.D. and F.C.G. Hoskin. Changes of glucose metabolism during lobster nerve activity. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 50, 568-570 (1961)., 1961


Box 6 32. (280) Harrison, W.H. Enzymic reactions competing with noradrenaline N-methyl transferase. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 50, 202-204 (1961)., 1961


Volume 10: 1961-1963


Box 6 1. (258) Nachmansohn, D. Chapter 21, 522-557. In: Neurochemistry, K.A.C. Elliot, I.H. Page and J.H. Quastel, Edits. Charles C. Thomas, Springfield, 111, 1962., 1962


Box 6 2. (271) Nachmansohn, D. Chapter 15, pp. 701-740. In: Handbuch d. exp. Pharmakologie, Erg., Bd. 15, G. Koelle, Ed. , Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 1963., 1963


Box 6 3. (286) Nachmansohn, D. Chapter 2, pp. 40-45. In: Handbuch d. exp. Pharmakologie, Erg., Bd. 15, G. Koelle, Ed., Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 1963., 1963


Box 6 4. (274) Nachmansohn, D. In: Actualites Neurophysiologiques (Tome HI), A. M. Monnier, Ed., Masson, Paris, pp. 299-337, 1961., 1961


Box 6 5. (269) Nachmansohn, D. Koshtoyants Memorial Volume, 215-228. T.M. Turpajew, Ed., U.S.S.R. Academy of Sciences, Moscow, 1961., 1961


Box 6 6. (283) Higman, H.B., and E. Bartels. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 54, 543-554, 1961., 1961


Box 6 7. (284) Dettbarn, W.D. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 57, 7 3-76, 1962., 1962


Box 6 8. (285) Higman, H.B. and E. Bartels. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 57, 77-82, 1962., 1962


Box 6 9. (294) Hoskin, F.C.G. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 62, 11-16, 1962., 1962


Box 6 10. (295) Rosenberg, P. and T. R. Podleski. J. Pharmacol. and Exptl. Therap. , 137, 249-262, 1962., 1962


Box 6 11. (297) Dettbarn, W.-D., and F.C.G. Hoskin. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 62, 566-573, 1962., 1962


Box 6 12. (298) Greenberg, H. and D. Nachmansohn. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Comm., 7, 186-189, 1962., 1962


Box 6 13. (299) Davis, F.A. and W.D. Dettbarn. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 63, 349-357, 1962., 1962


Box 6 14. (301) Dettbarn, W.D. and F. A. Davis. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 60, 648-650, 1962., 1962


Box 6 15. (302) Podleski, T.R. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 63, 358-354, 1962., 1962


Box 6 16. (303) Bartels, E. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 63, 365-373, 1962., 1962


Box 6 17. (304) Dettbarn, W.D. and P. Rosenberg. Biochem. Pharmacol., 11, 1025-1030, 1962., 1962


Box 6 18. (305) Dettbarn, W.D. and P. Rosenberg. Biochim. Biophys. Act, 65, 362, 1962., 1962


Box 6 19. (306) Rosenberg, P. and W.D. Dettbarn. Biochim. Biophys. Act; 69, 103-114, 1963., 1963


Box 6 20. (276) Rosenberg, P. and Ehrenpreis. Biochem. Pharmacol., 8, 192-206, 1961., 1961


Box 6 21. (290) Dettbarn, W.D. Nature, 194, 1175-1176, 1962., 1962


Box 6 22. (281) Gold, A.M. J. Organic Chem., 26, 3991-3994, 1961., 1961


Box 6 23. (314) Gold, A.M., and D.E. Fahrney. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Comm., 10, 55-59, 1963., 1963


Box 6 24. (282) Nachmansohn, D. Science, 134, 1962-1968, 1961., 1961


Box 6 25. (289) Nachmansohn, D. In: McGraw-Hill Yearbook of Science and Technology, 352-356, 1962., 1962


Box 6 26. (293) Nachmansohn, D. J. Amer. Med. Assoc., 179, No. 8, 639-643, 1962., 1962


Box 6 27. (291) Dettbarn, W.D. and F.A. Davis. Science, 136, 716-717, 196., undated


Box 6 28. (296) Nachmansohn, D. Science, 136, 177-181, 1962., 1962


Box 6 29. (292) Nachmansohn, D. The Yale Scientific Magazine, 36, No. 5, 20-26, 1962., 1962


Box 6 30. (288) Lawler, H.C. J. Biol. Chem., 238, 132-137, 1963., 1963


Box 6 31. (300) Nachmansohn, D. Bull. Soc. Chim. Biol., 45, 29-54, 1963., 1963


Box 6 32. (275) Lawler, H.C. J. Biol. Chem., 236, 2296-2301 (1961)., 1961


Volume 11: 1963-1965


Box 6 1. (328) Nachmansohn, D. Chemical control of ion movements across conducting membranes. In: New Perspectives in Biology, M. Sela, Ed. B.B.A. Library Vol. 4, Elsevier, Amsterdam, 176-204, 1964., 1964


Box 6 2. (324) Nachmansohn, D. The chemical basis of Claude Bernard's observations on curare. Biochem. Zeitschr., 338, 454-473, 1963., 1963


Box 6 3. (338) Nachmansohn, D. Chemical control of bioelectric currents in membranes of conducting cells. Journal of the Mount Sinai Hospital, 3, 549-583, 1964., 1964


Box 6 4. (334) Davis, Floyd A. and D. Nachmansohn. Acetylcholine formation in lobster sensory axons. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 88, 384-389, 1964., 1964


Box 6 5. (313) Rosenberg, P., H.B. Higman and E. Bartels. The active structure of local anesthetics. Effects on electrical and cholinesterase activity. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 66, 406-414, 1963., 1963


Box 6 6. (318) Higman, H.B., T.R. Podleski and E. Bartels. Apparent Dissociation constants between carbamylcholine, d-tubocurarine and the receptor. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 75, 187-193, 1963., 1963


Box 6 7. (319) Podleski, T.R. and E. Bartels. Difference between tetracaine and d-tubocurarine in the competition with carbamylcholine. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 75, 387-396, 1963., 1963


Box 6 8. (326) Higman, H.B., T.R. Podleski and E. Bartels. Correlation of membrane potential and potassium flux in the electroplax of Electrophorus. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 79, 138-150, 1964., 1964


Box 6 9. (331) Bartels, E. and T.R. Podleski. Action of nicotine on the electroplax and difference of potency between ionized and unionized forms. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 79, 511-520, 1964., 1964


Box 6 10. (312) Dettbarn, W.D. and F.A. Davis. Effects of acetylcholine on axonal conduction of lobster nerve. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 66, 397-405, 1963., 1963


Box 6 11. (320) Dettbarn, W.D. Hydrolysis of choline esters in invertebrate nerve fibers. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 77, 430-435, 1963., 1963


Box 6 12. (323) Rosenberg, P., E.A. Mackey, H.B. Higman, and W.D. Dettbarn. Choline acetylase and cholinesterase activity in dendervated electroplax. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 82, 266-275, 1964., 1964


Box 6 13. (330) Dettbarn, W.D. Action of acetylcholine and curare on lobster axons. Life Sciences, 12, 910-916, 1963., 1963


Box 6 14. (332) Dettbarn, W.D., P. Rosenberg and D. Nachmansohn. Restoration by a specific chemical reaction of "irreversibly" blocked axonal electrical activity. Life Sciences, 3, 55-60, 1964., 1964


Box 6 15. (333) Dettbarn, W.D. Distinction between action on acetylcholinesterase and on acetylcholine receptor in axons. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 79, 629-630, 1964., 1964


Box 6 16. (315) Rosenberg, P. and T.R. Podleski. Ability of venoms to render squid axons sensitive to curare and acetylcholine. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 75, 104-115, 1963., 1963


Box 6 17. (316) Rosenberg, P. and K.Y. Ng. Factors in venoms leading to block of axonal conduction by curare. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 75, 116-128, 1963., 1963


Box 6 18. (309) Rosenberg, P. and F.C.G. Hoskin. Demonstration of increased permeability as a factor in the effect of acetylcholine on the electrical activity of venom-treated axons. J. Gen. Physiol., 46, 1065-1073, 1963., 1963


Box 6 19. (329) Hoskin, F.C.G. and P. Rosenberg. Alteration of acetylcholine penetration into, and effects on, venom-treated squid axons by physostigmine and related compounds. J. Gen. Physiol., 47, 1117-1127, 1964., 1964


Box 6 20. (336) Rosenberg, P. and W.D. Dettbarn. Increased cholinesterase activity of intact cells caused by snake venoms. Biochem. Pharmacol., 13, 1157-1165, 1964., 1964


Box 6 21. (307) Hoskin, F.C.G. and C. Von Eschen. Action of arylsulfatase on vitamin K3 disulfate. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 67, 669-671, 1963., 1963


Box 6 22. (327) Lawler, H.C. The preparation of a soluble acetylcholinesterase from brain. Biohcim. Biophys. Acta, 81, 280-288, 1964., 1964


Box 6 23. (321) Hoskin, F.C.G. Stereospecificity in the reactions of acetylcholinesterase. (28354) Proc. Soc. Exptl. Biol, and Med., 113, 320-321, 1963., 1963


Box 6 24. (325) Hoskin, F.C.G. and C. Von Eschen. Stimulation by quinones of initial pentose phosphate pathway steps in soluble brain preparations. Arch. Biochem. Biophys., 103, 111-116, 1963., 1963


Box 6 25. (340) Hoskin, F. C.G. Stimulation of respiration and inhibition of glycolysis in lobster axons by menadione and some related naphthoquinones. Arch. Biochem. and Biophys., 108, 506-509, 1964., 1964


Box 6 26. (310) Harrison, W.H. Detection of intermediate oxidation states of adrenaline and noradrenaline by fluorescence spectrometric analysis. Arch. Biochem. and Biophys., 101, 116-130, 1963., 1963


Box 6 27. (317) Harrison, W.H. Ascorbic acid-induced fluorescence of a noradrenaline oxidation product. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 70, 705-710, 1963., 1963


Box 6 28. (335) Markman, H.D., P. Rosenberg and W.D. Dettbarn. Eyedrops and diarrhea. New England Journal of Medicine, 2, 197-199, 1964., 1964


Box 6 29. (311) Fahrney, D.E. and A.M. Gold. On the problem of the serine -histidine hydrogen bond in the active site of alpha-cnymotrypsin. J. Am. Chem. Soc., 85, 349-350, 1963., 1963


Box 6 30. (308) Fahrney, D.E. and A.M. Gold. Sulfonyl fluorides as inhibitors of esterases. I. Rates of reaction with acetylcholinesterase, alpha-chymotrypsin, and trypsin. J. Am. Chem. Soc., 85, 997-1000, 1963., 1963


Box 6 31. (347) Beychok, S. Effect of ligands on the optical rotatory dispersion of hemoglobin. I. Ferrihemoglobin cyanide, ferrihemoglobin azide, ferrihemoglobin hydroxide, and carbonmonoxyhemoglobm. Biopolymers, 2, 575-584, 1964., 1964


Box 6 32. (348) Beychok, S. and G.D. Fasman. Circular dichroism of poly-L-tyrosine. Biochemistry, 3, 1675-1678, 1964., 1964


Box 6 33. (349) Breslow, E., S. Beychok, K.D. Hardman, and F.R.N. Gurd. Relative conformations of sperm whale metmyoglobin and apomyoglobin in solution. J. Biol. Chem., 240,304-309, 1965., 1965


Volume 12: 1964-1966


Box 6 1. (377) Nachmansohn, D. Chemical control of the permeability cycle in excitable membranes during electrical activity. In: Biological Membranes: Recent Progress. Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci., 137, 877-900, 1966., 1966


Box 6 2. (368) Nachmansohn, D. Chemical control of the permeability cycle in excitable membranes during activity. Israel J. Med. Sci., 1, 1201-1219, 1965., 1965


Box 6 3. (374) Nachmansohn, D. Properties of the acetylcholine receptor protein analyzed on the excitable membrane of the monocellular electroplax preparation. In: Current Aspects of Biochemical Energetics. Academic Press, New York, 1966 (pp. 145-171). Fritz Lipmann Dedicatory Volume., 1966


Box 6 4. (361) Nachmansohn, D. Role of acetylcholine in neuromuscular transmission. Symposium on Myasthenia Gravis. Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci., 135, 136-149, 1966., 1966


Box 6 5. (359) Nachmansohn, D. Chemische Kontrolle des Permeabilitaets-zyklus erregbarer Mernbranen waehrend elektrischer Aktivitaet. In: Nova Acta Leopoldina N.F., 30, 207-233, 1965. (Mothes Festschrift), 1965


Box 6 6. (357) Nachmansohn, D. Chemical forces controlling permeability changes of excitable membranes during electrical activity. In: Nerve as a Tissue, Ed. K. Rodahl. McGraw-Hill, New York, 1966 (pp. 141-161)., 1966


Box 6 7. (337) Nachmansohn, D. Perspectives in research on the molecular basis of nerve activity. In: Molecular Biology: Problems and Perspectives Acad. Sci. of the U.S.S.R., 1964 (pp. 282-303). Anniversary Volume for V.A. Engelhard., 1964


Box 6 8. (373) Hoskin, F.C.G., Philip Rosenberg, and M. Brzin. Re-examination of the effect of DFP on electrical and cholinesterase activity of squid giant axon. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., 55, 1231-1235, 1966., 1966


Box 6 9. (379) Rosenberg, Philip, H. G. Mautner, and D. Nachmansohn. Similarity of effects of oxygen, sulfur, and selenium isologs on the acetylcholine receptor in excitable membranes of junctions and axons. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., 55, 835-838, 1966., 1966


Box 6 10. (388) Podleski, T.R., and D. Nachmansohn. Similarities between active sites of acetylcholine receptor and acetylcholinesterase tested with quinolinium ions. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., 56, 1034-1039, 1966. Dedicated to H. H. Weber., 1966


Box 6 11. (389) Brzin, M. The localization of acetylcholinesterase in axonal membranes of frog nerve fibers. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., 56, 1560-1563, 1966., 1966


Box 6 12. (339) Karlin, A. The association of acetylcholinesterase and membrane in subcellular fractions of the electric tissue of Electrophorus. J. Cell Biol., 25, 159-169, 1965., 1965


Box 6 13. (351) Brzin, M., W.D. Dettbarn, P. Rosenberg, and D. Nachmansohn. Cholinesterase activity per unit surface area of conducting membranes. J. Cell Biol., 26, 353-364, 1965., 1965


Box 6 14. (358) Hoskin, F.C.G. and P. Rosenberg. Penetration of sugars, steroids, amino acids, and other organic compounds into the interior of the squid giant axon. J. Gen. Physiol., 4-9, 47-56, 1965., 1965


Box 6 15. (381) Brzin, M., V.M. Tennyson, and P.E. Duffy. Acetylcholinesterase in frog sympathetic and dorsal root ganglia. A study by electron microscope cytochemistry and microgasornei analysis with the magnetic diver. J. Cell Biol., 31, 215-242, 1966., 1966


Box 6 16. (378) Dettbarn, W.D. and P. Rosenberg. Effect of ions on the efflux of acetylcholine from peripheral nerve. J. Gen. Physiol., 50, 447-460, 1966., 1966


Box 6 17. (341) Dettbarn, W.D., H.B. Higman, E. Bartels, and T. Podleski. Effects of marine toxins on electrical activity and K+ -efflux of excitable membranes. Biochim. Biophys. Acta., 94, 472-478, 1965., 1965


Box 6 18. (343) Webb, G.D. Affinity of benzoquinonium and ambenonium derivatives for the acetylcholine receptor, tested on the electroplax, and for acetylcholinesterase in solution. Biochi. Biophys. Acta, 102, 172-184, 1965., 1965


Box 6 19. (356) Bartels, Eva. Relationship between acetylcholine and local anesthetics. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 109, 194-203, 1965., 1965


Box 6 20. (362) Bartels, Eva, and D. Nachmansohn, Molecular structure determining the action o£ local anesthetics on the acetylcholine receptor. Biochem. Zeitschr., 342, 359-374, 1965., 1965


Box 6 21. (342) Beychok, S. On the problem of isolation of the specific acetylcholine receptor. Biochem. Pharmacol., 14, 1249-1255, 1965., 1965


Box 6 22. (353) Brzin, M., W.D. Dettbarn, and P. Rosenberg. Penetration of neostigmine, physostigmine, and paraoxon into the squid giant axon. Biochem. Pharmacol., 14, 919-924, 1965., 1965


Box 6 23. (364) Rosenberg, P. Effects of venoms on the squid giant axon. Toxicon, 3, 125-131, 1965., 1965


Box 6 24. (367) Prince, A.K. Spectrophotometric study of the acetylcholinesterase-catalyzed hydrolysis of 1-methyl-acetoxyquinoliniurn iodides. Arch. Biochem. Biophys., 113, 195-204, 1966., 1966


Box 6 25. (369) Prince, A.X. A sensitive fluorometric procedure for the determination of small quantities of acetylcholinesterase. Biochem. Pharmacol., 15, 411-417, 1966., 1966


Box 6 26. (370) Koskin, F.C.G. Anaerobic glycolysis in parts of the giant axon of squid. Nature, 210, 856-857, 1966., 1966


Box 6 27. (372) Rosenberg, P., W.D. Dettbarn, and M. Brzin. Acetylcholine and choline acetylase in squid giant axon, ganglia and retina. Nature, 210, 858-859, 1966., 1966


Box 6 28. (382) Webb, G.D., W.D. Dettbarn and M. Brzin. Biochemical and pharmacological aspects of the synapses of the squid stellate ganglion. Biochem. Pharmacol., 15, 1813-1819, 1966., 1966


Box 6 29. (384) Karlin, A. and E. Bartels. Effects of blocking sulfhydryl groups and of reducing disulfide bonds on the acetylcholine-activated permeability system of the electroplax. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 126, 525-535, 1966., 1966


Box 6 30. (365) Mautner, H.G., E. Bartels, and G.D. Webb. Sulfur and selenium isologs related to acetylcholine and choline IV. Activity in the electroplax preparation. Biochem. Pharmacol., 15, 187-193, 1966., 1966


Box 6 31. (383) Webb, G.D., and H.G. Mautner. Sulfur and selenium compounds related to acetylcholine and choline - VI. Effects of homocholine derivatives on the electropiax preparation. Biochem. Pharmacol., 15, 2105-2111, 1966., 1966


Box 6 32. (350) Greenbergs Hanna and D. Nachmansohn. Studies of acid phosphomonoesterases and their inhibition by diisopropylphos-phorofluoridate. J. Biol. Chem., 240, 1639-164-6, 1965., 1965


Box 6 33. (344) Gold, A.M. and D. Fahrney. Sulfonyl fluorides as inhibitors of esterases. II. Formation and reactions of phenylmethane-sulfonyl a-chymotrypsin. Biochemistry, 3, 783-791, 1964., 1964


Volume 13: 1966-1968



Box 7 1. (424) Nachmansohn, D. Proteins in bioelectricity: control of ion movements across excitable membranes. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., 61, 1034-1041, 1968., 1968


Box 7 2. (405) Nachmansohn, D. La membrane excitable. Macromolecules liees a la bioelectrogenese. Bull. Soc. Chim. Biol., Paris, 49, 1177-1189, 1967., 1967


Box 7 3. (406) Nachmansohn, D. Properties and function of macromolecules in excitable membranes. In: Protides of the Biological Fluids, Proceedings of the 15th Colloquium, Bruges 1967, H. Peeters, edit., Elsevier, pp. 79-89, 1967., 1967


Box 7 4. (366) Nachmansohn, D. Chemical control of excitable membranes during electrical activity. In: Proc. Sympos. Biophys. and Physiol, of Biological Transport, Frascati, 1967, Protoplasma, 63, 295-298, 1967., 1967


Box 7 5. (386) Dettbarn, W.D. The acetylcholine system in peripheral nerve. In: Symposium on Cholinergic Mechanism. Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci. , 144, 483-503, 1967., 1967


Box 7 6. (390) Rosenberg, P. Use of venoms in studies on nerve excitation. Mem. Inst. Butantan, Simp. Internac., 33, 477-508, 1966., 1966


Box 7 7. (394) Leuzinger, W. and A.L. Baker. Acetylcholinesterase. I. Large scale purification, homogeneity, amino acid analysis. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., 57, 446-451, 1967., 1967


Box 7 8. (416) Leuzinger, W., A.L. Baker, and E. Cauvin. Acetylcholinesterase. II. Crystallization, absorption spectra, isoionic point. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., 59, 620-623, 1968., 1968


Box 7 9. (389) Brzin, M. The localization of acetylcholinesterase in axonal membranes of frog nerve fibers. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., 56, 1560-1563, 1966., 1966


Box 7 10. (419) Karlin, A. and M. Winnik. Reduction and specific alkylation of the receptor for acetylcholine. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., 60, 668-674, 1968., 1968


Box 7 11. (403) Karlin, A. Permeability and internal concentration of ions during depolarization of the electroplax. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., 58, 1162-1167, 1967., 1967


Box 7 12. (414) Silman, H.I., and A. Karlin. Effect of local pH changes caused by substrate hydrolysis on the activity of membrane-bound acetylcholinesterase. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., 58, 1664-1668, 1967, 1967


Box 7 13. (402) Podleski, T.R. Distinction between the active sites of acetyl-choline-receptor and -esterase. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., 58, 268-273, 1967., 1967


Box 7 14. (411) Changeux, J.P., T.R. Podleski and L. Wofsy. Affinity labeling of the acetylcholine-receptor. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., 58, 2063-2070, 1967., 1967


Box 7 15. (417) Changeux, J.P. and T.R. Podleski. On the excitability and cooperativity of the electroplax membrane. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., 59, 944-950, 1968., 1968


Box 7 16. (401) Karlin, A. On the application of a plausible model of allosteric proteins to the receptor for acetylcholine. J. Theoretical Biol., 16, 306-320, 1967., 1967


Box 7 17. (395) Karlin, A. Chemical distinctions between acetylcholinesterase and the acetylcholine-receptor. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 139, 358-362, 1967., 1967


Box 7 18. (404) Podleski, T.R., and J.P. Changeux. Electrical phenomena associated with the activity of the membrane-bound acetylcholinesterase. Science, 157, 1579-1581, 1967., 1967


Box 7 19. (407) Bartels, E. Reactions of ACh-receptor and -esterase studied on the electroplax. J. Biol. Pharmacol. , 17, 945-966, 1968., 1968


Box 7 20. (393) Rosenberg, P. and H.G. Mautner. Acetylcholine receptor: similarity in axons and junctions. Science, 155, 1569-1571, 1967., 1967


Box 7 21. (387) Brzin, M. and W.D. Dettbarn. Cholinesterase activity of nodal and internodal regions of myelinated nerve fibers of frog. J. Cell Biol., 32, 577-583, 1967., 1967


Box 7 22. (396) Brzin, M., V.M. Tennyson, and P.E. Duffy. Ultrastructural, cytochemical, and microgasometric studies of acetylcholinesterase in isolated neurons of the frog. Int. J. Neuropharmacol., 6, 265-272, 1967., 1967


Box 7 23. (409) Dettbarn, W.D. and E. Bartels. The action of acetylcholine and cholinesterase inhibitors on single axons of the lobster. Biochem. Pharmacol., 17, 1833-1844, 1968., 1968


Box 7 24. (397) Condrea, E., P. Rosenberg and W.D. Dettbarn. Demonstration of phospholipid splitting as the factor responsible for increased permeability and block of axonal conduction induced by snake venom. I. Study on lobster axons. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 135, 669-681, 1967., 1967


Box 7 25. (410) Condrea, E. and P. Rosenberg. Demonstration of phospholipid splitting as the factor responsible for increased permeability and block of axonal conduction induced by snake venom. II. Study on squid axons. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 150, 271-281, 1968, 1968


Box 7 26. (421) Rosenberg, P. and E. Condrea. Maintenance of axonal conduction and membrane permeability in presence of extensive phospholipid splitting. Biochem. Pharmacol., 17, 2033-2044, 1968, 1968


Box 7 27. (412) Martin, R. and P. Rosenberg. Fine structural alterations associated with venom action on squid giant nerve fibers. J. Cell Biol., 36, 341-353, 1968., 1968


Box 7 28. (385) Rosenberg, P. and E. Bartels. Drug effects on the spontaneous electrical activity of the squid axon. J. Pharmacol, and Exptl. Therap., 155, 532-544, 1967., 1967


Box 7 29. (420) Giuditta, A., W.D. Dettbarn and M. Brzin. Protein synthesis in the isolated giant axon of the squid. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., 59, 1284-1287, 1968., 1968


Box 7 30. (408) Hoskin, F.C.G. and C.D. Allerand. Metabolism of specifically labeled glucose by explants of newborn mouse cerebellum. J. Neurochem., 15, 427-432, 1968., 1968


Box 7 31. (398) Hoskin, F.C.G. and P. Rosenberg. Penetration of an organo-phosphorus compound into squid axon and its effect on metabolism and function. Science, 156, 966-967, 1967., 1967


Box 7 32. (399) Duvoisin, R.C. and W.D. Dettbarn. Cerebrospinal fluid acetyl choline in man. Neurology, 17, 1077-1081, 1967., 1967


Volume 14: 1968-1971


Box 7 1. (442) Nachmansohn, D. Proteins in excitable membranes. Science, 168, 1059-1066 (1970)., 1970


Box 7 2. (400) Nachmansohn, D. Proteins in bioelectricity. Acetylcholine -Esterase and -Receptor. In: Handbook of Sensory Physiology. Vol. I. Principles of Receptor Physiology. W.R. Loewenstein, Ed. Springer-Verlag, pp. 18-102 (1971)., 1971


Box 7 3. (425) Silman, H.I. and A. Karlin. Action of antibiotics affecting membrane permeability on the electroplax. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., 61, 674-679 (1968)., 1968


Box 7 4. (429) Changeux, J.P., A. Ryter, W. Leuzinger, P. Barrand and T. Podleski. On the association of tyrocidine with acetylcholinesterase. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., 62, 986-993 (1969)., 1969


Box 7 5. (440) Deal, W.J., B.F. Erlanger and D. Nachmansohn. Photoregulation of biological activity by photochromic reagents. III. Photoregulation of bioelectricity by acetylcholine receptor inhibitors. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., 64, 1230-1234 (1969)., 1969


Box 7 6. (444) Mautner, H.G., and E. Bartels. Interactions of p-nitrobenzene diazonium fluoroborate and analogs with the active sites of acetylcholine-receptor and -esterase. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., 67, 74-78 (1970)., 1970


Box 7 7. (391) Podleski, T.R. Molecular forces acting between ammonium ions and acetylcholine receptor. Biochem. Pharmacol., 18, 211-225 (1969)., 1969


Box 7 8. (427) Hoskin, F.C.G., L.T. Kremzner and P. Rosenberg. Effects of some cholinesterase inhibitors on the squid giant axon - their permeability, detoxication and effects on conduction and acetylcholinesterase activity. Biochem. Pharmacol., 18, 1727-1737 (1969)., 1969


Box 7 9. (428) Bartels, E., M. Brzin and W.D. Dettbarn. Action of acetyl choline in the presence of organophosphates on single axons of the lobster. Biochem. Pharmacol., 18, 2590-2595 (1969)., 1969


Box 7 10. (438) Bartels, E. and D. Nachmansohn. Organophosphate inhibitors of acetylcholine - receptor and -esterase tested on the electroplax. Arch. Biochem. and Biophys., 133, 1-10 (1969)., 1969


Box 7 11. (426) Leuzinger, W., M. Goldberg and E. Cauvin. Molecular properties of acetylcholinesterase. J. Mol. Biol., 40, 217-225 (1969)., 1969


Box 7 12. (434) Silman, I. and A. Karli: Acetylcholine receptor: covalent attachment of depolarizing groups at the active site. Science, 164, 1420-1421 (1969)., 1969


Box 7 13. (430) Nachmansohn, D. Proteins of excitable membranes. J. Gen. Physiol., 54, 187s-224s (1969)., 1969


Box 7 14. (437) Nachmansohn, D. Proteins in bioelectricity. In: Protein Metabolism of the Nervous System. A. Lajtha, Ed., Plenum Press, New York, pp. 313-333 (1970)., 1970


Box 7 15. (436) Leuzinger, W. Structure and function of acetylcholinesterase. In: Progress in Brain Research – Vol. 21 – Mechanism of Synaptic Transmission. K. Akert and P.G. Waser, Eds. Elsevier, Amsterdam, pp. 241-245 (1969)., 1969


Volume 15: 1971-1976


Box 7 1. (467) Nachmansohn, D. (1976) The transduction of chemical into electrical energy. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA 73, 82-85., 1976


Box 7 2. (450) Nachmansohn, D. (1972) Biochemistry as Part of my Life. In: Annual Review of Biochemistry, Prefatory Chapter, pp. 1-28., 1972


Box 7 3. (457) Neumann, E., Nachmansohn, D. and Katchalsky, A. (1973) An attempt at an integral interpretation of nerve excitability. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. , USA 70, 727-731., 1973


Box 7 4. (459) Nachmansohn., D. and Neumann, E. (1974) Properties and function of proteins in excitable membranes. An integral model of nerve excitability. Ann. N.Y. Acad, Sci. , 227, 275-284., 1974


Box 7 5. (466) Nachmansohn, D. Biochemical Foundation of an integral model of nerve excitability. 25. Mosbacher Colloquium der Gesellschaft fuer Biologische Chemie, 25.-27. April 1974. In: Biochemistry of Sensory Function (L. Jaenicke, ed.). Springer-Verlag, Berlin-Heidelberg-New York, pp. 431-464., 1974


Box 7 6. (462) Chang, H.W. (1974) Purification and characterization of acetylcholine-receptor-I from Electrophorus electricus. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., USA, 71, 2113-2117., 1974


Box 7 7. (460) Nachmansohn, D. (1973) Proprietes et fonction des proteines dans les membranes excitables; un modele integral de l'excitabilite nerveuse. C.R. de la Soc. Chim. Biol., 55, 365-376., 1973


Box 7 8. (451) Nachmansohn, D. (1971) Chemical events in conducting and synaptic membranes during electrical activity. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., USA, 68, 3170-3174., 1971


Box 7 9. (447) Nachmansohn, D. (1973) The neuromuscular junction. The role of acetylcholine in excitable membranes. In: The Structure and Function of Muscle, Vol. Ill, Physiology and Biochemistry (Geoffrey H. Bourne, ed.) Academic Press, New York, pp. 32-117., 1973


Box 7 10. (456) Nachmansohn, D. (1973) Importance of structure and organization for the chemical reactions in excitable membranes. In: Central Nervous System - Studies on Metabolic Regulation and Function (E. Genazzani and H. Herken, eds.) Springer-Verlag, Berlin-Heidelberg-New York, pp. 121-137., 1973


Box 7 11. (448) Bartels, E., Wassermann, N.H. and Erlanger, B.F. (1971) Photochromic activators of the acetylcholine receptor. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., USA, 68, 1820-1823., 1971


Box 7 12. (452) Rosenberry, T.L., Chang, H.W. and Chen, Y.T. (1972) Purifi cation of acetylcholinesterase by affinity chromatography and determination of active site stoichiometry. J. Biol. Chem., 247, 1555-1565, 1972


Box 7 13. (461) Chen, Y.T., Rosenberry, T.L., and Chang, H.W. (1974) Subunit heterogeneity of acetylcholinesterase. Arch. Biochem. Biophys., 161, 479-487., 1974


Box 7 14. (463) Rosenberry, T.L., Chen, Y.T., and Bock, E. (1974) Structure of II S acetylcholinesterase. Subunit composition. Biochemistry, 13, 3068-3079., 1974


Box 7 15. (445) Bartels, E. (1971) Depolarization of electroplax membrane in calcium-free Ringer's solution. J. Membrane Biol., 5, 121-132., 1971


Box 7 16. (449) Bartels, E. and Rosenberry, T.L. (1971) Snake neurotoxins: effect of disulfide reduction on interaction with electroplax. Science, 174, 1236-1237., 1971


Box 7 17. (453) Bartels, E. and Rosenberg, P. (1972) Correlation between electrical activity and splitting of phospholipids by snake venom in the single electroplax. J. Neurochem., 19, 1251-1265., 1972


Box 7 18. (455) Bartels, E. and Rosenberry, T.L. (1973) Modification of electroplax excitability by veratridine. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 298, 973-985., 1973


Box 7 19. (458) Nachmansohn, D. (1973) Organophosphate insecticides: an alternative to DDT. Rehovot, 7, 4-6., 1973


Box 7 20. (454) Del Castillo, J., Bartels, E., and Sobrino, J.A. (1972) Microelectrophoretic application of cholinergic compounds, protein oxidizing agents and mercurials to the chemically excitable membrane of the electroplax. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., USA 69, 2081-2085., 1972

III. Awards and Memorabilia



Box 8 Awards, Certificates, and Honors



Box 9 Awards, Certificates, Honors, Medals, Photographs, and Scrolls


Box 9 (1) folder containing documents related to Dr. Nachmansohn's degrees.



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