Henry Hallett Dale

Sir Henry Hallett Dale OM GBE PRS[2] (9 Juin 1875 – 23 Julie 1968) wis an Inglis pharmacologist an pheesiologist.[3] For his study o acetylcholine as augent in the chemical transmission o nerve impulses (neurotransmission) he shared the 1936 Nobel Prize in Pheesiology or Medicine wi Otto Loewi.[4][5][6][7][8]

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Sir Henry Dale

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BornHenry Hallett Dale
9 Juin 1875(1875-06-09)
Islington, Middlesex, Ingland
Died23 Julie 1968(1968-07-23) (aged 93)
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, Ingland
NaitionalityUnitit Kinrick
EddicationTollington School
The Leys School
Alma mater
Kent for
Scientific career


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  3. Tansey, Elizabeth M. (1990). The early scientific career of Sir Henry Dale FRS (1875-1968). ucl.ac.uk (PhD thesis). University of London. OCLC 556469190. EThOS uk.bl.ethos.294137.
  4. Halpern, B. (1969). "Obituary notice: Henry Hallet Dale". Revue francaise d'allergologie. 9 (2): 117–119. doi:10.1016/s0370-4688(69)80008-6. PMID 4896522.
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  7. Abigail O'Sullivan: Henry Dale's Nobel Prize winning 'discovery'. Minerva, 2001; 38: 409–424.[ISBN missin]
  8. Sabbatini, R.M.E.: Neurons and synapses. The history of its discovery. IV. Chemical transmission. Brain & Mind, 2004.