Edward Calvin Kendall
Edward Calvin Kendall Edward Calvin Kendall - Nobel Laureate

Edward Calvin Kendall was awarded the 1950 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for research on adrenal cortex hormones, their structure and biological effects.

Articles:

  1. The effect of adrenal steroids in water intoxication
    American Journal of Physiology December 31, 1941 : 378-382

  2. Weights of adrenal glands in rats fed different amounts of sodium and potassium
    American Journal of Physiology May 31, 1938 : 585-588

  3. The effect of cortin on the concentrations of some constituents of the blood of adrenalectomized rats
    American Journal of Physiology January 31, 1937 : 302-308

  4. Maintenance of adrenalectomized dogs without cortin, through control of the mineral constituents of the diet
    American Journal of Physiology December 31, 1936 : 87-94

  5. Survival of the adrenalectomized nephrectomized rat
    American Journal of Physiology September 30, 1936 : 200-202

  6. Vitamin c and the adrenal cortical hormone
    American Journal of Physiology May 31, 1936 : 187-193

  7. The relation of the suprarenal cortical hormone to nitrogen metabolism in experimental hyperthyroidism
    American Journal of Physiology September 30, 1935 : 335-349


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