George H. Whipple
George H Whipple George H. Whipple - Nobel Laureate

George H. Whipple was awarded the 1934 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for discoveries concerning liver treatment for anemia.

Articles:
  1. Hemoglobin production increases with severity of anemia
    American Journal of Physiology August 31, 1941 : 263-267

  2. Plasma proteins: their source, production and utilization
    Physiological Reviews Published 1 April 1940 Vol. 20 no. 2, 194-217 

  3. Hemoglobin production factors in the liver
    American Journal of Physiology April 30, 1939 : 142-147

  4. The life cycle of the red blood cell in the dog
    American Journal of Physiology April 30, 1938 : 418-427

  5. Lactoflavin (riboflavin) increases hemoglobin production in the anemic dog
    American Journal of Physiology March 31, 1938 : 154-159

  6. Control basal diets in anemic dogs
    American Journal of Physiology April 30, 1936 : 651-661

  7. Blood regeneration in severe anemia
    American Journal of Physiology September 30, 1935 : 467-475

  8. Reserve store of hemoglobin producing substances in growing dogs as influenced by diet
    American Journal of Physiology April 30, 1935 : 27-32

  9. Hemoglobin production factors in the anemic horse liver
    American Journal of Physiology April 30, 1934 : 270-278

  10. Hemoglobin production factors in normal livers of domestic animals
    American Journal of Physiology April 30, 1934 : 279-284

  11. Bone marrow volume in adult dogs
    American Journal of Physiology April 30, 1933 : 352-357

  12. I. Bile pigment and hemoglobin interrelation in normal dogs
    American Journal of Physiology February 1, 1931 : 449-462

  13. II. Bile pigment and hemoglobin interrelation in anemic dogs
    American Journal of Physiology February 1, 1931 : 463-476

  14. Blood regeneration in severe anemia: XVII. Influence of manganese, zinc, copper, aluminum, iodine and phosphates
    American Journal of Physiology March 1, 1930 : 378-387

  15. Blood regeneration in severe anemia: XIX. Influence of spinach, cabbage, onions and orange juice
    American Journal of Physiology March 1, 1930 : 400-407

  16. Blood regeneration in severe anemia: XVI. Optimum iron therapy and salt effect
    American Journal of Physiology March 1, 1930 : 362-377

  17. Blood regeneration in severe anemia: XX. Conservation of sheep and goose hemoglobin given intravenously to form dog hemoglobin
    American Journal of Physiology March 1, 1930 : 408-413

  18. Blood regeneration in severe anemia XVIII. Influence of liver and blood sausage, veal, eggs, chicken and gelatina
    American Journal of Physiology March 1, 1930 : 388-399

  19. Various hemoglobins and their renal thresholds in the dog
    American Journal of Physiology April 1, 1929 : 420-431

  20. Muscle hemoglobin concentration during growth as influenced by diet factors
    American Journal of Physiology November 1, 1928 : 185-191

  21. The hemoglobin of smooth and striated muscle of the fowl
    American Journal of Physiology November 1, 1928 : 192-195

  22. Blood regeneration in severe anemia: X. Assimilation and conservation of bile pigment, blood hemoglobin and muscle hemoglobin
    American Journal of Physiology December 1, 1927 : 60-75

  23. Blood regeneration in severe anemlal XI. Iron effect separated from organ effect in diet
    American Journal of Physiology December 1, 1927 : 76-83

  24. Blood regeneration in severe anemia IX. Influence of fresh and dried fruits
    American Journal of Physiology April 1, 1927 : 400-410

  25. Blood regeneration in severe anemia VIII. Influence of bone marrow, spleen, brains and pancreas feeding. The question of organic iron in the diet.
    American Journal of Physiology April 1, 1927 : 391-399

  26. Blood regeneration in severe anemia VI. Influence of kidney, chicken and fish livers, and whole fish.
    American Journal of Physiology January 1, 1927 : 271-279

  27. Blood regeneration in severe anemia V. Influence of striated and smooth muscle feeding
    American Journal of Physiology January 1, 1927 : 260-270

  28. Blood regeneration in severe anemia VII. Influence of dairy products on hemoglobin production
    American Journal of Physiology January 1, 1927 : 280-288

  29. III. Muscle hemoglobin as a source of bile pigment
    American Journal of Physiology November 1, 1926 : 675-682

  30. The hemoglobin of striated muscle II. Variations due to anemia and paralysis
    American Journal of Physiology May 1, 1926 : 708-714

  31. The hemoglobin of striated muscle I. Variations due to age and exercise
    American Journal of Physiology May 1, 1926 : 693-707

  32. The identity of muscle hemoglobin and blood hemoglobin
    American Journal of Physiology May 1, 1926 : 685-692

  33. Blood regeneration in severe anemia III. Iron reaction favorable-arsenic and germanium dioxide almost inert
    American Journal of Physiology May 1, 1925 : 419-430

  34. Blood regeneration in severe anemia II. Favorable influence of liver, heart and skeletal muscle in diet
    American Journal of Physiology May 1, 1925 : 408-418

  35. Blood regeneration in severe anemia IV. Green vegetable feeding
    American Journal of Physiology May 1, 1925 : 431-435

  36. Blood regeneration in severe anemia I. Standard basal ration bread and experimental methods
    American Journal of Physiology May 1, 1925 : 395-407

  37. The origin and significance of the constituents of the bile
    American Journal of Physiology Physiological Reviews Published 1 July 1922 Vol. 2 no. 3, 440-459

  38. I. Determination of plasma and hemoglobin volumes after unit hemorrhages under controlled experimental conditions
    American Journal of Physiology June 1, 1922 : 138-148

  39. II. Simultaneous determinations of plasma and hemoglobin volumes
    American Journal of Physiology June 1, 1922 : 149-158

  40. Variations in output of bile salts and pigments during 24-hour periods
    American Journal of Physiology March 1, 1922 : 119-133

  41. Blood fibrin studies IV; Fibrin values influenced by cell injury, inflammation, intoxication, liver injury and the eck fistula Notes concerning the origin of fibrinogen in the body
    American Journal of Physiology January 1, 1922 : 407-431

  42. Blood fibrin studies I. An accurate method for the quantitative analysis of blood fibrin in small amounts of blood
    American Journal of Physiology January 1, 1922 : 365-378

  43. Blood fibrin studies II. Normal fibrin values and the influence of diet
    American Journal of Physiology January 1, 1922 : 379-392

  44. Blood fibrin studies III. Fibrin values influenced by transfusion, hemorrhage, plasma depletion and blood pressure changes
    American Journal of Physiology January 1, 1922 : 393-406

  45. Blood volume studies V. The carbon monoxide method-its accuracy and limitations
    American Journal of Physiology June 1, 1921 : 313-327

  46. Blood volume studies VI. Plasma volume as determined by hemoglobin injection
    American Journal of Physiology June 1, 1921 : 328-335

  47. Blood volume studies VII. Comparative values of welcker, carbon monoxide and dye methods for blood volume determinations. Accurate estimation of absolute blood volume
    American Journal of Physiology June 1, 1921 : 336-360

  48. Blood regeneration following simple anemia II. Fasting compared with sugar feeding analysis of II "Sparing action of carbohydrates”
    American Journal of Physiology September 1, 1920 : 167-205

  49. Blood regeneration following simple anemia I. Mixed diet reaction
    American Journal of Physiology September 1, 1920 : 151-166

  50. Blood regeneration following simple anemia V. The influence of blaud's pills and hemoglobin
    American Journal of Physiology September 1, 1920 : 263-282

  51. Blood regeneration following simple anemia III. Influence of bread and milk, crackermeal, rice and potato, casein and gliadin in varying amounts and combinations
    American Journal of Physiology September 1, 1920 : 206-235

  52. Blood regeneration following simple anemia IV. Influence of meat, liver and various extractives, alone or combined with standard diets
    American Journal of Physiology September 1, 1920 : 236-262

  53. I. Rapid blood plasma protein depletion and the curve of regeneration 
    American Journal of Physiology May 1, 1920 : 54-71

  54. II. Shock as a manifestation of tissue injury following rapid plasma protein depletion
    American Journal of Physiology May 1, 1920 : 72-100

  55. III. Factors concerned in the perfusion of living organs and tissues
    American Journal of Physiology May 1, 1920 : 101-120

  56. I. Experimental control of a dye blood volume method
    American Journal of Physiology March 1, 1920 : 205-220

  57. Blood volume studies III. Behavior of large series of dyes introduced into the circulating blood
    American Journal of Physiology March 1, 1920 : 232-256

  58. Regeneration of blood serum protein II. Influence of diet upon curve of protein regeneration following plasma depletion
    American Journal of Physiology December 1, 1918 : 370-378

  59. Regeneration of blood serum proteins III. Liver injury. alone: liver injury and plasma depletion: The eck fistula combined with plasma depletion
    American Journal of Physiology December 1, 1918 : 379-392

  60. Regeneration of blood serum proteins I. Influence of fasting upon curve of protein regeneration following plasma depletion
    American Journal of Physiology December 1, 1918 : 356-369

  61. Bile pigment metabolism IX. Bile pigment output influenced by hemoglobin injection in the combined eck-bile fistula dog
    American Journal of Physiology May 1, 1917 : 290-297

  62. Bile pigment metabolism VII. Bile pigment output influenced by hemoglobin injections, anemia and blood regeneration
    American Journal of Physiology May 1, 1917 : 258-274

  63. Bile pigment metabolism VIII. Bile pigment output influenced by hemoglobin injection; splenectomy and anemia
    American Journal of Physiology May 1, 1917 : 275-289

  64. Bile pigment metabolism VI. Bile pigment output influenced by the eck fistula
    American Journal of Physiology March 1, 1917 : 544-557

  65. Bile pigment metabolism IV. Influence of fresh bile feeding upon whole bile and bile pigment secretion
    American Journal of Physiology January 1, 1917 : 264-279

  66. Bile pigment metabolism III. Bile pigment output and blood feeding
    American Journal of Physiology January 1, 1917 : 256-263

  67. Bile pigment metabolism II. Bile pigment output influenced by diet
    American Journal of Physiology January 1, 1917 : 349-358

  68. Bile pigment metabolism I. Bile pigment output and diet studies
    American Journal of Physiology April 1, 1916 : 332-348

  69. Fibrinogen I. An investigation concerning its origin and destruction in the body
    American Journal of Physiology January 1, 1914 : 50-69

  70. The nucleoproteid of the suprarenal gland
    American Journal of Physiology September 1, 1902 : 423-434

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