Herbert Spencer Gasser
Herbert Spencer Gasser Herbert Spencer Gasser - Nobel Laureate

Herbert Spencer Gasser was awarded the 1944 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for researches on differentiated functions of nerve fibres.

Articles:

  1. Axon diameters in relation to the spike dimensions and the conduction velocity in mammalian a fibers 
    American Journal of Physiology August 31, 1939 : 393-414

  2. Properties of mammalian nerve fibers of slowest conduction
    American Journal of Physiology July 31, 1938 : 307-318

  3. Properties of the nerve fibers of slowest conduction in the frog
    American Journal of Physiology July 31, 1938 : 299-306

  4. The action potential in fibers of slow conduction in spinal roots and somatic nerves 
    American Journal of Physiology February 1, 1930 : 43-82

  5. The role played by the sizes of the constituent fibers of a nerve trunk in determining the form of its action potential wave
    American Journal of Physiology May 1, 1927 : 522-547

  6. The action potential waves transmitted between the sciatic nerve and its spinal roots
    American Journal of Physiology November 1, 1926 : 574-591

  7. Distortion of action potentials as recorded from the nerve surface
    American Journal of Physiology November 1, 1926 : 592-609

  8. Experimental analysis of the simple action potential wave in nerve by the cathode ray oscillograph 
    American Journal of Physiology November 1, 1926 : 537-573

  9. The nature of conduction of an impulse in the relatively refractory period
    American Journal of Physiology August 1, 1925 : 613-635

  10. The compound nature of the action current of nerve as disclosed by the cathode ray oscillograph 
    American Journal of Physiology November 1, 1924 : 624-666

  11. A study of the action currents of nerve with the cathode ray oscillograph 
    American Journal of Physiology November 1, 1922 : 496-524

  12. Physiological action currents in the phrenic nerve. an application of the thermionic vacuum tube to nerve physiology
    American Journal of Physiology August 1, 1921 : 1-26

  13. The significance of prothrombin and of free and combined thrombin in blood-serum
    American Journal of Physiology February 1, 1917 : 378-394

  14. A study of the mechanisms by which muscular exercise produces acceleration of the heart
    American Journal of Physiology April 1, 1914 : 48-71

  15. The effect of chemical products of muscular activity on the frequency and force of the heart beat
    American Journal of Physiology February 2, 1914 : 301-312

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