J.J.R. Macleod
JJR Macleod J.J.R. Macleod - Nobel Laureate

J.J.R. Macleod was awarded the 1923 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for discovery of insulin.

Articles:

  1. Influence of insulin on liver and muscle glycogen in the rat under varying nutritional conditions
    American Journal of Physiology

  2. Observations on depancreatised dogs before and after the withdraw of insulin
    American Journal of Physiology June 11, 1925

  3. Further experiments on the action of insulin
    American Journal of Physiology March 6, 1925

  4. The sugar of arterial and venous blood during the action of insulin
    American Journal of Physiology May 15, 1924

  5. Insulin
    Physiological Reviews Published 1 January 1924 Vol. 4 no. 1, 21-68

  6. Insulin and glycolysis
    American Journal of Physiology May 14, 1923

  7. The influence of sugars and other substances on the toxic effects of insulin
    American Journal of Physiology January 30, 1923

  8. The physiological assay of insulin based on its effects of the hyperglycemia following glucose injections and epinephrin
    American Journal of Physiology December 27, 1922

  9. The effects of insulin on experimental hyperglycemia in rabbits
    American Journal of Physiology August 23, 1922

  10. The effect of pancreatic extract (insulin) on normal rabbits
    American Journal of PhysiologyJuly 7, 1922

  11. The relationship between nervous and hormone control of the respiratory center
    American Journal of PhysiologyNovember 23, 1921

  12. The sugar of the blood
    Physiological Reviews Published 1 April 1921 Vol. 1 no. 2, 208-238

  13. Periodic breathing and the effects of oxygen administration in decerebrate cats
    American Journal of Physiology September 30, 1920

  14. Some observations on the effects of anoxemia on the respiratory center in decerebrate animals
    The American Journal of Physiology, Vol. 55 No. 2 March 1, 1921

  15. The concentration of lactic acid in the blood in anoxemia and shock
    American Journal of Physiology September 30, 1920

  16. The influence of alkali administration on the urinary excretion of lactic acid, and the possible significance of the latter in maintaining neutrality the body
    American Journal of Physiology July 30, 1918

  17. Lactic acid production in the blood following the injection of alkaline solutions of dextrose or of alkaline solutions alone
    American Journal of Physiology November 27, 1916

  18. Retention of dextrose by the liver and muscles and the influence of acids and alkalies on the dextrose concentration of the blood
    American Journal of Physiology October 17, 1916

  19. Evidence that the active principle of the retroperitoneal chromaphil tissue has the same physiological action as the active principle of the suprarenal glands
    American Journal of Physiology January 19, 1916

  20. The level of the blood-sugar in the dog under laboratory conditions
    American Journal of Physiology August 21, 1915

  21. The sugar retaining power of the liver in relationship to the amount of glycogen already present in the organ
    American Journal of Physiology August 21, 1915

  22. The ouflow of blood from the liver as affected by variations in the condition of the portal vein and hepatic artery
    American Journal of Physiology June 11, 1914

  23. Further observations of the rate at which sugar disappears from the blood of eviscerated animals
    American Journal of Physiology 
  24. Studies in experimental glycosuria - vii. The Relationship of the adrenal glands to sugar production of the liver
    American Journal of Physiology March 1, 1912 : 419-435

  25. Studies in experimental glycosuria - vii. The amount of glycogenase int he liver and in the blood issuing from it, as affected by stimulation of the great splanchnic nerve
    American Journal of Physiology October 2, 1911 : 403-421

  26. Studies in experimental glycosuria - vi. The distribution of glycogen over the liver under various conditions. Post Mortem glycogenolysis.
    American Journal of Physiology February 1, 1911 : 341-365

  27. Studies in experimental glycosuria - v. The distribution of glycogenolytic ferment in the animal body, especially of the dog.
    American Journal of Physiology January 1, 1910 : 255-291

  28. Studies in experimental glycosuria - iv. The cause of the hyperglycaemia produced by asphyxia.
    American Journal of Physiology January 1, 1909 : 278-302

  29. Studies in experimental glycosuria.—no. iii the influence of stimulation of the great splanchnic nerve on the rate of disappearance of glycogen from the liver, deprived of its portal blood supply or of both its portal and systemic blood supplies
    American Journal of Physiology August 1, 1908 : 397-409

  30. Studies in experimental glycosuria.—ii. some experiments bearing on the nature of the glycogenolytic fibres in the great splanchnic nerve
    American Journal of Physiology August 1, 1908 : 373-396

  31. Studies in experimental glycosuria.—i. on the existence of afferent and efferent nerve fibres, controlling the amount of sugar in the blood
    American Journal of Physiology August 1, 1907 : 388-407

  32. The effect of expressed tissue juices of muscle on the mammalian heart beat
    American Journal of Physiology Vol. XVIII. February 1, 1907 : 426-435

  33. Observations on the excretion of carbon dioxide gas and the rectal temperature of rats kept in a warm atmosphere which was either very moist or very dry
    American Journal of Physiology February 1, 1907 : 1-13

  34. The quantitative estimation of carbamates
    American Journal of Physiology January 2, 1905 : 444-456







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