Joseph Erlanger
Joseph Erlanger Joseph Erlanger - Nobel Laureate 

Joseph Erlanger was awarded the 1944 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for  researches on differentiated functions of nerve fibres.

Articles:

  1. Observations on the local response in single medullated nerve fibers
    American Journal of Physiology September 30, 1951 : 134-146

  2. Relation between spike height and polarizing current in single medullated nerve fibers 
    American Journal of Physiology November 1, 1949 : 217-232

  3. A study of serve degeneratiox and regeneration
    American Journal of Physiology November 1, 1946 : 550-581

  4. The action of temperature on the excitability, spike height and coxfiguration, and the refractory period observed in the responses of single medullated nerve fibers 
    American Journal of Physiology October 31, 1941 : 694-704

  5. A study of the spontaneous oscillations in the excitability of nerve fibers, with special reference to the action of strychnine 
    American Journal of Physiology October 31, 1941 : 705-718

  6. Interaction of medullated fibers of a nerve tested with electric shocks
    American Journal of Physiology November 30, 1940 : 483-493

  7. Facilitation and difficilitation effected by nerve impulses in peripheral fibers
    Journal of Neurophysiology Published 1 March 1940 Vol. 3 no. 2, 107-127

  8. The initiation of impulses in axons
    Journal of Neurophysiology Published 1 September 1939 Vol. 2 no. 5, 370-379

  9. Propagation, and extension of excitatory effects, of the nerve action potential across nonresponding internodes 
    American Journal of Physiology April 30, 1939 : 97-108

  10. The action of isotonic, salt-free solutions on conduction in medullated nerve fibers
    American Journal of Physiology October 31, 1938 : 341-359

    Comparative observations on motor and sensory fibers with special reference to repetitiousness
    American Journal of Physiology January 31, 1938 : 431-453

  11. Temporal summation in peripheral nerve fibers
    American Journal of Physiology September 30, 1936 : 355-365

  12. Observations on repetitive responses in axons
    American Journal of Physiology December 31, 1935 : 309-316

  13. On the process of excitation by brief shocks in axons 
    American Journal of Physiology December 31, 1935 : 309-316

  14. On excitation and depression in axons at the cathode of the constant current
    American Journal of Physiology December 31, 1935 : 317-327

  15. Manifestations of segmentation in myelinated axons
    American Journal of Physiology November 30, 1934 : 287-311

  16. A comparison through e. a. from the department oj of the characteristics of axons their individual electrical responses
    American Journal of Physiology November 30, 1933 : 524-564

  17. The configuration of axon and “simple” nerve action potentials 
    American Journal of Physiology November 30, 1933 : 565-570

  18. On the effects of polarization of nerve fibers by extrinsic action potentials
    American Journal of Physiology July 31, 1932 : 559-564

  19. The irritability changes in nerve in response to subthreshold constant currents, and related phenomena
    American Journal of Physiology December 1, 1931 : 108-128

  20. The irritability changes in nerve in response to subthreshold induction shocks, and related phenomena including the relatively refractory phase
    American Journal of Physiology December 1, 1931 : 108-128

  21. The ending of the axon action potential, and its relation to other events in nerve activity
    American Journal of Physiology August 1, 1930 : 247-277

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

  23. The role of fiber size in the establishment of a nerve block by pressure or cocaine
    American Journal of Physiology May 1, 1929 : 581-591

  24. Directional differences in the conduction of the impulse through heart muscle and their possible relation to extrasystolic and fibrillary contractions
    American Journal of Physiology December 1, 1928 : 326-347

  25. The interpretation of the action potential in cutaneous and muscle nerves
    American Journal of Physiology November 1, 1927 : 644-655

  26. 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

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

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

  29. The effects of polarization upon the activity of vertebrate nerve
    American Journal of Physiology November 1, 1926 : 630-657

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

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

  32. 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

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

  34. Blood volume and its regulation
    Physiological Reviews Published 1 April 1921 Vol. 1 no. 2, 177-207

  35. Studies in blood pressure estimation by indirect methods 
    III. The movements in the artery under compression during blood pressure determinations 
    American Journal of Physiology February 1, 1921 : 84

  36. The effect on the composition of the blood of maintaining an increased blood volume by the intravenous injection of a hypertonic solution of gum acacia and glucose in normal, asphyxiated and shocked dogs  
    American Journal of Physiology November 1, 1920 : 1-29

  37. Studies in secondary traumatic shock V. Restoration of the plasma volume and of the alkali reserve
    American Journal of Physiology October 1, 1919 : 104-118

  38. Studies in secondary traumatic shock VII. Note on the action of hypertonic gum acacia and glucose after hemorrhage
    American Journal of Physiology October 1, 1919 : 149-156

  39. Studies in secondary traumatic shock IV. The blood volume changes and the effect of gum acacia on their development 
    American Journal of Physiology October 1, 1919 : 31-53

  40. Studies in secondary traumatic shock VI. Statistical trauma secondary traumatic shock study of the treatment of measured with solutions of gum acacia and crystalloids
    American Journal of Physiology October 1, 1919 

  41. Studies in secondary traumatic shock III. Circulatory failure due to adrenaline
    American Journal of Physiology August 1, 1919 : 345-376

  42. Studies in secondary traumatic shock II. Shock due to mechanical limitation of blood flow 
    American Journal of Physiology July 1, 1919 : 151-173

  43. Studies in secondary traumatic shock I. The circulation in shock after abdominal injuries
    American Journal of Physiology June 1, 1919 : 90-116

  44. Studies in blood pressure estimation by indirect methods II. The mechanism of the compression sounds of korothoff
    American Journal of Physiology March 1, 1916 : 82-125

  45. Studies in blood pressure estimation by indirect methods I. The mechanism of the oscillatory criteria
    American Journal of Physiology February 1, 1916 : 401-446

  46. Faradic stimuli: A physical and psychological study
    American Journal of Physiology November 1, 1914 : 377-47

  47. Observations on the physiology of purkinje tissue
    American Journal of Physiology August 1, 1912 : 395-419

  48. Observations on auricular strips of the cat’s heart
    American Journal of Physiology November 1, 1910 : 87-118

  49. Can functional union be re-established between the mammalian auricles and ventricles after destruction of a segment of the auriculo-ventricular bundle?
    American Journal of Physiology July 1, 1909 : 375-383

  50. A study of relative rhythmicity and conductivity in various regions of the auricles of the mammalian heart.
    American Journal of Physiology June 1, 1907 : 125-174

  51. Further studies on the physiology of heart block: The effects of extra systoles upon the dog’s heart and upon strips of terrapin’s ventricle in the various stages of block
    American Journal of Physiology May 1, 1906 : 160-187

  52. Further studies on the physiology of heart-block in mammals
    American Journal of Physiology January 1, 1906 : 153-206

  53. On the union of a spinal nerve with the vagus nerve.
    American Journal of Physiology June 1, 1905 : 372-395

  54. A study of the metabolism in dogs with shortened small intestines.
    American Journal of Physiology September 1, 1901 : 1-30

From: 
Email:  
To: 
Email:  
Subject: 
Message:

~/Custom.Templates/Category2ColumnsResources.aspx