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  1. Cortisone: Memoirs of a Hormone Hunter by Edward Calvin Kendall, 1971-02
  2. Isolation in crystalline form of the hormone essential to life from the suprarenal cortex: Its chemical nature & physiologic properties by Edward Calvin Kendall, 1934
  3. Guide to Federal Grants and Financial Aid: For Individuals and Nonprofit Organizations by Calvin W. Fenton, 1985-12

21. Edward Kendall Definition Of Edward Kendall In The Free Online Encyclopedia.
Kendall, Edward Calvin, 1886–1972, American biochemist, b. South Norwalk, Conn., grad. Columbia (B.S., 1908; Ph.D., 1910). At St. Luke's Hospital, New York City, he did
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22. Edward Calvin Kendall — FactMonster.com
Encyclopedia Kendall, Edward Calvin. Kendall, Edward Calvin, 1886 – 1972, American biochemist, b. South Norwalk, Conn., grad. Columbia (B.S., 1908; Ph.D., 1910).
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23. Kendall, Edward Calvin
Kendall, Edward Calvin (b. March 8, 1886, South Norwalk, Conn., U.S.d. May 4, 1972, Princeton, N.J.), American chemist who, with Philip S. Hench and Tadeus Reichstein, won
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(b. March 8, 1886, South Norwalk, Conn., U.S.d. May 4, 1972, Princeton, N.J.), American chemist who, with Philip S. Hench and Tadeus Reichstein, won the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine in 1950 for research on the structure and biological effects of adrenal cortex hormones. A graduate of Columbia University (Ph.D. 1910), Kendall joined the staff of the Mayo Foundation, Rochester, Minn., in 1914. His early research concerned the isolation of the active constituent (thyroxine) of the thyroid hormone. He also crystallized and established the chemical nature of glutathione, a compound important to biological oxidation-reduction reactions. His most important research, however was the isolation from the adrenal cortex of the steroid hormone cortisone (which he originally called compound E; 1935). With Hench, he successfully applied the hormone in treatment of rheumatoid arthritis (1948). Kendall and Hench, along with Reichstein of Switzerland, received a Nobel Prize in 1950, and Kendall retired from his position as head of its biochemistry division of the Mayo Foundation in 1951. Kendall also acted as head of the biochemistry laboratory there from 1945 to 1951, and he was later visiting professor of chemistry at Princeton University. Related Propaedia Topics: The Molecular Basis of Vital Processes The nature of the human endocrine system and its hormones: regulation of secretions by neural feedback control; hormone action through the mechanism of the genetic code and the generation of cyclic AMP (adenosine-3,5-monophosphate)

24. Kendall, Edward Calvin
US biochemist who was awarded a Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine in 1950, with Philip Hench and Tadeus Reichstein, for their work on the structure and biological effects
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25. Kendall, Edward Calvin 1886-1972
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26. AccessScience | Biography | Kendall, Edward Calvin
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27. What Does Edward Kendall Mean?
Kendall, Edward Kendall, Edward Calvin Kendall United States biochemist who discovered cortisone (18861972)
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Kendall , Edward Kendall , Edward Calvin Kendall United States biochemist who discovered cortisone
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29. Edward Calvin Kendall Winner Of The 1950 Nobel Prize In Medicine
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E DWARD C ALVIN K ENDALL
1950 Nobel Laureate in Medicine
    for their discoveries relating to the hormones of the adrenal cortex, their structure and biological effects.
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    Residence: U.S.A.
    Affiliation: Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN
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30. Kendall, Edward Calvin 1886-1972 - 1910's Medicine And Health
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31. Kendall, Edward Calvin (Am. Chem.)
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32. Edward Calvin Kendall Biography
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33. Kendall, Edward Calvin - Personenlexikon
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amerikanischer Biochemiker, geboren 8.3.1886 South Norwalk (Conn.), verstorben 4.5.1972 Princeton (N.J.); leitete 191451 die Sektion Chemie an der Mayo-Klinik in Rochester (Minn.), 192151 Professor in Minneapolis (Minn.); bedeutende Arbeiten zur Erforschung der Schilddrsen- und Nebennierenrindenhormone; untersuchte die ber- und Unterfunktion der Schilddrse, isolierte 1914 das Schilddrsenhormon Thyroxin und stellte 1936 das aus der Nebennierenrinde gewonnene (1939 so benannte) Cortison (Hormon E) rein dar, dessen chemische Struktur er gleichzeitig mit T. Reichstein aufklrte; isolierte und kristallisierte Glutathion (ein schwefelhaltiges Tripeptid mit verschiedensten Funktionen im Organismus) und ermittelte 1935 dessen Konstitution; erhielt 1950 zusammen mit P.S. e Hench und T. Reichstein den Nobelpreis fr Physiologie oder Medizin.
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34. Edward Calvin Kendall, Edward Calvin Kendall Medical Definition | Medical Dictio
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35. Open Site - International: Italiano: Salute: Medicina: Medici E Ricercatori: Ken
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36. ONLIPIX - Great Names Pictures : KEN
KENDALL (Edward Calvin)(18861972) - 1 KENDALL (Henry W.)(1926-1999) - 1
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  • KEN (Thomas,
  • KENDALL (David George)(1918-)
  • KENDALL (Edward Calvin)(1886-1972)
  • KENDALL (Henry W.)(1926-1999)
  • KENDALL (Kay)(1926-1959)
  • KENDALL (Maurice George)(1907-1983)
  • KENDREW (Sir John Cowdery)(1917-)
  • KENDRICK Jr (George W.)
  • KENDRICKS (E.J.)

      (in 1947)
  • KENEALY (Edward Vaughan Hyde)(1819-1880)
  • KENLY (John Reese)(1818-1891)
  • KENMARE (Valentine Augustus BROWNE, 4 th earl of
  • KENMARE (Valentine BROWNE, 6th earl of
  • KENNA (John E.)
  • KENNAN (George F.)
  • KENNARD (Howard John)(1829-1896)
  • KENNARD (Lewayne)(1924-)
      (in 1940)
  • KENNARD (Olga, born WEISZ, Lady BURGEN)(1924-)
  • KENNAWAY (Sir John Henry, 3rd Bt
  • KENNEDY (D.)
      (with J. SMITH, Willy STEWART, John BROWN, F. FARQUARSON, Mr MORGAN, Charlie COUTTS, P. ROBERTSON and John GRANT)
  • KENNEDY (David M.)(1905-1996)
  • KENNEDY (Edgar)(1890-1948)
  • KENNEDY (Edmund Besley Court)(1818-1848)
  • KENNEDY (Edward, murderer
  • KENNEDY (Edward, brother of

37. Kendall Edward Calvin - Encyklopedia PWN
The noun edward kendall has 1 senses? (no senses from tagged texts) 1. Kendall, Edward Kendall, Edward Calvin Kendall
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