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  1. Root, hog, and die by George D Snell, 1936
  2. Search for a Rational Ethic by George D. Snell, 1988-12-31
  3. Viva Mozart: An Anthology of Appreciation
  4. Histocompatibility by George D. Snell, 1976-08
  5. The Shapers of American Fiction, 1798-1947 by George D. Snell, 1961-06
  6. And - if man triumph -- by George D Snell, 1938
  7. The early embryology of the mouse, by George D Snell, 1941
  8. The great Adam: A novel by George D Snell, 1934
  9. BIOLOGY OF THE LABORATORY MOUSE by larence .and and George D. Snell, eds., with the staff of the Roscoe B. Jackson Memorial Laboratory Little C, 1941
  10. The education of Thomas Wolfe by George D Snell, 1947
  11. Managing Human Resources by George W. Bohlander, Scott A. Snell, 2009-01-28
  12. Managing Human Resources (with InfoTrac1-Semester Printed Access Card) by George W. Bohlander, Scott A. Snell, 2006-02-07
  13. Cymru'n un. Welsh air. [Part-song.] Arranged for male chorus, tenor solo and piano ... Words by D. Lloyd George by Idris Lewis, 1934
  14. Y Porth prydferth. (The gate celestial.) Can i fariton neu contralto. Y geiriau ... gan " Eïfion Wyn " ... English words by Elvet. [Staff and tonic sol-fa notation.] by George Arfryn Thomas, 1921

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2. George Davis Snell - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Society 1983 Elected to British Society of Immunology, Honorary See also. C.C. Little; Peter Alfred Gorer; External links. Autobiography of George D. Snell; George D. Snell
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George Davis Snell
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Redirected from George D. Snell Jump to: navigation search George Davis Snell Born December 19, 1903
Bradford, Massachusetts
Died June 6, 1996
Bar Harbor, Maine

Nationality United States Fields genetics
immunologist
Notable awards Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine George Davis Snell (December 19, 1903 – June 6, 1996) was an American mouse geneticist and basic transplant immunologist
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George Snell shared the 1980 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine with Baruj Benacerraf and Jean Dausset for their discoveries concerning "genetically determined structures on the cell surface that regulate immunological reactions". Snell specifically "discovered the genetic factors that determine the possibilities of transplanting tissue from one individual to another. It was Snell who introduced the concept of H antigens Snell's work in mice led to the discovery of HLA , the major histocompatibility complex, in humans (and all vertebrates) that is analogous to the H-2 complex in mice. Recognition of these key genes was prerequisite to successful tissue and organ transplantation
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George Snell was born in Bradford, Massachusetts

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4. Snell, George D.
Snell, George D. (19031996) My parents were both New Englanders, though my father was born in Minnesota where his father had moved from Massachusetts to
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Snell, George D. My parents were both New Englanders, though my father was born in Minnesota where his father had moved from Massachusetts to join a frontier community. My father moved east as a young man, and for a number of years was YMCA secretary in Haverhill, Massachusetts. Subsequently he invented and worked in the application of a device for winding induction coils used in ignitors for the motorboat engines of that day. I was born in Bradford, Massachusetts, a suburb of Haverhill, in December 1903, the youngest of three children. My parents moved when I was four to the home built by my great grandfather in Brookline, Massachusetts, and it was in the excellent Brookline public schools that I received my pre-college education.
Science and mathematics were my favorite subjects. In spare time I read books on astronomy and physics as well as the usual boyhood classics. But I also enjoyed sports, and a group of five or six youngsters used to gather at our house to play touch football or scrub baseball in our yard or a neighboring vacant lot. Imaginative stories and games also were very much a part of my childhood. In 1900, three years before I was born, my mother's parents had purchased a run-down farmhouse and 70 acres of land in South Woodstock, Vermont. The house was gradually restored and furnished, and the summers I spent at "the farm" were among the delights of my childhood and youth. An interest in gardening, farming, and forestry have been a permanent legacy of the experience this home provided.

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Snell, George D. Snell, George Davis Snell, George Davis Snell, Hannah Snell, Willebrord SnellSterling efficiency scale Snell-Sterling visual efficiency scale
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6. George D. Snell Winner Of The 1980 Nobel Prize In Medicine
George D. Snell, a Nobel Prize Laureate in Physiology and Medicine, at the Nobel Prize Internet Archive.
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G EORGE D S NELL
1980 Nobel Laureate in Medicine
    for their discoveries concerning genetically determined structures on the cell surface that regulate immunological reactions.
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    Born: 1903
    Residence: U.S.A.
    Affiliation: Jackson Laboratory, Bar Harbor, ME
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7. Guide To APS Genetics Collections
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The American Philosophical Society began specifically collecting manuscripts and books relating to the history of genetics in the early 1960s at the instigation of the mouse geneticist L. C. Dunn, but it was the project conducted by H. Bentley Glass between 1977 and 1985 that led to truly outstanding growth. Funded by the Mellon Foundation, Glass surveyed and indexed the existing collections at the library and prepared a printed guide to them for researchers (the original basis of this one). The APS continues to seek out new collections in the history of genetics and to make them available to scholars. This online guide contains links to the collection descriptions prepared by Glass, to abstracts of collections acquired since, and, when available, the complete finding aids. Bentley Glass's original introductory sections provide a tremendous amount of background information on his research as well as a key to the descriptive conventions and abbreviations he used. Foreword
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, seeking to increase the scholarly usefulness of our collections, made a grant in 1977 to the American Philosophical Society to prepare bibliographic studies on topics well represented in the Library's collections. The research for and publication of this guide to our genetics collections was supported by this program. Therefore, we would like to acknowledge the generous support of The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation which made possible this work.

8. A Biographical Memoir By
3 GEORGE DAVIS SNELL December 19, 1903June 6, 1996 BY N. AVRION MITCHISON G ENETICIST GEORGE SNELL is known principally for his part in the discovery of H2, the major histocompatibility
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11. Snell, George Davis Encyclopedia Topics | Reference.com
Snell died in Bar Harbor, Maine on June 6, 1996. See also. C.C. Little; Peter Alfred Gorer; External links. Autobiography of George D. Snell; George D. Snell's Nobel Lecture
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12. The Year 1980
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13. Evidence That The "R" And "Z" Blood Group Specificities Of M... : Transplantatio
Evidence That the R and Z Blood Group Specificities of Mice Are Allelic and Distinct From H2 Snell, George D.; Hoecker, Gustavo; Stimpfling, Jack H.
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14. Jackson Laboratory Oral History Collection :: American Philosophical Society
Snell, George D., (George Davis), 19031996; Sprott, Richard; Staats, Joan; Stanwood, Robert; Stevens, Leroy; Waymouth, Charity; Winn, Henry; Subject(s) CancerResearch
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15. Hemagglutination And Cytotoxic Studies Of H-2: I. H-2.1 And... : Transplantation
Hemagglutination and Cytotoxic Studies of H2 I. H-2.1 and Related Specificities in the Ek Crossover Regions SNELL, GEORGE D.; D MANT, PETER; CHERRY, MARIANNA
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16. National Academy Of Sciences: Biographical Memoirs S
Snell, George D. (19031996) Soderberg, C. Richard (1895-1979) Solomon, Richard L. (1918-1995) Sonneborn, Tracy M. (1905-1981) Spedding, F. H. (1902-1984)
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17. Alphabetical Listing S, USS West Virginia Veterans
Snell, George D. Snider, R. I. Snitkin, W. W. Snodgrass, K. Snook, Harley Lew Snow, Garland L. Snuggs, A. P. Snyder, C. M. Snyder, Frederick W.
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School, Boston, MA, b. 1920 (Caracas, Venezuela); DAUSSET, JEAN, France, Universite de Paris, Laboratoire ImmunoHematologi, Paris, b. 1916; and SNELL, GEORGE D., U.S.A
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19. Studies In Histocompatibility
Title Studies in Histocompatibility Authors Snell, George D. Publication Science, Volume 213, Issue 4504, pp. 172178 Publication Date 07/1981 Origin
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