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America's first Nobel prize in medicine or physiology : the story of Guthrie and Carrel

Author: Hugh E Stephenson; Robert S Kimpton; G Mallary Masters; Midwest Vascular Surgery Society.
Publisher: Boston, Mass. : Midwestern Vascular Surgery Society and Hugh E. Stephenson, 2001, ©2000.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : English
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Genre/Form: History
Records and correspondence
Correspondence
Collected Correspondence
Named Person: Alexis Carrel; Charles Claude Guthrie; Alexis Carrel; Charles Claude Guthrie
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Hugh E Stephenson; Robert S Kimpton; G Mallary Masters; Midwest Vascular Surgery Society.
OCLC Number: 48459194
Description: 184 p. ; 26 cm.
Contents: Prize --
Carrel and Guthrie: contrasts in backgrounds and personality --
First conjoint laboratory studies --
First publications --
Techniques: asepsis and attention to detail --
Cushing, Matas, Mayo, and Crile visit Guthrie's laboratory --
Guthrie and Carrel consider moving laboratory to Columbia, Missouri --
Ovarian and testicular transplants --
Another historic first: limb replantation --
Guthrie suggests further refinements in techniques --
"It is impossible to make a serious work without you"-Carrel --
Guthrie writes the papers --
Turning point: Carrel presents conjoint work at Johns Hopkins without credit to Guthrie --
Guthrie accepts professorship at Washington University, St. Louis --
"Rocky Villa Institute": Carrel moves to New York City --
Carrel and Guthrie continue their correspondence --
More mutual publications; Guthrie receives Ph.D. as well as M.D. --
Guthrie considers work at Cold Springs Harbor --
Guthrie points to Carrel's "misleading statements" and cites the "facts --
Perspective.
Other Titles: Story of Guthrie and Carrel
Responsibility: Hugh E. Stephenson, Jr., Robert S. Kimpton ; with the assistance of G. Mallory [sic] Masters.

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