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Harry Eagle - bibliography

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U.S. pathologist and cell biologist, born 1905, New York; died June 12, 1992.

Bibliography

  • A method for the titration of complement.
    The Journal of General Physiology, New York, 1929, 12: 821-823.
  • The mechanism of complement fixation.
    The Journal of General Physiology, 1929, 12: 825-844.
  • Mechanism of hemolysis by complement: I. Complement fixation as an essential preliminary to hemolysis. With George Brewer.
    The Journal of General Physiology, 1929, 12: 845-862.
  • Studies in the serology of syphilis. VII. A new flocculation test for serum diagnosis of syphilis.
    The Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine, St. Louis, 1932, 17: 787-791.
  • Studies on blood coagulation: III. On the constancy of the hydrogen ion concentration during the coagulation of fibrinogen by thrombin.
    With J. P. Baumberger.
    The Journal of General Physiology, 1935, 18: 809-812.
  • Studies on blood coagulation: IV. The nature of the clotting deficiency in hemophilia. The Journal of General Physiology, 1935, 18: 813-819.
  • Nutrition Needs of Mammalian Cells in Tissue Culture.
    Science, September 16, 1955, 122 (3168): 501–504.
  • Effect of Environmental pH on the Efficiency of Cellular Hybridization.
    By Carlo M. Croce, Hilary Koprowski, and Harry Eagle.
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 1972, 69: 1953-1956. Biographical
  • Barry G. Firkin and Judith A. Whitworth:
    Dictionary of Medical Eponyms.
    The Parthenon Publishing Group. 1989. New edition in 2002.
  • Jonathan R. Warner:
    In Memoriam – Harry Eagle.
    On the webiste of the Albert Einstein University, New York.
  • James Dewey Watson (born 1928):
    Tribute to the Memory of Dr. Harry Eagle (1945-1992).
    The Einstein Quarterly, 1992, 10 (2): 66-67.
    In 1953, James D. Watson and Francis Crick determined the structure of the molecule deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA), of which all living matter is made.
  • James E. Darnell, Leon Levintow, Matthew D. Scharef:
    A brief chronicle on Harry Eagle.
    Journal of Cellular Physiology, February 4, 2005, 76 (3): 241-252.

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