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American physician and haematologist, born December 2, 1885, Boston, Massachusetts; died February 25, 1950, Brookline, Massachusetts.


  • R. Isaacs, B. Brock, G. R. Minot:
    The resistance of immature erythrocytes to heat.
    The Journal of Clinical Investigation, June 1925, 1 (5): 425-433.
  • D. N. Medearis, G. R. Minot:
    Studies on red blood cell diameter : II. In Pernicious Anemia, Before and During Marked Remission, and in Myelogenous Leukemia.
    The Journal of Clinical Investigation, February 1927, 3 (3): 541-553.
  • G. R. Minot:
    The Development of Liver Therapy in Pernicious Anemia: A Nobel Lecture.
    The Lancet, London, 1935, 1: 361-364.
  • F. H. Taylor, C. S. Davidson, H. J. Tagnon, M. A. Adams, A. H. Macdonald, G. R. Minot:
    Studies in blood coagulation: the coagulation properties of certain globulin fractions of normal human plasma in vitro.
    The Journal of Clinical Investigation, September 1945, 24 (5): 698-703.
  • G. R. Minot, C. S. Davidson, J. H. Lewis, H. J. Tagnon, F. H. Taylor:
    The coagulation defect in hemophilia: the effect, in hemophilia, of the parenteral administration of a fraction of the plasma globulins rich in fibrinogen.
    The Journal of Clinical Investigation, September 1945, 24 (5): 704-707.
  • J. H. Lewis, C. S. Davidson, G. R. Minot GR, J. P. Soulier, H. J. Tagnon, F. H. Taylor:
    Chemical, clinical and immunological studies on the products of human plasma fractionation: XXXII. The coagulation defect in hemophilia. An in vitro and in vivo comparison of normal and hemophilic whole blood, plasma and derived plasma protein fractions.
    The Journal of Clinical Investigation, November 1946, 25 (6): 870-875. Biographical etc:
  • William Bosworth Castle (1897-1990):
    George Richards Minot.
    Biographical Memoirs of the National Academy of Sciences, 1974, 45: 337-383.
  • William Bosworth Castle:
    Minot, George Richards. In: Charles Coulston Gillispie, editor in chief: Dictionary of Scientific Biographies. Charles Scribner’s Sons. New York, 1970.
  • Barry G. Firkin and Judith A. Whitworth:
    Dictionary of Medical Eponyms.
    The Parthenon Publishing Group. 1989. New edition in 2002.
  • Jeremy M. Norman, editor:
    Morton’s Medical Bibliography. An annotated Check-list of Texts Illustrating the History of Medicine (Garrison and Morton).
    Fifth edition. Scolar Press, 1991.

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