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  1. Goodman & Gilman's The Pharmacological Basis of Therapeutics by Joel Griffith Hardman, Lee E. Limbird, et all 2001-08-13
  2. Goodman and Gilman's The Pharmacological Basis of Therapeutics : Sixth Edition by Alfred G. , Goodman, Louis S. , Editors Gilman, 1980
  3. American Pharmacologists: Alexander Shulgin, Nicholas A. Peppas, V. Craig Jordan, Earl Wilbur Sutherland, Jr., Alfred G. Gilman, Louis Ignarro
  4. Fidia Research Foundation Neuroscience Award Lectures Volume 2: 1986-1987 by Alfred G[oodman], et al Gilman, 1988
  5. Fidia Research Foundation Neuroscience Award Lectures Volume 2: 1986-1987 by Alfred G., et al Gilman, 1988-01-01
  6. Goodman & Gilman Las Bases Farmacologicas De La Terapeutica (Vol. Ii) (Vol II)
  7. Responsibility for the World War: An address delivered before the Gilman C. Parker post no. 153, G.A.R by Alfred Free, 1918
  8. The Story of Carthage by Alfred J. & Gilman, Arthur Church, 1898

81. Gilman, Alfred G.
gilman, alfred G. (1941). I too was born in 1941 (in New Haven, Connecticut) andnamed alfred Goodman gilman. Not bad, gilman, he said, it still sounds like
Gilman, Alfred G. My father, Alfred Gilman, could play almost any musical instrument and frequently did so at neighborhood parties; his father owned a music store in Bridgeport, Connecticut. My mother, Mabel Schmidt Gilman, was an excellent pianist and gave lessons; her father was a professional trombonist, also in Bridgeport. Despite this heritage, my musical career ended after a few years of mediocre performance with the Yale University Concert Band during my days in college.
There were more substantial influences. My father had turned to science, receiving his Ph.D. in Physiological Chemistry from Yale in 1931 for "Chemical and Physiological Investigations on Canine Gastric Secretion". He then joined the faculty of the Department of Pharmacology at the Yale Medical School, where he and Louis S. Goodman, a young M.D., became colleagues and close friends. A major new textbook of Pharmacology The Pharmacological Basis of Therapeutics, was the fruit of the Goodman and Gilman collaboration, first published in 1941. I too was born in 1941 (in New Haven, Connecticut) and named Alfred Goodman Gilman. Perhaps my fate was sealed from that day; as my friend Michael Brown once said, I am probably the only person who was ever named after a textboook.
The bulk of my childhood was spent in a suburb of New York City, White Plains, while my father was first on the faculty of The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University and then the founding Chairman of Pharmacology at the new

82. NIEHS News
the $930,000 prize with researcher alfred G. gilman who characterized the chemicalnature of Gproteins. Rodbell and gilman have made significant findings in
Environmental Health Perspectives Volume 102, Number 11, November 1994
A Nobel Ideal
Welcome to the club. 1988 Nobel Prize winners George Hitchings (left) and Gertrude Elion (right) congratulate Martin Rodbell. Photo credit: Arnold Greenwell
"The fundamental thing is the opportunity to be creative," said Martin Rodbell speaking about the environment necessary for scientists to arrive at new breakthroughs. Rodbell is a scientist emeritus at the NIEHS and winner of the 1994 Nobel Prize in medicine or physiology. He spoke at a reception held in his honor at the NIEHS on October 13. Rodbell was honored for his work in discovering G-proteins, guanine nucleotide-dependent coupling entities which transmit signals within cells. G-proteins bind to GTP to regulate diverse hormonal functions involving adenylyl cyclase activation, phospholipase C, membrane ion channels, protein synthesis, and cellular growth and differentiation. More than 300 receptors are known to interact with G-proteins, and aberrations in the function of what Rodbell called these "communication devices" underlie a variety of disease states including cancer, diabetes, cholera, and alcoholism. The impact of this discovery has been enormous because identification of the G-proteins and understanding of how they function is essential to basic biomedical research. Rodbell will share the $930,000 prize with researcher Alfred G. Gilman who, building on Rodbell's theory, characterized the chemical nature of G-proteins. Gilman is chair of the Department of Pharmacology at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. Said Ruth L. Kirschstein, deputy director of the National Institutes of Health, "Drs. Rodbell and Gilman have made significant findings in understanding how cells perceive and react in a coordinated way to the thousands of messages that bombard them. This Nobel Prize underscores how important such basic studies are to understanding normal cell function and the diseases that result when cell processes go awry."

83. Hi-res Box Window
The work of Martin Rodbell and alfred G. gilman on the Gprotein-coupled receptorsthat regulate cyclic-nucleotide synthesis also formed the basis of an
Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology ; 710-718 (2002); doi:10.1038/nrm911
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84. Nature Publishing Group
influenced by his father, pharmacologist alfred gilman, coauthor his cellular biologyqualifications, gilman was awarded for the discovery of G proteins and

85. Biographical Information
Transduction, chief; 1994 retires; becomes NIH Scientist Emeritus; shares NobelPrize with alfred G. gilman (announced Oct. 10, awarded Dec. 10); 1998 dies
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In many respects, my career and my experiences with people and events have been seamless in that I cannot separate one from another. Without doubt, the thread of one's life should be within the matrix of the total human experience. Les Prix Nobel Martin Rodbell was born on December 1, 1925, in Baltimore, Maryland, the son of a grocer. For the rest of his life, he proudly identified with his native city as a self-described "Baltimoron." In his teens, Rodbell attended Baltimore City College, a "magnet" public high school with a strong liberal arts tradition, and entered The Johns Hopkins University in 1943. Although he was clearly taken with science as a vocation, at Hopkins he followed two seemingly disparate fields of interestbiology and French existential literatureboth of which had an enormous impact on his intellectual development. Rodbell maintained a strong love of literature and poetry throughout his life, often penning verses for important occasions. Rodbell's studies at Hopkins were interrupted in 1944 when he left college for war service as a Navy radio operator. In 1946, he resumed his studies and earned a B.S. in biology in 1949. Rodbell remained at Hopkins for another year to take postgraduate courses in chemistry. In 1950, he married Barbara Ledermann, a German-born dancer and photographer; later that same year, the Rodbells moved to Seattle so that Martin could enter the Ph.D. program in biochemistry at the University of Washington. Over the course of the following decade, the Rodbells had four children: Paul, Suzanne, Andrew, and Phillip.

86. SIMR - Centenary Survey Of Nobel Laureates
The world is not flat. Joseph E. Murray, MD, nobel Prize Winner 1990. 1994 AlfredG. gilman and Martin RODBELL - show how individual cells interpret
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"Animal experimentation has been essential to development of all cardiac surgery, transplantation surgery, joint replacements and all vaccinations. The world is not flat." - Joseph E. Murray, M.D., Nobel Prize Winner 1990 Erwin NEHER and Bert SAKMANN - describe chemical communications between cells. Edmond H. FISCHER and Edwin G. KREBS - show cells can adapt pre-existing proteins for a job rather than make new ones from scratch. Richard J. ROBERTS and Philip A. SHARP - show how DNA and individual genes can relate differently in different circumstances. Alfred G. GILMAN and Martin RODBELL - show how individual cells interpret chemical signals, and separately how a chemical, guanosine triphosphate (GTP), enables us to see, smell and taste. Edward B. LEWIS, Christiane NUSSLEIN-VOLHARD and Prof. Eric E. WIESCHAUS – describe genetic control of early embryonic development.

87. Harapan's Bookshelf: Nobel Prize In Physiology Or Medicine
Link Official Website of nobel Foundation Physiology or Medicine 1998, 1994. ALFREDG. gilman and MARTIN RODBELL for their discovery of Gproteins and
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last updated on Link: Official Website of Nobel Foundation: Physiology or Medicine Robert F. Furchgott, Louis J. Ignarro and Ferid Murad for their discoveries concerning nitric oxide as a signalling molecule in the cardiovascular system STANLEY B. PRUSINER for his discovery of Prions - a new biological principle of infection PETER C. DOHERTY and ROLF M. ZINKERNAGEL for their discoveries concerning the specificity of the cell mediated immune defence. EDWARD B. LEWIS CHRISTIANE NÜSSLEIN-VOLHARD and ERIC F. WIESCHAUS for their discoveries concerning the genetic control of early embryonic development. ALFRED G. GILMAN and MARTIN RODBELL for their discovery of G-proteins and the role of these proteins in signal transduction in cells. RICHARD J. ROBERTS

88. GK- National Network Of Education
Grignard, Victor, 1912. Werner, alfred, 1913. Richards, Theodore William, 1914. Shirakawa,Hideki, 2000. MacDiarmid, Alan G. 2000. Sharpless, K. Barry, 2001.
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89. 20th Century Year By Year1961
nobel Prizes. Physiology or Medicine The prize was awarded jointly to gilman, ALFREDG., USA, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX, b
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NBA: Boston Celtics vs. St. Louis Hawks Series: 4-1
Heisman Trophy: Ernie Davis, syracuse, HB points: 824
Stanley Cup: Chicago Blackhawks vs. Detroit Red Wings Series: 4-2
US Open Golf: Gene Littler Score: 281 Course: Oakland Hills CC Location: Birmingham, MI
World Series: New York Yankees vs. Cincinnati Reds Series: 4-1
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90. 20th Century Year By Year 1994
nobel Prizes. PHYSIOLOGY or MEDICINE The prize was awarded jointly to gilman, ALFREDG., USA, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX, b
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Major Events of 1994
NBA: Houston Rockets vs. New York Knicks Series: 4-3
NCAA Football:Nebraska Record: 13-0-0
Heisman Trophy:Rashaan Salaam, Colorado, RB points: 1,7430
Stanley Cup: New York Rangers vs. Vancouver Canucks Series: 4-3
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91. CMHT
Translate this page Un año después alfred G. gilman y Martin Rodbell fueron galardonados con el Nobelde medicina por sus descubrimientos en torno al sistema de la proteína Gy
Editorial Indice En 1997, Stanley B. Prusiner fue galardonado por sus trabajos en el descubrimiento de una nueva proteína infecciosa "los priones" y que actualmente se encuentra bajo estudio su posible transmisión por medio de la transfusión sanguínea o en el trasplante de órganos. El premio Nobel de química fue otorgado a Alan J. Heeger de la University of California, Santa Barbara, EUA, Alan G. MacDiarmid University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA e Hideki Shirakawa de la University of Tsukuba, Japan, por sus trabajos en el "descubrimiento y desarrollo de polímeros conductores". Donnall Thomas Kary Mullis Alfred G. Gilman Stanley B. Prusiner Alan J. Heeger Robert F. Furchgott Alan G. MacDiarmid Louis J. Ignarro

92. Premio Nobel De Medicina 2000 - Diario De Yucatán
estas proteínas en la transducción de señales en la célula . Martin Rodbell.
Premios Nóbel 2000
El Premio Nóbel de Fisiología o Medicina
La Fisiología o Medicina es una de las cinco áreas de premiación mencionadas en el testamento de Alfred Nóbel. Este testamento está incompleto. El testamento menciona que este premio deberá de ser otorgado a la persona que "haya hecho el más importante descubrimiento en las áreas de fisiología o medicina". Él también designó al Instituto Karolinska de Estocolomo para otorgar este premio, y bajo la solicitud de que no haya consideración alguna a la nacionalidad de los participantes, sino que el más valioso lo reciba, sea o no Escandinavo"
Ganadores 1981 - 1999 Günter Blobel "por el descubrimiento que las proteínas tienen señales intrínsecas que gobiernan su transportación y localización en la célula"
Robert F. Furchgott
"por sus descubrimientos referentes al óxido nítrico como una molécula de señalización en el sistema cardiovascular"
Louis J. Ignarro

93. Nobel-díjasok - Egészségügy + Üzlet Tematikus Portál
küzdelemben. A nobeldíjakat hagyományosan december 10-én, a díjalapítóAlfred nobel halálának évfordulóján adják át. Az
Élettani és orvosi Nobel-díjasok Magyar, illetve magyar származású Nobel-díjasok Név Kategória Év Lénárd Fülöp fizikai Bárány Róbert orvosi Zsigmondy Richárd kémiai Szent-Györgyi Albert orvosi Hevesy György kémiai Békésy György orvosi Wigner Jenõ fizikai Gábor Dénes fizikai Wiesel, Elie béke Polanyi, John C. kémiai Oláh György kémiai Harsányi János közgazd. Kertész Imre irodalmi Szoborparkjuk ( link>>
Kiosztották az orvosi Nobel-díjakat - 2002. október 7., hétfõ - Forrás:

Sydney Brenner és John E. Sulston brit, valamint H. Robert Horovitz amerikai kutató nyerte az idei orvosi Nobel-díjat. Az indoklás szerint a kitüntetéssel a szervfejlõdés génszabályozásának és a programozott sejthalálnak a kutatásában elért eredményeiket ismerték el. link>> Magyar Hírlap 2001. október 8. (teljes cikk)
,,Orvosi Nobel-díj sejtkutatásért egy amerikainak, két britnek
Az idei orvosi Nobel-díjat egy amerikai és két brit kutatónak, Leland H. Hartwellnek, R. Timothy Huntnek és Paul M. Nurse-nek ítélték oda sejtkutatásaikért, amelyek az indoklás szerint új lehetõségeket nyithatnak a rák elleni küzdelemben. A Nobel-díjakat hagyományosan december 10-én, a díjalapító Alfred Nobel halálának évfordulóján adják át. Az idei orvosi Nobel-díj értéke mintegy egymillió euró...''

94. The Nobel Prize
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