|Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, New York, NY, United States|
(1873 - 1944)
The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1912 was awarded to Alexis Carrel
in recognition of his work on vascular suture and the transplantation of blood vessels and organs.
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|Carrel A, Guthrie CC. (2001) Anastomosis of blood vessels by the patching method and transplantation of the kidney. 1906 [classical article]. The Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine. 74: 243-7|
|Carrel A, Guthrie CC. (1906) A new method for the homoplastic transplantation of the ovary Science. 23: 591|
|Carrel A, Guthrie CC. (1906) Successful transplantation of both kidneys from a dog into a bitch with removal of both normal kidneys from the latter Science. 23: 394-395|
|Carrel A, Guthrie CC. (1906) Results of a replantation of the thigh Science. 23: 393-394|
|Carrel A, Guthrie CC. (1905) Functions of a transplanted kidney Science. 22: 473|