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George H. Whipple, M.D.

Affiliations: 
Pathology University of Rochester, Rochester, NY 
Area:
Physiology, Tuberculosis, Blackwater Fever, Anemia
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1878-1976.
http://www.nasonline.org/member-directory/deceased-members/20000923.html
The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1934 was awarded jointly to George Hoyt Whipple, George Richards Minot and William Parry Murphy for their discoveries concerning liver therapy in cases of anaemia.
Began his career at Johns Hopkins then moved to the University of California. Nobel Prize winning physiologist and physician who discovered Whipple's disease and studied many aspects of human health, especially anemia.

Parents

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Lafayette Benedict Mendel research assistant 1901 Yale (Chemistry Tree)
William Henry Welch grad student 1905 Johns Hopkins Medical School
 (Pigments and liver necrosis)
Samuel Talyor Darling post-doc 1908-1909 Ancon Hospital
 (Anemia in parasitic dieases)
Ludolf von Krehl research scientist 1909 Universität Heidelberg (Neurotree)
Hans Horst Meyer research scientist 1911 Universität Wien (Neurotree)

Children

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Ernest William Goodpasture grad student Rochester
Stafford Leak Warren grad student 1922 University of California at San Francisco Medical Center (Physiology Academic Tree)
Charles Enrique Dent research scientist 1946 Rochester (GenetiTree)
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WHIPPLE GH, ROBSCHEIT-ROBBINS FS, BALE WF. (1955) Red cell stroma protein rich in vitamin B12 during active regeneration; anemia studies using radioactive cobalt B12 in dogs. The Journal of Experimental Medicine. 102: 725-31
TISHKOFF GH, YUILE CL, ROBSCHEIT-ROBBINS FS, et al. (1955) Red cell stroma and hemoglobin metabolism in anemic dogs; regeneration of red cell proteins labeled with C14 lysine. The Journal of Experimental Medicine. 102: 713-23
ROBSCHEIT-ROBBINS FS, WHIPPLE GH. (1955) Stroma protein and stroma lipides vary in different types of anemia. The Journal of Experimental Medicine. 102: 705-11
TISHKOFF GH, ROBSCHEIT-ROBBINS FS, WHIPPLE GH. (1953) Red cell stroma in dogs; variations in the stroma protein and lipid fractions related to experimental conditions. Blood. 8: 459-68
WHIPPLE GH, ROBSCHEIT-ROBBINS FS. (1951) Anemia plus hypoproteinemia in dogs; various proteins in diet show various patterns in blood protein production; beef muscle,. egg, lactalbumin, fibrin, viscera, and supplements. The Journal of Experimental Medicine. 94: 223-42
ROBSCHEIT-ROBBINS FS, WHIPPLE GH. (1949) Dietary effects on anemia plus hypoproteinemia in dogs; the findings with milk products, wheat, and peanut flours as compared with liver. The Journal of Experimental Medicine. 89: 359-68
ROBSCHEIT-ROBBINS FS, WHIPPLE GH. (1949) Dietary effects on anemia plus hypoproteinemia in dogs; some proteins further the production of hemoglobin and others plasma protein production. The Journal of Experimental Medicine. 89: 339-58
Whipple GH, Miller LL, Robscheit-Robbins FS. (1947) RAIDING OF BODY TISSUE PROTEIN TO FORM PLASMA PROTEIN AND HEMOGLOBIN : WHAT IS PREMORTAL RISE OF URINARY NITROGEN? The Journal of Experimental Medicine. 85: 277-86
Miller LL, Robscheit-Robbins FS, Whipple GH. (1947) ANEMIA AND HYPOPROTEINEMIA : WEIGHT MAINTENANCE EFFECTED BY FOOD PROTEINS BUT NOT BY MIXTURES OF PURE AMINO ACIDS. The Journal of Experimental Medicine. 85: 267-75
Robscheit-Robbins FS, Miller LL, Whipple GH. (1947) PLASMA PROTEIN AND HEMOGLOBIN PRODUCTION : DELETION OF INDIVIDUAL AMINO ACIDS FROM GROWTH MIXTURE OF TEN ESSENTIAL AMINO ACIDS. SIGNIFICANT CHANGES IN URINARY NITROGEN. The Journal of Experimental Medicine. 85: 243-65
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