John Newport Langley

Affiliations: 
University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England, United Kingdom 
Area:
autonomic nervous system
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(1852 - 1925)
DOI: 10.1098/rspb.1927.0027

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Michael Foster grad student Cambridge
Wilhelm Kühne grad student 1877- University of Heidelberg (Chemistry Tree)
 (https://vlp.mpiwg-berlin.mpg.de/people/data?id=per106)
Henry Newell Martin grad student 1873-1876 Cambridge (Neurotree)
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Archibald Vivian Hill grad student Cambridge
Charles Scott Sherrington grad student Cambridge
Henry Hallett Dale grad student 1898-1900 Cambridge
Thomas Renton Elliott grad student 1906 Cambridge
Henry Sewall post-doc 1879 Cambridge
Wilhelm Feldberg post-doc 1925-1927 Cambridge
Joseph Barcroft research scientist Cambridge
Leon Orbeli research scientist
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Langley JN. (1925) The course of the blood of the renal artery. The Journal of Physiology. 60: 411-8
Langley JN. (1924) Vaso-motor centres: Part III. Spinal vascular (and other autonomic) reflexes and the effect of strychnine on them. The Journal of Physiology. 59: 231-58
Langley JN. (1924) Vaso‐motor centres: Part III. Spinal vascular (and other autonomic) reflexes and the effect of strychnine on them The Journal of Physiology. 59: 231-258
Langley JN. (1924) THE SENSORY NERVE FIBRES OF THE HEART AND AORTA. IN RELATION TO SURGICAL OPERATIONS FOR THE RELIEF OF ANGINA PECTORIS The Lancet. 204: 955-956
Langley JN. (1923) The vascular dilatation caused by the sympathetic and the course of vaso-motor nerves. The Journal of Physiology. 58: 70-3
Langley JN. (1923) Antidromic action: Part II. Stimulation of the peripheral nerves of the cat's hind foot. The Journal of Physiology. 58: 49-69
Langley JN. (1923) Antidromic action: Part I. The Journal of Physiology. 57: 428-46
Langley JN. (1923) The vascular dilatation caused by the sympathetic and the course of vaso‐motor nerves The Journal of Physiology. 58: 70-73
Langley JN, Uyeno K. (1922) The secretion of sweat: Part II. The effect of vaso-constriction and of adrenaline. The Journal of Physiology. 56: 206-26
Langley JN. (1922) The secretion of sweat: Part I. Supposed inhibitory nerve fibres on the posterior nerve roots. Secretion after denervation. The Journal of Physiology. 56: 110-9
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