SIR BERNARD KATZ - AUTOGRAPH - HFSID 201791
Sale Price $90.00
5x3 card signed by the 1970 Nobel Prize winner, in black ink
Signature: "Bernard Katz", 5x3 card. German-born British biophysicist Bernard Katz (1911-2003) fled Germany in 1935, and soon began a distinguished research career at University College London. Katz focused on the neurochemistry of synapses, the junctions through which nerve cells communicate with each other, and with other cells. With American biochemist Julius Axelrod and Swedish physiologist Ulf von Euler, Katz was awarded the 1970 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for discoveries concerning the activation, inactivation and storage mechanisms of neurotransmitters, chemicals in the body that stimulate nerve and muscle cells. Katz fought for his adopted country as an RAF radar officer in World War II. Light show through from file note on verso (unknown hand) at upper left blank corner. Fine condition.
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