David Keilin: diferenças entre revisões

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Conhecido em especial pelo redescobrimento e pesquisas da [[proteína]] respiratória [[citocromo]].
His family returned to [[Warsaw]] early in his youth. He did not attend school until age ten due to ill health and [[asthma]]. Only seven years later, in 1904, he enrolled in the [[University of Liège]]. He later studied at [[Magdalene College, Cambridge]] and became a British citizen.
He became research assistant to [[George Nuttall]], first [[Quick Professor of Biology]] at the [[University of Cambridge]], in 1915, and spent the rest of his career there, succeeding Nuttall as Quick Professor and director of the Molteno Institute in 1931. He retired in 1952.
He made extensive contributions to [[entomology]] and [[parasitology]] during his career. He published thirty-nine papers between 1914 and 1923 on the reproduction of lice, the life-cycle of the horse bot-fly, the respiratory adaptations in fly larvae, and other subjects.
He is most known for his research and rediscovery of [[cytochrome]] in the 1920s (he invented the name). It had been discovered by C. A. McMunn in 1884, but that discovery had been forgotten or misunderstood.
He was elected a Fellow of the [[Royal Society]] in 1926. He won its [[Royal Medal]] in 1939 and its [[Copley Medal]] in 1951.
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{{Medalha Copley (1951 — 2000)}}
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