. New Dictionary of Scientific Biography, 24, 567-573.
(1) Albert Szent-Gyorgyi
, "Oxydation, energy transfer, and vitamins," Nobel lecture, December 11, 1937.
Michael Woods, "Albert Szent-Gyorgyi
," The World & I, December 1986.
In 1990, he received the title of Extraordinary Professor from the Albert Szent-Gyorgyi
Medical University in Szeged, and in 1997, the University Medical School in Pecs nominated him as appointed professor.
was honored and bestowed the Nobel Prize for his biochemical discoveries.
Nobel laureate in medicine, Professor Albert Szent-Gyorgyi
, even in the middle of the 20th century, already commented that without the concept of energy of physics, molecular research might, just as well, study a dead meat.
(1) Stem Cells and Eye Research Laboratory, Department of Ophthalmology, Faculty of Medicine, Albert Szent-Gyorgyi
Clinical Center, University of Szeged, Szeged, Hungary
Ascorbic acid was first isolated from plant and animal tissue by the Hungarian-American biochemist Albert Szent-Gyorgyi
(1893-1986) isolated this substance in 1928 during enzyme research and renamed it ascorbic acid.
Free Radical: Albert Szent-Gyorgyi
and The Battle over Vitamin C By Ralph W.
I first saw Professor Albert Szent-Gyorgyi
in action in 1945 just after he had taken over the newly created chair of biochemistry at the medical school in Budapest.