Hans Adolf Krebs

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Sir Hans Adolf Krebs
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Born 25 August 1900(1900-08-25)
Hildesheim, German Empire
Died 22 November 1981(1981-11-22) (aged 81)
Oxford, Ingland, Unitit Kinrick
Naitionality German
Citizenship Naituralised Breetish (frae 1939)
Alma mater Varsity o Göttingen
University of Freiburg
Varsity o Berlin
Varsity o Hamburg
Kent for Krebs cycle
Krebs–Henseleit solution
Krebs–Henseleit cycle
Glyoxylate cycle
Hauf-marrae(s) Margaret Cicely Fieldhouse (m. 1938)
Childer Paul, John, and Helen
Awairds Albert Lasker Awaird for Basic Medical Research (1953)
Nobel Prize in Pheesiology or Medicine (1953)
Ryal Medal (1954)
Copley Medal (1961)
Scientific career
Fields Internal medicine, biochemistry
Institutions Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Biology
Varsity o Hamburg
Varsity o Cambridge
Varsity o Sheffield
Varsity o Oxford

Sir Hans Adolf Krebs (25 August 1900 – 22 November 1981)[1][2][3][4][5] wis a German-born Breetish physeecian an biochemist.[6] He wis the pioneer scientist in study o cellular respiration, a biochemical process in leevin cells that extracts energy frae fuid an oxygen an maks it available tae drive the processes o life.[7][8] He is best kent for his diskiveries o twa important sequences o chemical reactions that tak place in the cells o humans an mony ither organisms, namely the citric acid cycle an the urea cycle.

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  2. Weber, George (2001). "Sir Hans A. Krebs Centenary Lecture: cancer and clinical targeting". Advances in Enzyme Regulation. 41 (1): 1–29. doi:10.1016/S0065-2571(00)00026-1. PMID 11417529. 
  3. Gibbons, Marion Stubbs, Geoff (2000). "Hans Adolf Krebs (1900–1981)...His Life and Times". IUBMB Life (International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology: Life). 50 (3): 163–166. doi:10.1080/152165400300001462. 
  4. Raju, Tonse NK (1999). "The Nobel Chronicles". The Lancet. 353 (9164): 1628. doi:10.1016/S0140-6736(05)75758-5. PMID 10334294. 
  5. Kantha, S. Sri (1991). "The question of nepotism in the award of Nobel prizes: A critique of the view of Hans Krebs". Medical Hypotheses. 34 (1): 28–32. doi:10.1016/0306-9877(91)90061-3. PMID 2056924. 
  6. "Sir Hans Adolf Krebs". Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc. Retrieved 26 July 2014. 
  7. Leigh, F W (2009). "Sir Hans Adolf Krebs (1900–81), pioneer of modern medicine, architect of intermediary metabolism". Journal of Medical Biography. 17 (3): 149–154. doi:10.1258/jmb.2009.009032. PMID 19723965. 
  8. Edsall, John T (1993). "Master of metabolic cycles". Nature. 366 (6454): 417–418. Bibcode:1993Natur.366..417E. doi:10.1038/366417a0.