Prof. J. J. Abel, For. Mem. R.S

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NEWS of the death of John Jacob Abel on May 26 last was received with the deepest regret by pharmacologists all over the world as well as by a much wider circle of those who knew the man himself and could assess the value of his work and influence in advancing medical knowledge generally. He was one of the few surviving links with the beginnings of pharmacology as a separate discipline.

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GUNN, J. Prof. J. J. Abel, For. Mem. R.S. Nature 142, 242–243 (1938). https://doi.org/10.1038/142242a0

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