Definition of Dale, Sir Henry Hallett in English:

Dale, Sir Henry Hallett

proper noun

  • (1875–1968), English physiologist and pharmacologist. He investigated the role of histamine in anaphylactic shock and allergy and the role of acetylcholine as a natural neurotransmitter. Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine (1936), shared with Otto Loewi.

Pronunciation:

Dale, Sir Henry Hallett

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