E. H. J. Schuster (1897-1969)

@article{Paton1973EHJ,
  title={E. H. J. Schuster (1897-1969)},
  author={William D. M. Paton and C G Phillips},
  journal={Notes and Records of the Royal Society of London},
  year={1973},
  volume={28},
  pages={111 - 117}
}
EDGAR SCHUSTER, a member of a distinguished family, was one of that select group of men who devote themselves, not to personal research, but to helping the research of others. His contribution to physiological and pharmacological science, and the help he gave to many Fellows of the Society, notably to G. L. Brown and H. H. Dale, was characteristic and indispensable. The detail of much of his achievement can no longer be recovered, but in what follows we attempt to sketch his career and his… Expand
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A circulating scheme for recording respiratory metabolism
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THE apparatus was originally designed and made at the suggestion of Dr Lovatt Evans, and in its original form was intended to record the oxygen consumption of an ansesthetised animal breathingExpand