Immunologists who won the Nobel Award (1901-2011) for noble contribution

Immunologists who won Nobel Award from 1901 to 2011

  • 1901, Emil von Behring for contribution of Diptheria and Tetanus toxins
  • 1905, Robert Koch for contribution of Cellular immunity to tuberculosis
  • 1908, Elie Metchnikoff for contribution of Role of phagocytosis
  • 1908, Paul Ehrlich for contribution of Antitoxins in immunity
  • 1913, Charles Richet for contribution of Anaphylaxis
  • 1919, Jules Bordet for contribution of Complement- mediated bacteriolysis
  • 1930, Karl Landsteiner for contribution of Discovery of human blood groups
  • 1951, Max Theiler for contribution of Development of yellow fever vaccine
  • 1957, Daniel Bovet for contribution of Antihistamines
  • 1960, F. Macfarlane Burnet and Peter Medawar for contribution of Discovery of acquired immunological tolerance
  • 1972, Rodney R. Porter and Gerald M. Edelman for contribution of Chemical structure of antibodies
  • 1977, Rosalyn R. Yallow for contribution of Development of radioimmunoassay
  • 1980, George Snell, Jean Dausset and Baruj Benacerraf contribution of for Major histocompatibility complex
  • 1984, Cesar Milstein and George E. Kohler for contribution of Monoclonal antibodies
  • 1984, Niels K. Jerne for contribution of Immune regulatory theories
  • 1987, Susumu Tonegawa for contribution of Gene rearrangement in antibody production
  • 1991, E. Donnall Thomas and Joseph Murry for contribution of Transplantation immunology
  • 1996, Peter C. Doherty and Rolf M. Zinkernagel for contribution of Role of major histocompatibility complex in antigen recognition by T cells
  • 2011, Bruce A. Beutler and Jules Hoffiman for contribution of Activation of Innate Immunity
  • 2011, M. Steinmann for contribution of Dendritic cells and their role in adaptive immunity

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