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Hodgkin, Alan L.

 
Sir Alan Lloyd Hodgkin is a scientist who studied the electrical properties of the neurons and axons of Loligo squid. He, along with Sir Andrew Huxley, and Sir John Eccles won the Nobel prize in Physiology in 1963 for this work.


1914 - 1998
(5-Feb-1914 to 20-Dec-1998)
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