David Nachmansohn

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David Nachmansohn (1899-1983) was a German-Jewish biochemist responsible for elucidating the role of phosphocreatine in energy production in the muscles, as well as nerve stimulation by the neurotransmitter acetylcholine.[1]

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  1. ^ {{Citation. He was the uncle of Leah Rabin, wife of israeli prime minister Yitzchak Rabin | last = Ochoa | first = Severo | author-link = | year = 1989 | date = | publication-date = | contribution = | contribution-url = | editor-last = Sherman | editor-first = E. J. | editor-link = | editor2-last =National Academy of Sciences | editor2-first = | editor2-link = | title = David Nachmansohn | edition = | series = Biographical Memoirs | place = | publication-place = | publisher = National Academies Press | volume = 58 | pages = 357–404 | isbn = 978-0-309-03938-3 | url = http://fermat.nap.edu/books/030903938X/html/357.html }}[dead link]

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