Ragnar Granit

Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden 
"Ragnar Granit"

(1900 - 1991)
The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1967 was awarded jointly to Ragnar Granit, Haldan Keffer Hartline and George Wald for their discoveries concerning the primary physiological and chemical visual processes in the eye.

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Granit R, Ratliff F. (1985) Haldan Keffer Hartline: 22 December 1903-18 March 1983. Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society. Royal Society (Great Britain). 31: 261-92
Granit R. (1982) Multiple roles of muscular afferents Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 5: 547
Granit R. (1979) Symposium on reflex control of posture and movement. Opening lecture: Some comments on "Tone". Progress in Brain Research. 50: xvii-xix
Granit R. (1979) Interpretation of supraspinal effects on the gamma system. Progress in Brain Research. 50: 147-54
Granit R. (1979) Opening Lecture Some Comments on "tone" Progress in Brain Research. 50: xvii-xix
Granit R, Pompeiano O. (1979) Preface Progress in Brain Research. 50: v-vi
Granit R. (1979) The case for 'relevance' in sensorimotor physiology Trends in Neurosciences. 2: 17-18
Granit R. (1978) The significance of antidromic potentiation and induced activity in the retina. Medical Biology. 56: 44-51
Granit R. (1978) Breaking down open doors Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 1: 152
Evarts EV, Granit R. (1976) Relations of reflexes and intended movements. Progress in Brain Research. 44: 1-14
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