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- John James Rick·ard [rik-erd] /ˈrɪk ərd/, 1876–1935, Scottish physiologist: one of the discoverers of insulin; Nobel Prize in medicine 1923.
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- John James Rickard. 1876–1935, Scottish physiologist: shared the Nobel prize for physiology or medicine (1923) with Banting for their part in discovering insulin
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Macleod(mə-kloud′)John James Rickard 1876-1935
- British physiologist. He shared a 1923 Nobel Prize for the discovery and successful clinical application of insulin.
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