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Sir Hans Adolf Krebs (1900-1981), Biochemist

Sitter in 12 portraits
Biochemist; born in Germany, Krebs emigrated to Britain in 1933, studied at Cambridge and later taught at Sheffield and Oxford. His discovery in 1937 of the 'Krebs cycle' of chemical reactions was critical to the understanding of cell metabolism and earned him, with Fritz Lipmann, the 1953 Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine.

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Sir Hans Adolf Krebs

by Keystone Press Agency Ltd
modern resin print from original negative, 23 October 1953
NPG x88332

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Sir Hans Adolf Krebs

by Walter Stoneman
half-plate glass negative, 8 May 1947
NPG x188728

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Sir Hans Adolf Krebs

by Walter Stoneman
half-plate glass negative, 8 May 1947
NPG x188729

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Sir Hans Adolf Krebs

by Elliott & Fry
vintage print, April 1958
NPG x90166

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Sir Hans Adolf Krebs

by Walter Stoneman
bromide print, February 1958
NPG x168801

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Sir Hans Adolf Krebs

by Elliott & Fry
quarter-plate negative, 1958
NPG x82878

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Sir Hans Adolf Krebs

by Bassano Ltd
half-plate film negative, 23 March 1961
NPG x170793

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Sir Hans Adolf Krebs

by Bassano Ltd
half-plate film negative, 23 March 1961
NPG x170794

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Sir Hans Adolf Krebs

by Bassano Ltd
half-plate film negative, 23 March 1961
NPG x170795

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Sir Hans Adolf Krebs

by Bassano Ltd
half-plate film negative, 18 July 1967
NPG x172279

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Sir Hans Adolf Krebs

by Bassano Ltd
half-plate film negative, 18 July 1967
NPG x172280

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Sir Hans Adolf Krebs

by Godfrey Argent
bromide print, 17 December 1969
NPG x165940