Definition of Sir frederick grant banting

1. Noun. Canadian physiologist who discovered insulin with C. H. Best and who used it to treat diabetes(1891-1941).

Exact synonyms: Banting, F. G. Banting
Generic synonyms: Physiologist



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Sir Edward Victor Appleton
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Sir Edwin Landseer Luytens
Sir Edwin Lutyens
Sir Ernst Boris Chain
Sir Francis Bacon
Sir Francis Drake
Sir Francis Galton
Sir Fred Hoyle
Sir Frederick Ashton
Sir Frederick Gowland Hopkins
Sir Frederick Grant Banting
Sir Frederick William Herschel
Sir Galahad
Sir Gawain
Sir Geoffrey Wilkinson
Sir George Otto Trevelyan
Sir George Paget Thomson
Sir Geraint
Sir Hans Adolf Krebs
Sir Harold George Nicolson
Sir Harold Walter Kroto
Sir Harry MacLennan Lauder
Sir Henry Bessemer
Sir Henry Joseph Wood
Sir Henry Maxmilian Beerbohm

Literary usage of Sir frederick grant banting

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1. Canada: Pacific Coast, the Rockies, Prairie Provinces, and the Territories by Nicola Förg (1998)
"Canadian physician sir frederick grant banting (1891-1941) and his team discovered insulin, a substance which is used to control diabetes. In 1923. ..."

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