Dr. Albert Schatz (1920-2005) joined the staff of the Science Education Department at Temple University’s College of Education in 1969. He was responsible for developing courses, programs and research activities for people interested in the teaching of biology.
Dr. Schatz is internationally known for his scientific research, and in 1977, he was decorated by the Government of France for meritorious service to humanity. In a study which drew worldwide interest he showed that fluoridation of drinking water in Chile markedly increased infant mortality and the death rate of the population in general.
His most important work, and the major subject of this collection, concerns the discovery of the first effective drug against tuberculosis – the drug streptomycin – in 1943-44.
These papers trace Dr. Schatz’s role in the discovery of streptomycin and the subsequent lawsuit over the rights to its ownership. They include published news reports, court papers, and correspondence with other researchers who contributed to the discovery, including the head researcher, Dr. Selman A. Waksman.
The lawsuit determined that Dr. Schatz was the “legal and scientific co-discover” of streptomycin, with Dr Waksman. In 1952, however, the Nobel Prize in Medicine for the discovery of streptomycin went to Dr. Waksman, to the exclusion of Dr. Schatz, and initiated another round of public debate.
The records contain the letters drawn up by Dr. Schatz’s colleagues to the Nobel Prize Committee, a private letter from Dr. Schatz to King Gustav VI of Sweden and extensive news coverage of the relevant events.
A small unrelated group of articles on “Twerpwyck University” shows Dr. Schatz’s less serious side in his satires on the bureaucratic side of academic life.
Inventory compiled by Mrs. Albert Schatz, 2007.
Streptomycin, an antiobiotic agent produced by Acteromycetes Griseus
Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ. July 1945 (PhD)
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1 1 Albert Schatz- Resume (undated 1980s?)
2 Schatz Publications 1994-1976 (bibliography, 21 p.)
3 Schatz – Books and Articles for Newspapers and Magazines (1p. reelected list)
4 Schatz – Honorary Degrees Medals and Awards Honorary Membership (1p. list)
5 Assorted Schatz publications on exhibit at Cook College on the 175th Anniversary April 12-April 13, 2002 (1p. list)
6 Schatz’s Early Years on his grandfather’s Farm in Bozrah, Conn.-1925 (variant type-script; autobiographical essay circa 1995)
7 Living on A Farm in Connecticut Was a Tough, Rough Life Sylvia Kirschblum, Newtown, Conn. (author unknown; similar story to Schatz’s early years on a farm)
8 Schtaz’s article in the Passaic High School Newspaper – at age 1 (student essay – published April 9, 1936 -2p.)
9 Sctatz, A. “My early years on a farm, and Joffe’s influence on me at Rutgers.”
10 Schatz: Rutgers Undergraduate Courses 38-42 (transcript, 1p.)
11 Photo of Schatz, A. producing streptomycin in the basement Laboratory at Rutgers University for the first guinea pig test at the Mayo Clinic
12 Schatz: Graduate Course Work 6/42-7/45 (transcript, 2p.)
13 Schatz Notebook Summary May-Nov. 1941
14 Schatz Notebook Summary 6/30/43-3/15/44
15 Waksman letters to Schatz (in Army) 11/14/42, 2/1/43, 4/15/43, 4/14/43 in receipt of 3 cultures Schatz sent him which had Antibiotic activity
16 Schatz experience in World War II, Nov ’42 to June ’43 (autobiographical essay; 2003; 2p.)
17 Schatz/Waksman 3/31/43 Re his study of the carrier rate of Meningococcal meningitis while he was in the army medical Laboratory
18 Waksman/Schatz 42, 46, 47, 48 about Schatz’s scientific work and job opportunities (Waksman’s correspondence to Schatz)
19 Letter from Dept. Secretary, Elizabeth Clark, to Mrs. Schatz, Albert Schatz’s Mom, re Albert’s pneumonia 1/44
20 Letter from Miss Hauce (Aug. 1945) Albert’s High School English Teacher
21 Starkey letters to Schatz (in Army) 11/18/42, 12/11/42, 4/1/43
22 Strain Specificity and Production of Antibiotic Substances, Waksman, Schatz, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences Vol.29, Feb. 1943
23 Streptomycin, a Substance Exhibiting Antibiotic Activity Against Gram-Positive and Gram-Negative Bacteria Schatz, Bugie and Waksman Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 1944
24 Effect of Streptomycin and Other Antibiotic Substances upon Mycobacterium Tuberculosis and Related Organisms Schatz, A. and Waksman, S. Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 1944 (The photographs were taken by Julius Schatz, Albert’s father)
25 Control of Gram – Negative Bacteria in Experimental Animals by Streptomycin Doris Jones, H.J. Metzger, A. Schatz, S. Waksman Science, Aug. 4, 1944
26 Original test tubes – (Now at the Smithsonian) Albert sealed the large test tube with S. griseous on Oct. 19, 1943 to take home to his parents. He sealed the small test tube with streptomycin on Feb. 1944 also to take to his parents. (photos, essays, and correspondence regarding streptomycin test tubes)
27 Isolation Antibiotic Substances from Soil Microorganism, with Special Reference to streptothicism and Streptomycin Waksman, S, Bugie, E, and Schatz, A. Proceedings of the Staff Meetings of the Mayo Clinic, Nov. 15, 1944
28 Strain Specificity and Production of Antibiotic Substances IV variations among Actimonycetes, with Special Reference to Actimomyces Griseus Schatz, A and Waksman, S. National Academy of Science May 1945
29 Strain Specificity and Production of Antibiotic Substances. VI Strain Variation and Production of Streptothricin by Actinomyces Lavendulae Waksman, S. and Schatz, A. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, July, 1945.
30 A Review…Streptomycin Waksman, S. and Schatz, A. Journal of The American Pharmaceutical Association vol. VI, No.11, November 1945
31 Streptomycin Patent Application Waksman, S. and Schatz, A. Jan. 31, 1945
32 Merck to Waksman 2/14/45 Cancels 1940 contract with Waksman
33 Agreement between Waksman and Rutgers Research and Endowment Foundation 2/14/45 Waksman to receive 20% of net profit from streptomycin Schatz didn’t know about this agreement until he sued in 1950
34 Waksman gets all the credit for Streptomycin. Schatz is there in photo-op but no identification of Schatz in photos. Liberty Magazine June 30, 1945
35 Passaic Youth Discovers Drug That May Stamp Out TB July 2, 1945 The Herald News, Passaic, N.J.
36 The Story of Streptomycin, Its Production and Chemistry, Waksman, S. and Schatz, A. The Journal of Commerce, 4/18/46
37 Streptomycin – Early Ure-Free May 6, ’46 Paterson Evening News
38 The History of Streptomycin, Schatz, A. 1946, N.Y. State Department of Public Health Laboratories
39 Schatz Attends Florey Luncheon, Passaic Herald News – Sept. 18, 1946
40 Letter from Sam Cohen to Schatz 12/4/46 re Waksman Sam was the janitor I the building where Waksman and his graduate students worked. He knew all the gossip.
41 Streptomycin articles – early ’45, ’46, ’48, ’49, '50 Waksman gets all the credit
42 Streptomycin, its Nature and Practical Application Waksman, S. Williams & Wilkins Company
43 Streptomycin Patent Assignment (Original) Waksman, S. and Schatz, A. 61646
44 New Antibiotic Fights Tuberculosis and Typhoid New York World-Telegram May 4, 1946 (Waksman is landed. Schatz is in the picture but there is no mention of him in the text)
45 Streptothricin Patents Foster, J. Woodruff, B and Waksman, S ’47, ‘48
46 Streptomycin Patent Sept. 21, 1948 Waksman, S. and Schatz, A.
47 Reprint Requests 1945
48 Waksman – Radio interview 1945 No mention of Schatz
49 Joffe letters to Schatz ’46, ‘50
50 Letter from Dept. Secretary Elizabeth Clark to V. Schatz re Waksman statement 9/47
51 Canadian Patent Application Waksman, S. and Schatz, A 1/23/46
52 Black Death – Streptomycin Is A Cure 6/19/47 N. York Journal American
53 Letter from Don Johnson 2/47
54 Can Streptomycin Stamp Out Tuberculosis? Women’s Home Companion June 1947
55 Rutgers Press Release About Play “Winner Takes Life” in which S. Waksman Discovers Streptomycin April, 1948
56 Letter from Monti Reynolds to Schatz re Grisein 3/15/49
57 Letter from Waksman to Schatz 8/30/48 $500 check
58 Letter from Waksman to Schatz 10/4/48
59 Letter from Waksman to Schatz 11/16/48 $500 check
60 Letter from Waksman to Schatz 11/16/48 Returning $500 check
61 Letter from Waksman to Schatz 12/3/48 Sent check again
62 Letter from Waksman to Schatz 12/11/48 $500 check
63 Internal revenue Service – Waksman gift of $1500 in 1948
64 Letter from Schatz to Bromberg, M. June 2, 1949 re Waksman’s checks to him
65 Schatz as graduate student was co-author of 17 papers on antibiotics (bibliography from “The Antibiotic Era”; 4p.)
66 Conference on Streptomycin at Merck, in Rahway, N.J. June 20, 1945 No mention of Schatz
67 Letter from Helyar to Schatz, May 4, 1942.
68 The Distribution of Soil Microorganisms Antagonistic to Fungi Pathogenic to Mau Schatz, A. and Hazen, E.L. Mycologia, No.4, 461-477, July-August 1948.
69 The First Report of the Treatment of Tuberculosis with Combination Chemotherapy (In Spanish) Dr. Arturo Rodriquez, Medical Journal of Chile, 76:419-425, 1948.
70 Some miscellaneous observations on overcoming inhibitory effects of chelating nutrients. Hutner, S.H. and Schatz, A. 49th General Meeting, Soc. Amer. Bacteriologist. Page 33, 1949
71 A. Schatz letter to Doris Jones (Ralston) July 24, 1946. Describing his summer, the move to Albany and his plans for the future.
72 Streptomycin – Induced Chlorophyll-less Races of Euglena Provasoli, L., Hutner, S., and Schatz, A. Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 1948, 69, 279-282.
Box / Folder
1A Photostats of The File Wrapper and Contents in the U.S. Patent Office in the matter of the Letters Patent for Improvement in Streptomycin and Processes of Preparation (number 2, 449, 866; granted September 21, 1948). 27 May 1953.
Box / Folder
2 1 Waksman’s Acknowledgement of Schatz, June 19, 1947 used in the lawsuit.
2 Article about Schatz – Monterey Peninsula Herald, 11/23/48
3 Schatz letter to Waksman re $1500 gift and Waksman insistence that Schatz pay income tax on it, 3/49.
4 Letter form Waksman to Schatz, 1/29/49. Funds from streptomycin will be used for Microbiology Research Center.
5 Waksman requests Schatz sign patent assignments to foreign countries, 11/26/48, 12/3/43, 1/12/49.
6 Letter form Schatz to Waksman. Long letters demanding answers to patent assignments etc. The Rutgers Research (RREF) and Endowment Foundation didn’t answers his letters, 1/22/49
7 Letter from Waksman to Schatz replies to Schatz’ long letter. 1/28/49, long letter which truralizes Schatz’ work on streptomycin. He forwarded Schatz letter to Mr. R. Watson, attorney for the RREF.
8 Schatz Comments on Waksman’s letter of 2/8.49. He answers each of Waksman’s claims.
9 R.E. Watson, Rutgers Research & Endowment Foundation, RREF, Schatz. Reply to Schatz letter of 2/8/49. “The financial records of the Foundation are not open to inspection”. Asks Schatz to sign patents in Canada, New Zealand and Argentina.
10 Waksman Statement to Trivialize Schatz, 2/2/49. This is from the Waksman Archives at Rutgers. Schatz did not earn $75 a month. He earned $40 a month, the least of any graduate student.
11 Letters between Schatz and Watson about Canadian and New Zealand patent assignments, 4/49-7/49.
12 Canadian Patent Assignment, 3/21/49 not signed.
13 Dr. Corwin Henshar, 8/19/49. National Tuberculosis Associated sent Schatz the book “Streptomycin and Dihydrostreptomycin in Tuberculosis.
14 Starkey letter to Mr. Cliff, Secretary of the John Scott Award, 2/21/49, Waksman should get the credit for streptomycin. Schatz was just a graduate student.
15 Waksman “didn’t profit personally” Time Magazine 11/7/49 (newspaper not known) 2/22 & 23, 1946 (By 1950, Waksman had received $350,000.)
16 Letter from to Schatz Merck 2/29/49 re Merck streptomycin brochure which omits his name.
17 Schatz letters and replies re the significance of senior authorship 12/49.
18 Reynolds, Monty Schatz ’48, ’49, ’50. Reynolds and Schatz had been fellow graduate students at Rutgers. Letters are about possible jobs.
19 Replies to Bromberg letters for information about Schatz and the Discovery of Streptomycin 6/49 – 8/49 (Bromberg was getting a source of the climate for a possible Schatz lawsuit)
20 Doris Jones letters to Schatz (now Doris Ralston) 1947-1950 Doris was a staunch supporter of Albert Schatz because she had been a fellow graduate student. She gave him a Petri dish which had one of the 2 active strains of Streptomyces grieseus which Schatz isolated.
21 Doris Jones letter to M. Bromberg, 6/30/49. Very supportive of Schatz.
22 Letter from Jones to Schatz, 2/17/49 re isolation of the 2 active strains of Streptomyces griseus.
23 Letter from Stokes, Jack to Schatz, 3/27/50. Friendly letter from Pacific Grove.
24 Letter from Reynolds to Schatz, 6/27/53. Reynolds accuses Schatz of red-baiting him. Schatz was very aware of red-baiting and would never have red-baited anyone, let alone Monty. They had been good friends.
25 Schatz notes about streptomycin patent rights, 2/13/50.
26 Schatz filing of the lawsuit against Waksman, April 1950.
27 Waksman’s request to postpone the deposition, March 1950.
28 Bugie Affadavit, 1945-1948.
29 Civil Action Complaint. Schatz v Waksman, 1950.
30 Schatz notes for his lawyer, 1950.
31 Schatz lawsuit “Plaintiff’s Memorandum for Pre-trial conference”, 1950.
32 Notice to take deposition of Doris Jones, 10/30/50.
33 Patents and University Research, Palmer, A., The Scientific Monthly vol. LXVI, No. 2, Feb. 1948.
34 Research and Patent Policies and Procedures for Sponsored Research. Rutgers University, The Research Council, July
Box / Folder
3 1 Depositions from the Schatz-Waksman lawsuit, 1950 (table of contents – folders 2-25)
2 S.A. Waksman page 2-131
3 A.S. Johnson page 132-155
4 A. Dudley Watson 155-173
5 A. S. Johnson (II) 176-196
6 A. Dudley Watson (II) 196-203
7 Clara H. Wark 205-219
8 Beaudette 220-237
9 Dorothy Randolph 238-247
10 Aldridge B. Cooper 247-258A
11 Boyd Woodruff 260-297
12 William H. Martin 298-320
13 Robert Starkey 320-344
14 Walton Geiger 344-350
15 Viola Battista 351-361
16 Walter C. Russell 362-375
17 John G. Woodruff 377-386
18 Randolph T. Major 386-392
19 Mau Tishler 393-401
20 Reverdy Johnson 402-412
21 Elizabeth Gregory 413-419
22 Hilda Christine Reilly 420-439
23 Doris Jones 441-482
24 William H. Cole 484-494
Elmer Charles Easton 494-498
25 William H. Cole 496-498
26 Letters of support to Waksman re lawsuit, 3/50
27 Starkey to Reynolds re lawsuit, June 1950
28 Starkey letter to Dorcas Fasau re lawsuit, June 7, 1950
29 Filing the streptomycin lawsuit newspaper articles, March 10, 11, 12, 13, 1950
30 Newspaper articles when Waxman revealed his streptomycin Income of $350,000
31 Waksman’s Royalties, 1948-1949
Schatz income, Sept. 48 – Aug. ’49 is on page 4
32 Rutgers Is Too Smart For Its Own Good. Passaic Herald News, May 1, 1950
33 Lawsuit Settlement, December 29, 1950.
34 Eisenberg, Henry (Schatz’s lawyer) comments about the lawsuit
35 Dr. Clothier, Pres. of Rutgers University issues statement about the Waksman-Schatz settlement, 12/29/50
36 American Association for the Advancement of Science. Small article about the settlement, Jan. 19, 1951
37 McCarthyism at Rutgers during the Litigation, Early 1950’s
38 Streptomycin Litigation, Schatz v. Waksman, Jerome C. Eisenberg, Esq. (after termination of the lawsuit – date unknown)
39 The Schatz v Waksman Lawsuit, 1950 (a digital version of some of it, including letters of support for Waksman)
Avoiding litigation over faculty patents, T.E. Blackwell, College and University Business, Vol.10, No.3, page 42, March 1951.
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4 1 Martini, J.J. Letters sent to publishers re Schatz/streptomycin, 1946.
2 Correspondence between Bustinga (in Spain) and Schatz, 1947.
3 DuPoint-Radio Program, 1948 Waksman takes Full Credit
4 Perrone, P.P. Broomberg, 6/30/49. “Schatz should be credited as co-discoverer”
5 Merck, 1950 (correspondence regarding Merck)
6 Nobel Prize Deliberations in English and Swedish , 1945-1952.
7 Counterclaim for the Nobel Prize Life, Nov. 10, 1952.
8 Esquire Cartoon, February ?
9 Letter from Hutner, Seymour to Schatz, 1949 from the Haskins laboratory, Very interesting comments about Waksman and why he took all the credit.
10 Statement by William H. Feldman refusing share in the streptomycin royalties, 2/20/51.
11 Dr. Fuller (professor of botany) letter, 9/14/51, 6/11/52 re luminescent mosses.
12 Letter from Birkhaug, K re Nobel Prize, 1952.
13 Letter from Hart, P.D. re Nobel Prize, 1952.
14 Letter from Heatley, N.J. re Nobel Prize, 1952.
15 Letter from Himmelweit, F. re Nobel Prize, 1952.
16 Letter from Jacoby, Bill re Nobel Prize, 1952.
17 Letter from Conway, E.J. re Nobel Prize, 1952.
18 Letter from Jukes, J.H. re Nobel Prize, 1952.
19 Letter from Lewis, Merwin re Nobel Prize, 1952.
20 Letter from Morton, H.E. re Nobel Prize, 1952.
21 Letter from Savard, Ken to Schatz re experimental work and sympathy about Nobel Prize, 1952.
22 Waksman’s Soil Microbiology, August, 1952.
23 Letter from Schatz, A. to Feldman, Wm. November 18, 1952.
24 Letter from Feldman, Wm. To Schatz, A. December 10, 1952.
25 Letter from Feldman, Wm to Schatz, A. July 1, 1953.
26 Letter from Feldman, Wm. to Schatz, A. July 11, 1953.
27 Letter from Feldman, Wm. to Schatz, A. July 16, 1953.
28 Letter from Schatz, A. to Feldman, Wm. July 29, 1953.
29 Letter from Feldman, Wm. to Schatz, A. August 5, 1953.
30 Letter from Feldman, Wm. to Schatz, A. September 2, 1953.
31 Letter from Feldman, Ruth to Schatz, A. September 15, 1975.
32 2 letters from Rom, 1953.
33 Patent Office, 1953 re Japanese patent.
34 Letter from Loewi, Otto to Schatz, A. re Nobel Prize, April 13, 1953.
35 Miscellaneous letters, ’51, ’52, ’53.
36 Rutgers University Publications, ’48, ’51, ’52, ’53. Waksman Gets All the Credit.
37 Prof. Cesare Sibilia Minister of Agriculture & forests, Italy, 10/5/53.
38 Rutgers Institute of Microbiology (now Waksman Institute) Money from Streptomycin Royalties, June 4, 1954.
39 Society of American Bacteriologists, 1954. Waksman gets credit.
40 Beveridge, Dr. Wm., 1955.
41 Early Dental Contribution to Antibiotics, Schatz, Oct. 56, Journ. Amer. Dental Association, Vol.53.
42 20th Anniversary of Streptomycin, Passaic Herald News, June 20, 1964.
43 Streptomycin: Great Boon, Sad Story. The Herald News, 11/2/65.
1. “Outstanding Young man of the Year” award to Schatz by the
Junior Chamber of Commerce of Fairlawn, N.J. Jan. 1952 (article and correspondence)
2. Newspaper articles about Schatz protest of Nobel Prize solely to Waksman. Oct. 1952.
3. Translation from “Svensha Dagbladet”, Stockholm daily, Oct. 31, ’52 re the final decision of the Nobel Committee
4. Letters from E. Reinthaler, vice-president of the National Agricultural College, to Prof. Liljestrand, Secretary of the Nobel Committee for Medicine, protesting the award solely to Waksman 10/29/52, 11/11/52, 11/19/52.
5. Waksman’s “Comments” to Wallgren 11/11/52 Denigrates Schatz and threatens his employment opportunities.
6. Bergstrand and Liljestrand replies to RJeinthaler re Nobel award solely to Waksman 11/14/52, 11/28/52.
7. Nobel Prize Address by Waksman Schaty’s analysis of speech.
8. Letter from Schatz to King of Sweden 12/6/52 Protesting the Nobel Prize solely to Waksman.
9. Letter from King of Swen to Schatz 1/5/53.
10. “The Case for Dr. Schatz” A summary of the correspondence between the National Agricultural College and the Nobel Institute The Gleaner January 1953.
11. Nobel Prize in Physiology on Medicine Presentation Speech by Prof. Wallgren. 1952.
12. Letter from Feldman, Wm. to Stern, Kurt. 11/19/52.
13. Prof. H. Morton, Prof. U.S. non Euler. 11/52. Letters re Nobel Prize
14. Letter from South Africa. 11/52 re Nobel Prize
15. Letter from Prof. Woodbine. 1/21/53. re Nobel Prize
16. Letter from Todd, D. 11/52 re Nobel Prize
17. Letter from Stern, Kurt. 11/52 re Nobel Prize many letters
18. Letter from France re Nobel Prize. 1952
19. Letter from Feldman, Wm to Schatz 11/12/52 re credit for Nobel Prize
20. Prof. Domagk – reply to Reinthaler in German 12/30.52
21. Society for General Microbiology 1952 re Nobel Prize
22. Letter from Germany 1952 re Nobel Prize
23. Letter from Sevag, M.G. 11/18/52 re Nobel Prize
24. Letter from Sobels, J. 1/9/53 re Nobel Prize
25. Letter from Sumner, J.B. 11/18/52 re Nobel Prize
26. Letters re Nobel Prize 1952
27. Wuerthle, v. re Nobel Prize probably Oct. 1952
28. Van Neil (Hopkins Marine Station) 1952 re Nobel Prize
29. Sumner, J.B. 11/18/52 re Nobel Prize
30. Letter from Dr. S. Mudd to Nobel Committee Nov. 11, 1952 Defending Waksman
31. Letter from Stacey, M 11/24/52 re Nobel Prize
32. Letter from American Chemical Society 11/52
33. Zeuthen, Eric (Denmark) 1952 Very supportive letter and supportive newspaper articles
34. How I “Was Robbed of the Nobel Prize” Albert Schatz (written in 2002)
35. “The Story of Microbes” Newsweek, Dec. 15, 1952 Schatz, A and Riedman, S. are authors. Waksman wanted to sue Schatz over statement on book cover
36. Open Road Magazine – article about Schatz 2/53
37. Co-discover of streptomycin – Letter to the Editor of the Anti-Defamation League Bulletin 6/53
38. Schatz – Awarded one of Ten Outstanding Young Men of the Year Award by the junior Chamber of Commerce 1/54
39. Streptomycin: Some Historical Aspects of Its Development as a Chemotherapeutic Agent in Tuberculosis Feldman, Wm. The American Review of Tuberculosis June, 1954
40. Schatz “Honored in Rome for Streptomycin” Passaic – Bergue SUNDAY NEWS 2/7/54
41. Schatz at the National Agricultural College (NAC) Newspaper articles from 1952-1957 (See Box 5A for papers on soil chelation and paradoxical effects)
42. Microbial Metabolism of Carbamates II Nitrification of Arethan by Streptomyces Nitrificans Eisenberg, H., Schatz, A., Angriest, A. Schatz, V., Trelowney, G. Jour. Of Bacterial, July 1954
43. Speculations on the Ecology and Photosynthesis of the “Copper Mosses” Schatz, A. The Bryologist, vol.58, June 1955
44. A Bulla-like Endocardial Lesion in a Cow Leibovitz, L. and Schatz, A. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association Dec. 1, 1956
45. Microbial Degradation of Aorta Plaque Lipids, Lipoproteins and Related Substances Schatz, A., Adelson, L. and Bailey, C. Journal of Applied Bacteriology Vol.20, No.1, April 1957
46. Some Biochemical and Physiological Considerations Regarding the Extinction of the Dinosaurs Schatz, A. Proceedings of the Penna. Academy of Science, p.26-36 Vol. XXXI, 1957
47. On Creating Interest in Science Albert Schatz Proceedings of the Penna. Academy of Science p.90-96 Vol. XXXII 1958
48. Letter from Beveridge, W.I.B. to Martin, J.J. 4/14/1955
49. Letter from Wightman, W. to Martin, J. J. 6/5/55 re Nobel Prize
50. Ten Patents that shaped the World (Streptomycin is one of them and Schatz is mentioned) The New York Times Magazine 9/17/68
51. On a Remarkable Dental Cement Formulated by American Indians 1500 Years Ago Schatz, A., and Martini, J.J. The New York Journal of Dentistry 31:154-156 May, 1961
52. Concerning Radiosotopes in Soils Albert Schatz Compost Science Winter, 1962 Vol., No.4, p.8
53. 20tj Anniversary of the Discovery of Streptomycin The Herald News, Passaic, N.J. 7/20/64
54. Schatz honored by Chilean Medical Societies, 11/64
55. Habla el “Papa” de la Estreptomicinia (in Spanish) Ercilla, Santiago de Chile, 12/2/64
56. Schatz Honored by Physicians in Chile, National Fluoridation News, March-April, 1965
57. Antibiotics and Dentistry-Part 1 Some Personal Reflections on the Discovery of Streptomycin Vol. XV, No.4, Oct. 1965 (This is the firs time Schatz was able to tell his role in the discovery of streptomycin)
58. Algunas Reflexiones Personales Sobre Mi Descubrimiento de la Estreptomicina (Some Personal Reflections on My Discovery of Streptomycin) Schatz, A. Boletin de la Universidad de Chile agost-septiembre de 1965
59. Schatz Receives Honorary Degree from the University of Chile The Herald News and Paterson News 1/20/66
60. Schatz, A. named to Citizen Exchange Corps Paterson News 8/23/68
61. Survival of 17 patients with inoperable cancer treated with “minimal useful dose“ of cytostatic agents and radiation. Drs. A. Rodriquez, A. Schatz and 5 others Revista Medica de Chile, August 1971 (Original Spanish version included)
62. Temple University Press Release About the Schatz’s visit to Cuba in 1972
63. Schatz resigned his honorary membership (Miembro Academic) in the University of Chile on Dec. 23, 1973, to protest the Sept. 11, 1973 coup in Chile which killed Pres. Salvador Allende. Articles in local papers about his protest.
64. Schatz Honored (Professor Honorario de la facultad de Ciencas de la Universid Antonoma de Santa Domingo) September, 1966
See Box 10 for papers on the role of chelation in soil formation.
See Boxes 5B, 10, 11 for papers on paradoxical effects.
65. Metabolism of Lipids and Lipid Derivatives by a Soil Actinomycets, Adelson, L., Schatz, A., and Trelawny, G. Journal of Bacteriology, Vol. 73, No.2, p.148-153. February 1957
66. In Vitro Demyelination by Saprophytie Microflora, Schatz, A., and Adelson, L.M. Reprinted from the First International Congress of Biological Sciences held in Brussels, Belgium, July 21-28, 1957
67. Effect of Drying on Volcainic Ash Soils in Chile Scholscha, E., Gonzaley, C., Vergara, I., Galindo, G. and Schatz, A. Soil Scince Society of America Proceedings, Vol. 29, No.4, July-August 1965
68. Humans and Mother Earth: Even though Our Lives Depend on the Soil, Few Know How Soils Form and Become Fertile Schatz, V. and Schatz, A. (In Spanish) A talk given at an education conference in Washington, D.C. Oct. 1970
Collier’s. August 18, 1945.
Holiday. April 1951.
LIFE. Vol. 20, No.5; February 4, 1946.
Look. Vol. 14, No. 3; January 3, 1950.
The Merck Review. Vol. 6, No. 11; November 1945.
The New Jersey Journal of Pharmacy. June, 1956.
The Reader’s Digest. Vol. 53, No, 319; November, 1948.
Rutger’s Alumni Monthly. Vol. 25, No.6; March 1946.
The Saturday Evening Post. December 8, 1945.
The Saturday Evening Post. January 15, 1949.
Saturday Review. September 6, 1958.
Scope. Vol. 2, No. 4; January 1947.
Squib Memoranda. Vol. 25, No. 4; December 1946.
The Story of Streptomycin. 1946.
Streptomycin as an Adjunct Treatment of Tuberculosis. January 1948.
This Week Magazine. (The New York Herald Tribune). August 23, 1953.
This Week Magazine. (The Sunday Bulletin, Philadelphia). August 30, 1953.
Thrilling Wonder Stories. Vol. 25, No. 3; Winter, 1945.
Tile and Till. Vol. 32, No. 2; March 1946.
TIME. Vol. 54, No. 19; November 7, 1949.
What’s New. July – August 1947.
Woman’s Home Companion. June 1947.
Woman’s Home Companion. February 1952.
Alumnae Bulletin (New Jersey College for Women). October 1951.
American Druggist. Vol. 113, No. 6; June 1946.
The American Magazine. Vol. 153, No. 3; March 1952.
American Professional Pharmacist. Vol. 10, No. 9; September 1944.
American Professional Pharmacist. Vol. 11, No. 3; March 1945.
Antibiotic Agents… 1944.
Argosy. Vol. 330, No. 4; April 1950.Business Week. March 25, 1950.
The Doctors Talk It Over (Radio Interview Broadcast). October 16, 1945 (2 copies).
The Glass Packer. November 1945.
The Gleaner. January 1953.
Liberty. June 30, 1945 (2 copies).
The Merck Report. October 1945.
The Merck Report. April 1946.
The Merck Report. July 1951.
The Merck Review. Vol. 6, No 11; November 1945.
Modern Medicine. Vol. 24, No. 8; August 1946.
New Jersey Agriculture. Vol. 27, No. 1: January – February, 1945.
The New Jersey Journal of Pharmacy. April 1946.
New Modern Drugs. October 1946.
The New Yorker. July 28, 1951 (2 copies).
Newsweek. Vol. 90, No. 25; December 15, 1952.
The Odyssey. January 1951.
Open Road. February 1953.
Physician’s Bulletin. May – June 1946.
Physician’s Bulletin. March – April 1947.
Quick. (German Publication) April 11, 1959.
Reader’s Digest. Vol.47, No. 283; November 1945.
Reader’s Digest. Vol. 53, No. 319; November 1948.
R.N. November 1946.
Science Newsletter. February 10, 1945.
Science Newsletter. Vol. 49, No. 9; March 2, 1946.
Squib Memoranda. June 1946.
Tile and Till. Vol. 32, No. 3; May 1946.
TIME. Vol. 97. No. 25; June 24, 1946.
TIME. Vol. 55, No. 12; March 20, 1950.
Today in Pharmacy. June 1946.
1. Newspaper article about Schatz & Martin and proteolysis-chelation, 1953-1964.
2. Chelation, or Metal-Binding, As a New Approach to the Problem of Dental “Caries (Martin, Isenberg, Schatz, V., Trelawny and Albert Schatz) Aug. 1954. Euclides; revista menusal de ciencias exactas, fisicas, quicicas quimicas, naturales y applicaciones tecnicas. Spain 14:311-317, 1954.
3. Rocks and Truth Waldemar Kaempffert N.Y. Times, oct. 17, 1954.
4 Press releases about the proteolysis chelation theory of tooth decay 1954, 1955, 1956 Issued by the National Agricultural College
5 New Concepts of Dental Caries (Schatz, A. and Martin, J.J.) Dental World Vol II, No.2 1955?
6. Don’t Brush Your Teeth! Old Theory On Tooth Decay Blasted by Research Lab. The Gleaner, National Agricultural College, Dec. 1955.
7. Speculations on lactobacilli and acid as possible anti-caries factors, Oct. 1955 (Schatz, A. and Martin, J.J.) N.U. State Dental Journal, Vol. 21, No.8 (Also Journal of the Southern California State Dental Assoc. Vol. XXIV, No.5, May 1956 (Also in German)
8. Keratin Utilization by Oral Microflore (Schatz, A. and Martin, J.J.) 1955 Proceedings of the Penna. Academy of Science, Vol. XXIX. Also: Significance of Keratin – digesting microorganisms in dental caries (1955)
9. Destruction of Tooth Organic Matter by Orgal Keratinolytic Microorganisms (Schatz, A., Karlson, K., and Martin, J.J.) Nov. 1955 N.Y. State Dental Journal Vol. 21, No.9, p.438-446.
10. A Solution to the Riddle of Dental Caries? Editorial Journal of the District of Columbia Dental Society, Vol. XXX, No.5, 1955.
11. The Proteolysis – Chelation Concept of Dental Caries Editorial Annals of Dentistry Vol. XIV, No. 4, Dec. 1955
12. The Importance of Chelation for Future Caries Research H. Eggers – Liera Dental Abstracts 1:747, 1956.
13. Proteolysis-Chesation: A New Theory of Dental Caries (Marting, J., Schatz, A., Karlson, K.) Journal of the New Jersey State Dental Society. Also in Spanish in the Revista de la Associaciou Odontologica Angentian, Jan. 1956.
14. A New Approach to Dantifrices (Schatz, A., Martin, J. Karlson, K. and Schatz, V.) April 1956. The New York State Dental Journal, Vol.22, No.4, Also in Greek.
15. Biochemical Studies with Mixed Populations of Oral Bacteria (Schatz, A., Martin, J.H. and Karlson, K.) Aug. 1956. Journal of Dental Research.
16. Degradation of Enamel Organic Matter and Keratinous Proteins by Oral Proteolytic Bacteria (Schatz, A., Martin, J. and Karlson, K.) Aug. 1956. Zahnarztliche Rundschau 15: 349-352 (In German) English translation included.
17. Consultant evaluation on the proteolysis – chelation theory of ental caries. Prof. Charles Bodecker, NY State Dental Journal, Vol. 22, No.8, p.375-383.
18. The Editors Page (about Proteolysis-chelation) Dental Digest, Nov. 1956
19. …”revolutionary proteolysis chelation theory…” Editorial Staff Journal of the N.Y. State Dental society, April 1957.
20. 4th Meeting of the European Organization on Fluorine and Dental Caries Prevention – Malmo – Sweden June 14-17th, 1957
21. International Dental Congress Rome, Sept. 1957.
22. Some Philosophical Considerations on the Proteolysis-Chelation Theory of Dental Caries (Schatz, A., Karloon, K., Mrtin, J., Schatz, V. and Adelore) 1957 (Published in Greek with an English translation) Stomatologia 14:35-72
23. The Proteolysis-Chelation Theory: Applications to Caries and Erosion (Schatz, A., karlson, K., Martin, J. and Schatz, V.) 1957 Annals of Dentistry, Vol. SVI, No. 2, June 1957 – also Reprinted in the Pakistan Dental Review Vol. VIII, No.22, April 1958.
24. The Proteolysis-chelatin theory of dental caries-Studies on the metabolism oforal proteolytic microflora (Schatz, A., Karlson, K, Martin, J., Schatz, V.) Odontologisk Revy. Vol.8, 1957, No.3
25. Some comments on chelation by oral bacterial products (Schatz, A. & Martin, J.) Journal of the Norwegian Dental Association, October 1957, Vol.68, No.8
26. Proteolysis-Chelation Concept of Dental Caries- A New Approach to an Old Problem (Julius Godwin) The Journal of the Missouri State Dental Association, Dec. 1957, Vol.37, No.10
27. A reply to Mandel and Ellison’s comments on the proteolysis-chelation theory (Schatz, A., Martin, J. and Adelson, L.) May, 1957 The New York State Dental Journal, Vol. 23, No.5. Also reprinted in the Pakistan Dental Review, Vol. VIII, No.3, July 1958
28. Some Considerations about Dental Caries and the Proteolysis Chelation Theory Schatz, A., Martin, J. and Schatz, V. (In French) Also Caries and Chelation, Charles Leimgruber Revista B. Sc. Dent. Vol. 13, N.4, 1958
29. The Proteolysis-Chelation Theory of Dental Caries-Variations in Enzyme Susceptibility of Adolescent Keratins Schatz, A., Martin, J., Adelson, C. and Trelawny, B. N.Y. University Journal of Dentistry, Jan. 58, Vol.16, No.2
30. Oral Microbiology and Infections Diseases A Review by Albert Schatz. The N.Y. State Dental Journal, Vol. 24, No.2, p.102-103, Feb. 1958
31. Proteolysis-Chelation Theory of Dental Caries A “Discussion” International Dental Journal, Vol.8, No.2, June 1958. A. Schatz is part of the discussion.
32. Caries Dental: Modern Concepts of Etiology and Pathogenesis: Round Table Discussion with an introduction by Dr. A. Schatz. International Dental Journal, 8:416-419, 1958.
33. Some Perspectives of Dental Caries Research: Microbiological and Biochemicial Considerations Schatz, A. and Martini, J. J. Annals of Dentistry, Vol. SVII, No.1, March 1958.
34. Une Norwelle Conception de la Carie Dentavie Martin, J., Schatz, A., Karloom, K. (French) La Voix Dentave Paris Mai 1958.
35. Some Philosophical Considerations On the Proteolysis-Chelation Theory of Dental Caries Schatz, A., Karlson, K., Martini, J., Schatz, V., and Adelson, L. Proceedings of the Penna. Academy of Science, p.20-48, Vol.XXXII, 1958.
36. Some Philosophical Considerations on the Proteolysis-Chelation Theory of Dental Caries (Schatz, A., Karlson, K., Martini, J., Schatz, V. and Adelson, L.) Palistan Dental Review, No.IX, No.1, January 1959. (Published originally in Greek in Stomatologia in 1957)
37. Opportunities for Creativity in Dental Research Editorial The NY Journal of Dentistry Vol.29, No.1, Jan. 1959
38. Looking forward (See p.83 for proteolysis-chelation) Sir Arthur Ames Australian Dental Journal, Vol.4, No.2, April, 1959
39. The proteolysis-chelation theory of dental caries: studies on the metabolism of oral proteolytic microfloru Schatz, A., Karlson, K., Martini, J. and Schatz, v. Pakistan Dental review, Vol. 1X, NO.2, p48-57, April 1959
40. Opportunities for Creative Research in Denatl Caries Schatz, A., Martini, J. Pakistan Dental Review, Vol.1X, No.3, p.106-121. Ki;u 1959
41. Concerning Criticism of the Proteolysis-Chelation Theory of Dental Caries. Schatz, A. and Martini, J. NY State Dental Journal, Vol25, No.7, p.285-292, Aug-Sept, 1959
42. Some considerations of Dental Caries from the point of view of the Proteolysis-Chelation Theory, Schatz, A., Martin, J. and Schatz, V. Pakistan Dental Review, Vol. 1X, No.4, October 1959
43. Proteolysis-chelation and caries (In Spanish) Schatz, A. and Schatz, V. Odontoiatria (Madria) Vol. XVI, Num 183, p.117-127, 1959. Editorial about chelatio and caries, p.155-158.
44. Schatz and Martini published an article on proteolysis-chelation in the Greek Dental Journal Stomatologia 1959 (In Greek)
45. The philosophy and theory of proteolysis-chelation (In Spanish) Schatz, A., Martini, J. and Schatz, V. Odontoiatria, Vol. XVI, No. 184 (4) p.173-178
46. A new conception of dental caries (In Spanish) Martini, J., Schatz, A. and Karlson, K. and Caries and chelation by Dr. Charles Leuingruber (In Spanish) Odontoiatria, Vol. SVI, Num 185 (5) p. 247-249
47. Opportunities for Creative Research in Dental Caries Schatz, A. and Martini, J. The New York Journal of Dentistry Vol. XXIX, No.1 and 2, p.5-10 and 47-53, January and February 1959
48. Quelques Considerations sur La Carie Dentaire en Fonction de la Theorie de Proteloyse-Chelation Schatz, A., Martini, J. and Schatz, V. Hygie 16, Jasvier 1960 (a brief summary in Italian is included)
49. “The Heritage of Dr. Maller” Lecture by Albert Schatz, Feb. 15, 1960 Bulletin of the Essex County (N>J>) Dental Society 27:4, 1960
50. Concerning criticism of the proteoloysis-chelation theory of dental caries Schatz, A. and Martini, J. Palistane Dental Review, Vol.X, No.1, January 1960
51. Proteolysis-chelation theory and the etiology of dental caries Schatz, A., Martini, J. and Schatz, V. Dental Abstracts Feb. 1960
52. Technique Trends, Dental Times, May 15, 1960. Article about proteolysis-chelation
53. The Heritage of W. D. Miller in Dentistry Proc. Penna. Academy of Science Schatz, A. and Martini, J. Vol. XXXIV, 1960
54. Some Historical Reflections on Dental Research, A Comparison of the Septic and Proteolysis-Chelation Theories of Caries Schatz, A. and Martini, J. Journal of Dental Medicine, Vol. 15, No.3, July 1960
55. The Present Status of Chelation in Dentistry Bodecher, Charles Pakistan Dental Review, Oct. 1960 (Reprinted from the New York Journal of Dentistry, April 1960)
56. The Proteolysis-Chelation Theory, Soul, D. The Dental Practitioner and Dental Record Vol. XI, No.1, Sept. 1960
57. La Laudable Rebeldia de Schatz (editorial in Spanish) Odontoiatria (Spain) Vol. XVII, p. 518-520, 1960 (An English translation is included)
58. The Proteolysis-Chelation Theory: Reprints “Proteolysis-Chelation: A New Theory of Dental Caries” from the Nov. 1955 isssue of the N.J. Dental Society by Martini, J., Schatz, A., and Karlson, K. in the N.Y. Academy of Dentistry. It’s First Thirty-Five Years Edgar S. Bacon 1960
59. Comment on a New Concept of the Etiology of Dental Caries Guest Editorial N.Y. Journal of Dentistry Vol. 30, No.10 December, 1960
60. Lactobacillus and dental caries Schatz letter to the editor Jour. Amer. Med. Assoc. Vol. 175, No.8, p. 739, Feb. 1961
61. Concerning different theories of dental caries Schatz, N.Y. State Dental Journal, Feb. 1961 The biochemical analogy between tooth resorption and caries Eggers Lura N.Y. State Dental Journal, Feb. 1961
62. New Theory of Dental Caries Explained Dental Times Vol. 4, No.2, March 15, 1961
63. What Caries Research Offers the Graduating Dentist: The Challenge of proteoloysis-chelation. Schatz, A. and Martini, J. N.Y. State Dental Journal, Vol. 27, No.3, March 1961. In Spanish in Boletin de Informacion Dental, Madrid, Nov.-Dec. 1961. Also in the Jour. Of the Philippine Dent-Assoc. Vol. XV, No. 7, July 1961
64. Concerning the Proteolysis-Chelation Theory of Dental Caries Editorial The Bulletin of the Hudson County Dental Society, Vol. 30, No.6, March 1961
65. Albert Schatz Winner of the $4,000 Dental research Prize CAL April, 1961 (newsletter article) 2p.
66. “Ostracisme ou forces occultes” Ch. Bonsack Schweizerische Monatsschrift Fur Zahnkeildeunde (Switzerland) April 1961 (In French with an English translation)
67. Some historical reflections on dental research: A comparison of the septic and proteolysis-chelation theories of caries Schatz, A. and martini, J. Pakistan Dental Review Vol. XI, No. 2, April 1961. An abstract was published in Dental Abstracts, April, 1961
68. $4,000 “Dental Research Prize” Awarded to Albert Schatz, PH.D. Journal of the Ontario Dental Association, April 1961. Also in the Minneapolis District Dental Journal, June, 1961
69. On a Remarkable Dental Cement Formulated by American Indians 1500 Yeas Ago Schatz, A. and Martini, J. This article appeared in 4 journals. N.Y. State Journal of Dentistry, May 1961; The Journal of the Tenn. Dental Assoc., Oct. 1961; Odontologiesha Foreningens Tidshrift, 1961 (Sweden); Pakistan Dental Review, October 1961
70. Acid Theory of Dental Caries Challenged Editorial by A.R. Weber Bulletin of the Cincinnati Dental Society Vol. XXX, No.5, May 1961
71. What Is Proteolysis-Chelation? Schatz, A. and Martini, J. Lebanese Dental Magazine, July 1961
72. The Heritage of W. D. Miller in Dentistry Schatz, A. and Martin, J. Pakistan Dental Review Vol. XI, No. 3, July 1961
73. What Is Proteolysis-Chelation? Schatz, A. and Martin, J.J. The Journal of the Philippine Dental Association Vol. XV, No. 9, Sept. 1961
74. Letter to the Editor of Dental Times, Schatz, A. and Martin, J. Oct. 15, 1961
75. Qu’est-ce que la chilation? Dr. Ch. Leimgrieber Swiss journal 1961
76. “Fear of change Is the Embalmer of Progress” Schatz, A. and Martin, J. N.Y. State Dental Journal, Vol. 27, No.8, Oct. 1961
77. What is Proteolysis-Chelation? Stomatologia, Vol. 18, Nol.1 Athens, Greece 1961 (An English version) Schatz, A. and Martin, J.
78. Caries Research in Japan and England: a review of three important papers Schatz, A. New York State Dental Journal No.27, 1961
79. Is Dental Caries Caused by Proteolysis Chelation? Brief No.52 Schatz, A. and Martin, J. 1961
80. Leptolhrix in drinking water in relating to the chelation theory Lilkes, K., (Hungarian) Fogrov. Sgle 54:40-45, 1961
81. A comparison of the acid and proteolysis-chelation theories of dental caries (In German) Schatz, A. and Martin, J. Karies, Zahnbetter Krankungen, Munder Krankengen Heft 9, Sept 1961
82. Nutrition and Caries – a few observations in experimental animals Dalderup, L.M. Drukerij Verdonk-Amsterdam 1959 p.14-16, 43, 62-62, 94
83. Dr. Charles F. Bodecker mention Schatz in the Oct. 1955 issue of the New York State Dental Journal
1. The Proteolysis-chelation concept of dental caries merits testing, Charles Bodecher, NY State Dental Journal, Vol. 23, No.5, May 1957 also: Insipient caries lesions, Oct. 1962. Enamel Fissure eradication (1964)
2. Proteolysis-Chelation Theory of Caries Letter to the Editor Schatz, A. and Martin, J. British Dental Journal Vol. 112, No.2, p.45-46, Jan. 16, 1962
3. Decalcification by Acid or by Proteolysis-Chelation? (Italian) Albioni, E. and Mercucci, M. Revista Italiana di Stomatologia 1962
4. An experimental device to investigate the proteolysis-chelation theory of dental caries (Italian) Marcucci, A. Revista Italiana de Stomatologia, Vol. 17, No.8, 1962
5. On a Remarkable Dental Cement Formulated by American Indians 1500 Years Ago, Schatz, A. and Martin, J. Oral Health, June 1962, Vol.52, No.6
6. Some recent developments in caries research. Schatz, A. NY State Dental Journal 28:119-122, 1962.
7. How Important is Chelation as a Demineralizing Mechanism in Oral Pathology? Schatz, A. From the book “Some Problems in Oral Health edited by Appleton, English, Levy and McFall p.14-17
8. Criticism of the Proteolysis-Chelation Theory of Dental Caries and a Critique of the Critics N.Y. State Dental Journal 28:128-129, 1962
9. Bulletin of the NY State Society of Dentistry for Children Letter to the editor by Schatz, A. and martin, J. Vol. 14, No.1, Nov. 1962
10. Soil, Water, Food, and Teeth. Schatz, A. and Martin, J. The Pakistan Dental Review, Vol. XII, No. 1, January 1962. Also in Archives of Environmental Health, Vol. 5, p.55-65, 1962.
11. The proteolysis-chelation theory of dental careis. Schatz, A. and Martin, J. The Journal of the American Dental Association. Vol. 65, Sept. 62.
12. Beitrag Zum Studium deo Widerstandsvermogens menschlicher Zahne gegen die Wirkung experimenteller Enthkalksungsfaktoren Costache, Alex. Deutsche Stomatologie Heft 7, January 1963.
13. The scientific method-editorial by Norman Ordene. The NY State Dental Journal 29:461, 1963.
14. “Ode to the Acid Lords of Yore” Pakistan-Dental Review Vol.13, No.4, October 1963. Also in Japanese in Shikaikoko (Dental Wide Outlook) Tokyo, Vol.20, No.1, Jan. 1967 and an editorial in Your Child Patient, July 1964.
15. Symposium on Dental Caries-Discussion of the Acid Theory of Miller and the Proteolysis-Chelation Theory (In Spanish) Revista Odontologica de Concepcion Special edition Concepcion, Chile, 1963.
16. Soil, Water, Food & Teeth (Spanish) Schatz, A. and Martin, J. Revista Ibero-Americana de Medicina de la Boca. Vol. 18, 1963 (Spain)
17. Changing concepts in dental caries. Schatz, A. and Martin, J. The NY State Dental Journal, Vol. 29, No.10, p.449-454, Dec. 1963.
18. Caries As A Unique Disease, Stomatologica (Greece) 20: 56-64, 1963. Schatz, A. and Martin, J.
19. Chelation-Proteolysis (Schatz, A.) from Pharmacotherapeutics of Oral Diseases, 1964.
20. Dental ‘Authorities’ Suppress Research Work Albert Schatz, “Aqua Pura” (about 1964)
21. Dr. Schatz welcomed to Editorial Board of Pakistan Dental Review. Vol.14, No.4, Oct. 1964
22. Symposium on Dental Caries: Miller’s Chemico-Porasitic Theory and the Proteolysis-Chelation Theory Part 3: Some Historical Aspects of Caries Research Schatz, A. and Martin, J. Pakistan Dental Review, Vol. XIV, No.2, April 1964.
23. Symposium on Dental Caries: Miller’s Chemico-Parasitic Theory and the Proteolysis-Chelation Theory Part 4: Perspectives in Caries Research Schatz, A. and Martin, J. Pakistan Dental Review Vol. XIV, No.3, July 1964.
24. Proteolysis-Chelation theory of dental caries Part 1: Chemical concepts on complexes and chelation in relation to dental caries (In Spanish) Schatz, A. and Martin, J. Revista Dental de Chile Vol. 54, No.1 1964. Also published in Acta Odontologica Venezolana, April 1964.
25. The Scientific Bankruptcy of Miller’s Acid Theory of Dental Caries: Some Practical and Theoretical Considerations (In Spanish) Schatz, A. and Martin, J. Revista Dental de Chile, 1964 and Acta Odontologica Venezolana, 1964.
26. Trends in present caries research. A review of recent reports. Schatz, A. and Martin, J. N.Y. State dental Journal, Vol. 30, Dec. 1964
27. Symposium on Dental Caries: Miller’s Chemico-Parasitic Theory and the Proteolysis Chelation Theory-Six Parts Pakistan Dental Review, Jan. 1964-Jan. 1965
28. A Critique of Miller’s Acid Theory (in Spanish) Schatz, A. and Martin, J. Boletin del Colegio Official de Odontologos y Estamatologs de la VII Region Bilbaok Spain
29. William J. Gies and the Proteolysis-Chelation Theory of Dental Caries, Schatz, A. (Includes copies of correspondence with Mr. Gies) Pakistan Dental Review, SV, No.2, April 1965
30. perspectives on Caries Investigations (In Spanish) Schatz, A. and Martin, J. Boletin del Colegio Official de Odontologos y Estomatologos de la VII Region May-June 1965 Bilbao, Spain
31. The Proteolysis-Chelation Theory of Dental Caries (In German) Schatz, A. and Martin, J. Blatter fur Zahnheilkunde (Zurich, Switzerland) Nov. 65. (An English translation is included). Also – a Spanish version published in Venezuela in Acta Odontologica Venezolana, V, No.1 April 1967.
32. Notes and comments about Dr. Albert Schatz, his honors, proteolysis-chelation and its lack of acceptance in the U.S. Boyer, D. Pakistan Dental Review, Vol. SVI, No.2, April 1966.
33. Oportunidades para la Investigacion Creadora en Caries Dental, Schatz, A. and martin, J. Boletin del Colegio Oficial de Odontologos y Estomatologos de la VII Region Bilbao, Spain Sept.-Oct. 1969 y Revista Dental de Chile Sept.-Oct. 1966.
34. A Critique of Schole and Frederich’s “Unifying Concept of the Caries Mechanism” Schatz, A. and Martin, J. Revista Odontologica de Puerto Rico April y Octubre 1966
35. Controversy and Scientific Progress: Some disagreements about the Proteolysis-chelation Theory (portions of a lecture presented at the First International Congress of Odonto-Stomatology of Espirito Santo Pakistan Dental Review, Vol. XVI, No. 3, July 1966 (Schatz, A. and Martin, J.)
36. El desmoronamiento cientifico de la teoria acida de la caries de Miller. Alguenos consideraciones proacticas y teoricas. Schatz, A. and Martin, J. Boletin de Informacion Dental, Nov.-Dec. 1966 Madrid, Spain.
37. Philosophy, Science and Progress in Dental Caries Research VI congreso Nacional de Odontologia y II International de Estomatologia del Peru. Resumenes, paginas 46 and 54, Lima, Peru Novembre, 1966.
38. La Tribuna Odontologica – Distincion al Doctor Albert Schatz, Julio, Agosto, Septembere de 1966.
39. Pakistan Dental Review, Vol. 16, No.2, April 1966 about Albert Schatz,’s work on dental caries.
40. Symposiium on Dental Caries: Miller’s Chemico-Parasitic Theory and the Proteolysis Chelation Theory, Ch. Leimgruber Pakistan Dental Review., Vol.16, No.1, January 1966.
41. Some disagreements about the Proteolysis-Chelatin theory. Schatz, A. and Martin, J. (In Spanish) Divulgacion Cultural Odontologica No.143, Jan-Feb., 1967 (in Spain)
42. The Proteolysis-Chelation Theory of Dental Caries (In Spanish) Schatz, A. and Martin, J. Acta Odontologica Venezolana Caracas, Venezuela April, 1967.
43. The Proteolysis-Chelation Theory of Dental Caries (In Spanish) Schatz, A. and Martin, J. Revista Dental de Chile. Vol. 57, No.2., March-April 1967. Also published in Anales Espanoles de Odontoestomatlogia in Spain in Sept. –Oct. 1967.
44. Opportunities for creative investigation in dental caries Schatz, A. and Martin, J. (In Spanish) Divilgacion Cultural Odontologica, Num-148, Nov.-Dec. 1967 (Spain) Also published in the Revista Dental de Chile, Vol.56, No.5
45. The Etiology and Prevention of Dental Caries Sharpenak, A.E., N.Y. State Dental Journal, Dec. 1967.
46. Controversy and Scientific Progress: Some Disagreements about the Proteolysis-Chelation Theory Schatz, a. and Martin, J. (English version) Divulgacion Cultural Odontologica march-April 1968 (In Spain)
47. Bucking the Scientific Establishment Theodore J. Gordon Section about A. Schatz, Playboy, Vol.15, No.4, April, 1968
48. The Implications of Soviet Research on Caries Schatz, A. Martin, J. and Schatz, V. Pakistan Dental Review, Oct. 1968
49. Proteolysis-chelation (In Spanish) An editorial Divulgacion Cultural Odontologica, No.`58, July-August, 1969.
50. The Proteolysis-chelation Theory of Dental Caries from the Point of View of Molecular Biology Schatz, A. and Schatz, V. Soviet Dental Journal 1970.
51. Contribution to the Microbiology of the Mouth by Automy van Leevwenhoek Martin, J., Schatz, V. and Schatz, A. Pakistan Dental Review, Vol.XXI, No.2, April. 1971.
52. Las Teorias de Quelacion y Proteolisis Quelacion de la Caries Dental – See Origin, Evolucion y Filosofia Schatz, A., Martin, J., Schatz, V. La Revista Dental de Chile Enero-Ferero-Marzo 1972
53. The Chelation and Proteolysis-Chelation Theories of Dental Caries: Their Origin, Evolution and Philosophy Schatz, A., Martin, J. and Schatz, V. The NY State Dental Journal, May 1972.
54. The Chelation and Proteolysis-Chelation Theories of Dental Caries Schatz, A., Martin, J. and Schatz, V. (In Bulgarian) Bulgarian Dental Journal, Sofia, Bulgaria, 1970.
55. The Proteolysis-Chelation Theory of Dental Caries from the Point of View of Molecular Biology, Schtaz, A., Martin, J. and Schatz, V. Sviesa. Kaumas. 1970. Soviet Union.
The Role of Chelation in Soil Formation
1. The importance of Dr. Joff’s pedology course to Albert Schatz (autobiographical essay, 2p.)
2. Pedology Jacob S. Joffe 1949 Introduction, Chapt. 1
3. Experimenters at NAC Believe: Tiny, Simple Lechen Holdo Solution to Soil Problem. Doylestown Daily Intelligencer, July 30, 1953 (Chelatiors necessary for soil fertility)
4. Chelators – Key to hidden fertility? Successful farming, May 1954, p.23
5. Chelation (Sequestration) As a Biological Weathering Factor in Pedogensis Schatz, A., Cheronis, N., Schatz, V. Trelawny, G. Proc. Penna. Academy of Science p.244-51, Vol. XXVIII, 1954.
6. The Role of Chelation in Soil Formation and Gertility (In German) Schatz, A. UMSCHAU 1955, Heft 24
7. Biochemical Studies of Lichens I. Endogenous and Subsrate Onidation by Cladonia Ranqiferina Schatz, A., Schatz, V., Trelawney, A. and Barth, K. Proceedings of the Penna. Academy of Science p.54-61. Vol. XXX, 1956
8. Significance of Lichens as Pedogenic (Soil-Forming) Agents Schatz, V., Schatz, A., Trelawny, G., Barth, K. Proceedings of the Penna. Academy of Science p.62-69. Vol. XXX 1956.
9. Importance of Soil Microorganism as Biological Chelators Albert Schatz Symposium on the use of Metal Chelators in Plant Neutrition edited by Arthur Wallace November 1956.
10. Chelation as a Biological Weathering Factor Schatz, A., Schatz, V. and Martin, J.J.; Bull. Geol. Soc. America 68:1792-1793, 1957
11. Spectrophotometic Studies of Fungus Extracts Adelson, L., Trelawny, G., Schatz, V., and Schatz, A. Proceedings of the Penna. Academy of Science, p.18-22, Vol. XXXI, 1957
12. Use of Chelating Agents In Fertilizers to Enhance the Growth of Plant Life U.S. Patent, march 25, 1958 Cheronis, Nicholas and Schatz, Albert.
13. Abstracts of Communications. with International Congress of Biochemistry. Moscow. U.S.S.R. Aug. 10-16, 1961.
14. Soil Organism and Soil Chelation, A. Schatz, Abstracts of Papers. 140th General Meeting, American Chemical Society, Sept. 3-8, 1966.
15. Pedogenic (Soil-Forming) Activity of Lichen Acids Albert Schatz. Die Naturwissen schaften 1962. Heft 22, S. 518/519
16. A Decade of Synthetic Chelating Agents in Inorganic Plant Nutrition Arthur Wallace, Editor July 1962 Albert Schatz is referred to.
17. Pedogenic or soil-forming activity of bichemiged fungi. Schatz, A., and Martin, J.J. VIIIth International Congress for Microbiology, Abstracts Montreal, Canada 1962
18. The Importance of Metal-Building Phenomena In the Chemistry and Microbiology of the Soil. Part I: The Chelating Properties of Lechens and Lichen Acid Schtaz, Albert Advancing Frontiers of Plant Sciences, Vol. 6 (1963) p. 113-134
19. Soil Microorganisms and Soil Chelation. The Pedogenic Action of Lichens and Lieken Acids Schatz, Albert Agricultural and Food Chemistry, Vol. II, No.2, p.112, March/April 1963
20. Biochemical and Ecologic Interrelationsips in Lichens. Schatz, A., Schalscha, E., and Schatz, V. American Journal of Botany, 51:678, 1964
21. Soil Organic Matter as a Natural Chelating Material Part 1: The Chemistry of Chelation Schatz, A., Schatz, V., Schalscha, E., Martin, J.J. Compost Science, Winter 1964, Vol.4, No.4
22. Soil Organic Matter as a Natural Chelating Material Part 2: The Occurrence and Importance of Paradoxical Concentration Effects in Biological Systems Schatz, A., Schalscha, E., Schatz, V. Compost Science. Spring, 1964, Vol.5, No.1
23. Soil Organic Matter as a Natural Chelating Material Part 3: Did the Incas Use Plant Products as a Chelating Agent? Schatz, A., and Schatz, V. Compost Science, Spring, 1965
24. Effect of Drying on Volcanic Ash Soils in Chile Schalscha, E., Gonzalez, C., Vergara, G., Galerido, G., and Schatz, A. Soil Sciences of America Proceedings Vol. 29, No.4, July-August 1965, p.481-482.
25. Inhibition of Soil Fungi and Actinomycetes by Ethyldiamine – Tetra – acetic Acid (EDTA) Albert Schatz, Paulina Medina Science and Culture 31: 152-153, 1965.
26. Inhibition of Soil Fungi and Actinomycetes by EDTA (In Spanish) Schatz, A., Medina, P. Revista del Ingeniero Agronomo Ano 11, Numero 6-7, 1966 Santiago, Chile
27. Humus Research – East and West Schatz, A. compost Science, Autumn, 196, Vol., No.2, pages 19 & 20.
28. Did the Incas Use Natural Soil Organic Matter as Chelating Substances in Their Building? Schatz, A. and Schatz, V. (In Spanish) Boletin de la Universidad de Chile septiembre-octubre de 1967.
29. Chelation as a weathering mechanism I. Effect of complexing agenst on the solubilization of iron from minerals and granodiorite. Schalscha, E., Appelt, H., and Schatz, A. Geochemica et Cosmochimica Acta, 1967, Vol. 31, p.587-596.
30. Soil Organic Matter as a Natural Chelating Material Part 4: The Solubilization of Metallic Iron by Organic Plant Constituents Schatz, A. and Schatz, V. Compost Science Vol. 11, No.v5, pates 28-31, 1970.
31. Soil Organic Matter as a Natural Chelating Substance (In Spanish) Schatz, A. and Schatz, V. Boletin de la Universidad de Chile April-May, 1971.
32. Claws of Chelation. Secrets of the Soil Peter Tomkins and Christopher Bird, Harper & Row, 1989. Chap. 10, p.116-127
33. The Importance of Chelation in Composting. A Historical Perspective Albert Schatz, Compost Science & Utilization. Spring, 1994. Vol.2, No.2
Paradoxial Effects Other Than The Paradoxical Effects of Fluoridation. Articles about the paradoxical effects of flexoridation are in Box 5B
34. Schatz briefly describes paradoxical effects 1961.
35. Adaptive Growth of Salmonella typhimurium on Adenene Schatz, V. Die Naturwissenschafter Heft 5, S. 121 1964
36. Fequency and Importance of Paradoxical Effects in Biological Systems (In Spanish) Schatz, A., Schalscha, E., Schatz, V. Boletin de la Universidad de Chile No.47, May 1964
37. Soil Organic Matter as a Natural Chelating Material Part 2: The Occurrence and Importance of Paradoxical Effects on Biological Systems Schatz, A., Schalscha, E., and Schatz, V. Compost Science, 1964, Vol.5, No.1
38. Paradoxical Effect of Adenine on Salmonella Typhimurium Schatz, V. and Schatz, A. Canadian Journal of Microbiology. Vol. 11, 1965. Pages. 1029-1031.
39. Considerations on the Occurrence and Importance of Paradoxical Concentration phenomena in Biological Systems. Schatz, A., Schalscha, E. and Schatz, V. Pakistan Dental Review. Vol. XV, No.1, January 1965.
40. Survival of 17 Patients with Inoperable Bronchial Cancer Treated with Cytostatic Agents and Radiation in the “Minimal Useful Dose” (Paradoxical effects) Rodriquez, A., Schatz, A. and 6 more Revista Medica de Chile 99:560-565, 1971.
41. Strange Bumps in the Data-Myclogical Implications of the Paradoxical Concentration Effect Wainwright, Milton Mycologist Vol.8, Part 4, Nov. 1994 (Schatz was the first to use “paradoxical effects.”)
42. Letter from Prof. A. Schatz to Prof. J. Gofman 3/20/96 Re paradoxical effects.
43. Letter from Prof. J. Gofman to Prof. A. Schatz 3/31/96 Re dangers of low levels of radiation – Supralinearity (paradoxical effects)
44. Bodenbildung und Ertragsteigerung dwich Chelatisierung” Schatz, A. (German) Umsschan, Heft 24, 1955.
Fluoridation: Harmful Effects and Pardoxical Effects
1. New Reactions of Fluoride Suggested by the Proteolysis-Chelation Theory. Schatz, A., Martin, J.J., and Karlson, K. The Journal of the New Jersey Dental Society. Vol.27, No.4, April 1956.
2. Destruction of Bone and Tooth by Proteolysis-Chelation: It’s Inhibition by Fluoride and Application to Dental Caries. Schatz & Martin New York Journal of Dentistry. April 1960.
3. Some Peculiar Non-Linear Relationships Between the Concentration of Fluoride and Its Biological Activity. Martin, J.J. and Schatz, A. Proceedings of the Penna. Academy of Science. Vol.XXV p. 187-190, 1961.
4. Some Non-Linear Peculiarities in the Relationship Between Fluoride Concentration and Biological Activity. Schatz, A. and Martin, J.J. “Biochemical Pharmacology” Vol.8, No.1, Aug. 1961.
5. Some Peculiar Non-Linear Relationships between the Concentration of Fluoride and Its Biological Activity. Martin, Schatz. Pakistan Dental Review. Vol. XII, July 1962.
6. “Fluoride doesn’t prevent dental caries, it only retards it.” (In Spanish) El Mercerio, Valparaiso, Chile. April 25, 1964.
7. The Importance of Paradoxical Effects of Fluoride with Respect to Fluoride Schatz, A. and Martin, J.J. Pakistan Dental Review. Vol. XIV, No.4, 113-128. Oct. 1964.
8. Paradoxical Effects of Fluoride: Theis Importance in Stomatology (In Spanish) Schatz, A., and Martin, J.J. Revista Dental de Chile. 54:191-203, 1964.
9. Paradoxical Effects of Fluoride, It’s Importance in Dentistry (Schatz & Martin) in Spanish boletin de Informacion Dental-Madrid, Spain Jan Feb. 1965.
10. Paradoxical Effects Produced by Fluoride in Vitro and in Vivo, and a Mechanism to Explain these Phenomena Schatz, A., Schatz, V., Martin, J.J. Washington University, 1965
11. Trace Elements, Nutrition, Fluorine and Dental Health, Schatz, July 1965. Pakistan Dental Review – Vol. XV, No.3, July 1965. (Also in Spanish) Elements Traza, Nuticion, Fluor y Salu d Dental, La Tribune Odontologica. Oct-Nov-Dec. 1965.
12. Speaking Out Albert Schatz. National Fluoridation News, Nov.-Dec. 1965
13. Fluoridation and Censorship – Schatz, A. Prevention Magazine, 1965.
14. Some Comments on Two Books Dealing with the Toxicology of Fluorine Compounds, Schatz, A. (Pakistan Dental Review) April 1965 (Also in Spanish-Algumas Acotaciones a Dos Libros Sobre La Toxicologia de Compuestos de Fluor (Revista Dental de Chile) 1965
15. Trace Elements, Nutrition, Fluorine and Dental Health Albert Schatz. Pakistan Dental Review, Vol. XV, No.3, July 1965.
16. The Failure of Fluoridation in Chile Primeiro Congresso Internacional De Odonto-Estomatologia de Espirito Santo Vitoria. Espirito Santo, BRASIL, Februrary 6-12, 1966
17. La Necesidad de Objectividad Respecto a la Teoria Acida de Miller y La Fluoracin El Primer Congresso Internacional de Odonto-Estomatologia de Esprito Santo Vitoria, Brasil, 6-12 de Febreron de 1966
18. The need for Objectivity with respect to Miller’s Acid Theory and Fluoridation (A Philosophical Book Review), Pakistan Dental Review, Vol. 16, No.2, April 1966
19. El Fracaso de la Fluoranion En Chile La Tribuna Odontologica, Oct., Nov., Dec. 1966
20. Fluoride Toxicity Prevention, April 1966
21. Dental ‘Authorities’ Suppress Research Work. A. Schatz, Aqua Pwia, Vol.4, No.12, May, 1967, p.2
22. Failure of Fluoridation in Chile. Schatz, A. Aqua, Pira, Austrailia, Jan. 1968 and Pakistan Dental Review. Schatz, A. April 1967.
23. The International Society for Fluoride Research-Program of the Second Conference University of Barcelona, Medical Clinic 3, Jan. 27-28, 1969
24. Use of Compost Instead of Chemical Fertilizer to Avoid Fluorine Contamination of Soil, Water and Food Albert Schatz, and Vivian Schatz. Compost Science Vol.13, No.2, March-April 1972
25. the Failure of Fluoridation in the United Kingdom Schatz, A., and Martin, J.J. Pakistan Dental Review Vol. XXII, No.1 & 2, April/June 1972
26. A Simple Fluoride Experiment for Home and School. Schatz, A., National Fluoridation News Vol. SVIII, No.3 July-September, 1972
27. The Failure of Fluoridation in England. Schatz, A. Prevention, Oct. 1972.
28. Dr. Albert Schatz speaks out against the use of fluoride. Temple University News Release November 6, 1972
29. Superphosphate, Fertilizers, Fluoridated Tootaste and Water Hazardous to Health and Environment National Fluoridation News, October-December 1972.
30. An Example of Lost Details (In Spanish) Albert Schatz La Revista La Tribuna Odontologica No.10-11-12. Ano LVII October-November-December 1973.
31. 9,500 children Harmed by Artificial Fluoridation Schatz, A. Pakistan Dental Review. July/Oct. 1974
32. The Opponents of Fluoridation Are Guilty James Franklin (pen name of A. Schatz) National Fluoridation News. October-December, 1974.
33. Schatz speaks about the harmful effects of fluoridation at the Congress of the Movement Naturiste Social Montreal, Canada, April 4, 1976.
34. Increased Death Rates in Chile Associated with Artificial Fluoridation of Drinking Water, with Implications for Other Countries, Albert Schatz, Journal of Arts, Science and Humanities, Vol. 2, No.1, Jan 1976
35. Low-level Fluoridation and Low-Level Radiation Two Care Histories of Misconduct in Science A. Schatz, 1996. (Paradoxial effects of each) www.fluoridation.com/schatz.htm
36. Low-Level Fluoridation and Low-Level Radiation Case Histories of Misconduct in Science Albert Schatz. The Australian Fluoridation News Vol.32, No.3., May-June 1996
37. Prof. A. Schatz./Prof. J. Gofman 4/6/97 Re opposition at Temple University to Schatz’s articles against fluoridation
38. Paradoxical Effects: Critique of A Study Schatz, A. Fluoride Vol. 30(2) 131-132. May 1997
39. Clear and Present Danger Bob Woffenden The Guardian Weekend June 7, 1997 (On the harmful effects of fluoridation) plus a letter by Albert Schatz who was interviewed for the article.
40. Fluoridation and Infant Deaths. A . Schatz. Letter to the editor. Fluoride Vol. 30, No.3. Aug. 1997
41. Paradoxical Dose – Response Effects of Fluorine Burgstahler, A.W. Fluoride, Vol. 35, No.3 143-147, 2002.
42. Schatz, A./Burgstakler, A. Letter re paradoxical effects of fluoridation 1/2/03
43. Fluoridation: Errors and Omessions in Experimental Trials Sulton, Philip Foreward by Professor Albert Schatz. Ph.D.
44. The problem of dental caries and the fluoridation of public water supplies D.G. Steyn (South Africa) references to Schatz on pages 5 & 6
45. Fluoride’s Action Unpredictable (Refers to Schatz, A. and Martin, J. publication) National Fluoridation News (Oct.-Dec.1962)
46. Paradoxical effect of fluoride Schatz, A. and Martin, J. Excerpts from an International Dental Conference in Budapest, Hungary 1964
1. Discovers Cure for ‘Black Death’ NY Journal American, 6/19/74.
2. Schatz receives Grand Prize Humanitaire de France 12/76 (various newspaper articles)
3. Schatz honored by American Academy of Holistic Pioneers 4/16/77(photo copy of award)
4. Schatz receives “Huminitarian Extraordinaire” award at Santa Ana College, May, 1977.
5. Schatz Honored in France. Gold Medal Prix Paraselse d’Or by the Institute of Biological Humanism, Nov. 2, 1977.
6. Docteur Albert Schatz L’Homme QuVancuTuberculose; Mark Pearson; La Semaine; 31 Mars 1984, Montreal, Canada.
7. Howard Florey, Penicillin and After (Book by Trevor Williams) (see page 297 about Schatz) 1984,
8. False Prophets Alexander Kohn 1986 (The Schatz case is discussed)
9. Selman A. Waksman and the Streptomycin Controversy M. Wainwright. Society of General Microbiology Vol.15, Part 4, Nov. 1988
10. Hinshaw, C. Letter re conditions that he and Dr. Wm.-Feldman worked under during the initial guinea pg testing at the Mayo Clinic, 9/19/89
11. Wainwright, M. Nature 11/89 Schatz Discovered Streptomycin Nobel Infallibility Natuive, Vol. 342.
12. Canadian 1989 (Full test) “The Dark Side of the Nobel Prizes” Jay Ingram of “Quirks and Quarks” interviewed Schatz by phone (beginning p.4) and Prof. M. Wainwright
13. Doris Jones Ralston letter to Schatz 1989. Includes her article “A Personal Glimpse At the Discovery of Streptomycin”
14. Wainwright Schatz letters. ’89, ‘90
15. Miracle Cure The Story of Penicillin and the Golden Age of Penicillin and Golden Age of Antibiotics Chap. 8 Streptomycin and the Conquest of Tuberculosis M. Wainwright 1990.
16. Letter from Schatz, A. to Prof. Alexander Kohn, June 27, 1990.
17. Letter from Prof. Alexander Kohn to Schatz, A., July 5, 1990.
18. Streptomycin: Discovery and Resultant Controversy. M. Wainewright. Hist. Phil. Life Sci., 13 (1991) 97-124.
19. Letter from Meldrum, Bev to Schatz, June 10, 1991. Thanks to Schatz for saving her life.
20. Albert Schatz. A Scientist who Thinks Global, Acts Local Andrw Page, The Shuttle, Weavers Way Co-op, Philadelphia. May/June 1992.
21. Tuberculosis: The Greatest Story Never Told, Frank Ryan, 1992. Swift Publishers p.221. Schatz.
22. TB or not TB? The anti-tuberculosis pioneers were great scientists and great men. Anthony Daniels Sunday TELEGRAPH. August 9, 1992.
23. What Life Means to Me: Albert Schatz Industrial Worker. November 1992.
24. Resurrection of the white plaque: Bernard Dixon The INDEPENDENT (England) 1992.
25. Albert Schatz Discovered streptomycin cure for tuberculosis; Jessie Morgan Mt. Airy Times Express, Philadelphia, PA. Dec. 2, 1972.
26. Letter from Lechevalier, Hubert to Schatz. Dec. 24, 1992.
27. Tuberculosis: The Greatest Story Never Told The Human Story of the Search for the Cure for Tuberculosis and the New Global Threat Frank Ryan Swift Publishers. 1992.
28. The Highway Post Vol. 2, No.2 1992.
29. Albert Schatz’s deadly enemy is killing folks again: Lavry Copeland Philadelphia Inquirer, April 29, 1992.
30. Doris Jones Ralston letter to the editor of The Smithsonian Jan. 12, ’93 saying that Schatz was the person who isolated the 2 active strains of Streptomycins griseus
31. Streptomycin – A Magic Bullet That Tamed TB: Francie Scott; Advance for Respiratory Care Practitioners January 18, 1993.
32. Letter from Lechevalier, Hubert to Schatz, A. Feb. 12, 1993.
33. Letter from Schatz to Dr. Peter Kahn. 2/12/93. Re his forthcoming talk “Some Personal Reflections on 50 years of Research.
34. Eveleigh, Dough Letter to the editor of the Smithsonian, Jan. ’93 re Schatz isolation of streptomycin producing organism.
35. Dr. Schatz received Waksman Honorary Lectureship Award at the Theobold Smith Societ y, N>H> Branch of the American Society of Microbiology April 15, 1993.
36. A Lifetime of Research lecture by Albert Schatz to the Designer Genes Club at Rutgers April 22, 1993.
37. Letter from Doris Jones Robston to Schatz, June 14, ’93. About her talk with Mrs. Lawrence, wife of the Rutgers President at her college reunion
38. The True Story of the Discovery of Streptomycin Schatz, Albert Actinomycetes. Vol. 4, Part 2, 1993.
39. Letter from Luedemann to Schtaz re publishing the Schatz article in the Journal Actinomycetes ’92, ’93, ’94.
40. Schatz critique of Rutgers Magazine article 2/4/93
41. The Comeback Killer The Forgotten Plaque Book review by S. Hall. N.Y. Times Book Review August 1, 1993.
42. The Comeback Killer; A Review of the Forgotten Plague by Frank Ryan Stephen S. Hall. The New York Review of Books August 1, 1993.
43. The Killre That Didn’t Go Away Book review of “The Forgotten Plague” by William H. McNeill, Wash. Post, June 6, 1993.
44. Vermont’s Prisoners At Risk of TB? The Times Argus August 20, 1993.
45. Schatz talk at Rutgers: Fermentation Seminar Series 5/7/93.
46. Doris Jones Ralston Christmas letter 1993. Her telling the Schatz streptomycin story to Pres. Lawrence’s wife.
47. Waksman Institute Annual Report 1993-94 “Schatz found two positive strains of Streptomyces griseus”
48. Schatz to receive Rutgers Medal; Mildred Schildkamp. Secretary of the University, Jan. 11, 1994.
49. Plaque placed in Martin Hall at Cook College of Rutgers University to honor the discovery of streptomycin. “Designer Genes”-the Biotechnology Club of Rutgers. April 28, 1994.
50. The People’s Plaque: Tuberculosis in America Florentine Films, 1994. Schatz was filmed for this documentary.
51. Tuberculosis The Great White Plaque How You Can Protect Yourself and Help Others. Albert Schatz, Ph.D massage Therapy Journal 33:30-39, 1994.
52. Maramorosch, K. letter to the editor of The Sciences Jan/Feb. 1994 saying that Schatz should have received credit in an article by Ernest & Sbarbaro. Also, article in Polish by Maramorosch.
53. Rutgers Medal awarded to Abert Schtz, 1994. (press releases, 3p)
54. Letter from Messing, Joachime to Schatz, Albert 4/1/94, 1/5/94, 11/20/92 re 50th Anniversary of the discovery of streptomycin
55. Rutgers will honor a smibbed drug pioneer: Rita MacPherson. The Star-Ledger (Neward, N.J.) April 25, 1994.
56. Researcher claims due credit Regina McEmery Home News, April 26, 1994
57. 50th Anniversary of the Discovery of Streptomycin at Rutgers, 4/28/94.
58. Schatz receives Rutgers Medal; Rutgers News; 4/28.94.
59. Rutgers honors co-discoverer of TB receive; Kitta MacPherson The Star-Ledger, Newark, N.J. 4/29.94
60. Pioneer of TB drug recognized-Rutgers honors researcher-50 years later: Dara N. Sharif. The Record (Bergen County, N.J.) April 29, 1994.
61. RU Celebrates landmark day Co-discoverer of streptomycin honored Regina McEnery; The Home News (East Brunswick, N.J.) April 29, 1994
62. Schatz receives overdue honors; RU recognizes streptomycin co-discoverer Jeanniene DeFoe; The Daily Targum, Rutgers, April 29, 1994.
63. Microbiologist returns to Rutgers to receive a long-overdue honor David P. Wellis. The Courier-News, April 29, 1994.
64. Overlooked pioneer finally gets his due. The North Jersey Herald & News, Passaic, N.J. April 29, 1994.
65. Scientist Honored 42 year’s late San Francisco Chronicle, April 30, 1994.
66. Finder honored 50 years late: For prof, a Nobel; for student, zilch Dara N. Sharif. The Denver Post (Colorado) April 30, 1994.
67. Late but welcome Medal for Schatz recognizes Nobel Slight. The Courier-News May 2, 1994.
68. Tuberculosis: The Endwing Enemy: the American Thoracie Society International Conference, Boston, Mass., May 23, 1994.
69. The White Plague; M.F. Perutz; The New York Review of Books, May 26, 1994.
70. The New Jersey Museum of Agriculture Schatz Thanks for lending items for a streptomycin exhibit on the 50th Anniversary celebration. May 31, 1994.
71. Dr. Albert Schatz: Honored by the New Jersey General Assembly: June 23, 1994.
72. Waksman, Byron (Waksman’s son) defends his father in a reply to Maramorosch article. The Sciences May/June 1994.
73. Reflections on the 50th Anniversary of the Discovery of Streptomycin. D. Eveigh and C. Schaffner Scoiety for Industrial Microbiology July/August 1994.
74. Albert Schatz receives Rutgers Medal from Frances Lawrence, president of Rutgers University ConneXions Summer 1994
75. Dr. Albert Schatz: Co-Discoverer of Streptomycin, Honored at the Annual Meeting of the Society of Industrial Microbiology July 31-August 5, 1994.
76. Invitation to the dedication of the 2 Plaques at Martin Hall, 8/8/94.
77. RU honors duo who cured TB Tia Swanson The Home News East Brunswick, N.J. October 13, 1994.
78. Cook (College) Finally Credits Researcher for 50 Year Old Discovery The GREEN PRINT Oct 19, 1994 (The student newspaper of Cook College, Rutgers University)
79. Schatz letter to the website of the Waksman Institute 1994
80. Loyal Sons and Daughters of Rutgers Award April 1, 1995.
81. Introduction to Microbiology, Ingraham, J. and Ingraham, C. Wasdsworth Publishing Company, 1995. Article by A. Schatz on p. 507.
82. “Streptomycin” Paley Special Collections exhibit to celebrate the 50th Anniversary, Temple Times Oct. 27, 1994.
83. The True Story of the Development of Streptomycin Bioline International Actinomycetes. University of Udine, Mycology Department.
1. Schatz honored as “the most outstanding ‘industrial microbiologist’ of their century” Society of Industrial Microbiology, July 31, 1994.
2. Albert Schatz and Streptomycin – Am Exhibit at Paley library 11/5/94-12/20/94. Schatz lecture at Paley Library 11/16/94.
3. On Discovering Streptomycin Albert Schatz ConneXions Rutgers University Spring 1995.
4. Letter from Wainwright, M. to Schatz, A. 4/1/95.
5. Maramorosch, Karl Schatz, A. May 1, 1995 Re his lecture in Canada about the Schatz role in the discovery of streptomycin.
6. The Discovery of Streptomycin, Schatz, A., p. 507 in Introduction to Microbiology by Ingraham, J. and Catherine, A. 1995 Wadsworth Publishing company.
7. Letter from Yoshioka, Alan to Schatz, a. Aug. 29, 1996.
8. Thank you from Connor Flynn whose life was saved from tularemia by streptomycin Sept. 1996.
9. Bob Dole’s letter to A. Schatz 3/21/96 and Schatz reply.
10. Doctor’s discovery 50 years ago is continuing to save lives today. The Leader and Germantown Paper, Sept. 18, 1996.
11. Schatz receives the George Hammell Cook Alumnae Award, April 25, 1996.
12. Letter from Sharrer, G. Terry to Schatz. Aug. 12, 1996 re Schatz visit to the Smithsonian.
13. Albert Schatz awarded the First Annual Achievement Award by the Temple Association of Retired Professionals, May 1, 1997.
14. Academic credit where it is due Brian Martin, June 4, 1997. Campus Review, Australia Discusses Schatz and others who were denied due credit.
15. Letter from Inge Auerbacher to Schatz. Feb. 18, 1997 Thanks to Schatz because Streptomycin Saved Her Life.
16. Thank you letter from Patrick Flanagan.
17. Letter from Shah to Schatz. Student thanks Schatz, 1997.
18. Fraud, Plagiarism, and Misconduct in Science Several articles, 1993-1997.
19. Avoiding plagiarism, self-plagiarism and other questionable writing practices: A guide to ethical writing Miguel Roig (Schatz case is emphasized)
20. “Academic credit where it’s due” Brian martin Campus Review, Vol. 7, No.21, June 4-10, 1997 (The case of Albert Schatz is the lead care of a professor taking credit for a student’s work)
21. Letter from Rod Sharp (Dean of Research, Cook College) to Albert Schatz, Aug. 30, 1997.
22. Post-Penicillin Antibiotics: Historical Perspectives-Welcome Institute for the History of Medicine, May 12, 1998.
23. A thank you from Sister Barbara (Medical Mission Sisters) Dec. 14, 1999.
24. The Nobel Prize. A History of Genious, Controversies, and Prestige Burton Feldman; Arcade Publishing 2000.
25. Schatz – letter to the editor of the Philadelphia Inquirer, 3/23/00.
26. Letter from Schatz, A. to Dr. Markus Noll June 8, 2001. re Joffe-Waksman controversy at Rutgers.
27. Lechevalier, H. (Prof.) letters to Schatz 1992-2001 and his article “The Search for Antibiotics at Rutgers University.
28. The Nobel Foundation Should Tell the Truth About Who Discovered Streptomycin and Why the 1952 Prize Was Awarded to Waksman.
29. Correspondence between Schatz and Ross M. Tucker re article Tucker was writing for the Herald Tribune Sarasota, Florida, Feb. 18, 2001.
30. Schatz reply to obituary about Elizabeth Bugie Gregory in Pittsburgh Post-Gazette of 4/14/01. Reply is 7/18/01.
31. The History of Two Streptomycin Test Tubes That Are 58 and 59 years old. Schatz, July 12, 2001.
32. Letter from Schatz to Dr. Peter Lawrence, July 9, 2001. Dr. Peter Lawrence Schatz.
33. Albert Schatz=Cheated Out of the Nobel Prize (English version) News Zuercher Zeitung (Zurich, Switzerland) Oct. 23, 2001
34. Letter from Schatz to Webmaster at Rutgers University, Oct. 3, 2001.
35. Schatz letter to the King of Sweden, 2001.
36. Schatz letter to Nobel Museum, November 17, 2001.
37. Schatz email to Nobel Museum, Nov. 22, 2001.
38. Prof. Marcus Noll (Zurich, Switzerland) Schatz letters, 2001.
39. Albert Schatz discovered Streptomycin: Recognition of Schatz, Stone, R., Science, Lawrence, P. Nature, Perutz, M., Nature (brief quotations) 2001, 2002.
40. Sharp Mind Keeps Knives Sharp at Co-op; Vivian Schatz: The Shuttle, Weavers Way Co-op; Jan/Feb. 2002.
41. Rank injustice: The misallocation of credits is endemic in science. Peter A. Lawrence Nature, Vol 415, February 21, 2002.
42. I’ll take credit for that, thanks; Anjana Ahuja; The Times (London) February 25, 2002.
43. How I Was Cheated out of the Nobel Prize; The Caroline Institute Awarded the 1952. Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine to the Wrong person for the Wrong Reason.
44. Schatz ‘response to Wakman’s letter to Wallgren at the Caroline Institute. Waxman’s response was sent on Nov. 11, 1952. Schatz wrote this in 2002 when be obtained the information. Sent to Peter Lawrence and Veronique Mistiaen.
45. Letter from Schatz to Eveleigh, March 7, 2002.
46. Invitation to Prof. Schatz. Centennial/”175” of Soil Microbiology/Biochemistry. Cook College, Rutgers, April 12-13, 2002.
47. Rutgers Centennial, April 2002.
48. Some of Waksman’s Myths About the Discovery of Streptomycin. Schatz, A. Written 2002.
49. The Demolition of Three Myths about Waksman and the Discovery of Streptomycin. Schatz, A. 2002
50. Waksman’s Controversial Nobel Prize Lecture. Albert Schatz, 2002.
51. How, When, and Why Waksman Changed his Evaluation of Me and My Role in the Discovery of Streptomycin Albert Schatz, 2002.
52. Selman Waksman Had Two Controversies with Graduate Students about Credit for Discoveries. Albert Schatz, 2002.
53. The Discovery of Streptomycin-Some Interesting Historical Aspects Quotations from Wainwright, M., Ryan, F., Everleigh, D. and Schaffuer, C. 2002.
54. Doris Jones Ralston letter to Dr. Eveleigh, April 2002
55. Site Named for Rutgers Researcher Home New Tribune, April 13, 2002
56. Albert Schatz Was Robbed of the Nobel Prize M. Wainwright Independent of London, June 30, 2002.
57. Fleming’s Unfinished Wainwright, Milton, Perspectives on Biology and Medicine, Vol. 45, number 4 (autumn 2002) 529-38 (Fleming continued working on penicillin throughout the 1930’s.
58. Time and The Great Healer: Veronique Mistriain: The (London) Guardian, November 2, 2002.
59. Letter from Schatz to Nobel Foundation, Nov. 20, 2002. Re Nobel deliberations for Nobel Prize to Waksman.
60. Schatz, A. “Where the Cows Are” Letter to the Editor – Philadelphia Inquirer, 11/25/02.
61. Letter from Schatz to Jornwall (Nobel Committee) 1/30/03.
62. Letter from Peter Lawrence to Schatz, February 2003 re Nobel deliverations.
63. The Scientific Detective. The University of Sheffield Newsletter, Feb. 2003.
64. Getting it off his chest: Veronique Mistiaen: The Sydney Morning Herald, New South Wales, Australia; February 22, 2003.
65. Letter from Dr. T. Chase, Jr. to Schatz, Jan. 21, 2003. How Dr. Chase located Schatz.
66. Letter from to Schatz Chase (Re “Finding Dr. Schatz”) January 29, 2003.
67. Corrections to the Waksman Foundation web site March 25, 2003.
68. Letter from Schatz, A. to Dr. Raymond Damadian, Oct. 14, 2003.
69. Streptomycin from Wikipedia, 2004.
70. Doonesbury (Gary Trudeau) Philadelphia Inquirer, 12/18/05.
71. Leaps in the Dark: The Making of Scientific Reputations John Waller (This is a review of the book by Walter Greatzer in Nature Feb. 2005. The Schatz case is emphasized.)
72. The Aftermath of Penicillin course Outline, Botany Department, U. of Hawaii Discusses the discovery of streptomycin “The story shows the darker side of scientific research and raises the question as to who should be credited for scientific discoveries.”
73. Deadliest TB strains gaining foothold in U.S., officials warn Philadelphia Inquirer 9/23/06.
74. Elly Gross Thank you letter to Schatz. Streptomycin saved her son’s life. 1/9/2007.
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