Yuri Viktorovich Natochin

Doctor of Biological sciences, Professor of I. M. Sechenov Institute of evolutionary physiology and biochemistry of the Russian Academy of Sciences

Born on 6 Dec 1932, Kharkiv, Ukrainian SSR.

Soviet and Russian scientist, doctor of biological Sciences, specialist in the field of physiology of kidney and water-salt metabolism, academician (1992), RAS adviser.

In 2005, he made an assumption that differs from the generally accepted concept of the origin of life in the sea, and argued the hypothesis that the environment for the origin of protocells were reservoirs with a predominance of K+ ions, and not sea water with a predominance of Na+ions.

He graduated from the Novosibirsk state medical Institute in 1956 with a degree in Medicine, then worked at The I. M. Sechenov Institute of evolutionary physiology and biochemistry of the USSR Academy of Sciences as a Junior researcher and senior researcher.

In 1960, he defended his PhD thesis "Comparative-physiological features of the hyaluronidase-hyaluronic acid system in the kidneys of various classes of vertebrates". Since 1964-head of the laboratory of kidney physiology and water-salt metabolism. In 1967, he defended his dissertation "Transport of water and sodium in osmoregulating bodies" for the degree of doctor of biological Sciences.  >>>

 

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