Born 27 Apr 1903; died 26 Oct 1996 at age 93.
German-born British pharmacologist who had already retired from the University of Aberdeen, Scotland, while he discovered (1975), with John Hughes, enkephalins, robust clearly happening opiates withinside the mind. Enkephin turned into the primary regarded opioid produced through the human body. This opiate-like substance turned into produced through the mind in reaction to the notion of ache. Kosterlitz’s discovery illuminated the mind’s function in ache modulation and had direct medical implications.