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Letter from Linus Pauling to Ma Hai-teh. February 7, 1974.
Pauling writes to discuss the history of his research on oxypolygelatin. In so doing, Pauling describes a number of the blood plasma substitute's properties and likewise suggests possible uses of and approaches to large-scale manufacture of oxypolygelatin in China. Transcript.

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Creator: Linus Pauling
Recipient: Ma Hai-teh
Associated: Rewi Alley, Arthur Cherkin

Date: February 7, 1974
Genre: correspondence
ID: 1949a.7-lp-ma-19740207
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