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Letter from Linus Pauling to C. Lockard Conley. August 1, 1978.
Pauling writes to discuss the roots of his interest in the study of hemoglobin. In so doing, Pauling mentions work carried out in collaboration with Charles Coryell on the sigmoid oxygen equilibrium curve of hemoglobin, the impact made upon him by other colleagues including Karl Landsteiner and Dan Campbell, and the transition of his interests in the study of sickle cell anemia. Transcript.

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Creator: Linus Pauling
Recipient: C. Lockard Conley
Associated: Harvey Itano, Karl Landsteiner, Dan Campbell, William B. Castle, Rockefeller Foundation, Charles Coryell, David Pressman, Edward A. Doisy

Date: August 1, 1978
Genre: correspondence
ID: corr181.5-lp-conley-19780801
Copyright: More Information

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