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Memorandum from Linus Pauling to Harvey Itano. January 20, 1950.
Pauling conveys his thoughts on the nature of sickle cell anemia. In so doing, he provide an interpretation of how sickled hemoglobin cells might behave at the molecular level, and also suggests a series of experiments that might shed further light on sickled hemoglobin cell dynamics. Transcript.

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Creator: Linus Pauling
Recipient: Harvey Itano
Associated: Nils Gralén

Date: January 20, 1950
Genre: correspondence
ID: corr181.5-lp-itano-19500120
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