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Letter from Linus Pauling to Alfred E. Mirsky. May 25, 1937.
Pauling writes to provide Mirsky with an update on protein research being conducted in Pauling's laboratory. Pauling discusses Charles Coryell's work on protein denaturation as well as Fred Stitt's investigation into new hemoglobin compounds, and also reports on a short visit paid by William T. Astbury. Pauling closes by soliciting Mirsky's opinion of Carl Niemann, who has recently been hired at Caltech.

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Date: May 25, 1937
Genre: correspondence
ID: corr248.3-lp-mirsky-19370525
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