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Letter from Linus Pauling to William Castle. November 6, 1946.
Pauling discusses a study of hemoglobin in sickle cell anemia as conducted by Harvey Itano, a graduate student working under Pauling's direction. He requests information on hemoglobin studies completed by Castle, noting his own opinions in light of a paper produced by Dr. Burch.

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Date: November 6, 1946
Genre: correspondence
ID: corr74.14-lp-castle-19461106
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