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Letter from Linus Pauling to Dan Campbell. April 6, 1959.
Pauling summarizes the argument presented to him by Campbell on the proposed experimental work concerning the manufacture of enzymes in both the embryo and the adult. Pauling believes the idea to be worth researching and expresses his excitement at the prospect of working with Campbell on the project. Transcript.

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Creator: Linus Pauling
Recipient: Dan Campbell
Associated: James D. Ebert, Richard W. Lippman, Thomas L. Perry

Date: April 6, 1959
Genre: correspondence
ID: sci11.089.14-lp-campbell-19590406
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