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Key Participants


George W. Beadle
George E. Burch
Dan H. Campbell
William B. Castle
Robert B. Corey
Charles D. Coryell
Lee A. DuBridge
Vernon M. Ingram
Harvey A. Itano
Karl Landsteiner
Alfred E. Mirsky
Robert M. Nalbandian
James V. Neel
A. A. Noyes
Ava Helen Pauling
Linus Pauling
Walter A. Schroeder
S. Jonathan Singer
Stanley M. Swingle
Arne Tiselius
Warren Weaver
Ibert C. Wells
Paul L. Wolf
Emile Zuckerkandl

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Portrait of George E. Burch
Portrait of George E. Burch, 1950s.
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George E. Burch

1910-1986

George Edward Burch Papers, 1926-1977
Location: National Library of Medicine
Address: 8600 Rockville Pike, Bethesda, Maryland 20894
Size: 52 manuscript boxes
Finding Aid: http://oculus.nlm.nih.gov/cgi/f/findaid/findaid-idx?c=nlmfindaid;id=navbarbrowselink;cginame=findaid-idx;cc=nlmfindaid;view=reslist;subview=standard;didno=burch376
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Published Papers and Official Documents

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Quotes

"...[I]t seems to be impractical to convert enough of the hemoglobin in a patient with sickle cell anemia to produce the desired therapeutic effects without injuring the patient from the point of view of toxicity and anoxia."

George E. Burch. Letter to Linus Pauling. August 5, 1954.

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