Letter from Linus Pauling to John Edsall. September 30, 1954

Pauling offers his reaction to a paper on human hemoglobins by Scheinberg, Harris and Spitzer; he believes that it is unfortunate that they used an odd nomenclature for abnormal hemoglobin. He notes that the first sentence is misleading as it seems to propose that knowledge of the sickle-cell anemia hemoglobin antedated Pauling's 1949 paper.  View Transcript

Letter from Linus Pauling to John Edsall. Page 1. September 30, 1954
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Associated: Harvey Itano, Lois M. Kay, National Academy of Sciences, Ibert C. Wells, Walter A. Schroeder, I. Herbert Scheinberg, Ruth S. Harris, Joan L. Spitzer

ID: corr106.5-lp-edsall-19540930

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