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Letter from Linus Pauling to Frank H. Johnson. June 20, 1944.
Pauling writes to suggest a research project for Johnson to be conducted during his time at Caltech. Specifically, Pauling suggests that Johnson study the "effects of hydrostatic pressure on serological reactions" and gives Johnson a brief overview of his group's work on artificial antibodies. Transcript.

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Creator: Linus Pauling
Recipient: Frank H. Johnson
Associated: Dan Campbell, George G. Wright, Cornelis B. van Niel

Date: June 20, 1944
Genre: correspondence
ID: sci7.001.1-lp-johnson-19440620
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