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Letter from Henry B. Bull to Linus Pauling. June 17, 1943.
Bull writes to express his pessimism with regard to Pauling's forthcoming program of study on artificial antibodies. Bull suggests that the scientific body of knowledge concerning the "configurations on the surface of the globulin molecule" are too incomplete to allow for useful analysis along the lines that Pauling has proposed. Nonetheless, Bull suggests a few experimental procedures that might be of use to Pauling's group in their artificial antibody research. Bull also requests that Stanley Swingle and Stanley Wright construct an electrophoresis apparatus for use in Bull's laboratory.

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Date: June 17, 1943
Genre: correspondence
ID: corr37.10-bull-lp-19430617
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