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Letter from Henry B. Bull to Linus Pauling. June 28, 1943.
Bull writes to pass along a research report and to wish Pauling luck in his work on artificial antibodies, while at the same time noting that "I am glad it is your and Dan [Campbell]'s baby and not mine. Bull also again inquires into the possibility of Swingle and Wright building an electrophoresis apparatus for use in Bull's laboratory. Transcript.

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Creator: Henry B. Bull
Recipient: Linus Pauling
Associated: Dan Campbell, Stanley M. Swingle, Stanley W. Wright

Date: June 28, 1943
Genre: correspondence
ID: corr37.10-bull-lp-19430628
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