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Letter from Linus Pauling to Henry B. Bull. June 22, 1943.
Pauling writes to express his disagreement with Bull's opinion that a program of research on artificial antibodies is premature. Pauling suggests that only through experimentation can any breakthroughs be made in developing a body of knowledge on the structure of proteins. Pauling does agree, however, with Bull's thoughts on the need for reproducibility in experimentation. Transcript.

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Creator: Linus Pauling
Recipient: Henry B. Bull

Date: June 22, 1943
Genre: correspondence
ID: corr37.10-lp-bull-19430622
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