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Letter from Linus Pauling to S. J. Singer. June 30, 1948.
Pauling writes to discuss the status of Singer's manuscript and to learn more about progress that Singer has made on his research. Pauling inquires specifically about Singer's work on "the Rothen problem," and suggests that Singer might be able to create a protein stick by using sheets of mica treated with a uranium salt. Pauling also recommends a method of coating one side of a protein with metal with the intent of adsorbing half of an antibody. Transcript.

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Creator: Linus Pauling
Recipient: S.J. Singer
Associated: Alexandre Rothen, Theodore S. Polansky

Date: June 30, 1948
Genre: correspondence
ID: corr378.2-lp-singer-19480630
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