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Letter from William Castle to Linus Pauling. September 28, 1955.
Castle writes to thank Pauling for his generosity through the years in attributing to Castle some of the credit for Pauling's initial ideas on the molecular basis of sickle cell anemia. Castle also forwards some information on the history of the term "molecular disease." Transcript.

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Creator: William B. Castle
Recipient: Linus Pauling
Associated: Irving Sherman, Harvey Itano, John W. Harris, E. Vernon Hahn, Elizabeth Gillespie

Date: September 28, 1955
Genre: correspondence
ID: corr74.23-castle-lp-19550928
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