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Memorandum from Walt Schroeder to Linus Pauling. November 21, 1950.
Schroeder writes on the subject of "Number of Isoleucine Residues Per Molecule of Hemoglobin." Having reviewed the literature, Schroeder has concluded that there may exist a need to clarify previous statements that they have made regarding the minimum molecular weight of particular hemoglobins. Transcript.

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Creator: Walter A. Schroeder
Recipient: Linus Pauling
Associated: Robert Corey

Date: November 21, 1950
Genre: correspondence
ID: sci6.007.6
Copyright: More Information

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