Letter from Linus Pauling to Felix Haurowitz. September 24, 1945

Pauling discusses the use of the terms ‘antigen’ and ‘hapten,’ noting problems which may arise from altering the conventional nomenclature. He admits that it may be necessary, in the future, to make additions to the nomenclature of serology but notes that, for the present, he intends to adhere to the current vocabulary and definitions.  View Transcript

Letter from Linus Pauling to Felix Haurowitz. Page 1. September 24, 1945
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Associated: Karl Landsteiner

ID: corr152.7-lp-haurowitz-19450924

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