"The Structure of Antibodies and the Nature of Serological Reactions." Page 1. April 8, 1948
"The Structure of Antibodies and the Nature of Serological Reactions." April 8, 1948. Page 1  Larger Images / More Information. 20 pp.  View Transcript

Travel: Paris

Activity Listings

  • Correspondence, Background Material: The Structure of Antibodies and the Nature of Serological Reactions, Conference on Isotopic Exchange and Molecular Structure, Societe de Chimie Biologique et l'Societe de Chimie Physique, Paris, France. [Filed under: LP Speeches, 1948s.27]
  • Letter from Dr. K. Huber, President, Chemisches Institut, Universität Bern to LP RE: Regrets that they will be unable to have LP come speak on the proposed date in July because school will have ended for the year. [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #165.13, file:(H: Correspondence, 1948)]
  • Letter from Hugh Bryson, State Chair, Independent Progressive Party, to LP RE: Writes that LP has been nominated for membership in the interim State Central Committee which will serve through August 8, 1948. Encloses an acceptance blank for LP to return. [Letter from LP to Bryson May 4, 1948] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #185.9, file:(I: Correspondence, 1948)]
  • Letter from R. C. Gibbs, National Research Council to LP RE: Informing LP about his appointment to a U. S. representative committee for the International Union of Crystallography. Also, congratulates him on his appointment as President-elect of the American Chemical Society. [Filed under LP Science: National Research Council, 1925-1950: Box #14.027 Folder #27.4]
  • Letter from William M. Wylie to LP RE: Wishes to understand what LP meant in an article in which he stated that salt could be removed from sea water by a nuclear compressive process, explains that he asks because he has started work developing a practical method of removing salt from sea water and the statement sounded like a conception of his idea. Assumes that they are not trying to keep their research a secret if they are researching it at Caltech and wishes for any information they could give him. [Letter from Wulf to Wylie April 14, 1948] [Filed under LP Correspondence: 443.16]