"The Future of Enzyme Research." Typescript - Page 1. November 1, 1955
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Travel: Washington, D.C.

Activity Listings

  • Itinerary: National Academy of Sciences, C.J.T [Filed under LP Travel: Box #1.002, Folder 2.1]
  • Letter from Dr. David Pressman, Director of Cancer Research in Biochemistry, Roswell Park Memorial Institute, to LP RE: Enjoyed symposium in Washington. Appreciated the opportunity to talk with LP and others. Will be presenting similar material on the use of antibodies in determining the configurations important for biological specificity for a hospital staff meeting, as well as at the University of Buffalo's Chemistry Department seminar. Plans to arrive in California on December 22nd and leave right after New Year's. Would appreciate it if LP could make arrangements for his lodgings during that period. Hopes to have the anti-Xp` antibodies manuscript completed by then so that he and LP can work on it. The antiserum used in the study was prepared at Caltech; has only had the chance to use it since arriving at Roswell Park. The work will be published jointly with Caltech. [Filed under LP Correspondence: (P: Individual Correspondence. (Polunin - Pritikin)), #309.7]
  • Letter from Dr. Ellsworth C. Dougherty, Physiology Dept., School of Medicine, University of California, Berkeley, to LP RE: Recalls LP's 1948 visit to Dr. Victor Nigon's laboratory in Paris. LP went there on the request of the Guggenheim Foundation to ascertain the status of Dougherty's work there. Describes his continued collaboration with Nigon since then. Encloses a letter which he recently received from Nigon. Requests that LP address his reply to Dougherty, and then Dougherty will reply to Nigon in his own words. [Letter from Nigon to Dougherty October 11, 1955, Letter from LP to Dougherty November 11, 1955] [Filed under LP Correspondence: (N: Correspondence), #287.22]
  • Letter from J.R. Bradburn, President, ElectroData Corporation, to LP RE: Regarding the subject of performing computing work on crystals, Bradburn has asked Dr. Brock to consult with Dr. Pasternak to obtain an effective procedure for the completion of Dr. Pasternak's work on the leucylprolylglcine crystal. Brock and Pastenak were initially delayed, but they have since arrived at an arrangement for the completion of the work. ElectroData would like to be of maximum assistance to Caltech; let them know if there is anything else they can do. [Filed under LP Correspondence: (E: Organizational Correspondence. (Ea - Ex)), #111.3]
  • Note from LP to himself RE: States thoughts about the complex discussed in The Crystal Structure of an Ethylene-Palladium Chloride Complex as being a dimer. [Filed under LP Science: Box #10.003, Folder #3.8]
  • Receipt from California Institute of Technology to LP for $0.77. [Filed under LP Biographical: (Business and Financial: Tax Documents, 1930-1956), Box #4.001, Folder #1.10]