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Edwin J. Cohn and the Development of Protein Chemistry

With a Detailed Account of His Work on the Fractionation of Blood during and after World War II

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HARDCOVER

$34.95 • £27.95 • €31.50

ISBN 9780674009622

Publication Date: 09/30/2002

Short

464 pages

36 halftones, 10 line drawings

Center for Blood Research

World

  • Foreword
  • Acknowledgements
  • 1. An Auspicious Beginning
  • 2. Early Years at Harvard
  • 3. Characterizing the Active Principle in Pernicious Anemia
  • 4. Amino Acids and Peptides are Prototypes of Proteins
  • 5. Return to the Studies of Proteins
  • 6. War in Europe: An Abrupt Change in Direction
  • 7. Preparation for War
  • 8. The Aftermath of Pearl Harbor
  • 9. The Norfolk Incident
  • 10. 1943: The Critical Year
  • 11. The Invasion of Europe
  • 12. Victory in Europe and the Far East
  • 13. A Peaceful Interlude
  • 14. The Cold War
  • 15. The Need for a National Blood Program
  • 16. University Professor
  • 17. The Blood Characterization and Preservation Laboratory
  • 18. Implications of New Knowledge
  • 19. Afterevents: The Legacy of Edwin J. Cohn
  • Notes
  • Index
  • About the Author

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