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The Roots of Modern Biochemistry: Fritz Lipmann's Squiggle and its Consequences
Walter de Gruyter, 1988. A 994 page hardback book, entirely unmarked and unworn. A collection of 90 essays presented at a memorial meeting in Berlin in 1988, to commemorate the life of Fritz Lipmann, who shared the Nobel Prize with Hans Krebs in 1953 for the discovery of the Citric Acid cycle. . First Edition.. Hard Cover. As New/No Jacket.
      [Bookseller: Mollie's Loft Books.]
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