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Sickle Cell Anemia, a Molecular Disease
Science (Weekly). Vol. 110, no. 2865 (November 25, 1949). PAMPHLET. Science (Weekly). Vol. 110, no. 2865 (November 25, 1949) pages 543-548. Offprint. First edition. Robert H. Foote's stamp (Cornell scientist) front cover. Minor split at head of spine, tiny nick to back cover, else very good. Rare offprint. "The paper introduced the concept of a "molecular disease", and is considered a major impetus to the development of molecular medicine. The paper helped establish that genes control not just the presence or absence of enzymes (as genetics had shown in the early 1940s) but also the specific structure of protein molecules. It was also an important triumph in the efforts of Pauling and others to apply the instruments and methods of the physical sciences to biology." Wikipedia Garrison and Morton 3154.1 "First recognition of a structural haemoglobin variant. With H. A. Itano, S. J. Singer, and I. C. Wells. Rare books make Fine Gifts. Shipped in new box. Free tracking USA. Quality, Value, Experience. . Good.
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