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Biochemistry

 Subject
Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:

Henry Borsook Papers

 Collection
Identifier: 10101-MS
Scope and Content The Henry Borsook papers consist of correspondence, manuscripts, and notes from his time as professor of biochemistry.
Dates: 1958-1983

DNA

 Unprocessed
Identifier: 1989-00392

William J. Dreyer Papers

 Collection
Identifier: 10247-MS
Overview The consulting files, patent files and correspondence, and a selection of working papers, general correspondence, and biographical papers of the biochemist William J. Dreyer, known as the William J. Dreyer Papers in the California Institute of Technology Archives. A specialist in molecular immunology, Dreyer was professor of biology at Caltech from 1963 until his death in 2004. At Caltech he was involved in the creation of a series of automated instruments for high-sensitivity protein...
Dates: 1955-2006

How Do You Make a Greasy Protein?

 Unprocessed
Identifier: 2015-00052

Interview with Henry Borsook, 1978-04-05, 1981

 Item
Scope and Contents Interview in 1978 with biochemist Henry Borsook, who joined Caltech's newly created Biology Division in 1929 and retired from Caltech in 1968, moving his laboratory to U.C. Berkeley. Professor Borsook's major contributions were made in the areas of protein synthesis and nutrition. He recalls Robert A. Millikan's interest in establishing biology at Caltech and the early days of the Biology Division under Thomas Hunt Morgan; Caltech's intellectual life in the 1930s; the establishment of a Health...
Dates: 1978-04-05; Publication: 1981

Interview with Mary B. Kennedy

 Digital Record
Identifier: 2019-02-07-000001

Memorial Service

 Unprocessed
Identifier: 2002-00158

William J. Dreyer Papers 1955-2006

 Unprocessed
Identifier: 2008-00029