Lot 905: Doisy, Edward


2015-09-16 14:11:45


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Lot 905: Doisy Edward: (1893-1986) American Biochemist, Nobel Prize Winner For Physiology Or Medicine, 1943. T.L.S., E A Doisy, One Page, 4To, Saint Louis, Missouri, 31St March 1959, To Robert M. Ancell. Doisy Replies To His Correspondent'S Letter And Informs Him, 'Theelin Was The First Pure Crystalline Steroid Hormone To Be Isolated. It Was Obtained In This Form From The Urine Of Pregnant Women In 1929. Subsequently, Dihydrotheelin Was Obtained From The Liquor Folliculi In Sow'S Ovaries In 1934. Although Theelin Was Not Isolated From Sow Ovaries Very Definitive Evidence Of Its Presence Was Obtained' Before Concluding 'The Names In Common Use At Present For Theelin And Dihydrotheelin Are Estrone And Estradiol-17B, Respectively'. A Letter Of Good Scientific Content. About Ex. International Autograph Auctions' Autograph Auction October 2015 Saturday, 3rd October 2015 Estimate: £100-150
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