2 volumes of offprints 1935-1946 on isotopes, cholesterol, microbiology, molecular chemistry, enzymes, amino acids, biochemistry, etc., including articles by Nobel winner Konrad Bloch. Konrad Bloch, David Shemin, DeWitt Stetten, Erwin Chargaff, David Rittenberg, Rudolf Schoenheimer.
2 volumes of offprints 1935-1946 on isotopes, cholesterol, microbiology, molecular chemistry, enzymes, amino acids, biochemistry, etc., including articles by Nobel winner Konrad Bloch
2 volumes of offprints 1935-1946 on isotopes, cholesterol, microbiology, molecular chemistry, enzymes, amino acids, biochemistry, etc., including articles by Nobel winner Konrad Bloch
2 volumes of offprints 1935-1946 on isotopes, cholesterol, microbiology, molecular chemistry, enzymes, amino acids, biochemistry, etc., including articles by Nobel winner Konrad Bloch
2 volumes of offprints 1935-1946 on isotopes, cholesterol, microbiology, molecular chemistry, enzymes, amino acids, biochemistry, etc., including articles by Nobel winner Konrad Bloch
2 volumes of offprints 1935-1946 on isotopes, cholesterol, microbiology, molecular chemistry, enzymes, amino acids, biochemistry, etc., including articles by Nobel winner Konrad Bloch
2 volumes of offprints 1935-1946 on isotopes, cholesterol, microbiology, molecular chemistry, enzymes, amino acids, biochemistry, etc., including articles by Nobel winner Konrad Bloch
2 volumes of offprints 1935-1946 on isotopes, cholesterol, microbiology, molecular chemistry, enzymes, amino acids, biochemistry, etc., including articles by Nobel winner Konrad Bloch

2 volumes of offprints 1935-1946 on isotopes, cholesterol, microbiology, molecular chemistry, enzymes, amino acids, biochemistry, etc., including articles by Nobel winner Konrad Bloch

Hardcover. Dozens of offprints, dated 1935-1946, from journals such as The Journal of Biological Chemistry, The Journal of Organic Chemistry, etc. by many of the most esteemed scientists in the field of molecular chemistry, including at least a dozen articles authored or co-authored by Konrad Bloch, who won the Nobel Prize in 1964 for his work on cholesterol (and there are papers in these volumes that reflect his early interest in cholesterol). The 2 volumes are bound in green buckram and labeled "Isotopes" and were collected by distinguished microbiologist Ronald Bentley (d. 2011). About 50 pp. of articles are in an early photocopy medium, but most are genuine offprints from distinguished scientific journals. Another frequent author is Rudolf Schoenheimer who developed the technique of isotope tagging or labelling alongside Urey and Bloch; many of the articles are on deuterium and "heavy water" but none is authored by Urey himself. Probably over 500 pp. in total. Very good, light wear to bindings, contents overall clean and unmarked. Very Good. Item #H12372

Price: $200.00