'Cohn and Edsall': physical chemistry conclusively supports a protein model.

Abstract

The Harvard laboratory of Edwin J. Cohn and J.T. Edsall and the treatise on proteins that emerged from their work exerted a dominant effect from the 1920s to the 1950s. Its most important achievement was to solidify a molecular picture of proteins, especially the picture of a globular protein. This model representation did not originate with Cohn and Edsall… (More)

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