Origin of the Word ‘Protein’

@article{Hartley1951OriginOT,
  title={Origin of the Word ‘Protein’},
  author={H. Hartley},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1951},
  volume={168},
  pages={244-244}
}
  • H. Hartley
  • Published 1951
  • Philosophy, Medicine
  • Nature
  • IN an address to the Swedish Royal Academy of Sciences on “The Place of Berzelius in the History of Chemistry” and in the Berzelius Memorial Lecture to the Royal Society, I claimed for Berzelius the authorship of the word ‘protein’. This claim was based on the following passages in a letter to Mulder, the Dutch chemist, dated July 10, 1838: 
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