Notes for Internal Circulation

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Notes for Internal Circulation. In copyright. Source: Wellcome Collection.

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Three "notes" produced for internal circulation at the Cavendish Laboratory:

1. "The height of the intermolecular vector peaks in protein Pattersons" (holograph and typescript, dated October 1951);

2. "The transform of short sets of coiled coils at very low resolution" (typescript, n.d.);

3. "Evidence for the Donohue 4.416 helix in haemoglobin" (holograph, dated 5 December 1952).



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