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  1. Abraham. Penicillin and After: The Rise of the Antibiotics Era (1990)

    Subject
    Biology; Medical sciences

    Sir Edward Penley Abraham FRS (1913-1999) in conversation with Prof. Robert Thomas of Imperial College on 1 May 1990. Abraham and his colleagues at Oxford developed penicillins during the Second World War...

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  2. Baddiley. Professor Sir James Baddiley in Conversation with Professor Sir Hans Kornberg Frs October 1990 (1990)

    Subject
    Biology; Medical sciences

    Sir James Baddiley is the discoverer of teichoic acids, polymers which represent a major component of cells, i.e. of Gram-positive bacteria. He discusses his family life and education, and his research and...

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  3. Bartley. An Interview with Emeritus Professor Walter Bartley (1989)

    Subject
    Biology; Medical sciences

    Part 1 reviews the career of Walter Bartley, particularly his wartime work on scabies, night blindness, vitamin A and vitamin C deficiency, secondary shock, shipwreck survival, and the digestibility of the...

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