(1901-1978) American biochemist, Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1955 for the isolation, structural identification, and total synthesis of the cyclic peptide, oxytocin.
Typed letter signed, one page, 8,25 x 11 inch, `Department of Chemistry - Cornell University` letterhead, New York, 6.07.1972, reply letter to Mr. Temmen in Jever - concerning scientific papers, signed in dark ink "V. du Vigneaud", with two horizontal letter folds - in nearly very fine condition.
"I appreciate indeed your interest in our research and to answer your request for information on where our scientific papers were published I would say that most of them are published in The Journal of the American Chemical Society, the Journal of Biological Chemistry and the Journal of Medicinal Chemistry. I am enclosing a small photo.
Sincerely yours, - V. du Vigneaud"
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