Rudolph Albert Peters

Peters, Rudolph Albert

Biochemiker (1889–1982). Ms. Brief mit eigenh. U. („Ra Peters“). Cambridge. ½ S. 4to.
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Rudolph Albert Peters (1889–1982), Biochemiker. Ms. Brief mit e. U. („Ra Peters“). Cambridge, 6. April 1960. ½ S. 4°. – An den Genetiker und Molekularbiologen Hans Ferdinand Linskens (1921–2007): „Thank you for your letter [...] and your kind invitation to contribute to the chapter about Enzyme Inhibition. I should be grateful if you could let me know more about this. How long you were envisaging the chapter? When you would want the article and what honorarium would be available for writing it? [...]“ – R.

A. Peters „isolated thiamin as the anti-neuritic vitamin, and established its role in carbohydrate metabolism (the first biochemical function of a vitamin to be described); later worked on antidotes to chemical warfare agents, and the toxicity of organic fluorine compounds“ ( – Auf Briefpapier mit gedr. Briefkopf; im linken Rand gelocht (keine Textberührung)..