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Heidelberger, Michael (8) (person)

Michael Heidelberger, chemist, was born in New York, N.Y., on 29 Apr. 1888; he received a Ph.D. from Columbia University in 1911. He married Nina Tachau (d. 1946) in 1916, then Charlotte Rosen (d. 1988) in 1956. Heidelberger held teaching positions as professor of biochemistry and immuno-chemistry at the College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York; professor of immunochemistry at Rutgers University; and professor of pathology at the New York University School of Medicine. He is considered th...

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Heidelberger, Michael (6) (person)

Acknowledged as the father of immunochemistry, Dr. Heidelberger is responsible for determining that the materials enveloping the virulent pneumococcal bacterium are carbohydrates. This determination led to greater understanding of one of the mechanisms by which invading bacteria develop in the body and cause disease. He was associated with the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University, the New York City Public Health Research Ins...

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Heidelberger, Michael, b. 1888 (1) (person)

Michael Heidelberger was born April 29, 1888 and died June 25, 1991. He is known as one of the founders of quantitative immunochemistry, and in the course of his career studied, bacterial polysaccharides (particularly pneumococcal), as well as the immunochemistry of proteins, antibodies, antigens and complement (see the article "Michael Heidelberger April 1888-June 25, 1991" by Elvin A. Kabat on file in the Modern Manuscripts department). The first child of David (1850-1927) and...

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