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The Work of Michael Potter
(1924–2013)

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Potter Exhibit Dedication at the NIH

Michael Potter Memorial Lecture: A Friend in a Lifelong Search for a Cure for Multiple Myeloma, an NIH Legend

Air date: Monday, May 14, 2018, 9:30:00 AM (Time displayed is Eastern Time, Washington DC Local)

Runtime: 01:00:56

Description: A Lecture honoring the scientific accomplishments of Michael Potter, the Lasker award-winning NIH scientist who established the foundation that led to the development of monoclonal antibodies, largely seen as one of the greatest advances in medical search of the 20th Century. Following this lecture, there will be a ribbon-cutting ceremony and reception marking the opening of a historic exhibit about Michael Potter's work.

Author: Melchers, F., National Institutes of Health

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NLM Classification: WH 540

NLM ID: 101728502

CIT Live ID: 27777

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