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Early Education
At Berkeley
Why NIH?
Follow Your Nose!
Laboratory Settings
Teachers Live in Eternity
Biographical Sketches
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  1. Introduction
  2. Early Education
    Thressa Campbell
    Earl Stadtman
  3. At Berkeley
    Marriage and Wartime Research
    The Heritage of the "Delft School" of Microbiology
  4. Why NIH?
    The Anti-Nepotism Rules
    Married Couples in Science at NIH
    Building 3 Biochemists
  5. "Follow Your Nose!"
    Thressa Stadtman's Research
    How Does Vitamin B12 Function?
    Pioneer of Selenium Biochemistry
    Earl Stadtman's Research
    How Are Fatty Acids Made?
    How to Control the Production of Amino Acids?
    What is Aging?
    Summary of the Stadtmans' Research
  6. Laboratory Settings
    Anaerobic Laboratory-An NIH First
    Fermenter Room
    Warburg Apparatus
    Micro-Combustion Furnace
    Amino Acid/Peptide Analyzer
    Electron Paramagnetic Resonance (EPR)
    Spectrophotometer and High Pressure Liquid Chromatography (HPLC)
  7. "Teachers Live in Eternity"
    Mentoring at NIH
    Group Photos
  8. Other features
    Chronology: "Making Biochemists Par Excellence "
    Slide Show: "Life of a Beleaguered Chemist"
    Video: "Building 3 in Historical Perspective: Scientists and Their Laboratories"
    Video Clip Collection
    Earl Stadtman on how he became a biochemist
    Earl Stadtman on biochemists in Building 3 at NIH
    Thressa Stadtman on selenium biochemistry
    Boon Chock on glutamine synthetase
    Rodney Levine on protein oxidation and aging
    Michael Poston on the anaerobic laboratory
    Moon Bin Yim on EPR
    Barbara Berlett on 500-liter fermenter
    Barbara Berlett on spectrophotometer, HPLC, and other instruments
  9. Glossary
  10. Biographical Sketches
    Anfinsen, Christian Boehmer
    Ames, Bruce N.
    Barker, Horace Albert
    Beijerinck, Martinus W.
    Berzelius, Jöns Jacob
    Brown, Michael Stuart
    Hodgkin, Dorothy Crowfoot
    Kluyver, Albert Jan
    Lipmann, Fritz Albert
    Lynen, Feodor
    Nirenberg, Marshall
    Prusiner, Stanley B.
    Stetten, DeWitt, Jr.
    Vagelos, P. Roy
    Van Niel, Cornelis Bernardus Kees
    Warburg, Otto Heinrich
    Winogradsky, Sergey Nikolaevicht
  11. References
  12. Acknowledgments


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