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The latest entry from the National Library of Medicine's Profiles in Science series (last mentioned in the May 5, 2000 Scout Report) was just posted this week. One of three scientists to share the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1972 for his work on the composition of proteins, Anfinsen later turned to research on interferon, helping to enable the relatively easy production of the protein for use in anti-viral drugs. The Profiles in Science exhibit gives an overview of the periods of Anfinsen's work, with documents and photographs for each section available from the top of the page. The documents are also accessible off of the front page via alphabetical or chronological listings or through a search interface that lets users search either the documents themselves or the metadata, the data about the documents.
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