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Professor Robert Percival Cook, Lecturer in Biochemistry, University College, Dundee and Queen's College, Dundee; Professor of Biochemistry, University of Dundee Series
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Correspondence and Papers of Robert P. Cook

Includes letters from Nobel Laureates. Documents in section UR-SF 34/7 appear to have been listed at least twice before present list was finalised. Items (now in sub-sections UR-SF 34/7/1-UR-SF 34/7/32) were numbered individually, as (1)-(137), and arranged in envelopes, which were bound into folders. The numbered sub-sections therefore represent the separate envelopes in which the letters were grouped. The original list was excessively detailed, and has been edited for convenience. Documents in subsections UR-SF 34/7/33 - UR-SF 34/7/36 appear to have been added to the list later, and individual items are listed separately within each sub-section]. Additional material has been added due to later accessions

Correspondence, articles and memoranda relating to Marjory Stephenson [1885 - 1948]

Correspondence between Cook and Marjory Stephenson; Obituary notice for Marjory Stephenson; 'Bacterial Oxidations by Molecular Oxygen' - Research paper by Cook and Stephenson; Correspondence between Cook and Dr. E.F. Gale regarding a memorial for M.S; Cheque for £5 from Cook to M.S.; 'Enzymes concerned in the primary utilisation of amino acids by bacteria' - Research Paper by Ernest Frederick Gale; Letter from Eddie Dawes to R.P. Cook. Marjory Stephenson was a Biochemist who spent the majority of her career working in Cambridge. The main focus of her reasearch was bacteria and she published a wide variety of research papers, including a 1928 collaboration with R.P. Cook.
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