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 (ĕd′l-mən), Gerald Maurice 1929-2014.
American biochemist and neuroscientist. He shared a 1972 Nobel Prize for research on the molecular structure of antibodies and later worked on the nervous system and the nature of consciousness.
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Edelman

(ˈɛdəlmən)
n
(Biography) Gerald Maurice. born 1929, US biochemist: he shared the Nobel prize for physiology or medicine (1972) with Rodney Porter for determining the structure of antibodies
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