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Today's physician must cast a wistful but satisfying backward glance at the early classic studies of Minot and Castle and their colleagues. They were practitioners of the educated hunch and worked with such crude and molecularly undefined materials as liver and gastric juice, but their discoveries paved the way for a truly remarkable series of landmarks in molecular biology. Chanarin constructs a wide bridge between the clinical and the molecular in his comprehensive, objectively written text. The fact that he is the sole author of this major work is enough to recommend it, if we have not become too tempered
The Megaloblastic Anemias.. Ann Intern Med. 1970;73:147. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-73-1-147_2
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