Albert von Szent-Györgyi

(1893—1986) American biochemist, born in Hungary

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(1893–1986) US biochemist,

b. Hungary. He received the 1937 Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine for his work on biological oxidation processes and the isolation of vitamin C. He also studied the biochemistry of muscle, discovering the muscle protein actin.


Subjects: Science and Mathematics.

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