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  • Letters to the Editor
  • D. B. Tyler, Theodore B. Schwartz, Samuel Refetoff, E. A. Evans Jr., Professor Emeritus, and Ronald Bentley
D. B. Tyler
P.O. Box 6017
Albany Station
Berkeley, California 94706-6017
Theodore B. Schwartz
4820 Roberts Road
Boise, Idaho 83705
Samuel Refetoff
Department of Medicine
University of Chicago
E. A. Evans Jr., Professor Emeritus
Department of Biochemistry
University of Chicago
Ronald Bentley
Department of Biological Sciences
University of Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15260


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