as well as investigating the metabolism of the human tumor. These experiments led to some interesting results but not much of any practical interest. He soon came to the conclusion that although the athymic mouse colony was important in a number of studies, they didn't seem to lend themselves to the treatment of human cancer.
Nate was still working in the broad area of immobilized enzymes, athymic mice, and chemotherapeutic agents at the time of his death.
THE QUOTATIONS BY William Allison, Morris Friedkin, Martin Kamen, H. A. Barker, David Greenberg, Mary Ellen Jones, and W. P. Jencks were taken from a memorial publication dedicated to Nate, and appeared in Analytical Biochemistry 161:229–44, 1987.
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