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Nature volume 160, pages 4748 (12 July 1947) | Download Citation



No better indication of the deep affection in which Sir Frederick Gowland Hopkins was held by biochemists in general—whether or not fortunate enough to have been his pupils—could be afforded than by the almost universal use among them of his nickname ‘Hoppy’. To them he was a dear and lovable character and a great biochemist.

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