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Scientist Trading Cards.

Scientist Trading Cards

A prominent figure in laboratory medicine is an avid collector of baseball cards. I have had the good fortune of his company on many occasions, but trips to the purveyors of baseball memorabilia just never aroused my interest. The all too clever boys at ATF (the originators of the Google mirror, elgooG) come to the rescue with the belief that the subjects of trading cards should not be limited to athletes. I'll trade you two Claude Shannons for one Bert Vogelstein. Huge!

Robert Rej

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Author:Rej, Robert
Publication:Clinical Chemistry
Date:Sep 1, 2003
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