Tribute / Homage

Pinto, B. Mario
April 2006
Canadian Journal of Chemistry;Apr2006, Vol. 84 Issue 4, p11
Academic Journal
Pays homage to chemist Walter Szarek. Personal, educational and career background; Contributions to carbohydrate chemistry; Interest in carbohydrates; Success of his collaboration with other chemists on a medicinal chemistry project.


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