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biochemist and nutritionist. He was certainly an investigator, but not a specialist. He was an opportunist, ready to take advantage of problems that presented themselves, whether con cerning a patient with an obscure disease, food shortages in wartime, survival after ship wreck, or a chance observation that he believed needed further investigation. He was interested in the physiology and biochemistry of the whole body and the functions of its organs and tissues rather than its nerves, cells anddoi:10.1098/rsbm.1995.0016 fatcat:3gb7ow6zufbn3o37p62vgzk2vy