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Monday, June 2, 2008

I don't know why this fascinates me....

I guess I must be a scientific genealogist at heart.  I was trying to look up some info about fibronectin and it's interaction with the basement membrane, hoping to find some on the site of Alan F Horwitz, former head of the Cell and Structural Development Department here at the U of I and big name in integrin research (now at U of VA) and I ran across this.  

 

Scientific six degrees of separation, I guess.

 

Scientific Ancestry

G.F. Rouelle
1703-1773
A.L. Lavoisier
1743-1794
A.F. DeFoureroy
1755-1809
J. Vanquelin
1763-1829
F. Stromeyer
1776-1835
R. Bunsen
1811-1899
A.W. Hofmann
1812-1892
J. Tiemann
1848-1899
H.I. Schlesinger
1882-1960
H.C. Brown
1912-2004
N. Davidson
1916-2002
H.M. McConnell
1927-
A.F. Horwitz  

 

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