Vladimir Gulevich

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Vladimir Sergeevich Gulevich
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Born Nov. 6 (18), 1867
Died Sept. 6, 1933
Fields Biochemistry
Institutions Moscow State University

Vladimir Sergeevich Gulevich (1867-1933) was a Russian and Soviet biochemist who first isolated Carnitine from Mammalian muscle.[1]


Gulevich graduated in 1890 and received the degree of doctor of medicine in 1896 from the department of medicine of Moscow State University. From 1899 to 1900 he was a professor at the University of Kharkov. From 1900, he joined the Moscow State University where he was rector for a brief period of time in 1919.[2] He was a full member of the USSR Academy of Sciences since 1929.[3]


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