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Gerhard Braunitzer (24 September 1921 – 27 May 1989) was a German biochemist who was a pioneer in protein sequencing. He refined a method of C-terminal analysis that was used in early sequencing work, and he generated the first full sequence of a hemoglobin chain (β-hemoglobin). He worked at the Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry. Later in his career he was a significant researcher in the field of molecular evolution.
- "Gerhard Braunitzer September 24, 1921–May 27, 1989", Journal of Molecular Evolution, Volume 29, Number 6, December, 1989
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