Exploring Chemical Analysis is essential to a wide range of scientific fields. Rosalyn Yalow, coinventor with Solomon Berson of the sensitive radioimmunoassay analytical procedure used in medicine and biology, passed away during the writing of this book. In 1977, she became only the second woman to receive the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine. Berson should have shared that prize, but he died in 1972 and the prize is not awarded posthumously. Radioimmunoassay is an example of a tremendously important contribution to chemical analysis made by someone other than an “analytical chemist.”
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