Hemoglobins

Treatment of Anemia during Pregnancy (1931), by Lucy Wills

Treatment of Anemia during Pregnancy (1931), by Lucy Wills

In 1931, physician Lucy Wills conducted a study of nutritional deficiencies that caused anemia in pregnant women in Bombay, India, later renamed Mumbai. Anemia is a lack of healthy red blood cells in the blood. Wills published the results of her study in the medical article "Treatment of ‘Pernicious Anaemia of Pregnancy' and ‘Tropical Anaemia'" in the British Medical Journal in

Alec John Jeffreys (1950–)

Alec John Jeffreys (1950–)

Alec John Jeffreys created a process called DNA fingerprinting in the UK during the twentieth century. For DNA fingerprinting, technicians identify a person as the source of a biological sample by comparing the genetic information contained in the person's DNA to the DNA contained in the sample. Jeffreys developed the technique in the 1980s while at the University of Leicester in Leicester, UK. Jeffreys´s technique had immediate applications.

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