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Sofia Simmonds

Sofia S. "Topsy" Simmonds (July 31, 1917 – July 27, 2007) was an American biochemist who studied amino acid metabolism and peptide metabolism in E. coli. After decades as a researcher and then associate professor there, Simmonds became a full professor of biochemistry in 1975, and later served as Associate Dean of Yale College. Simmonds coauthored the influential General Biochemistry, the first comprehensive biochemistry textbook.

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doctoral student: Sofia Simmonds
  • American biochemist
Joseph S. Fruton
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spouse: Sofia Simmonds
  • American biochemist

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Yale University
New Haven
United States of America
Weill Cornell Medical
Barnard College

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