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UNIVERSITY PLACE

75th Anniversary of Warfarin

  • Aired: 01/30/2008
  • 01:10:58
  • Rating: TV-G
Tom Link, son of UW-Madison biochemist Karl Paul Link and Dave Nelson, UW-Madison Professor of Biochemistry Explore the history behind the drug, Warfarin- how it went from a rat pesticide to helping prevent blood clots- and the life of the scientist behind it, Karl Paul Link.
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