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date: 16 April 2021

Keilin, Davidlocked

(1887–1963)
  • Christopher F. Lindsey

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Keilin, David (1887–1963), biochemist and parasitologist, was born in Moscow on 21 March 1887, the second son in the family of seven children of Hirsh Davidoff Keilin, a businessman and small landowner from Warsaw, and his wife, Rachel Strelsin. Keilin was educated by a governess until the age of ten and he then attended the ...

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University of Oxford, department of zoology
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