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ORIGINAL WORKS . Littlewood's writings are brought together in his Collected Papers (Oxford, 1982) and in G . H . Hardy, Collected Papers, 7 vols . (Oxford . 19661979) . " in Rocket'ller University Review, 5 (1967), 1-7 . 11 . SECONDARY LITERATURE . Harald Bohr, Collected Mathematical Works, I (Copenhagen, 1952) : J . C . Burkill . W . K . Hayman, H . L . Montgomery, A . Zygmund, and A . C . Offord, "John Edensor Littlewood," in Biographical Memoirs of Fellows ol'the Royal Society, 24 (1978), 323367 : Mary L .
From Manchester (1932) . Journal of Physiology, Endocrinology, Journal of Applied Physiology, Physiological Reviews, Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, and Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine . In the summer of 1950, Long traveled to Japan 5 66 LONG LONG to head an advisory group of the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission, whose goal was the rebuilding of the medical schools there after World War II . He was consultant or member of the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, the Atomic Energy Commission, the Armed Forces Quartermaster's Food and Container Institute, the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, the Institute for Defense Analyses, the National Research Council, the National Science Foundation, the Office of Scientific Research and Development, the President's Scientific Advisory Committee for the United States Army, and the United States Public Health Service .
2 . For later developments in this field, derived from LinderstomLang's work, see R . Keith Cannan, "The Acid-Base Titration of Proteins," in Chemical Reviews, 30 (1942), 395-412 ; and Charles Tanford, "The Interpretation of Hydrogen Ion Titration Curves of Proteins," in Advances in Protein Chemistry, 17 (1962), 69-165 . As the three-dimensional structure of many proteins has become known in detail, correspondingly elaborate calculations of electrostatic forces around protein ions have been developed, notably by F .