Peter Mitchell

Peter Mitchell

English biochemist, Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 1979
Finally, to the theme of the respiratory chain, it is especially noteworthy that David Kellin's chemically simple view of the respiratory chain appears now to have been right all along-and he deserves great credit for having been so reluctant to become involved when the energy-rich chemical intermediates began to be so fashionable. This reminds me of the aphorism: 'The obscure we see eventually, the completely apparent takes longer'. /view/ Peter Mitchell quotes

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