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Jan Zaleski (March 8, 1869, Kalwaria Augustowska – August 22, 1932, in Warsaw) was a Polish biochemist. Zaleski was a professor of the Agricultural University of Dublany (1904–1907), professor of the Warsaw University (since 1922), member of the Polish Academy of Learning (since 1921).
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In the years of 1895–1901 he co-operated with Marceli Nencki in researches about content of ammonia in blood and conversions of blood pigment. In 1907 Zaleski published empirical formula of mesoporphyrin. He is a co-author (with K. Lindenfeld) of method to obtain a haemin.
Categories: Polish biochemists | Polish chemists
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