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Sir John Henry Gaddum FRS (31 March 1900 - 30 June 1965) was a British pharmacologist. He was educated at Rugby School and Trinity College, Cambridge. He became professor of pharmacology at the University of Cairo. Subsequent to this he took up a chair at University College London. He later worked at Porton Down. He is best remembered for his classic work "Gaddum's Pharmacology".
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Dr. Gaddum is remembered with amuzement for writing for the first time in an explicit form the equation which describes the competitive binding of two ligands to a receptor.
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