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Jesse Francis McClendon (1880-1976), US physiologist. McClendon was awarded his doctorate in 1906 by the University of Pennsylvania. Most of his career was spent at the Physiological Laboratory of the University of Minnesota Medical School, Minneapolis, USA. He began research there in 1914 and was appointed Professor of Physiological Chemistry in 1920. He left in 1939 and worked in Philadelphia at the Hahnemann Medical School and then the Albert Einstein Medical Center. His research included invertebrate zoology, nutrition, pH control, and the role of iodine in human metabolism and health. Photographed circa 1905.
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