In 1943, German Army recruited Nobel Prize winner (1938) Austrian-German biochemist Richard Kuhn to determine the nerve agent damage cause mechanism.
He and his research team discovered the nerve agent blocking enzyme – cholinesterase and its operation process. As part of their research, in 1944, Kuhn and colleagues synthesised a new nerve agent, soman, which was twice as good as sarin at inhibiting cholinesterase.
How Can Such a Stupid Thing Destroy Humanity? What have we most of all been taught as children? The answer is simple: wash your hands before eating, and after using the toilet, and if you are sick stay at home, and avoid other people. But why most of us forget these are the most crucialContinue reading “Back to the Future New Normal – Part IV”
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