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Dr. Coburn is director of the Biochemistry Department and Clincial Laboratory at the Fort Wayne State Developmental Center and professor ofchemistry at Indiana University–Purdue University at Fort Wayne. His undergraduate training was in agriculture at Rutgers University and his graduate training was in biochemistry at Purdue University. He is a diplomat of the American Board of Clinical Chemistry. His research has focused on the use of stable and radioactive tracers to evaluate the routes, rates, and regulation of vitamin B-6 metabolism. He has published numerous articles and reviews as well as a monograph, Chemistry and Metabolismof 4'-Deoxypyridoxine (CRC Press, 1981).
Affiliations and Expertise
Fort Wayne State Development Center, Indiana
Affiliations and Expertise
Indiana University/Purdue University at Fort Wayne
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