Russian Journal of Developmental Biology, Vol. 35, No. 6, 2004, pp. 394–395. Translated from Ontogenez, Vol. 35, No. 6, 2004, pp. 479–480. Original Russian Text Copyright © 2004 by Ozernyuk. LOSSES OF SCIENCE Technical Institute of the Ministry of Wood Industry and, from 1957, at the Institute of Animal Morphology of the USSR Academy of Sciences. The entire subse- quent scientiﬁc activity of Milman was connected with this institute (from 1967—Kol’tsov Institute of Devel- opmental Biology). Milman began to work at the Laboratory of Bio- chemistry of Cell Structures headed by I.B. Zbarsky. At that time, G.P. Georgiev, O.P. Samarina, V.P. Mant’eva, L.P. Ermolaeva, K.A. Perevoshchikopva worked in this laboratory. Here, Milman carried out signiﬁcant studies on biochemistry of nucleic acids, which constituted the basis of his candidate (PhD) thesis “A Study of Nucleic Acids in Cytoplasm of Animal Cells,” which he defended at the Bakh Institute of Biochemistry, USSR Academy of Sciences, in 1961. In 1963, Milman was transferred to the Group of Space Biology organized and headed by A.I. Zotin and A.A. Neyfakh, which was reorganized in 1965 into two groups: Developmental Biophysics (A.I. Zotin) and Developmental Biochemistry (A.A. Neyfakh). In 1967, when Institute of Developmental Bioilogy
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