The vitamin K family is discovered. Danish scientist Dr. Henrik Dam describes a fat-soluble factor that reduces bleeding in chicks fed an extremely low-fat diet. He names this factor vitamin K, for koagulation. A few years later, American biochemist Edward Doisy determines the chemical structure of vitamin K and succeeds in synthesizing it.
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