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Claude B. Klee
Claude B. Klee (born 1931, died April 3, 2017) was an French biochemist. She was awarded a 1991 Presidential Executive Rank Award. In 1992, she was elected to the National Academy of Medicine.
She graduated from the University of Marseille. She studied with M. Staehelin. She worked with Herbert Tabor, Louis Sokoloff, and Maxine Singer. She worked at the National Cancer Institute.
- Ernesto Carafoli, Ernesto Carafoli, Claude B. Klee, (ed) Cakcium-Regulated Protein Dephosphorylation, Calcium as a Cellular Regulator