Arne Tiselius(redirected from Arne Wilhelm Kaurin Tiselius)
Born Aug. 10, 1902, in Stockholm; died Oct. 29, 1971, in Uppsala. Swedish biochemist. Member and president (from 1956) of the Swedish Academy of Sciences.
Tiselius, a Nobel Prize winner (1948), was a professor of biochemistry and the director of the Institute of Biochemistry at Uppsala (1938–68). His work dealt mainly with techniques for electrophoretic and chromatographic research on macromolecular compounds. Tiselius also demonstrated the complex nature of serum proteins.