Antonín Holý was born in Prague, Czechoslovakia, back in 1936. His specialty was organic chemistry. He attended the Charles University in Prague. From 1960, he trained at the Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry at the Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences.
In 1967, he was the institute’s lead scientist. By 1987, he was the chief of the Department of Nucleic Acid Chemistry. He died in 2012, from an unspecified cause, he was 75.
What you may not know about Antonín is that he was involved in the creation of the most effective drug in the treatment of AIDS. He authored more than 400 discoveries and held 60 patents. His research and discoveries has effected millions of people with HIV/AIDS and hepatitis B.
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