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In April 1953, on a colleague's desk I saw a copy of Nature open to the paper of Watson and Crick. I gave it a cursory read and thought, Interestingnot down my alley. That my reaction to a discovery(More)
By the 1950s, scientists generally assumed that converting genetic information into the substance of life was a matter of translation. A DNA sequence, made from a combination of four kinds of(More)
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