Medical Research Council


What is it famous for? While being the main UK government's agency for funding biomedical research, it is probably best known for having nurtured British molecular biology in Cambridge in the golden decade of the 1950s — whence came the double helix model of DNA (James Watson and Francis Crick), the first amino-acid sequence of a protein (insulin, Fred… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/S0960-9822(02)00523-7


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@article{Kendrew1996MedicalRC, title={Medical Research Council}, author={J. C. Kendrew and Max F. Perutz}, journal={Current Biology}, year={1996}, volume={6} }