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Francis Crick and James Watson in Cambridge.

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1953 picture of Francis Crick (L) and James Watson (R) walking along the backs of King's College in Cambridge.
Keywords:
francis crick and james watson,dna double helix,francis crick,cambridge backs,central dogma,dna structure,base pairing,s college,model building,rna,proteins
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