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Rosalind Franklin

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The X-ray crystallographic expert, hired for her skills, and known to be methodical. Don't call her Rosy!
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franklin rosalind,rosalind franklin,x ray,1950s
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15874. Franklin's X-ray
Rosalind Franklin and Raymond Gosling obtained this X-ray diffraction pattern, which triggered the idea that DNA was a helix.
15013. Wilkins' X-ray diffraction pattern
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15014. Franklin's X-ray diffraction, explanation of X-ray pattern.
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16019. Rosalind Franklin, 1952
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15262. Rosalind Franklin's reasoning on the DNA structure, Raymond Gosling
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16439. Biography 19: Rosalind Elsie Franklin (1920-1958)
James Watson and Francis Crick solved the structure of DNA. Other scientists, like Rosalind Franklin and Maurice Wilkins, also contributed to this discovery.
16440. Biography 19: Maurice Hugh Frederick Wilkins (1916-2004)
James Watson and Francis Crick solved the structure of DNA. Other scientists, like Rosalind Franklin and Maurice Wilkins, also contributed to this discovery.
15455. Winning the race for the double helix, James Watson
James Watson talks about his partnership with Francis Crick.
15260. Rosalind Franklin points out Watson and Crick's mistakes, Raymond Gosling
Raymond Gosling - Rosalind Franklin's graduate student - talks about what Franklin knew from the B-form diffraction pattern.
15261. The culture in Maurice Wilkins' lab, Raymond Gosling
Raymond Gosling - Rosalind Franklin's graduate student - talks about Franklin's relationship with Maurice Wilkins.
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