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Mahlon Hoagland and Paul Zamecnik (1940s)

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(L) Mahlon Hoagland, circa 1940s (R) Paul Zamecnik, circa 1940s. <br><br> They were biochemists who were interested in protein synthesis. DNA and genetics were biological problems until their results helped prove the Central Dogma.
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(L) Mahlon Hoagland, circa 1940s (R) Paul Zamecnik, circa 1940s. <br><br> They were biochemists who were interested in protein synthesis. DNA and genetics were biological problems until their results helped prove the Central Dogma.
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mahlon hoagland,central dogma,protein synthesis,biological problems,biochemists,1940s,genetics,dna
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