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Gallery 34: Stanley Cohen (1)

Gallery 34: Stanley Cohen (1)
Stanley Cohen on one of his many hikes.
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16107. Depressed about Asilomar, Stanley Cohen
Stanley Cohen talks about depressed about Asilomar.
16706. Gallery 34: Stanley Cohen
Stanley Cohen, Stanford University professor.
16033. Stanley Cohen and Herbert Boyer, 1972
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15915. The first recombinant DNA
Stanley Cohen and Herbert Boyer's historic experiment used techniques to cut and paste DNA to create the first custom-made organism containing recombined or "recombinant" DNA.
16103. Scare scenarios, Stanley Cohen
Stanley Cohen talks about scare scenarios.
15074. Taking apart plasmid DNA, Stanley Cohen
Stanley Cohen speaks about his and Herbert Boyer's experiment to make the first plasmid that had been engineered to contain foreign DNA.
15626. Paul Berg and Stanley Cohen
Herbert Boyer: Former varsity lineman turned biotech bigwig. Expert at cutting DNA before most people knew it could be done. Stanley Cohen: A born tinkerer; figured out the trick of using loops of DNA called plasmids to transform bacterial DNA
15916. DNA transformation
Stanley Cohen and Herbert Boyer inserted the recombinant DNA molecule they created into E. coli bacteria by means of a plasmid, thereby inducing the uptake and expression of a foreign DNA sequence known as "transformation."
15075. Challenge of isolating a gene, Stanley Cohen
Stanley Cohen talks about the challenge of isolating and studying individual genes.
15028. Interest in plasmids, Herbert Boyer
Herb Boyer talks about Stanley Cohen's and his interest in plasmids as vectors for DNA.
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