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Video 34: Douglas Hanahan, clip 5

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Doug Hanahan is a professor of biochemistry at UCSF. He refined transformation techniques, and developed the current theories on the mechanisms of DNA uptake.
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mechanisms, biochemistry, ucsf, efficiencies, transformation techniques, douglas hanahan, dna uptake
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