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James (Jim) Watson wearing his RNA Tie Club tie

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Jim Watson in Moscow at the International Biochemical Congress, 1961, wearing his RNA Tie Club tie. RNA Tie Club members were united by their ties as well as a desir to understand the role of RNA in protein synthesis.
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Jim Watson
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role of rna in protein synthesis,rna transcription,jim watson,james watson,moscow international,role of rna,club members,desir,congress,ties,translation
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