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Video 15: Thomas Sakmar, clip 1

Thomas Sakmar is a professor at Rockefeller University. His lab works on the role of several proteins involved in photochemistry, specifically how protein structure is related to function. Dr. Sakmar has a personal interest in the work done by Phoebus Levene.
sakmar, protein structure, phoebus levene, photochemistry, personal interest, hypothesis, proteins
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16353. Video 15: Thomas Sakmar, clip 2
Phoebus Levene's contributions -- the distinction between DNA and RNA.
16354. Video 15: Thomas Sakmar, clip 3
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16355. Video 15: Thomas Sakmar, clip 4
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16357. Biography 15: Phoebus Aaron Theodor Levene (1869-1940)
Phoebus Levene was an organic chemist in the early 1900's. He is perhaps best known for his incorrect tetranucleotide hypothesis of DNA.
15672. Phoebus Levene (c. 1930)
Phoebus Levene, circa 1930.
16345. Gallery 15: Phoebus Aaron Theodor Levene, 1915
Phoebus Aaron Theodor Levene, 1915.
16342. Animation 15: DNA and proteins are key molecules of the cell nucleus.
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16358. Problem 15: DNA and proteins are key molecules of the cell nucleus.
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16422. Animation 19: The DNA molecule is shaped like a twisted ladder.
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16062. Friedrich Miescher
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