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Gallery 16: George Beadle at work in his lab at Stanford.

Gallery 16:  George Beadle at work in his lab at Stanford.
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George Beadle at work in his lab at Stanford.
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16371. Biography 16: George Wells Beadle (1903-1989)
George Beadle had successful research careers in corn and Drosophila genetics, before starting the field of Neurospora research.
16372. Biography 16: Edward Lawrie Tatum (1909-1975)
Edward Tatum and George Beadle used Neurospora to prove that "one gene makes one protein." Tatum also had a role in starting bacterial genetics.
16361. Gallery 16: Young George Beadle, around 1908.
Young George Beadle, around 1908.
16366. Gallery 16: Beadle and assistant in the Neurospora storeroom at Stanford, 1949.
Beadle and assistant in the Neurospora storeroom at Stanford, 1949.
16368. Gallery 16: George Beadle at the Nobel Awards ceremonies.
George Beadle at the Nobel Awards ceremonies.
16479. Gallery 21: Letter from Sydney Brenner to Matt Meselson (2)
(Page 2 of 2) Letter from Sydney Brenner to Matt Meselson trying to arrange a visit to Meselson's lab. Meselson forwarded the letter to George 'Beets' Beadle, department chair, to request financial assistance for Brenner.
16478. Gallery 21: Letter from Sydney Brenner to Matt Meselson (1)
(Page 1 of 2) Letter from Sydney Brenner to Matt Meselson trying to arrange a visit to Meselson's lab. Meselson forwarded the letter to George 'Beets' Beadle, department chair, to request financial assistance for Brenner.
16418. Biography 18: Joshua Lederberg (1925-2008)
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16147. Gallery 1: George Beadle, 1914
Young George Beadle (1958 winner of the Nobel Prize for Medicine), with his father and sister, 1914.
15009. George Wells Beadle and Edward Tatum
won Nobel in physiology or medicine in 1958 for work demonstrating the "one gene one protein" hypothesis. elegant experiment done with Edward Tatum. induced mutations that caused lack of vitamin B6 in red bread mold.
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