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Video 22: Marshall Nirenberg, clip 3

Marshall Nirenberg is a member of the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute of the National Institutes of Health.
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16507. Video 22: Marshall Nirenberg, clip 4
Using charged tRNAs to prove triplet nature of the genetic code, and to determine the base sequences of codons
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Doing the experiments to determine whether the genetic code is universal, and their subsequent philosophical impact.
16508. Video 22: Marshall Nirenberg, clip 5
Working out the 64 codon combinations: the joy of doing science at this time.
16505. Video 22: Marshall Nirenberg, clip 2
Discovering that polyU directs the synthesis of polyPhenylalanine.
16510. Video 22: Marshall Nirenberg, clip 7
Finding out he won the Nobel prize.
16504. Video 22: Marshall Nirenberg, clip 1
Explaining the experiment to determine the RNA able to direct the synthesis of proteins.
15696. Marshall Nirenberg
Marshall Nirenberg, National Institute of Health, 1960.
16511. Biography 22: Marshall Warren Nirenberg (1927- )
Marshall Nirenberg, Har Gobind Khorana, and Robert Holley shared the 1968 Nobel Prize for Physiology and Medicine. Nirenberg and Khorana cracked the genetic code. Holley sequenced and deduced the structure of the first tRNA molecule.
16737. Gallery 36: Igor Dawid
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16493. Concept 22: DNA words are three letters long.
Three DNA nucleotides form a codon and specifiy amino acids.
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