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Gallery 24: Phil Sharp, 1999

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16035. Rich Roberts and Phil Sharp, 1974
The RNA message is sometimes edited.
16535. Gallery 24: Arlene Jackson, Phil Sharp and C. Mulder, 1971
The Sambrook lab at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory around 1971 where Phil Sharp was a post-doc. (L-R) Arlene Jackson, Phil Sharp and C. Mulder.
16543. Video 24: Phil Sharp, clip 1
Recounting how he came to Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory to study viruses.
16544. Video 24: Phil Sharp, clip 2
Describing long nuclear versus short cytoplasmic message RNA, and what the differences suggested.
16545. Video 24: Phil Sharp, clip 3
Interpreting the electron micrographs that led to the discovery of the split gene.
16546. Video 24: Phil Sharp, clip 4
Developing the experimental technologies used to study DNA fragments: agarose gel electrophoresis and restriction enzymes.
16547. Video 24: Phil Sharp, clip 5
Commenting on how the real excitement of science comes when you don't know what's going on, and you get to be part of "the chase."
16549. Biography 24: Phillip Allen Sharp (1944- )
Phil Sharp and Richard Roberts shared the 1993 Nobel Prize for the discovery of the split gene theory.
16937. An Explanation of RNA Splicing
Dr. Sharp explains the process of RNA splicing.
16948. Alternative RNA Splicing Therapy for Spinal Muscular Atrophy
Drs. Sharp and Sumner describe how RNA splicing can be used as a therapy for SMA.
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