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Video 28: Richard Setlow, clip 4

Richard Setlow is a Senior Biophysicist at the Brookhaven National Laboratory. Dr. Setlow did some of the early work on DNA repair.
thymine dimers, brookhaven national laboratory, bacterial strains, dna repair, biophysicist,
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16617. Video 28: Richard Setlow, clip 1
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16624. Biography 28: Richard B. Setlow (1921 - )
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16613. Animation 28: Some types of mutations are automatically repaired.
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16395. Animation18: Bacteria and viruses have DNA too.
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