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Gallery 33: François Jacob, 1985

Gallery 33: François Jacob, 1985
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François Jacob , 1985
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François Jacob
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16689. Gallery 33: François Jacob, 1953
François Jacob at a Cold Spring Harbor meeting, 1953.
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François Jacob's letter to Matt Meselson about his planned trip to Meselson's lab.
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François Jacob talks about how enzyme production was viewed at the time they were beginning their experiments.
15270. Deciding on studying the lac operon, François Jacob
François Jacob explains why Jacques Monod chose to work with the lactose system.
15275. Molecules thought to be unique to species, François Jacob
François Jacob talks about molecules thought to be unique to species
16466. Biography 20: Matthew Stanley Meselson (1930- )
Matthew Meselson and Franklin Stahl invented the technique of density gradient centrifugation and used this to prove that DNA is replicated semi-conservatively.
16733. Biography 35: James E. Darnell, Jr. (1930 - )
James Darnell studied how chemical signals turn eukaryotic genes on and off.
15693. François Jacob and Jacques Monod
François Jacob (1953) and Jacques Monod
16029. Francois Jacob, 1961
Genes can be turned on and off.
15694. Francois Jacob
Francois Jacob, Cold Spring Harbor, 1953 meeting. Source: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Archives.
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