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DNA

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 188 Collections and/or Records:

A Southern Cross method for the analysis of genome organization and the localization of transcription units, by Huntington Potter and David Dressler, 1986

 Item — Box 12, Folder: 13
Identifier: SB_1_1_482_28
Scope and Contents From the Series: The Correspondence series consists of incoming and outgoing handwritten and typed letters, carbons, postcards, faxes, and telegrams generated during Sydney Brenner's career. The bulk of this series covers the late 1940s to the 2000s. Correspondents include over 30 Nobel laureates, as well as biochemists, geneticists, students, publishers, and others. Highlights of the collection include the correspondence from Francis Crick, with whom Brenner shared an office for 20 years. Topics covered...

Actinomycin and DNA Transcription, by Henry M. Sobell, 1986

 Item — Box 16, Folder: 15
Identifier: SB_1_1_630_30
Scope and Contents From the Series: The Correspondence series consists of incoming and outgoing handwritten and typed letters, carbons, postcards, faxes, and telegrams generated during Sydney Brenner's career. The bulk of this series covers the late 1940s to the 2000s. Correspondents include over 30 Nobel laureates, as well as biochemists, geneticists, students, publishers, and others. Highlights of the collection include the correspondence from Francis Crick, with whom Brenner shared an office for 20 years. Topics covered...

Actinomycin and RNA Transcription, by Henry M. Sobell, 1984

 Item — Box 16, Folder: 15
Identifier: SB_1_1_630_12
Scope and Contents From the Series: The Correspondence series consists of incoming and outgoing handwritten and typed letters, carbons, postcards, faxes, and telegrams generated during Sydney Brenner's career. The bulk of this series covers the late 1940s to the 2000s. Correspondents include over 30 Nobel laureates, as well as biochemists, geneticists, students, publishers, and others. Highlights of the collection include the correspondence from Francis Crick, with whom Brenner shared an office for 20 years. Topics covered...

Chromosome Structure and Function: Future Prospects, by Francis Crick, 1977

 Item — Box 3, Folder: 38
Identifier: SB_1_1_133_43
Scope and Contents From the Series: The Correspondence series consists of incoming and outgoing handwritten and typed letters, carbons, postcards, faxes, and telegrams generated during Sydney Brenner's career. The bulk of this series covers the late 1940s to the 2000s. Correspondents include over 30 Nobel laureates, as well as biochemists, geneticists, students, publishers, and others. Highlights of the collection include the correspondence from Francis Crick, with whom Brenner shared an office for 20 years. Topics covered...

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Office of Technology Transfer Collection

 Collection
Identifier: OTT
Overview The bulk of the Office of Technology Transfer Collection documents CSHL’s first forays into the world of Biotechnology. Additional administrative files are part of the Collection which cover a variety of administrative issues.

Copy of article: Somatic hypermutation: evolution in a day, by Jeremy Knibbs, 1990

 Item — Box 16, Folder: 32
Identifier: SB_1_1_647_9
Scope and Contents From the Series: The Correspondence series consists of incoming and outgoing handwritten and typed letters, carbons, postcards, faxes, and telegrams generated during Sydney Brenner's career. The bulk of this series covers the late 1940s to the 2000s. Correspondents include over 30 Nobel laureates, as well as biochemists, geneticists, students, publishers, and others. Highlights of the collection include the correspondence from Francis Crick, with whom Brenner shared an office for 20 years. Topics covered...

Copy of article: The Somatic Selection Hypothesis, 1992

 Item — Box 16, Folder: 32
Identifier: SB_1_1_647_21
Scope and Contents From the Series: The Correspondence series consists of incoming and outgoing handwritten and typed letters, carbons, postcards, faxes, and telegrams generated during Sydney Brenner's career. The bulk of this series covers the late 1940s to the 2000s. Correspondents include over 30 Nobel laureates, as well as biochemists, geneticists, students, publishers, and others. Highlights of the collection include the correspondence from Francis Crick, with whom Brenner shared an office for 20 years. Topics covered...

Copy of handwritten letter from George Gamow to Dr. Rhoads, 1/12/1955

 Item — Box 5, Folder: 41
Identifier: SB_1_1_219_44
Scope and Contents From the Series: The Correspondence series consists of incoming and outgoing handwritten and typed letters, carbons, postcards, faxes, and telegrams generated during Sydney Brenner's career. The bulk of this series covers the late 1940s to the 2000s. Correspondents include over 30 Nobel laureates, as well as biochemists, geneticists, students, publishers, and others. Highlights of the collection include the correspondence from Francis Crick, with whom Brenner shared an office for 20 years. Topics covered...

Copy of handwritten letter from George Gamow to James D. Watson, 1947-1957

 Item — Box 5, Folder: 41
Identifier: SB_1_1_219_13
Scope and Contents From the Series: The Correspondence series consists of incoming and outgoing handwritten and typed letters, carbons, postcards, faxes, and telegrams generated during Sydney Brenner's career. The bulk of this series covers the late 1940s to the 2000s. Correspondents include over 30 Nobel laureates, as well as biochemists, geneticists, students, publishers, and others. Highlights of the collection include the correspondence from Francis Crick, with whom Brenner shared an office for 20 years. Topics covered...

Copy of handwritten letter from George Gamow to James D. Watson, 1954

 Item — Box 5, Folder: 41
Identifier: SB_1_1_219_17
Scope and Contents From the Series: The Correspondence series consists of incoming and outgoing handwritten and typed letters, carbons, postcards, faxes, and telegrams generated during Sydney Brenner's career. The bulk of this series covers the late 1940s to the 2000s. Correspondents include over 30 Nobel laureates, as well as biochemists, geneticists, students, publishers, and others. Highlights of the collection include the correspondence from Francis Crick, with whom Brenner shared an office for 20 years. Topics covered...