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DNA and the scientists who have studied it
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Watson & Crick

Watson & Crick

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Watson And Crick With Their DNA Model. Photography.Encyclopædia Britannica Image Quest. Web. 13 Mar 2013.

 

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    Scientists who have studied DNA:

    1. Oswald Avery
    2. Maclyn McCarty and Colin MacLeod
    3. Erwin Chargaff
    4. Rosalind Franklin, Maurice Wilkins, and Raymond Gosling
    5. James D. Watson and Francis H.C. Crick
    6. Werner Arber, Hamilton Othanel Smith, and Daniel Nathans
    7. Alan Maxam, Walter Gilbert, and Frederick Sanger
    8. Kary B. Mullis
    9. Charles Weissman
    10. Alan R. Coulson
    11. Steve Nicklen
    12. Howard Martin Temin
    13. Alfred Hershey & Martha Chase
    14. Linus Pauling
    15. Matthew Stanley Meselson & Franklin Stahl
    16. Tsuneko Okazaki

     

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