Two papers entitled, Arthur Kornberg

Interviewee: Arthur Kornberg. Arthur Kornberg talks about two papers entitled.

Because we described each of the stages in which one made and isolated a deoxyribonucleoside triphosphate, the A, T, G, and C, described how the enzyme was isolated, not really isolated, partially purified, but sufficiently separated from other components so that there was no degradation of DNA, the need for DNA, the need for each of the four building blocks, without which virtually no reaction occurred, and the demonstration of the net synthesis of DNA. And so those were described in great detail in these two papers, with the title: DNA Synthesis.

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