François Jacob

François Jacob, Cold Spring Harbor, 1953 meeting. Source: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Archives.

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16689. Gallery 33: François Jacob, 1953

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16480. Gallery 21: Letter from François Jacob's to Matt Meselson

François Jacob's letter to Matt Meselson about his planned trip to Meselson's lab.

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16292. Gallery 11: Calvin Bridges, 1937

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16673. Gallery 32: Barbara McClintock, 1953

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16712. Gallery 34: Doug Hanahan, 1982

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16597. Gallery 27: Alfred Hershey and Seymour Benzer, 1953

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