Having cracked the first codon, Marshall Nirenberg worked with a group of scientists (Maxine Singer, Marianne Grunberg-Manago and Phil Leder.
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After the easy codons, exact triplets had to be made in order to finish deciphering the rest. Marshall Nirenberg and a group of scientists including Maxine Singer, Marianne Grunberg-Manago, Phil Leder were involved in this process. Har Gobind Khorana al
Marshall Nirenberg talks about the contributions of Maxine Singer, Marianne Grunberg-Monago and Phil Leder.
Working out the base compositions for the codons in the genetic code.
Using charged tRNAs to prove triplet nature of the genetic code, and to determine the base sequences of codons
Working out the 64 codon combinations: the joy of doing science at this time.
Doing the experiments to determine whether the genetic code is universal, and their subsequent philosophical impact.
Discovering that polyU directs the synthesis of polyPhenylalanine.
Finding out he won the Nobel prize.
Explaining the experiment to determine the RNA able to direct the synthesis of proteins.
Several researchers crack the genetic code.