Marshall Nirenberg

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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15883. The other codons: Nirenberg and the genetic code

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

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15355. Making triplet codons, Marshall Nirenberg

Marshall Nirenberg talks about the contributions of Maxine Singer, Marianne Grunberg-Monago and Phil Leder.

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Working out the base compositions for the codons in the genetic code.

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Using charged tRNAs to prove triplet nature of the genetic code, and to determine the base sequences of codons

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Working out the 64 codon combinations: the joy of doing science at this time.

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Discovering that polyU directs the synthesis of polyPhenylalanine.

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Doing the experiments to determine whether the genetic code is universal, and their subsequent philosophical impact.

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Finding out he won the Nobel prize.

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Explaining the experiment to determine the RNA able to direct the synthesis of proteins.

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16494. Animation 22: DNA words are three letters long.

Several researchers crack the genetic code.

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