Levene's laboratory at the Rockefeller Institute, 1922.
Levene's laboratory at the Rockefeller Institute--used for distillation purposes.
Levene's laboratory at the Rockefeller Institute, 1922. Levene had a large lab space; note the type of equipment used at the time.
Phoebus Levene was an organic chemist in the early 1900's. He is perhaps best known for his incorrect tetranucleotide hypothesis of DNA.
Memo approving Avery's appointment to the Rockefeller Institute.
Joshua Lederberg in his office at the Rockefeller Institute, 1999.
Comments on some of the prevailing theories of the time and Phoebus Levene's basic hypothesis
Phoebus Levene's contributions -- the distinction between DNA and RNA.
The work of Erwin Chargaff and how it contributed to the downfall of Levene's tetranucleotide theory.
Did Levene's tetranucleotide theory affect the development of ideas in the field of nucleic acid research?