Video 22: Marshall Nirenberg, clip 6

Marshall Nirenberg is a member of the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute of the National Institutes of Health.

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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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Discovering that polyU directs the synthesis of polyPhenylalanine.

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Finding out he won the Nobel prize.

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

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

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16511. Biography 22: Marshall Warren Nirenberg (1927- )

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15696. Marshall Nirenberg

Marshall Nirenberg, National Institute of Health, 1960.

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16737. Gallery 36: Igor Dawid

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16815. Gallery 39: Francis Collins

Francis Collins, Director of the National Human Genome Research Institute.

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