Gallery 24: Arlene Jackson, Phil Sharp and C. Mulder, 1971

The Sambrook lab at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory around 1971 where Phil Sharp was a post-doc. (L-R) Arlene Jackson, Phil Sharp and C. Mulder.

Sambrook lab, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Phil Sharp, Arlene Jackson, Phil Sharp, C. Mulder

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