Video 25: David Baltimore, clip 2

Currently President of Caltech University, David Baltimore did work in virology in the late '60s that led to the discovery of reverse transcriptase, and new insight into the life cycle of retroviruses.

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16567. Biography 25: David Baltimore (1938- )

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16569. Problem 25: Some viruses store genetic information in RNA.

Explore the reverse transcriptase mechanism.

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16568. Biography 25: Howard Martin Temin (1934-1994 )

Howard Temin, David Baltimore and Renato Dulbecco shared the 1975 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for the discoveries concerning the interaction between tumor viruses and the genetic material of the cell.

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16032. David Baltimore and Howard Temin, 1970

Some viruses store genetic information in RNA.

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16553. Gallery 25: David Baltimore, 1959

In 1959, David Baltimore was one of Cold Spring Harbor's first undergraduate research students.

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