Aaron Klug at a Cold Spring Harbor meeting.
DNA is coiled around proteins and packaged as chromatin within the nucleus of cells. Aaron Klug and Roger Kornberg figured out the structure of chromatin. It has been proposed that the coiling (or rather uncoiling) of DNA is a way of controlling the pro
Man (Brian Sauer) and machine, 1982.
Phoebus Aaron Theodor Levene, 1915.
Doug Hanahan, 1982, working in his lab at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory.
DNAFTB Animation 29: Roger Kornberg explains his work with Aaron Klug on histones, which bind DNA to form chromatin.
Frederick Sanger received two Nobel prizes (in the same category), for his work on protein sequencing and DNA sequencing.
In 1974, Roger Kornberg worked out the importance of histones to chromatin structure.
Levene's laboratory with some of his students: (L-R) W. Jacobs, D. Slyke, G. Meyer (1909).
11894. "Albinism in Man: A Monograph (Part 1)," handwritten manuscript by Karl Pearson, with E. Nettleship and C.H. Usher, published in 1911
"Albinism in Man: A Monograph (Part 1)," handwritten manuscript by Karl Pearson, with E. Nettleship and C.H. Usher, published in 1911