Roy J. Britten, clip 1

Roy Britten is a Distinguished Carnegie Senior Research Associate, Emeritus, at the California Institute of Technology.

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16657. Some DNA does not encode protein.

DNAFTB Animation 31: Roy Britten presents his work with David Kohne on repetitive DNA and its evolutionary origins.

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16027. Roy Britten, 1960

Some DNA does not encode protein.

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16665. Biography 31: Roy John Britten (1919 - )

Roy Britten did seminal research on repetitive DNA and its evolutionary origins.

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16664. Video 31: Roy J. Britten, clip 4

Are repeated DNA species specific?

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16663. Video 31: Roy J. Britten, clip 3

Composition of repeated DNA in the genome.

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16658. Gallery 31: Roy Britten, 1970s

Roy Britten, 1970s.

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16666. Some DNA does not encode protein.

DNAFTB Problem 31: Explore Britten's DNA reassociation rates for different organisms.

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16659. Gallery 31: Roy Britten with his family, 1970s

Roy Britten with his two sons and his aunt, 1970s.

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16662. Video 31: Roy J. Britten, clip 2

Biologists and the stress of math.

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16381. Gallery 17: Oswald Avery's letter to his brother, 1943

A page from the May 15, 1943 letter from Oswald Avery to his brother Roy. In the letter Avery speculated on how transformation could happen. Avery never publicly connected genes with DNA and his transformation experiments.

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