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An edition of Francis Crick (2008)

Francis Crick

hunter of life's secrets

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This edition published in by Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press in Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.

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Cover of: Francis Crick
Francis Crick: hunter of life's secrets
2008, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press
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Table of Contents

The call to Stockholm
A difficult act to follow
From the provinces to the big city
War work for the royal navy
Biology at the strangeways
Helical molecules at the Cavendish Laboratory
The DNA fiasco
Two pitchmen in search of a helix
A most important discovery
Publishing the model
Employed by the John Wayne of crystallography
The genetic code
Preaching the central dogma
Crick as experimentalist attacking the genetic code
The excitement of the sixties
Speaking out on controversial subjects
Biological complexity
Leaving the "old country"
Taking the plunge: neuroscience
From the searchlight to the soul
Eighty-eight years.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Genre
Biography

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
572.8092, B
Library of Congress
QH429.2.C75 O43 2008

The Physical Object

Pagination
p. cm.

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL23224066M
ISBN 10
0879697989
ISBN 13
9780879697983
LC Control Number
2009018695
Library Thing
9025981
Goodreads
3046466

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May 16, 2009 Created by ImportBot Imported from Library of Congress MARC record.