General nature of the genetic code for proteins. In Nature, Vol. 192. Francis Crick.
General nature of the genetic code for proteins. In Nature, Vol. 192.

General nature of the genetic code for proteins. In Nature, Vol. 192.

Publisher Information: 1961.

Crick, Francis Harry Compton (1916-2004) et al. General nature of the genetic code for proteins. In Nature 192 (1961): 1227-1232. 266 x 188 mm. Original printed wrappers, minor soiling and wear. Very good. The Haskell F. Norman copy.

First Edition, journal issue. Crick and his team helped to crack the genetic code, amassing evidence suggesting that “the amino-acid sequence along the polypeptide chain of a protein is determined by the sequence of the bases along some particular part of the nucleic acid of the genetic material” (p. 1227), and that each acid was most likely coded by a group of three bases. Garrison-Morton.com 752.7. Norman 534 (this copy).

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