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The Daniel Nathans Papers

Further Readings

[Daniel Nathans working in lab]. [ca. 1978-1980].
Web Resources

Washington University School of Medicine Oral History Project. Transcript: Daniel Nathans, 1979. Washington University School of Medicine. http://beckerexhibits.wustl.edu/oral/transcripts/nathans.htmlExit
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DiMaio, Daniel. "Daniel Nathans, October 30, 1928 - November 16, 1999." National Academy of Sciences Biographical Memoirs. National Academies Press. http://www.nap.edu/readingroom.php?book=biomems&page=dnathans.htmlExit
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Articles

1960s

Shimura, Yoshiro, Robb E. Moses, and Daniel Nathans. "Coliphage MS2 Containing 5-Fluorouracil: I. Preparation and Physical Properties." Journal of Molecular Biology 12, 1 (May 1965): 266-279.

Nathans, Daniel. "Cell-Free Protein Synthesis Directed by Coliphage MS2 RNA: Synthesis of Intact Viral Coat Protein and Other Products." Journal of Molecular Biology 13, 2 (September 1965): 521-531.

Oeschger, Max P., and Daniel Nathans. "Differential Synthesis of Bacteriophage-Specific Proteins in MS2-Infected Escherichia coli treated with Actinomycin." Journal of Molecular Biology 22, 2 (28 December 1966): 235-247.

Shimura, Yoshiro, Robb E. Moses, and Daniel Nathans. "Coliphage MS2 Containing 5-Fluorouracil: II. RNA-Deficient Particles Formed in the Presence of 5-Fluorouracil." Journal of Molecular Biology 28, 1 (28 August 1967): 95-102.

Shimura, Yoshiro, Herbert Kaizer, and Daniel Nathans. "Fragments of MS2 RNA as Messengers for Specific Bacteriophage Proteins: Fragments from Fluorouracil-Containing Particles." Journal of Molecular Biology 38, 3 (December 1968): 453-455.

Nathans, Daniel, Max P. Oeschger, Suzanne K. Polmar, and Kathleen Eggen. "Regulation of Protein Synthesis Directed by Coliphage MS2 RNA: I. Phage Protein and RNA Synthesis in Cells Infected with Suppressible Mutants." Journal of Molecular Biology 39, 2 (28 January 1969): 279-292.

1970s

Khoury, George, Malcolm A. Martin, Theresa N. H. Lee, Kathleen J. Danna, and Daniel Nathans. "A Map of Simian Virus 40 Transcription Sites Expressed in Productively Infected Cells." Journal of Molecular Biology 78, 2 (5 August 1973): 377-389.

Danna, Kathleen J., George H. Sack Jr., and Daniel Nathans. "Studies of Simian Virus 40 DNA: VII. Cleavage Map of the SV40 Genome." Journal of Molecular Biology 78, 2 (5 August 1973): 363-376.

Smith, Hamilton O., and Daniel Nathans. "A Suggested Nomenclature for Bacterial Host Modification and Restriction Systems and Their Enzymes." Journal of Molecular Biology 81, 3 (15 December 1973): 419-423.

Lai, Ching-Juh, and Daniel Nathans. "Deletion Mutants of Simian Virus 40 Generated by Enzymatic Excision of DNA Segments from the Viral Genome." Journal of Molecular Biology 89, 1 (15 October 1974): 179-193.

Shortle, David, and Daniel Nathans. "Regulatory Mutants of Simian Virus 40: Constructed Mutants with Base Substitutions at the Origin of DNA Replication." Journal of Molecular Biology 131, 4 (15 July 1979): 801-817.