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The Joshua Lederberg Papers

Title:
Letter from Roger Y. Stanier to Joshua Lederberg pdf (44,029 Bytes) transcript of pdf
Letter from Roger Y. Stanier to Joshua Lederberg
Description:
Item is handwritten.
Number of Image Pages:
1 (44,029 Bytes)
Date:
1950-09-09 (September 9, 1950)
Creator:
Stanier, Roger Y.
Recipient:
Lederberg, Joshua
Rights:
Courtesy of Joshua Lederberg.
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Relation:
Lederberg Grouping: Correspondence B
Box Number: 8
Folder Number: 64
Unique Identifier:
BBAFDT
Accession Number:
8
Document Type:
Letters (correspondence)
Language:
English
Format:
application/pdf
image/tif
Physical Condition:
Good
Series: Correspondence, 1935-2002
SubSeries: 1947-1953
Folder: Stanier, Roger Y.
Transcript:
Sep. 9
Dear Joshua:
We'd like to keep the ONPC for possible class expts. this semester, if you don't mind.
I've been busy preparing for courses, so have done no more expts this week -- Martha has repeated several of the UV expts with identical results.
Incidentally, we overlooked a good possibility in the interpretation of the decline in maximal rate of adapting cells following UV treatment. It could be a statistical phenomenon, if one assumes an all-or-none effect of UV in the adaptive mechanism. Offhand, I don't see any good way of deciding between this and the destruction of precursor.
Best wishes to you both
Roger
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