[Excerpt from] "Some Chemical Aspects of the Cell Nucleus"
In this chapter excerpt from a collection on genetics research in the early twentieth century, Mirsky, a biochemist and physiologist
at the Rockefeller University and an early critic of the "transforming principle," acknowledged the basic findings
of Avery, MacLeod, and McCarty's 1944 article on pneumococcus transformation.
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Mirsky, Alfred E.
Editor: Dunn, L. C.
Monograph: Mirsky, Alfred E. [Excerpt from] "Some Chemical Aspects of the Cell Nucleus". Genetics in the 20th Century: Essays
on the Progress of Genetics During Its First 50 Years, edited by L. C. Dunn. Macmillan & Company, 1951. P. 133. Excerpt.
Monograph. 1 Image.
CATLINE UI: 05311130R
Macmillan & Company
Reproduced with permission of the Genetics Society of America.
Medical Subject Headings (MeSH):
After the Discovery: The Transforming Principle's Reception by the Scientific Community