Reflections on Biochemistry: Early Nucleic Acid Chemistry
In this brief history of biochemistry and nucleic acids, Schlenk argued the research conducted at Avery's laboratory marked
the crucial juncture in biochemistry between the research of nineteenth century scientists such as Johann Miescher and modern
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1988-02 (February 1988)
Periodical: Schlenk, Fritz. "Reflections on Biochemistry: Early Nucleic Acid Chemistry." Trends in Biochemical Sciences 13, 2
(February 1988): 67-69. Article. 3 Images.
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Reprinted from Trends in Biochemical Sciences, Vol. 13 (2), Fritz Schlenk, "Reflections on biochemistry: Early nucleic
acid chemistry," pp. 67-69, 1988, with permission from Elsevier Science.