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Molecular Biology and a Changing Academic Landscape, 1980-present
Letter from Paul Berg to Marianne Grunberg-Manago (June 8, 1979)
Letter from Paul Berg to Marianne Grunberg-Manago (July 5, 1979)
May 10, 1979.
I am in the process of writing a review on initiation and comparing the selecting mechanism of initiation sites in mRNA in
prokaryotes with the mechanism in eukaryotes.
I wonder if the results you told me in Koln about the initiation of inserted Hb genes and histone genes in SV40, in VP1, VP2
and VP3 genes are in process to be written? If not, could I mention them as Paul Berg's private communication and in this
case, could you write me a sentence on those results to be sure that I settle them correctly.