This narrative covers the main areas of research in Nirenberg's career for a thirty year period from about 1960 through
1991. Major areas of study mentioned include the early study of DNA, RNA, proteins, and the genetic code, work in the field
of developmental biology with the establishment and study of cell lines, and his early work with Drosophila genes.
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1991-11-21 (November 21, 1991)
Courtesy of Marshall W. Nirenberg.
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