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The Marshall W. Nirenberg Papers

Letter from A. Clark Griffin, University of Texas to Marshall W. Nirenberg pdf (58,377 Bytes) transcript of pdf
Letter from A. Clark Griffin, University of Texas to Marshall W. Nirenberg
A. Clark Griffin, professor of biochemistry at the University of Texas M. D. Anderson Hospital and Tumor Institute, thanks Nirenberg for reprints of his articles and commends him for his recent article "The Genetic Code: II" published in Scientific American 208, no. 3 (1963): 80-94. He mentions research progress made in the manipulation of tumor ribosome's and promises a subsequent letter with detailed findings.
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1963-03-22 (March 22, 1963)
Griffin, A. Clark
University of Texas
Nirenberg, Marshall W.
Reproduced with permission of the University of Texas. M. D. Anderson Cancer Center.
Exhibit Category:
Public Reactions to the Genetic Code, 1961-1968
Box Number: 4
Folder Number: 34
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Document Type:
Letters (correspondence)
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Series: Series II: Correspondence, 1953-1993
Folder: General, 1953-1977
March 22, 1963
Dear Marshall:
Many thanks for the reprints and your note. We have had an unusually good winter, a little on the cold side for the native Texans, but I thought it was just right. Next year you must come down when the weather is at its worst in Bethesda.
Just read your article in the latest issue of Scientific American, an excellent presentation.
We are gradually learning the ways of manipulation of tumor ribosomes and have some interesting studies in progress. I'll bring you up to date in a subsequent letter, we are in the process of evaluating and writing up some of our findings.
Wendell Stanley is going to present this year's Mike Hogg Lecture, he will have to perform very well to meet the high standards you set last year. Incidentally, Marshall, I would greatly appreciate if you would send me an autographed photograph for my office, I have them from all of those who have participated in this lecture series.
We all send our best wishes for continued success and progress in your exciting research program.
A. Clark Griffin, Ph.D.
American Cancer Society
Professor of Biochemistry
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