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The Sol Spiegelman Papers

Title:
Letter from Sol Spiegelman to D. H. L. Bishop pdf (64,582 Bytes) transcript of pdf
Letter from Sol Spiegelman to D. H. L. Bishop
Number of Image Pages:
1 (64,582 Bytes)
Date:
1966-03-24 (March 24, 1966)
Creator:
Spiegelman, Sol
Recipient:
Bishop, D. H. L.
University of Edinburgh
Rights:
This item is in the public domain. It may be used without permission.
Subject:
Medical Subject Headings (MeSH):
RNA
Proteins
Exhibit Category:
RNA Replicase and Spiegelman's "Little Monster," 1961-1969
Relation:
Metadata Record Letter from D. H. L. Bishop to Sol Spiegelman (March 18, 1966) pdf (67,105 Bytes) transcript of pdf
/ps/access/PXBBDG.pdf
Metadata Record Letter from D. H. L. Bishop to Sol Spiegelman (March 28, 1966) pdf (123,811 Bytes) transcript of pdf
/ps/access/PXBBDJ.pdf
Box Number: 2
Folder Number: 12
Unique Identifier:
PXBBDH
Document Type:
Letters (correspondence)
Language:
English
Format:
application/pdf
image/tif
Physical Condition:
Good
Series: Correspondence, 1946-1983
Folder: Bishop, D. H. L., 1965-1974
Transcript:
March 24, 1966
Dear Dr. Bishop:
I will be sending to you soon under separate cover, the two strains, A19 and Ql3, which you require.
With regard to the questions you raised concerning Q[beta], we are preparing now our second paper on the properties of Q[beta] with particular reference to the RNA and protein. The base compositions are 24.7, 22.1, 29.5, 23.7 for C, A, U, and G respectively. The amino acid composition of the Q[beta] is uniquely different from any of the other viruses we have looked at or that have been reported. It lacks tryptophane, and methionine in addition to histidine.
As soon as copies of our paper become available, I will send them on to you.
With regard to the question of your coming here, I can say that I would be very happy indeed to have you do so. The only uncertainty is the timing, and I would like to hear from you exactly what your preferences are. Would you prefer to come in the fall or wait until the spring semester?
We are having a bit of a budgetary squeeze because of the Viet Nam situation here, which has made it somewhat more difficult to provide money for foreign fellows. I do think that I will be able to manage it by fall, and I'm certain that I could handle it for the spring. However, if the latter turns out to be very inconvenient for you, do let me know. In the meantime, do keep in touch.
I might note that I hope to stop off in Edinburgh on my way to Naples some time late in April.
Sincerely yours,
S. Spiegelman
Professor of Microbiology
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