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The Francis Crick Papers

Title:
Letter from Francis Crick to Vernon M. Ingram pdf (125,761 Bytes) transcript of pdf
Letter from Francis Crick to Vernon M. Ingram
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1 (125,761 Bytes)
Date:
1960-03-26 (March 26, 1960)
Creator:
Crick, Francis
Recipient:
Ingram, Vernon M.
Source:
Original Repository: Wellcome Library for the History and Understanding of Medicine. Francis Harry Compton Crick Papers
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Exhibit Category:
Deciphering the Genetic Code, 1958-1966
Relation:
Metadata Record Letter from Vernon M. Ingram to Francis Crick (March 15, 1960) pdf (185,059 Bytes) transcript of pdf
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Box Number: 9
Folder Number: PP/CRI/D/1/1/9
Unique Identifier:
SCBBRK
Document Type:
Letters (correspondence)
Language:
English
Format:
application/pdf
image/tif
Physical Condition:
Good
Series: Correspondence
SubSeries: Alphabetical Correspondence
SubSubSeries: Correspondence 1
Folder: Correspondence I
Transcript:
26th March, 1960.
Dear Vernon,
It was very nice to hear from you, especially as I couldn't get to Boston on my last trip. I'm glad B-lactoglobulin is being cleared up. It will be interesting to see exactly what the change is. We've heard from George that Chris has a change in one of the phage lyrozyme mutants. I wish Sydney could say the same for the head protein.
It's also good news to hear about the program on A2. I am a little unclear about the biological reason for A2, but perhaps you have some ideas. Would it be easy to pick up an electrophoretically altered A2 if it existed?
You are quite right in thinking that I am no longer working on soluble RNA, though we may start again when we get into the new laboratory. I wish you success with your modest aim! I have heard from Geoffrey Brown since he had his appendix out, but I hope to see him before Easter.
I am going to Purdue in mid-June, and to the Gordon Conference at the end of June. I plan to spend about a week in Cambridge, Mass., as we should have plenty of time to discuss things.
Everybody here sends their good wishes,
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2009-12-22
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