[Revertant DNA data] (gel 1)


Title:
[Revertant DNA data] (gel 1)
Creator:
Varmus, Harold
Date:
[1978-1979]
Description:
Electrophoresis is a method for separating electrically charged (ionic) substances dissolved in a solvent, based on differences in their rates of migration across an electric field. In gel electrophoresis, the support medium is a gel, here agarose gel in the form of a thin slab. Varmus used gel electrophoresis to determine the quantity and structure of viral DNA prepared from extracts from the nucleus and cytoplasm (the substance surrounding the nucleus) of cells infected with Avian Sarcoma Virus (ASV). This series of gels shows results at different intervals from the time of infection with ASV.
Original Repository:
University of California, San Francisco. Archives and Special Collections. Harold E. Varmus Papers
Location:
Box: 6. Folder: 16
Rights:
Reproduced with permission of the Regents of the University of California.
Genre:
Photographic prints
Subject:
DNA
Format:
Still Image
Extent:
1 pages
Relation:
[Revertant DNA data] (gel 2), 1978
[Revertant DNA data] (gel 3), 1978
Legacy Source Citation:
Original Repository. University of California, San Francisco. Archives and Special Collections. Harold E. Varmus Papers. 12290
Legacy ID:
MVBBHS
NLM ID:
101584926X114
Profiles Collection:
The Harold Varmus Papers
Story Section:
Retroviruses and the Genetic Origins of Cancer, 1970-1993