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Who is Alfred Hershey?
Alfred Hershey: Alfred Day Hershey was an American Nobel Prize–winning bacteriologist and geneticist.
- also known as Херши, Алфред
- born on (107 years ago) in Owosso
- nationality: United States of America
- education: Michigan State University
- profession: Scientist, chemist
- died on (18 years ago) in Syosset
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Encyclopedia of toxicology (2005)
Dib-L] by Philip Wexler, Bruce D. Anderson
Doerman, Emory Ellis, Roger Herriott, Alfred Hershey, Edward Kellenberger, Lloyd Kozloff, Andre Lwoff, Gunther Stent, and many other ...
A Dictionary of Science (2010)
by Elizabeth A. Martin
US biologist Alfred Hershey (1908-97) proves that DNA carries genetic information. ) discovers hOw enzymes work (by Francis Crick and James Watson discover the structure Of DNA. Frederick Sanger discovers the amino acid sequence Of ...
Encyclopedia of Virology (1999)
by Allan Granoff, Robert G. Webster
Herriott, Alfred Hershey, Edward Kellenberger, Lloyd Kozloff, Andre Lwoff, Gunther Stent, and many other dedicated scientists. Members of the group unraveled the process of phage replication, showing that it was characterized by a latent ...
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