Alfred D. Hershey
|1950-1972||Genetics||Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Cold Spring Harbor, NY|
Area:genetics, biochemistry, and molecular biology
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(1908 - 1997)
The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1969 was awarded jointly to Max Delbrück, Alfred D. Hershey and Salvador E. Luria
for their discoveries concerning the replication mechanism and the genetic structure of viruses.
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|Burgi E, Hershey AD, Ingraham L. (1966) Preferred breakage points in T5 DNA molecules subjected to shear Virology. 28: 11-14|
|Hershey AD, Burgi E, Ingraham L. (1963) Cohesion Of Dna Molecules Isolated From Phage Lambda. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 49: 748-755|
|Burgi E, Hershey AD. (1963) Sedimentation Rate as a Measure of Molecular Weight of DNA Biophysical Journal. 3: 309-321|
|HERSHEY AD, GOLDBERG E, BURGI E, et al. (1963) Local denaturation of DNA by shearing forces and by heat Journal of Molecular Biology. 6: 230-243|
|RUBENSTEIN I, THOMAS CA, HERSHEY AD. (1961) The molecular weights of T2 bacteriophage DNA and its first and second breakage products Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 47: 1113-1122|
|BURGI E, HERSHEY AD. (1961) A relative molecular weight series derived from the nucleic acid of bacteriophage T2 Journal of Molecular Biology. 3: 458-472|
|Mandell JD, Hershey AD. (1960) A fractionating column for analysis of nucleic acids Analytical Biochemistry. 1: 66-77|
|Hershey AD, Burgi E. (1960) Molecular homogeneity of the deoxyribonucleic acid of phage T2 Journal of Molecular Biology. 2: 143-152|
|Koch G, Hershey A. (1959) Synthesis of phage-precursor protein in bacteria infected with T2 Journal of Molecular Biology. 1: 260-276|
|Hershey AD. (1957) Some minor components of bacteriophage T2 particles Virology. 4: 237-264|