James D. Watson

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Cold Spring Harbor, NY 
molecular biology
"James D. Watson"

The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1962 was awarded jointly to Francis Harry Compton Crick, James Dewey Watson and Maurice Hugh Frederick Wilkins "for their discoveries concerning the molecular structure of nucleic acids and its significance for information transfer in living material".

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Salvador E. Luria grad student 1950 Indiana University
John C. Kendrew post-doc 1951-1953 Cambridge
Max Delbrück post-doc 1953-1954 Caltech (FlyTree)


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Susan Gottesman research assistant Harvard (ID Tree)
Robert A. Weisberg research assistant 1958 Harvard
Alfred Goldberg grad student
Daniel Klessig grad student (Plant Biology Tree)
Bill Sugden grad student Columbia (Microtree)
David Schlessinger grad student 1957-1960 Harvard (ID Tree)
Charles G. Kurland grad student 1961 Harvard
Raymond F. Gesteland grad student 1966 Harvard
Peter B. Moore grad student 1966 Harvard
Mario R. Capecchi grad student 1967 Harvard
Joan A. Steitz grad student 1967 Harvard
Jerry M. Adams grad student 1963-1967 (Cell Biology Tree)
Richard R. Burgess grad student 1964-1969 Harvard Medical School
Roger W. Hendrix grad student 1965-1970 Harvard (Microtree)
William Alan Haseltine grad student 1973 Harvard
H. Robert Horvitz grad student 1974 Harvard
Keith Burridge post-doc CSHL
James Feramisco post-doc CSHL (Cell Biology Tree)
François Gros post-doc CSHL
Elias Lazarides post-doc (Neurotree)
Uriel Z. Littauer post-doc Harvard
Andrew Travers post-doc Harvard
Masayasu Nomura post-doc 1958-1959 Harvard
Alfred Tissières post-doc 1957-1962 Harvard
Daniel L. Wulff post-doc 1963 Harvard
Klaus K. Weber post-doc 1965-1967 Harvard
Benno Müller-Hill post-doc 1965-1968 Harvard
Mark Ptashne post-doc 1965-1968 Harvard
Phillip Allen Sharp post-doc 1971 CSHL
Ronald W. Davis post-doc 1972 Harvard
Thomas Blumenthal post-doc 1970-1973 Harvard
Michael R. Botchan post-doc 1972-1974 CSHL
Robert Tjian post-doc 1979 CSHL
Ronald D.G. McKay research scientist CSHL (Neurotree)
Richard J. Roberts research scientist 1972-1992 CSHL
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Bencze G, Bencze S, Rivera KD, et al. (2021) Author Correction: Mito-oncology agent: fermented extract suppresses the Warburg effect, restores oxidative mitochondrial activity, and inhibits in vivo tumor growth. Scientific Reports. 11: 3036
Bausch J, Cubitt TS, Watson JD. (2021) Uncomputability of phase diagrams. Nature Communications. 12: 452
Bencze G, Bencze S, Rivera KD, et al. (2020) Mito-oncology agent: fermented extract suppresses the Warburg effect, restores oxidative mitochondrial activity, and inhibits in vivo tumor growth. Scientific Reports. 10: 14174
Benton A, Durand DJ, Copeland Z, et al. (2019) On the Basicity of Carboranylphosphines. Inorganic Chemistry
Froeling FEM, Mosur Swamynathan M, Deschênes A, et al. (2019) Bioactivation of napabucasin triggers reactive oxygen species-mediated cancer cell death. Clinical Cancer Research : An Official Journal of the American Association For Cancer Research
Watson JD, Benton A, Tricas H, et al. (2019) Crystal structure of 1-hepta-fluoro-tolyl--1,2-dicarbadodeca-borane. Acta Crystallographica. Section E, Crystallographic Communications. 75: 512-515
Burgess RR, Watson JD. (2017) Gentle antibody-mimetic affinity chromatography with polyol-responsive nanoCLAMPs. Protein Expression and Purification. 134: 154-155
Watson JD, Crick FHC. (2017) A structure for deoxyribose nucleic acid Nature. 171: 141-143
Levy AL, Wurstbauer U, Kuznetsova YY, et al. (2016) Optical Emission Spectroscopy Study of Competing Phases of Electrons in the Second Landau Level. Physical Review Letters. 116: 016801
Watson J. (2016) Foreword. Gene. 576: 591
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