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Hermann J. Muller

University of Texas, University of Indiana 
"Hermann Muller"

(1890 - 1967)
The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1946 was awarded to Hermann J. Muller "for the discovery of the production of mutations by means of X-ray irradiation".

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Hugo Hoenigsberg research assistant Universidad de los Andes (Evolution Tree)
Wilson S. Stone research assistant 1932
grad student Edinburgh
Seymour Abrahamson grad student
Sarah Helen Frye grad student
Bentley Glass grad student
Pete Oliver grad student
Irwin Oster grad student
Guido Pontecorvo grad student
Abe Schalet grad student
Clarence P. Oliver grad student 1931 University of Texas
Elof Axel Carlson grad student 1953-1958 Indiana University
Elof Axel Carlson grad student 1953-1958 Indiana University- Bloomington (Neurotree)
Charlotte Auerbach post-doc
George Davis Snell post-doc 1931-1932 UT Austin (Neurotree)
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Muller HJ, Kaplan WD. (1966) The Dosage compensation of Drosophila and mammals as showing the accuracy of the normal type Genetical Research. 8: 41-59
MULLER HJ, CARLSON E, SCHALET A. (1961) Mutation by alteration of the already existing gene. Genetics. 46: 213-26
Herskowitz IH, Muller HJ, Laughlin JS. (1959) The Mutability of 18 Mev Electrons Applied to Drosophila Spermatozoa. Genetics. 44: 321-7
Abrahamson S, Herskowitz IH, Muller HJ. (1956) Identification of Half-Translocations Produced by X-Rays in Detaching Attached-X Chromosomes of Drosophila Melanogaster. Genetics. 41: 410-9
Herskowitz IH, Muller HJ. (1954) Evidence against a Straight End-to-End Alignment of Chromosomes in Drosophila Spermatozoa. Genetics. 39: 836-50
Muller HJ, Herskowitz IH, Abrahamson S, et al. (1954) A Nonlinear Relation between X-Ray Dose and Recovered Lethal Mutations in Drosophila. Genetics. 39: 741-9
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