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What is Life? The Physical Aspect of the Living Cell.
Cambridge: At The University Press. 1944 - First edition. Slim crown octavo, pp.viii; 91. With twelve figures and four photographic plates. Fine in publisher's green gilt-titled cloth, in a near fine (slightly dusty) jacket, with one tiny tear to the rear panel. A landmark text on the origins of molecular biology; Schrödinger's 'What Is Life?' was cited as a major influence by geneticists Watson, Crick and Wilkins who won a Nobel prize in Medicine for the discovery of the DNA double helix. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
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