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THREE OFFPRINTS INCLUDING KEY NOBEL PRIZE WORK PAPERS: 1) IDENTIFICATION OF A SPECIFIC TELOMERE TERMINAL TRANSFERASE ACTIVITY IN TETRAHYMENA EXTRACTS. 2) THE TELOMERE TERMINAL TRANSFERASE OF TETRAHYMENA IS A RIBONUCLEOPROTEIN ENZYME WITH TWO KINDS OF PRIMER SPECIFICITY. 3) A TELOMERIC SEQUENCE IN THE RNA OF TETRAHYMENA TELOMERASE REQUIRED FOR TELOMERE REPEAT SYNTHESIS.
1985 - dated 1985-1989. Three Fine offprints in stapled self wrappers. 4to. Published in: 1) Cell, Vol. 43, 405-413, December 1985 (Part 1). 2) Cell, Vol. 51, 887-898, December 24, 1987. 3) Nature, Vol. 337, No. 6205, pp. 331-337, 26th January, 1989. Carol Greider (1961 ) and Elizabeth Blackburn (1948- ), together with Jack Szostak (1952 ) were awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine (2009) "for the discovery of how chromosomes are protected by telomeres and the enzyme telomerase". [Attributes: Soft Cover]
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