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Unpublished Manuscripts and Drafts, 1957-2003 [subseries]:
 
By Marshall Nirenberg, 1957-2003 [subseries]:
110 8
Abstracts, 1960-2001
110 9-11
The acetylcholine receptor of chick skeletal muscle in tissue culture (with Sytkowski and Vogel), 1972
110 12-13
Acetylcholine receptors expressed in somatic neuroblastoma XL hybrid cells (with Chalazonitis and Minna), 1973
110 14
Acetylcholine receptors of muscle grown in vitro (with Vogel and Sytkowski), 1972
110 15-16
Adenylate cyclase and acetylcholine release regulated by separate serotonin receptors of somatic cell hybrids (with MacDermot, et al.), 1978
110 17-18
α [Alpha] - Bungarotoxin -- a probe for acetylcholine receptors of cultured neurons (with Greene, Sytkowski, Vogel), 1972
110 19
Analysis of retinal pattern formation with monoclonal antibodies (I and II), [ca. 1987]
110 20
[Ancillary MS], undated
110 21
Antibodies to an α [Alpha] subunit of skeletal muscle calcium channels regulate parathyroid cell secretion (with Fitzpatrick, Chin, Aurbach), 1988
110 22
Antibodies to calcium channel proteins regulate parathyroid cell secretion (with Fitzpatrick, Chin, Aurbach), 1987
110 23
Approximation of the genetic code via cell-free protein synthesis directed by template RNA, 1962
110 24
[Bibliography and charts on codewords], [ca. 1968]
110 25
[Bioassay Symposium MS], 1981
110 26-30
A biochemical characteristic of ascites tumor cells, 1957-1959
110 31
Bradykinin-induced membrane potential changes and GTPase activation in neuroblastoma hybrid cells (with Klee and Higashida), 1985
110 32
Breaking the genetic code [compact disc], 2003
111 1
Cell-free peptide synthesis dependent upon synthetic oligodeoxynucleotides (with Leder, et al.), 1963
111 2
Cell-free protein synthesis directed by messenger RNA, 1962
111 3
Characteristics and composition of RNA coding units (with Matthaei, Jones, Martin), 1962
111 4
Characteristics and stabilization of DNAase sensitive protein synthesis in E. coli extracts (with Matthaei), 1961
111 5-8
A clonally inherited defect in synapse formation: acetylcholine receptor aggregation protein deficiency (with Busis, et al.) [floppy disks], 1981-1982
111 9-10
Coding properties of two conformations of tryptophanyl-tRNA in E. coli (with Gartland, Ishida, Sueoka), 1967-1969
158 1
Cloning and characterization of four murine homeobox genes (with Rovescalli and Asoh), 1996
111 11
Comparative binding studies with cholinergic ligands and histrionicotoxin at muscarinic receptors of neural cell lines (with Burgermeister, Klein, Witkop), 1977-1978
111 12
Constraints in the determination of active-center topography (with Jacoby), 1960
111 13
Control of opiate receptor-adenylate cyclase interactions by calcium ions and guanosine-5'-triphosphate (with Wilkening and Sabol), 1979
111 14
Cultured cell systems and methods for neurobiology (with Schrier and Wilson), 1974
111 15
Deciphering the genetic code, undated
111 16
Deciphering the genetic code, 2003
111 17
Degeneracy and coding efficiency in template RNA, 1962
111 18
[Degeneracy in the amino acid code (with O. Jones)], [ca. 1966]
111 19
The dependence of cell-free protein synthesis in E. coli upon RNA prepared from ribosomes (with Matthaei), 1961
111 20-24
Desensitization of adenylate cyclase to prostaglandin E1 or 2-chloroadenosine (with Kenimer), 1979-1980
111 25
Detection of α [Alpha]-transducin in retinal rods but not cones (with Grunwald, Gierschik, Spiegel), 1986
158 2
Dorsal-ventral patterning genes restrict NK-2 homeobox gene expression to the ventral half of the central nervous system of drosophila embryos (with Mellerick), 1995
111 26
Drosophila NK-homeobox genes (with Kim), 1989
111 27
[Drug binding -- notes on Methods section], [ca. 1973]
111 28-30
Effect of bacteriophage infection upon the specificity of leucine tRNA for RNA codewords (with Kano-Sueoka and Sueoka), 1966-1967
111 31
The effect of secondary structure of the template activity of polyribonucleotides (with Singer and Jones), 1963
111 32-33
Electrical response of glial cells to acetylcholine [includes photos], 1972-1973
111 34-35
Electrophysiological chracteristics of chick embryo sympathetic neurons in dissociated cell culture (with Chalazonitis and Greene), 1973
112 1-3
[Enzymatic utilization of gamma-hydroxybutyric acid (with Jakoby)], 1959
112 4
An enzymic defect in ascites tumor cells, 1958
112 5
An experimental determination of the coding ratio studies on the size of ribosome-synthesized poly-L-phenylalanine (with Pfuderer), 1963
112 6-9
Expression and properties of acetylcholine receptors in several clones of mouse neuroblastoma x L-cell somatic hybrids (with Chalazonitis and Minna), 1973-1976
112 10-11
The fate of a synthetic polynucleotide directing cell-free protein synthesis (with Barondes), 1962
112 12-27
The flow of information from gene to protein [The genetic code], in Aspects of Protein Biosynthesis, 1967-1969
158 3
Formation of synapses between cells of a neuroblastoma glioma hybrid clone and mouse myotubes (with Nelson, et al.), [ca. 1978]
112 28
Formylation of amino acid analogues of methionine sRNA (with Trupin, Dickerman, Weissbach), [1966]
112 29
Further attempts to characterize products of TMV-RNA directed protein synthesis (with Aach, Funatsu, Frankel-Conrat), 1964
112 30-31
Genes for neuronal properties expressed in neuroblastoma x L cell hybrids (with Minna, et al.), 1970-1971
113 1
The genetic code II, 1963
113 2
Genetic memory, [1968]
113 3
The genetic revolution: the importance of flies and worms, 2003
113 4
A gradient of molecules in avian retina with dorsoventral polarity (with Trister, Schneider, Moskal), 1981
158 4
Homeobox gene Prx3 expression in rodent brain and extraneural tissues (with van Shaick, et al.), 1997
113 5
Hox-1.11 and Hox-4.9 homeobox genes, 1991-1992
158 5
Human cDNA clones for an α [alpha]-subunit of Gi signal transduction protein (with Bray, et al.), 1987
113 6
Hybrid cell line synthesizing antibody to chick embryo retina neurons and brain cells (with Eisenbarth and Walsh), 1979
113 7
[The in vitro formation of a DNA-ribosome complex (with Byrne, et al.)], [1964]
113 8
In vitro retina-muscle synaptogenesis: influence of embryonic retinal development, 1977
113 9
Induction of an enzyme catalyzing a reversible reaction, 1960
113 10-11
The induction of two similar enzymes by one inducer: a test case for shared genetic information, 1960
158 6
Inhibition of choline acetyltransferase by monoclonal antibodies (with Strauss), [1985]
113 12
Interaction of E. coli ribosomal RNA with synthetic polynucleotides. Sedimentation properties, and thermal stability as measured by fluorescence polarization (with Millard and Cukier), [ca. 1965]
158 7
Interactions of the vnd/NK-2 homeodomain with DNA by NMR: Basis of binding specificity (with Gruschus, et al.), [1997]
113 13
Intermediates in the biosynthesis of polyphenylalanine directed by synthetic template RNA (with Matthaei and Jones), 1961
158 8
Kinesin-73 in the nervous system of Drosophila embryos (with Li and Liu), 1996-1997
113 14
Lactose sensitive lectin of chick retina and spinal cord (with Eisenbarth, Ruffolo, Walsh), 1978
113 15
Lipid requirement for long-lived morphine-dependent activations of adenylate cyclase of neuroblastoma x glioma cells (with Wilkening), 1979
113 16-26
Localization of acetylcholine receptors during synaptogenesis in retina (with Vogel) [includes photos], 1974-1976
113 27
[Localization of NE synthesis and storage in dense core vesicles of neuroblastoma (with X. Breakefield, et al.)], [1963-1974]
158 9
Mode of action of endogenous opiate peptides (with Klee), [1976]
113 28
Molecules that define a dorsoventral axis of retina can be used to identify cell position (with Trisler, Schneider, Moskal), 1982
158 10
Molecules that identify cell types or position in the retina (with Trisler, et al.), 1982
158 11
Monoclonal antibodies to outer segments of photoreceptor neurons or Muller cells in rabbit retina (with Tsai, Hokoc, and Mariani), undated
158 12
Monoclonal antibodies to synaptosomal membrane molecules (with De Blas and Busis), 1981
113 29
Monoclonal antibody A2B5, reacts with many gangliosides in neuronal tissue (with Fredman, et al.), [ca. 1983]
113 30
Monoclonal Antibody to a Plasma Membrane Antigen of Neurons -- with Eisenbarth and Walsh, 1979
113 31-33
Morphine Receptors as Regulators of Adenylate Cyclase Activity -- with Sharma and Klee, PNAS, 1974
158 13
Murine Hox-1.11 homeobox gene structure and expression (with Tan, et al.), 1992
113 34
Muscarinic Acetylcholine Receptors in the Developing Retina (with Sugiyama and Daniels), PNAS, 1977
113 35
A Myeloma Hybrid Producing Antibody Specific for the Cell (with Eisenbarth and Walsh), 1978
158 14
Neuroblast pattern formation: Regulatory DNA that confers the vnd/NK-2 homeobox gene pattern of a reporter gene in transgenic lines of drosophila (with Saunders, Koizumi, and Odenwald), 1998
113 36
Neuroblastoma Cell Lines as a Useful Model For Microwave Effects Research, Biological Effects of Electropollution, 1985-1986
113 37
Neuroblastoma cells with one species of PGE 1 receptor coupled to cAMP and the other to cGMP (with Matsuzawa), 1976
114 1
Neuronal tumor cells with excitable membranes grown in vitro (with P. Nelson, W. Ruffner), 1969
158 15
The NK-2 homeobox and the early development of the central nervous system of drosophila (with Nakayama, et al.), 1995
114 2
A novel cluster of Drosophila homeobox genes [Drosophila NK-homeobox genes] (with Kim), 1989
114 3-5
[Novel] Inhibitors of CDP-choline synthesis, action potential calcium channels, and stimulus-secretion coupling (with de Blas, et al.), 1981-1984
114 6-7
Nucleic acids in relation to the coding of genetic information, 1963-1964
114 8-9
On the coding of genetic information (with Jones, et al.), 1963
114 10-11
Ontogeny of neurones and glial cells in brain cell culture (with Schrier, et al.), 1970-1971
114 12
Ornithine and glutamic acid decarboxylase activities in the developing chick retina (with de Mello and Bachrach), 1975
114 13
[Penicillinase -- summary], [n.d.]
114 14-15
[Peptide chain termination: in vitro assay with codon specificity (with Caskey and Scolnick)], 1968
158 16
Pharmacologic responses of cells of a neuroblastoma x glioma hybrid clone and modulation of synapses between hybrid cells and mouse myotubes (with Christian, et al.), 1978
114 16-20
Pharmacological characterization of synapses between cultured chick embryo retina neurons and rat striated muscle cells (with Ruffolo, Jr.), 1978
158 17
Pharmacology of hybrid cells: Effects of putative neurotransmitters, prostaglandins, and peptide hormones on membrane potentials and synaptic transmission (with Higashida), 1979
114 21
Polyribosomes and DNA-dependent amino acid incorporation in E. coli extracts (with Eiserling, et al.), 1964
114 22
Presence of autoantibody for phospholipase inhibitory protein, lipomodulin, in patients with rheumatic diseases (with Hirata, et al.), [ca. 1981]
114 23
[Protein synthesis and genetic coding], [ca. 1967]
114 24-25
Protein synthesis and the RNA code, 1965
114 26-30
Purification of a membrane protein distributed in a topographic gradient in chick retina (with Moskal, Trisler, Schneider), 1985
115 1
Purification of a membrane protein distributed in a topographic gradient in chick retina (with Moskal, Trisler, Schneider) [cont'd], 1985
115 2
Qualitative survey of degeneracy in the genetic code (with O. Jones), 1962
115 3
[Qualitative survey of RNA codewords (with O. Jones)?], [1962]
115 4
[Reading the genetic code], [n.d.]
158 18
Receptor mediated shifts in cGMP and cAMP levels in neuroblastoma cells (with Matsuzawa), 1975
115 5-13
[Recognition of mRNA codons by a missense glutamic acid-tRNA -- a precursor of glutamine-tRNA in B. megaterium extracts (with M. Wilcox)], 1967-1968
115 14-16
Regulation of acetylcholine release from neuroblastoma x glioma hybrid cells (with McGee, et al.), 1972-1978
115 17-20
Regulation of adenylate cyclase of neuroblastoma x glioma hybrid cells by alpha-adrenergic receptors (with S. Sabol), 1978-1979
158 19
Regulation of adenylate cyclase activity mediated by muscarinic acetylcholine receptors (with Nathanson and Klein), 1977-1978
115 21-24
Regulation of axon formation by clonal lines of a neural tumor (with Seeds, Gilman, and Amano), 1970
115 25
Regulation of synapse formation by cyclic AMP (with Krueger, et al.), [1986]
115 26
Regulatory mechanisms and protein synthesis. X. Codon recognition on 30 S ribosomes (with Pestka), [ca. 1966]
115 27
Regulatory mechanisms and protein synthesis XI. Template activity of modified RNA codons (with F. Rottman), 1966
115 28
Release factors differing in specificity for terminator codons (with Scolnick, Tompkins, Caskey), 1968
115 29
Replication of nucleic acids and charge fluctuation forces, 1963
115 30
RNA code [Dependence], 1964
115 31
The RNA code and protein synthesis (with Caskey, et al.), 1966
116 1-4
The RNA code and protein synthesis (with Caskey, et al.) [cont'd], 1966
116 5
[RNA codewords and protein synthesis], [ca. 1965?]
116 6-11
RNA codewords and protein synthesis. I. The effect of trinucleotides upon the binding of sRNA to ribosomes (with Leder), 1964
116 12-16
RNA codewords and protein synthesis. II. Nucleotide sequence of a valine RNA codeword (with Leder), 1964
116 17-20
RNA codewords and protein synthesis. III. On the nucleotide sequence of a cysteine and a leucine RNA codeword (with Leder), 1964
116 21-22
RNA codewords and protein synthesis. IV. The nucleotide sequence of multiple codewords for phenylalanine, serine, leucine, and proline (with Bernfield), 1964-1965
116 23-24
RNA codewords and protein synthesis. V. Effect of streptomycin on formation of sRNA-ribosome-RNA codon complexes (with Pestka and Marshall), [ca. 1965]
117 1-2
RNA codewords and protein synthesis. VI. On the nucleotide sequences of degenerate codeword sets for isoleucine, tyrosine, asparagine, and lysine (with Trupin, et al.), 1965
117 3-4
RNA codewords and protein synthesis. VII. On the general nature of the RNA code (with Leder, et al.), [ca. 1965]
117 5-6
RNA codewords and protein synthesis. VIII. Nucleotide sequences of synonym codons for arginine, valine, cysteine, and alanine (with Brimacombe, et al.), 1965
117 7
RNA codons and protein synthesis. IX. Synonym codon recognition by multiple species of valine-, alanine-, and methionine-sRNA (with Kellogg, Doctor, Loebel), [ca. 1966]
117 8
RNA codewords and protein synthesis. X. Codon recognition on 30 S ribosomes (with Pestka), [ca. 1966]
117 9
[RNA codewords and protein synthesis. Recognition of synonym alanine codons by alanine-sRNA of known base sequence (with P. Leder)], [ca. 1966]
117 10-11
[RNA codons and protein synthesis. XII.] Fine structure of RNA codewords recognized by bacterial, amphibian, and mammalian transfer RNA (with Marshall and Caskey), 1966
117 12-16
RNA codons and protein synthesis. 13. RNA codon recognition by deacylated tRNA and aminoacyl-tRNA (with Levin), 1967
117 17-23
RNA codons and protein synthesis. 15. Dissimilar responses of mammalian and bacterial transfer RNA fractions to messenger RNA codons (with Caskey and Beaudet), 1967-1968
117 24
RNA codons recognized by tRNA from embryos of Xenopus Laevis (with Marshall), 1967-1968
117 25
[RNA polymerase MS], [ca. 1963]
117 26
[RNA-polymerase notes, edited MS pages], undated
158 20
Selection of DNA clones with enhancer sequences (with Asoh, Lee-Kwon, and Mouradian), 1994
158 21
Sequence and expression of the murine Hoxd-3 homeobox gene (with Tan, et al.), 1996
117 27
Sequential translation of trinucleotide codons for the initiation and termination of protein synthesis (with Caskey, et al.), 1968
117 28
Size fractionation and properties of mouse neuroblastoma cells (with Littauer, et al.), [ca. 1970]
117 29
Spectrophotometric assay of penicillinase, [ca. 1961]
117 30-32
Stimulation of adenylate cyclase mediated by serotonin receptors of cultured neuroblastoma X brain hybrid cells (with MacDermot), 1978
118 1
Structure and evolution of four POU-domain genes expressed in mouse brain (with Hara, Rovescalli, Kim), 1992
118 2
Studies on synapse formation and opiate dependence, 1977-1978
118 3
Summary of Dr. Marshall Nirenberg's work, [ca. 1965]
118 4-7
Synapse and acetylcholine receptor synthesis by neurons dissociated from retina (with Vogel and Daniels), 1974-1976
118 8
Synapse formation between clonal neuroblastoma x glioma hybrid cells and striated muscle cells (with Nelson and Christian), 1975
118 9
Synapse formation by neuroblastoma hybrid cells (with Wilson, et al.), 1983
118 10
Synapse plasticity, [ca. 1979]
118 11-12
Synapse selection based on differences in synapse turnover (with Thompson, Eisenbarth, Ruffalo), 1979-1982
118 13-24
Synapse turnover: the formation and termination of transient synapses (with Puro and de Mello), 1977
118 25
Synaptic interaction between clonal neuronal cells and dissociated mouse skeletal muscle in vitro, 1975
118 26
Synthesis of leucine enkephalin derivatives: structure-function studies (with Agarwal, et al.), 1977
118 27
[Tables], [ca. 1963]
118 28
Template activity of modified terminator codons (with Smrt, Kemper, Caskey), [1970]
118 29
Template specificity of oligonucleotides for ribonucleic acid polymerase (with Clark and Jaouni), 1965
118 30-32
Three cholinergic neuroblastoma hybrid cell lines that form few synapses on myotubes are deficient in acetylcholine receptor molecules and large dense core vesicles (with Busis, et al.), 1981
119 1-7
Topographic gradient of cell-membrane molecules in avian neural retina detected with monoclonal antibody (with Trisler and Schneider), 1980
119 8
A topographic gradient of molecules in retina can be used to identify neuron position (with Trisler and Schneider), 1980-1981
158 22
Transcriptional regulation of a neuronal L-type calcium channel α [alpha]1 subunity gene (with Kamp, et al.), 1994
119 9-10
Transfer RNA as a cofactor coupling amino acid synthesis with that of protein (with Wilcox), 1968
158 23
Turnover of opiate receptors in neuroblastoma x glioma hybrid cells (with MacDermot), 1978
119 11
An uncertainty principle for active center topography, [ca. 1960]
119 12
The use of aminopterin in selecting electrically active neuroblastoma cells (with Peacock, et al.), 1972
119 13-14
[untitled MS], undated
 
By Laboratory of Biochemical Genetics Personnel, 1963-2000 [subseries]:
119 15
Abstracts, 1966-2000
119 16
α [Alpha] -- Acetylcholine, 1978-1995
119 17
Action -- Antibody, 1978-[1986]
119 18
Approaches -- Association, [1976-1989]
119 19
Basement membrane components and the organization of acetylcholine receptors, 1982
119 20
Binding -- Cell, [1972]-1990
119 21
Cell-free translation and characterization of messenger RNA coding for enkephalin-precursor protein, 1981-1982
119 22
Characterization and generation of Escherichia coli adenylate cyclase deletion mutants, [1991]
119 23-24
Characterization and partial purification of a neuronal factor which increases acetylcholine receptor aggregation on cultured muscle cells, 1980-1981
119 25
Cholestasis -- Coordinated, 1987-1996
119 26
Coding properties of methyl-deficient leucyl-tRNA, [1966]
119 27
Cyclic, 1975
119 28
Deduction -- Development, [1983]-1999
119 29
Developmental -- Effect, [1969-ca. 1994]
119 30
Effect of vinblastine, colcemid, and colchicine on amoeba discoides, [1976]
120 1-2
Effects of chain length on the template activity of polyribonucleotides, 1963
120 3
Electroconvulsive -- Embryonic, 1981-[1985]
120 4
Endorphins -- Escherichia, 1978-[1999]
120 5
Escherichia [cont'd], 1978-1993
120 6
Escherichia coli adenylate cyclase complex, I. Interaction with Enzyme I of the phosphoenolpyruvate:sugar phosphotransferase system, 1977
120 7
Estimation -- Expression, [1975]-1996
120 8
Factor -- Fractionation, 1977-1982
120 9
γ [Gamma], [1969-ca. 1995]
120 10
Glucocorticoids -- High, [1967]-1997
120 11
Histidyl, 1979-1981
120 12
Hox -- Importance, [1998]-1997
120 13
Importance [cont'd], 1995
120 14
In -- Interaction, 1980-1982
120 15
Interaction [cont'd] -- Latrunculins, [1979-1983]
120 16
Localization, 1976-[1990]
158 24-25
Membrane, [1978-1988]
158 26
Metabolism -- Methylglyoxal, 1978-1979
158 27
Molecular -- Neuropeptide, [1982]-1997
158 28
Novel -- Opioid, 1969-[1983]
158 29
Opposing -- Phosphoenolpyruvate:sugar, 1977-[1988]
158 30
Polylysine -- Possible, [1986-1988]
158 31
Potassium -- Proenkephalin, 1981-1989
158 32
Protein -- Rat, 1976-1988
158 33
Reconstitution -- Reduced, [1987]-1999
158 34
Regulation, 1978-1997
158 35
Regulation (cont'd) -- Rodent, [1966]-1999
158 36
Selectivity -- Sequence, 1978-1996
159 1
Simplified -- Specific, 1966-1991
159 2
Storage -- Sulfhydryl, 1979-1983
159 3
Studies on polynucleotide phosphorylase: a thesis presented, 1963
159 4
Synapse -- Synthesis, [1965]-1985
159 5
Thermoregulation -- Topography, 1978-1999
159 6
Transfer -- Transmembrane, 1977-[ca. 1985]
159 7
Transport -- Two, 1977-1986
159 8
Ultrastructural -- Unique, [1974-1993]
159 9
[untitled], 1965
 
Annotated by Marshall Nirenberg, 1961-1988 [subseries]:
120 17
Adenosine -- Agonist, [1970]-1979
120 18
α [Alpha] -- Anti, [1976-1978]
120 19
Apomorphine -- Calcium, 1971-1979
120 20
Characterization, 1968-1972
120 21
Chemical -- Complexing, [1964]-1988
120 22
Degradation -- Expression, 1967-[ca. 1980]
120 23
Enzymatic synthesis of ribonucleic acid III. The RNA primed synthesis of RNA with M. Lysodeikticus RNA polymerase, 1963
120 24
5' [Five] -- Genetic, [1960]-1976
121 1
The growth of cells in serum free hormone supplemented media, 1974-1980
121 2
High -- Isolation, [1964]-1982
121 3
[Inosital manuscript], 1984-1985
121 4
Ligand -- Multiple, [1963]-1976
121 5
Monoclonal antibodies to central nervous system antigens [includes photos], 1980 Sep
121 6
Nuclear sites of stereospecific opiate binding in neuroblastoma cells in continuous culture, 1975
121 7
Nucleotide -- Polypeptide, [1962]-1977
121 8
Protein -- Rapid, [1967]-1978
121 9
Recent -- Sodium, 1965-[1981]
121 10
Some -- Synaptic, 1963-1978
121 11
Synthesis -- Topography, 1961-1984
121 12
Toward -- Transfer, 1969-1978
 
Illustrations, 1964-1983 [subseries]:
121 13
[14C]-GLU-tRNA table, undated
121 14
[Absorbance of Unknown Substance], undated
121 15
[Acetylchlorine, Norepinephrine, Scopalamine, Serotonin], [ca. 1976]
121 16
[Amino acid base table], undated
121 17
[Amino-acyl RNA], undated
121 18
[Ascites Tumors and Glucose], undated
121 19
C14 Amino Acid incorporated into protein [3895, 5490, 8749], undated
121 20
[C14] Phenylalanine-sRNA Bound to Ribosomes, undated
121 21
Ca++ graphs and tables, undated
121 22
Code and slides, [1966]
121 23
[Codon -- tRNA], undated
121 24
Codons Recognized By AA-t-RNA Fractions from Different Organisms, undated
121 25
[Development of Acetylcholine Receptor Clusters on Cultured Muscle Cells (with Sytkowski, Vogel)], 1973
121 26
[DNA, mRNA, Protein, AA Activation], undated
121 27
[Enzymes] 4397, undated
121 28
F[ 3 H]-Methionine released, undated
121 29
[GTP Complex], undated
121 30
[Hatfield, Ribosome Binding], undated
121 31
[Incorporation of C14-amino acids in μ(mu) moles], undated
121 32
Neurobiology slides, 1970-1971
121 33
[Neuroblastoma differentiation cartoon], [ca. 1974]
121 34
Nucleotide Sequences of RNA Codons Recognized by AA-sRNA from Bacteria and Amphibian and Mammalian Liver, undated
149-156
[Oversized charts and graphs used by LBG staff for publications], 1964-[ca. 1985]
121 35
Pestka - +/- Deacylated sRNA binding curves, undated
121 36
[Phenylalanine Incorporation], undated
121 37
[Phenylalanine, Leucine, Valine], undated
121 38
[Phenylalanyl- and Lys-sRNA Bound to Ribosomes], undated
121 39
[Phenylalanyl- and Lys-sRNA Bound to Ribosomes With and Without Terminal Phosphates], undated
121 40
[Phenylalanyl-sRNA, Leuc-sRNA, Seryl-sRNA], undated
121 41
[Poly AC], undated
121 42
[Poly-UC and Amino Acid Incorporation], undated
121 43
[Poly-UG], undated
121 44
Relative Template Activity of Subsidized Oligonucleotides, undated
121 45
[Ribosome Structure and Binding], undated
121 46
[Rick MS 1 and 2], 1977
121 47-49
Slides 1-449, ca. 1967
121 50-51
Negatives for Slides 1-468, ca. 1967
122 1-15
Negatives for Slides 1-468 [cont'd], ca. 1967
122 16
Negatives for Slides (unnumbered), undated
122 17
Slides - 2nd numbered series, 65-110, [Morphine, Neurite Formation], ca. 1974
122 18
Slides, vol. 3, 413-[430], 1971-1972
122 19
Slides (Base pairing, codon recognition, tRNA concentration), undated
122 20
Slides (Base sequence codons), undated
122 21
Slides (Components, tRNA binding characteristics, Base sequence, Rothman), undated
122 22
Slides ([Intro], Base composite codons, Regulation, [AA] tRNA - Sueoka), undated
122 23
Slides [Pestka/SM/30S Ribs], 1966
122 24
Slides (RNA code summary, Universality, B. Termination, ALA tRNA), undated
122 25
Slides (unlabeled), undated
122 26
Specific DNA squence amplification . . ., 1983
122 27
[sRNA-Ribosome Binding, Judy Levin], 1965-1966
122 28
Stimulation of Amino Acid Incorporation, undated
122 29
[Taurine, Tyrosine, Dopamine], undated
122 30
Terminator MS, 1968
122 31
Transfer RNA - Messenger RNA coding, undated
122 32-33
Unlabeled negatives, undated