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Copy letters, 1973-1974

MS. Bodmer 11 ( =Res.)

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Subjects include:
  1. Folder 1: '1st August 1973 to 4th October 1973'. The Jackson Laboratory: Bar Harbour, Maine; teaching of Human Sciences at St. Catherine's College, Oxford; the training of medical geneticists; Medical Research Council Grant; EMBO Workshop; sabbaticals/postgraduate work; analysis of the mitochondrial enzymes citrate synthase (EC and malate dehydrogenase (EC in human-mouse somatic cell hybrids; D. B. Roberts's work on Drosophila melanogaster; spina bifida; Robert Gayre libel action against the Sunday Times; cell standards; popular science books on genetics and intelligence; amniotic fluid samples ( =Res.)
  2. Folder 2: '12th December 1973 to 14 February 1974'. Genetics lectures to clinical students; fellowships/scholarships; linkage of HL-A to spina bifida gene; Biochemistry Prelims; Bodmer as member of Editorial Board of Cytogenetics and Cell Genetics; mapping of gonads/fate mapping; 'Our future inheritance: choice or chance?': a study, correspondence; reviews; references; Medical Research Council Board; the Ninth Paterson Symposium; method of purifying protein; research application to the Wellcome Trust; Israel-Oxford joint project; Working Party on the Biology Honours School; the antigens of Drosophila melanogaster; mitochondrial function human/mammalian cells ( =Res.)
  3. Folder 3: '18th February 1974 to 16th May 1974'. Electrophoresis techniques; Walter Bodmer's election to the Royal Society; paternity testing using genetic markers; Richard Doll; mouse genetics and a case for a small animal facility; studies on schizophrenia ( =Res.)


  • 1973-1974


1 box (3 folders)

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  • English

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MS. Bodmer 11 ( =Res.)