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William J. Dreyer Papers 1955-2006
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WILLIAM J. DREYER (1928-2004); Caltech Professor of Biology 1963-2004. His early work at Caltech centered on investigations of genetic coding for protein structure using immunological techniques. He proposed that genes could be reshuffled to provide additional information for the formation of proteins. With Leroy Hood and later Michael Hunkapillar he worked on the design of an automated protein sequencer and was associated with the founding of the company Applied Biosystems.
Dreyer, William J. (Biochemist)
Jan. 1, 1955 through Dec. 31, 2006
MEDIUM: Paper; film; LENGTH: 15.25 linear feet; QUANTITY: 28.5 boxes; 1 storage box
Topics: Biology, Biochemistry, Immunology
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