Genes, Girls, and Gamow: After the Double Helix

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Immediately following the revolutionary discovery of the structure of DNA by James D. Watson and Francis Crick in 1953, the world of molecular biology was caught up in a gold rush. The goal: to uncover the secrets of life that the newly elucidated molecule promised to reveal. "Genes, Girls, and Gamow" is Watson's report on the amazing aftermath of the DNA breakthrough, picking up where his now-classic memoir, "The Double Helix, " left off. 37 illustrations.

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