Papers of M H F Wilkins: data relating to research on the structure of nucleohistone

  • Wilkins, Maurice, 1916-2004
Date:
1958
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K/PP178/2/68
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Wilkins, Maurice Hugh Frederick (1916-2004)
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Notes, graphs and computer printout data sets, relating to data collected for a theoretical model of the structure of nucleohistone modelled on an IBM 650 computer. Also an x-ray diffraction photograph of nucleohistone, subsequently used in an article, ‘X-ray diffraction studies of the molecular structure of nucleohistone and chromosomes’ by Wilkins, Geoffrey Zubay and Herbert Wilson, published in Journal of Molecular Biology, Vol 1. Original file title: ‘Data Nucleohistone Model 1’.

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1958

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1 file

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King's College London

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Available at King’s College London, Archives and Special Collections, subject to signature of reader's undertaking form.

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The original material is held at King’s College London, Archives and Special Collections. This catalogue is held by the Wellcome Library as part of Codebreakers: Makers of Modern Genetics.

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