37 original offprints from Nobel Prize winner S. E. Luria

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Title 37 original offprints from Nobel Prize winner S. E. Luria
Author Salvador Edward Luria S. E. Luria
Binding PAPERBACK
Publisher Various, 1954-1970
Condition Very Good
Description The Relation of the Synthesis of Viruses and Other Cell Components in Bacteria (ND); Some Metabolic and Cytochemical Aspects of Bacteriophage Infection (1954); Genetic Recombination Between Escherichia Coli and Shigella Dysenteriae (1955); Cell Susceptibility to Viruses (1955); Hybridization Between Shigella and Escherichia and the Production of New Shigella Serotypes (1957); Hybridization Between Escherichia Coli and Shigella (1957); Transduction by Bacteriophage P1: Abnormal Phage Function of the Transducing Particles (1958); Mutations of Viruses in Relation to Normal and Abnormal Cell Function (1958); Lysogenization, Transduction, and Genetic Recombination in Bacteria (1958); Curing of Phage-Infested Salmonella Typhimurium by Chloramphenicol (1958); Genetic Transfers by Viruses (1959); Viruses as Determinants of Cellular Functions (1959); Viruses as Infective Genetic Materials (1959); Viruses, Cancer Cells, and the Genetic Concept of Virus Infection (1960); Transduction of Lactose-utilizing Ability among Strains of E. coli and S. dysenteriae and the Properties of the Transducing Phage Particles (1960); Relation of Viral Functions to Cancer Chemotherapy (1960); Production of B-Galactosidase Following Transduction (1961); Transfer of Transducing Prophage Pldl upon Baterial Mating (1961); Biosynthesis of B-D-Galactosidase Controlle by Phage-Carried Genes. III: Derepression of B-D-Galactosidase Synthesis Following Induction of Phage Development in Lysogenic Bacteria (1961); Biosynthesis of B-D-Galactosidase Controlled by Phage-Carried Genes. I. Induced B-D-Galactosidase Biosynthesis After Transduction of Gene z+ by Phage (1961); Biosynthesis of a B-D-Galactosidase Controlled by Phage-Carried Genes. II. The Behavior of Phage-Transduced z+ Genes Toward Regulatory Mechanisms (1961); Transduction by Bacteriophage P1 and the Properties of the lac Genetic Region in E. coli and S. dysenteria (1961); Genetics of Bacteriophage (1962); Genetic Functions of Viruses (1962); A Heat-Sensitive B-D-Galactosidase from Shigella Dysenteriae (1962); Regulation of biosynthesis of a heat-sensitive B-D-galactosidase in Shigella dysenteriae (1963); Functional Alterations of Cells Due to Viruses (1963); Analysis of Serologic Determinant Groups of the Salmonella E-Group O-Antigens(1963); Behavior of Prophage P1 in Bacterial Matings I. Transfer of the Defective Prophage P1 dl (1963); On the Mechanism of Action of Colicins (1964); Asymmetric Transcription of T4 Phage DNA by Purified RNA Polymerase (1965); Enzyme Synthesis Directed by Nonglucosylated T-even Bacteriophages in Restrictive Hosts (1966); Approaches to the Biosynthesis of Macromolecules (1966); Transduction Studies on the Role of a rec+ Gene in the Ultraviolet Induction of Prophage Lambda (1967); The Microbiologist and His Times (1968); Effects of Colicins E1 and K on Transport Systems (1969); Effects of Colicins E1 and K on Cellular Metabolism (1969); New Class of Conditional Colicin-tolerant Mutants (1969); DNA-Glucosylation in T-Even Phage: Genetic Determination and Role in Phage-Host Interaction (1970); The Recognition of DNA in Bacteria (1970); The Role of the University: Ivory Tower, Service Station, or Frontier Post? (1970); DNA-Glucosylation in T-Even Phage: Genetic Determination and Role in Phage-Host Interaction (1970); Bacteriophage Genes and Bacterial Functions (1962); Molecular and Genetic Criteria in Bacterial Classification (1961?); Molecular Biology: Past, Present , Future (1970); Phage, Colicins, and Macroregulatory Phenomena (1970); Escherichia coli: Strains That Excrete and Inhibitor of Colicin B. (1969); and others. Most in very good or better condition. "He won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1969, with Max Delbrück and Alfred Hershey, for their discoveries on the replication mechanism and the genetic structure of viruses. Salvador Luria showed that bacterial resistance to viruses (phages) is genetically inherited." Wikipedia Provenance: William B. Provine *

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