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All Articles by David Holzman
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1984 (Volume 15, No. 2)RNA Splicing: RNA: Messenger, Self-splicer, Catalyst...The discovery of an RNA intron and its capacity for self-splicing draws attention to the catalytic and other roles RNA plays. Nonsense RNA. Chicken and egg.David HolzmanPDF
1984 (Volume 15, No. 5)RNA Structure: A Matter of FormUnlike its twin-stranded cousin, RNA uses structure to help it perform its function. Protein-binding sites in RNA.David HolzmanPDF
1985 (Volume 16, No. 2)Ribosomes: Ribosomal RNA: Where the Action IsRibosomes contain both protein and nucleic acid. One is the actor, one the supporting cast. RNA is moving into the spotlight. Structure. Phylogeny. A key experiment. Sequencing.David HolzmanPDF
1986 (Volume 17, No. 3)Asymmetry: Determinants of DevelopmentThe asymmetrical distribution of components within an ovum may have as much to do with the direction of embryo development as does the molecular nature of those developmental determinants.David HolzmanPDF
1992 (Volume 23, No. 2)Pcr: A Tool for All SeasonsBiologists can hardly turn around today without bumping into another use for the polymerase chain reaction. As much progress is being made in honing the tool as in the science to which it is being applied. Some PCR techniques. Recombination and genetic mapping.David HolzmanPDF


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