Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
The Luigi Gorini papers, 1922-1980, are the product of Gorini’s research, teaching, professional, and publishing activities throughout the course of his career. The papers are arranged in four series: I. Research records, 1953-1977, undated; II. Professional activities records, 1964-1977, undated; III. Writings and publications, 1922-1988, undated; and IV. Harvard Medical School and teaching records, 1956-1975, undated.
Consists of notebooks recording Philip Leder's genetic research from December 1963 to August 1965. During the year 1964, Leder worked with Marshall Nirenberg on the Nirenberg and Leder experiment, which involved filtering mRNA samples through a device developed by Leder to elucide the triplet-nucleotide sequences that code amino acids.