Norman Simmons

Norman Simmons (1915–2004) was a DNA research pioneer.

Simmons worked with Elkan Blout on proteins and polypeptides and was also recognized for isolating a structurally pure form of DNA. This was, in fact, the DNA which Rosalind Franklin used in her X-ray diffraction studies that rewarded Maurice Wilkins, James Watson and Francis Crick with the Nobel Prize for the double helix model of DNA. Wilkins stated at that time: "I wish to thank Norman Simmons for having refined techniques of isolating DNA, and thereby helping a great many workers including ourselves." Provided by Wikipedia
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Published 1993
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Published 1997
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by Eldridge, Roy, 1911-1989.
Published 1995
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by Bruno, Jerry.
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by Thornton, Teri.
Published 1999
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Published 1998
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