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|Hitchcock Foundation Lectures: "Chemical Bonds in Biology" January 17, 1983.
University of California, Berkeley.
Jerry Donohue's Important Contribution to the Double-Helix. (0:33)
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Linus Pauling: Many years later, Watson and Crick discovered the double-helix, with the help of Jerry Donohue who pointed out that they
were using the wrong structures for the nitrogen bases, and that the correct structures would form hydrogen bonds with one
another. That was a valuable contribution. He's the only person whom they thank in their paper on the double-helix. They
could have thanked him even much more strongly, I think, than they did.
ClipCreator: Linus Pauling
Associated: James D. Watson, Francis Crick, Jerry Donohue
Clip ID: 1983v.1-donohue
Full WorkCreator: Linus Pauling
Associated: University of California, Berkeley
Date: January 17, 1983
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