[TOTAL: 13 OFFPRINTS]  EDGAR, R. S. & W. B. WOOD. Morphogenesis of bacteriophage T4 in extracts of mutant-infected cells. Offprint from: Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., Vol. 55, No. 3, March 1966. pp. 498-505. [See below or request list for inventory of offprints included].
by EDGAR, Robert S.; [with] Richard P. FEYNMAN [no.8].
[New York]:: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 1966.. Self-wraps. Communicated by Max Delbrück. Fine. Self-wraps. Pencil initials of Norman H. Horowitz. [Various of these papers in in collaboration with] G. H. Denhardt, F. H. Epstein, R. P. Feynman, Leland H. Hartwell, S. Klein, I. Lielausis, C. M. Steinberg, W. B. Wood.]. PIONEER RESEARCH WITH VIRAL T4 BACTERIOPHAGE. Robert [Bob] S. Edgar, known for his work with bacteriophage T4, studied under Dr. August H. Doermann at Stanford University, initially went to study the mechanism of recombination in bacteria at the Institut Pasteur, Paris, was later associated with the Dept. of Biology, University of Rochester, NY, University of California-Santa Cruz, and the Division of Biology, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena (thus the Richard Feynman connection). He worked with Norman H. Horowitz, had his own lab, and was a leader in the field of human microbiology and human genetics. He retired ca. 1990. [FULL INVENTORY: [TOTAL: 13 OFFPRINTS]  EDGAR, R. S. & W. B. WOOD. Morphogenesis of bacteriophage T4 in extracts of mutant-infected cells. Offprint from: Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., Vol. 55, No. 3, March 1966. pp. 498-505. Self-wraps. Communicated by Max Delbrück. Fine.  EDGAR, R. S. Phenotypic properties of heterozygotes in the bacteriophage T4. Offprint from: Genetics, Vol. 43, No. 2, March 1958. pp. 235-248 Self-wraps.  EDGAR, R. S. & C. M. STEINBERG. On the Origin of High Negative Interference over Short Segments of the Genetic Structure of Bacteriophage T4. Offprint from: Virology, Vol. 6, 1958. pp. 115-128. Self-wraps.  EDGAR, R. S. Mapping Experiments with rII and h Mutants of Bacteriophage T4D. Offprint from: Virology, Vol. 6, 1958. pp. 215-225. Self-wraps.  EDGAR, R. S. & F. H. EPSTEIN. Inactivation by Ultraviolet Light of an Acriflavine-Sensitive Gene Function in Phage T4D. Offprint from: Science, Vol. 134, No. 3475, August 4, 1961. pp. 327-8. Self-wraps.  STEINBERG, C. M., & R. S. EDGAR. On the Absence of High Negative Interference in Triparental Crosses. Offprint from: Virology, vol. 15, no. 4, 1961. [New York]: Academic Press, 1961. 8vo. 511-512 pp. Single leaf. Fine.  HARTWELL, Leland H. An Upper Limit to the Map Distance Separating the Two Cistrons of the rII Region of Bacteriophage T4B. Offprint from: Virology, Vol. 15, No. 4, December 1961. pp. 510-11. Self-wraps.  EDGAR, R. S., R. P. FEYNMAN, S. KLEIN, I. LIELAUSIS & C. M. STEINBERG. Mapping experiments with r Mutants of Bacteriophage T4D. Offprint from: Genetics, Vol. 47, No. 2, February 1962. pp. 179-186. Self-wraps.  STEINBERG, C. M. & R. S. Edgar. A critical test of a current theory of genetic recombination in bacteriophage. Offprint from: Genetics, Vol. 47, No. 2, February 1962. pp. 187-208. Self-wraps.  EDGAR, R. S., G. H. DENHARDT & R. H. EPSTEIN. A comparative genetic study of conditional lethal mutations of bacteriophage T4D. Offprint from: Genetics, Vol. 49, No. 4, April 1964. pp. 635-648. Self-wraps.  EDGAR, R. S. & I. LIELAUSIS. Temperature-sensitive mutants of bacteriophage T4D: Their isolation and genetic characterization. Offprint from: Genetics, Vol. 49, No. 4, April 1964. pp. 649-662. Self-wraps.  EDGAR, R. S. & R. H. EPSTEIN. Conditional lethal mutations in bacteriophage T. Offprint from: Genetics Today, Proc. of the XI Intl. Congr. of Genetics, 1964. Self-wraps. Ink initials of Norman H. Horowitz.  EDGAR, R. S. The Bacteriophage Chromosome. Offprint from: the National Cancer Institute Monograph No. 18, Genes and Chromosomes, 1965. pp. 67-77.]. (Inventory #: S13105)
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