Collection of offprints. Joshua LEDERBERG.

Collection of offprints

24 offprints authored or co-authored by Lederberg, co-winner of the 1958 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for discovering that bacteria can reproduce sexually and exchange genes. The collection includes a range of offprints from his career, from his first article in 1947 (culled from his dissertation) to the work he did at University of Wisconsin-Madison to his later works on other subjects (including an article on the possibility of life on Mars, co-authored with Carl Sagan). Present are: With Tatum: "Novel genotypes in mixed cultures of biochemical mutants of bacteria." Offprint from Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology 11 (1946). 113-114 pp. Original printed wrappers. – With Tatum: "Gene recombination in the bacterium Escherichia coli." Offprint from Journal of Bacteriology 53 (1947). Pages 673-684. – "Gene Recombination and Linked Segregations in Escherichia Coli. Offprint from Genetics vol 32, pp.505-525 (September 1947). Self-wrappers. – "Recombination Analysis of Bacterial Heredity." Offprint from Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology, Vol XVL, 1951. – "Genetic Exchange in Salmonella." Offprint from Journal of Bacteriology vol 64, no 5 (November 1952). 679-699. Printed wrappers. SIGNED by Lederberg on upper cover. – A View of Genetics. Stockholm: 1959. 8vo. 20pp. Printed wraps. Lederberg's Nobel Prize speech. – And 16 others. Please inquire for complete list. Item #403317

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