5 thoughts on “Lec 13 | MIT 7.014 Introductory Biology, Spring 2005

  1. The lecturer gives all the credit for the discovery of reverse transcriptase to David Baltimore. He forgot to mention Howard Temin (University of Wisconsin-Madison), who discovered the enzyme simultaneosly and shared the nobel prize for such discovery. Not all great research happens only at MIT.

  2. @danobeitia maybe you should try to understand the context. when talking about a bunch of MIT researchers, why throw in an unimportant caveat? golgi shared the nobel prize with cajal, and we all know what happened there.

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