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Letter from James Watson to Linus Pauling. March 4, 1963.
Watson writes to explain the background behind his and Crick's earlier assumption of the existence of two hydrogen bonds linking cytosine and guanine in the DNA molecule. Watson then confirms that he and Crick have accepted the Pauling-Corey description of three hydrogen bonds interlinking cytosine and guanine. Transcript.

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Creator: James D. Watson
Recipient: Linus Pauling
Associated: Maurice Wilkins, Ava Helen Pauling, Robert Corey, Francis Crick, Jerry Donohue, Linda Pauling, Alexander Rich, June Broomhead, Scientific American

Date: March 4, 1963
Genre: correspondence
ID: sci9.001.51-watson-lp-19630304
Copyright: More Information

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