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Letter from Francis Crick to Linus Pauling. April 14, 1953.
Crick writes to clarify his understanding of the provenance of the coiled-coils idea as it relates to his and Pauling's respective work on the structure of proteins. Crick also notes that he and Watson "would be most interested to learn what you feel about our D.N.A. structure when you have had time to digest the idea and the experimental data." Transcript.

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Creator: Francis Crick
Recipient: Linus Pauling
Associated: James D. Watson, Max Perutz, Peter Pauling, California Institute of Technology, Nature

Date: April 14, 1953
Genre: correspondence
ID: corr68.11-crick-lp-19530414
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