Heraclitean Fire: Sketches from a Life Before Nature

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Rockefeller University Press, 1978 - Science - 252 pages
The eminent biochemist reflects on his life and work in Vienna and in America, shedding light on his DNA research and the work and opinions that led to his reputation as a maverick

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Chargaff was a successful Austrian chemist, who is perhaps best known for his research on the nucleic acids, particularly "Chargaff's rule", which states that the number of Gs to Cs, and As to Ts, is ... Read full review


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