ON APRIL 25, 1953, three papers were published in Nature, the prestigious scientific journal, which exposed the “fundamentally beautiful” structure of DNA to the public, and sounded the starting gun of the DNA Revolution. The authors of these papers revealed the now-famous double-helix structure of DNA, thereby unlocking the secret code of the human gene. …
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