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Sequence Analysis Contributions by Ulam to Molecular Genetics

By Goad, Walter B.

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Title: Sequence Analysis Contributions by Ulam to Molecular Genetics  
Author: Goad, Walter B.
Language: English
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Excerpt: Lord Rayleigh once introduced a key idea with “It is tolerably obvious once remarked. “Yes, I think now, that is just how it was- Stan Ulam providing us with a steady stream of ideas and observations “tolerably obvious” only in retrospect, and then striking in the way they became integral to one’s tangible world of evolved and evolving forms and actions. Here I would like to sketch ideas developed during the sixties and seventies as an avalanche of detail, still growing, gathered about the way sequences of nucleotide bases in DNA encode instructions for development and propagation of living organisms. Stan showed us a very general way of thinking precisely about relationships among sequences, in particular, how to devise quantitative measures of relationship that.

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