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By: Erwin Fleissner
176 pages, 10 illus
In this short, poetic account Erwin Fleissner, a well respected cancer researcher and teacher, surveys the last 50 years of molecular biology. The book is a personal look at the revolution in biology from a participant's point of view, offering a broad understanding of the scientific advances that have occured in molecular genetics and cell biology and what scientists actually know about them.
Fleissner's profound humanism and his justification of ethical tenets through an evolutionary analysis is wonderful and insightful. - Max Gottesman, director, Institute of Cancer Research, Columbia University Medical Center "[Evokes] a sense of wonder at the complexity and beauty of nature [that] is both impressive and moving." - Nature Cell Biology"
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