Luria and Stadler

Luria and Stadler

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Credit: AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

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Caption: Italian-US microbiologist Salvador Edward Luria (left, 1912-1991) and US geneticist Lewis John Stadler (right, 1896-1954). Luria, who fled to the US from Mussolini's Italy, shared the 1969 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for his work on viral genetics, especially bacterial resistance to bacteriophages. Stadler studied radiation-induced mutations in maize and barley. Photographed in 1941, during the Ninth Symposium on Quantitative Biology (Genes and Chromosome Structure, 18 June to 2 July) at the Carnegie Institution Department of Genetics (later Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory), New York, USA.

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