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Classical Genetics: Mutation

Wikipedia: We now know that, in biology, a mutation is the process that produces heritable change via the permanent alteration of the nucleotide sequence of the genome of an organism, virus, or extrachromosomal DNA or other genetic elements. Mutations result from errors during DNA replication or other types of damage to DNA (such as may be caused by exposure to radiation or carcinogens), which then may undergo error-prone repair, or cause an error during other forms of repair, or else may cause an error during replication. Mutations may also result from insertion or deletion of segments of DNA due to mobile genetic elements. Mutations may or may not produce discernible changes in the observable characteristics (phenotype) of an organism. Mutations play a part in both normal and abnormal biological processes including: evolution, cancer, and the development of the immune system, including junctional diversity. In the early days of classical genetics, work to characterize, model, and understand the phenomenology of mutation were critically important for developing the foundations of modern molecular genetics.

Created with PubMed® Query: 1859:1953[PDAT] AND (mutation OR mutant OR mutagen) NOT pmcbook NOT ispreviousversion

Citations The Papers (from PubMed®)

RevDate: 2007-03-19
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

KAPLAN WD, MF LYON (1953)

Failure of mercaptoethylamine to protect against the mutagenic effects of radiation. II. Experiments with mice.

Science (New York, N.Y.), 118(3078):777-778.

RevDate: 2007-03-19
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

KAPLAN WD, MF LYON (1953)

Failure of mercaptoethylamine to protect against the mutagenic effects of radiation. I. Experiments with Drosophila.

Science (New York, N.Y.), 118(3078):776-777.

RevDate: 2016-11-22
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

ROSIN A, F DOLJANSKI (1953)

Effect of hydroquinone on mitosis.

Nature, 172(4390):1151.

RevDate: 2006-11-15
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

STOCKER A (1953)

[Neurosis, inversion, perversion and guilt].

Praxis, 42(51):1065-1073.

RevDate: 2007-03-19
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

STORMONT C, WEIR WC, LL LANE (1953)

Erythrocyte mosaicism in a pair of sheep twins.

Science (New York, N.Y.), 118(3075):695-696.

RevDate: 2005-11-16
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

CONSTANTIN T, R LATARJET (1953)

[Deferred mutations induced in a yeast by ultraviolet rays].

Comptes rendus des seances de la Societe de biologie et de ses filiales, 147(23-24):1906-1909.

RevDate: 2016-11-22
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

BARBOUR RG, A EDWARDS (1953)

Mutation of different bacteriophage types of Staphylococci to streptomycin resistance.

The Australian journal of experimental biology and medical science, 31(6):561-565.

RevDate: 2016-11-22
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

CARLSON AJ, NR BREWER (1953)

Toxicity studies on hydroquinone.

Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine. Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine (New York, N.Y.), 84(3):684-688.

RevDate: 2016-11-22
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

LINDEGREN CC, DD PITTMAN (1953)

The induction in a Saccharomyces sp. of the gene-mutation controlling utilization of galactose by exposure to galactose.

Journal of general microbiology, 9(3):494-511.

RevDate: 2005-11-16
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

MARKERT CL (1953)

Lethal and mutagenic effects of ultraviolet radiation on Glomerella conidia.

Experimental cell research, 5(2):427-435.

RevDate: 2018-01-26
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

LEE HH (1953)

The mutation of E. coli to resistance to bacteriophage T6.

Archives of biochemistry and biophysics, 47(2):438-444.

RevDate: 2018-01-26
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

SCHAEFFER P (1953)

A black mutant of Neurospora crassa; mode of action of the mutant allele and action of light on melanogenesis.

Archives of biochemistry and biophysics, 47(2):359-379.

RevDate: 2018-01-26
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

MOROWITZ HJ (1953)

The action of ultraviolet light and ionizing radiation on spores of Bacillus subtilis. I. The ultraviolet lethal action, mutation action and absorption spectra.

Archives of biochemistry and biophysics, 47(2):325-337.

RevDate: 2017-02-19
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

MURPHY JS (1953)

Recombinations of mutant phages of Bacillus megatherium 899a.

The Journal of experimental medicine, 98(6):657-666.

A group of mutant phages stemming from the virus of B. megatherium 899a (lysogenic), growing on a sensitive B. megatherium strain (KM), have been studied with respect to their recombination reactions. All these mutants and many of their recombinations can be recognized by a characteristic plaque morphology. A similar group of phages have been isolated directly from a culture of B. megatherium 899a in this laboratory. Previous work has shown that when two different plaque mutant phages both infect essentially all the bacteria in a culture, a characteristic per cent of recombinants is produced. This percentage depends on the two recombinants used, each pair having its own value. Hershey and coworkers (2-5) have demonstrated with coli-phage T2, that the percentages of recombination found can be handled mathematically and that they demonstrate the existence of a relationship between the mutations entirely comparable to crossover percentages as used in gene locus maps in genetics. This has been found to hold true for the phages studied in the present work. Only one "linkage group" has been detected and all the mutants studied showed low percentages of recombination (0.8 to 7.6). B. megatherium 899a phage and some of its mutants have been examined with an electron microscope and no differences have been detected between the different mutant strains.

RevDate: 2014-06-11
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

KROOTH RS (1953)

Comments on the estimation of the mutation rate for achondroplasia.

American journal of human genetics, 5(4):373-376.

RevDate: 2016-12-19
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

MORRIS GE (1953)

Synthetic rubbers; their chemistry and dermatological aspects.

A.M.A. archives of industrial hygiene and occupational medicine, 8(6):540-546.

RevDate: 2006-11-15
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

BOSIGER E (1953)

[Sexual activity of females and males of two mutant strains of Drosophila melanogaster].

Comptes rendus hebdomadaires des seances de l'Academie des sciences, 237(19):1180-1182.

RevDate: 2012-11-15
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

MUHLEMANN H (1953)

[Anthraquinone and anthraquinone glycosides; the synthesis of Chrysazinhydroquinone-1-glycoside and chrysazin-9-anthrone-1-glycoside].

Pharmaceutica acta Helvetiae, 28(11):313-319.

RevDate: 2010-09-14
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

FELTZ ET, MANDEL B, E RACKER (1953)

Susceptibility of mice free of Theiler's virus (TO strain) to infection with TO virus.

The Journal of experimental medicine, 98(5):427-432.

A method for the establishment and maintenance of a colony of mice free of Theiler's (TO) virus has been described. This colony has been maintained since 1947 with but one instance of contamination in 1948. Studies on the susceptibility of these mice to TO virus show that smaller doses are required to establish an infection of the intestinal tract than of the CNS. A mutant strain of TO(B) virus has been isolated which, following oral administration to mice free of TO virus, is able to cause infection of the CNS with paralysis. When fed to stock mice that carry TO virus, this TO(B) strain does not cause paralysis or other signs of CNS infection.

RevDate: 2017-02-19
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

HERZBERG M, S ELBERG (1953)

Immunization against brucella infection. I. Isolation and characterization of a streptomycin-dependent mutant.

Journal of bacteriology, 66(5):585-599.

RevDate: 2016-11-22
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

FORMAN L (1953)

A note on the depigmentary properties of monobenzylether of hydroquinone.

The British journal of dermatology, 65(11):406-409.

RevDate: 2006-11-15
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

DA CUNHA AB (1953)

Chromosomal inversions with sex-limited effects.

Nature, 172(4383):815-816.

RevDate: 2007-03-19
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

MORTIMER RK, CA TOBIAS (1953)

Evidence for x-ray induced recessive lethal mutations in yeast.

Science (New York, N.Y.), 118(3070):517-518.

RevDate: 2006-11-15
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

BOSIGER E (1953)

[Sexual isolation between two mutant strains of Drosophila melanogaster].

Comptes rendus hebdomadaires des seances de l'Academie des sciences, 237(16):934-936.

RevDate: 2017-07-14
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

MUNDKUR BD (1953)

Interphase nuclei and cell sizes in a polyploid series of Saccharomyces.

Experientia, 9(10):373-374.

RevDate: 2017-07-14
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

WEIGLE JJ, R DULBECCO (1953)

Induction of mutations in bacteriophage T3 by ultraviolet light.

Experientia, 9(10):372-373.

RevDate: 2009-11-18
CmpDate: 2006-06-01

Doudney CO, RP Wagner (1953)

A Relationship of Homocysteine Metabolism to Thiamin, Serine, and Adenine Biosynthesis in a Mutant Strain of Neurospora.

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 39(10):1043-1052.

RevDate: 2005-11-16
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

MARCOVICH H (1953)

[The effect of pH on the toxic and mutagenic action of euflavin on yeasts].

Annales de l'Institut Pasteur, 85(4):443-450.

RevDate: 2008-11-20
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

MOIR JC (1953)

Complete inversion of the bladder through a vesico-vaginal fistula of twenty-seven years' duration.

Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, 46(10):844-845.

RevDate: 2006-11-15
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

DAUBNEY R, G ISHAK (1953)

Mutations in pathogenicity of some recently isolated strains of fowl-plague virus.

Journal of comparative pathology, 63(4):255-282.

RevDate: 2006-11-15
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

JACKSON BP, JM ROWSON (1953)

Alkaloid biogenesis in tetraploid stramonium.

The Journal of pharmacy and pharmacology, 5(10):778-793.

RevDate: 2011-09-28
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

GIUGIARO A, D CASTELLI (1953)

[Trimethyl (methylphenyldodecyl) ammonium methyl sulfate in preoperative antisepsis].

Minerva chirurgica, 8(18):716-722.

RevDate: 2005-11-16
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

LEFEVRE J, H HESLOT (1953)

[Incomplete polyploidy and phenotypic variations induced by colchicine in Nicotiana hybrids].

Comptes rendus hebdomadaires des seances de l'Academie des sciences, 237(11):576-578.

RevDate: 2006-11-15
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

LA COUR LF, A RUTISHAUSER (1953)

Chromosome breakage experiments with endosperm :sub-chromatid breakage.

Nature, 172(4376):501-502.

RevDate: 2006-11-15
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

LEWIS D, LK CROWE (1953)

Theory of revertible mutation.

Nature, 172(4376):501.

RevDate: 2014-10-03
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

YOSIDA TH (1953)

[Karyological study on the tetraploid tumors in the rat and the mouse].

Gan, 44(2-3):143-144.

RevDate: 2009-02-13
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

CAHEN P, FROMENT R, LEHMANN M, et al (1953)

[Inversion of the T wave in right precordial leads by exercise tests in mitral stenosis].

Archives des maladies du coeur et des vaisseaux, 46(9):820-827.

RevDate: 2009-11-18
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

UMBARGER HE (1953)

Influence of glucose on the growth factor requirement of a mutant of Escherichia coli.

Journal of bacteriology, 66(3):328-332.

RevDate: 2005-11-16
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

INGRAHAM JL, ROBY TO, JH PETERSON (1953)

Effect of 2,4-dinitrophenol and sodium azide on host cell metabolism and influenza A virus.

Archives of biochemistry and biophysics, 46(1):215-220.

RevDate: 2015-11-19
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

DENTON CA, WL KELLOGG (1953)

The vitamin B12 activity of eggs and some materials as affected by extraction in the presence of sodium cyanide or sodium bisulfite.

Archives of biochemistry and biophysics, 46(1):105-109.

RevDate: 2005-11-16
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

PISANTY J, A NAVA (1953)

[Digitalis-like effect of acridine orange].

Archivos del Instituto de Cardiologia de Mexico, 23(4):516-524.

RevDate: 2016-11-22
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

DAVIS BD (1953)

Autocatalytic growth of a mutant due to accumulation of unstable phenylalanine precursor.

Science (New York, N.Y.), 118(3061):251-252.

RevDate: 2016-11-22
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

KATAGIRI M, R SATO (1953)

Accumulation of phenylalanine by a phenylalanineless mutant of Escherichia coli.

Science (New York, N.Y.), 118(3061):250-251.

RevDate: 2007-03-19
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

BLUM HF, J ALEXANDER (1953)

[Regarding the somatic mutation hypothesis of cancer].

Science (New York, N.Y.), 118(3059):197-198.

RevDate: 2007-03-19
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

BURDETTE WJ (1953)

The somatic mutation hypothesis of cancer genesis.

Science (New York, N.Y.), 118(3059):196-197.

RevDate: 2009-11-18
CmpDate: 2006-06-01

Levine RP, PT Ives (1953)

Mutation Rates and Lethal Gene Frequencies in Populations of Drosophila Melanogaster.

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 39(8):817-823.

RevDate: 2016-11-22
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

DEUFEL J, H GANSHIRT (1953)

[Studies on the effect of aristolochic acid on bacteria and cell division of Vicia faba L].

Die Pharmazie, 8(8):679-682.

RevDate: 2006-11-15
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

TOUSSAINT P (1953)

[Esophageal pathology during pulmonary tuberculosis; chronic tuberculous mutations].

Acta tuberculosea Belgica, 44(4):302-318.

RevDate: 2005-11-16
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

GRIZZLE CO (1953)

Effects of sodium azide on the blood pressure of rats.

Stanford medical bulletin, 11(3):145-148.

RevDate: 2007-10-12
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

MARKS MM (1953)

Clinical re-evaluation of dorbane in the treatment of functional constipation.

The American journal of digestive diseases, 20(8):240-242.

RevDate: 2014-08-12
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

WEAVER G, JH BELTON (1953)

Acute incomplete inversion of the uterus.

Canadian Medical Association journal, 69(2):154-155.

RevDate: 2006-11-15
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

JUDE AC (1953)

A rex mutant in the cat.

Nature, 172(4367):81-82.

RevDate: 2010-11-18
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

Anonymous (1953)

MUTATION theory of evolution.

Nature, 172(4366):22-23.

RevDate: 2008-10-30
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

DE PEVERELLI VM (1953)

[Inversion of germinal layers in rodents of the genus Ctenomys].

La Semana medica, 103(1):16-20; passim.

RevDate: 2006-11-15
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

OMODEO P (1953)

[Considerations on polyploidy in earthworms].

Bollettino della Societa italiana di biologia sperimentale, 29(7):1437-1439.

RevDate: 2016-11-22
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

PARMENTIER R, G ASTALDI (1953)

[First research on the effects of hydroquinone on proliferation of human bone marrow cells cultivated in vitro].

Bollettino della Societa italiana di biologia sperimentale, 29(7):1315-1317.

RevDate: 2016-11-22
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

PARMENTIER R, P DUSTIN (Jr) (1953)

[On the mechanism of the mitotic abnormalities induced by hydroquinone in animal tissues].

Revue belge de pathologie et de medecine experimentale, 23(1):20-30.

RevDate: 2016-11-22
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

GRIANTI V, E BARTALINI (1953)

[The use of lipotropic substances, complex B and liver extracts in some cases of industrial liver disease].

Rassegna di medicina industriale e di igiene del lavoro, 22(4-5):220-232.

RevDate: 2016-11-22
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

GANSHIRT H (1953)

[Isolation of aristolochic acid from various Aristolochiaceae and its quantitative determination].

Die Pharmazie, 8(7):584-592.

RevDate: 2009-11-11
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

SCHINZ HR, H FRITZ-NIGGLI (1953)

[Mutation trials with anti-Drosophila serum].

Radiologia clinica, 22(4):374-379.

RevDate: 2008-07-16
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

ROSEMBERG J, CAMPOS NS, JN AUN (1953)

[Current status of knowledge of inversion of the Mitsuda reaction by oral BCG].

Hospital (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil), 44(1):33-73.

RevDate: 2013-11-21
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

JOHANSSON KR (1953)

Response to an assay of vitamin B12 by a mutant Escherichia coli.

Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine. Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine (New York, N.Y.), 83(3):448-453.

RevDate: 2013-11-21
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

SUSSMAN M, SG BRADLEY (1953)

Mutant yeast strains resistant to arsenate and azide.

Journal of bacteriology, 66(1):52-59.

RevDate: 2016-11-22
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

HOFFMANN CR (1953)

Indications for the use of diphenmethanil methyl sulfate (prantal) in the treatment of peptic ulcer.

American practitioner and digest of treatment, 4(7):464-468.

RevDate: 2005-11-16
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

LUCKE WH, A SARACHEK (1953)

X-ray inactivation of polyploid Saccharomyces.

Nature, 171(4362):1014-1015.

RevDate: 2016-12-28
CmpDate: 2006-06-01

Young WJ, Yost HT, Ives PT, et al (1953)

The Effect of Pretreatment with Infra-Red Radiation on the X-ray Induced Sex-Linked Recessive Lethal and Visible Mutation Rate in Drosophila Melanogaster.

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 39(6):488-495.

RevDate: 2006-11-15
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

THIBAULT P, S RUBINSTEN (1953)

[Satellitism of Shigella sonnei around the mutant colonies attacking the lactose].

Annales de l'Institut Pasteur, 84(6):1046-1050.

RevDate: 2017-02-19
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

ARMITAGE P (1953)

Statistical concepts in the theory of bacterial mutation.

The Journal of hygiene, 51(2):162-184.

RevDate: 2011-02-25
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

WURTZ B (1953)

[Accumulation of an unidentified glucide in the cultures of a mutant of Streptobacterium plantarum].

Comptes rendus hebdomadaires des seances de l'Academie des sciences, 236(22):2176-2177.

RevDate: 2006-11-15
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

STONE D (1953)

Some aspects of the hydrolysis of proline peptides by a prolineless mutant of Escherichia coli.

The Journal of biological chemistry, 202(2):821-827.

RevDate: 2010-11-18
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

BOGORAD L, S GRANICK (1953)

Protoporphyrin precursors produced by a Chlorella mutant.

The Journal of biological chemistry, 202(2):793-800.

RevDate: 2018-01-26
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

SARACHEK A, WH LUCKE (1953)

Ultraviolet inactivation of Polyploid Saccharomyces.

Archives of biochemistry and biophysics, 44(2):271-279.

RevDate: 2006-11-15
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

BOSIGER E (1953)

[Frequency of visible mutations in two natural populations of Drosophila melanogaster].

Comptes rendus hebdomadaires des seances de l'Academie des sciences, 236(20):1999-2002.

RevDate: 2016-12-28
CmpDate: 2007-02-02

Dunn LC, S Gluecksohn-Waelsch (1953)

Genetic Analysis of Seven Newly Discovered Mutant Alleles at Locus T in the House Mouse.

Genetics, 38(3):261-271.

RevDate: 2016-11-22
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

PARMENTIER R (1953)

[Fusorial action of hydroquinone in the rabbit].

Comptes rendus des seances de la Societe de biologie et de ses filiales, 147(9-10):935-937.

RevDate: 2008-06-03
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

POLETTINI B, A NARPOZZI (1953)

[Supposed mutagenic action of carcinogenic substances].

Bollettino della Societa italiana di biologia sperimentale, 29(5):1064-1066.

RevDate: 2010-11-18
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

CLEMENT R (1953)

[Ambiguous sexual type; gynandrism].

Revista espanola de pediatria, 9(51):547-558.

RevDate: 2006-11-15
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

GILES NH (1953)

Studies of reverse mutation in Neurospora crassa.

Transactions of the New York Academy of Sciences, 15(7):251-253.

RevDate: 2009-11-18
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

BERGER H, HASS FL, WYSS O, et al (1953)

Effect of sodium azide on radiation damage and photoreactivation.

Journal of bacteriology, 65(5):538-543.

RevDate: 2013-11-21
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

STONE D, HD HOBERMAN (1953)

Utilization of proline peptides by a prolineless mutant of Escherichia coli.

The Journal of biological chemistry, 202(1):203-212.

RevDate: 2013-11-21
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

FALES FW (1953)

The effect of sodium azide on alcoholic fermentation.

The Journal of biological chemistry, 202(1):157-167.

RevDate: 2006-11-15
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

UNDERWOOD BJ (1953)

Studies of distributed practice. XI. An attempt to resolve conflicting facts on retention of serial nonsense lists.

Journal of experimental psychology, 45(5):355-359.

RevDate: 2007-03-19
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

POMPER S, DW MCKEE (1953)

Mutation of mating type in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

Science (New York, N.Y.), 117(3043):455-456.

RevDate: 2007-03-19
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

FARDON JC (1953)

A reconsideration of the somatic mutation theory of cancer in the light of some recent developments.

Science (New York, N.Y.), 117(3043):441-445.

RevDate: 2006-11-15
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

DAVIES EW (1953)

Polyploidy in Primula farinosa L.

Nature, 171(4354):659-660.

RevDate: 2012-04-16
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

GONZALEZ FUSTE B (1953)

[Mutant effects of certain radiations and chemical substances on Penicillium notatum].

Farmacognosia; anales del Instituto Jose Celestino Mutis, 13(28):91-183.

RevDate: 2014-06-11
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

RYAN FJ, KUNIN C, BALLENTINE R, et al (1953)

Unique sensitivity of a pantothenicless mutant of Neurospora to constituents of the growth medium.

Journal of bacteriology, 65(4):434-439.

RevDate: 2010-09-14
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

CATLIN BW (1953)

Response of Escherichia coli to ferrous ions. II. Influence of nitrogen and oxygen on the mutagenic and lethal effects of Fe++ for a streptomycin-dependent strain.

Journal of bacteriology, 65(4):422-427.

RevDate: 2009-11-18
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

CATLIN BW (1953)

Response of Escherichia coli to ferrous ions. I. Influence of temperature on the mutagenic action of Fe++ for a streptomycin-dependent strain.

Journal of bacteriology, 65(4):413-421.

RevDate: 2006-11-15
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

CAMIEN MN, MS DUNN (1953)

A D-lactic acid-requiring mutant of lactobacillus casei.

The Journal of biological chemistry, 201(2):621-628.

RevDate: 2017-11-16
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

VLITOS AJ, KING LF, LJ AUDUS (1953)

Fate of sodium 2, 4-dichloro-phenoxy-ethyl-sulphate in the soil.

Nature, 171(4351):523-524.

RevDate: 2011-02-25
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

WURTZ B (1953)

[Variation of catalase activity in a mutant of Streptobacterium plantarum].

Comptes rendus des seances de la Societe de biologie et de ses filiales, 147(5-6):478-480.

RevDate: 2006-11-15
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

LIENHART R (1953)

[Temporary sex inversion, at time of puberty, in the female domestic pigeon; heredity of this phenomenon].

Comptes rendus des seances de la Societe de biologie et de ses filiales, 147(5-6):472-474.

RevDate: 2007-01-29
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

UBRIG H (1953)

[A new suppository foundation on the basis of a firm meltable emulsion].

Die Pharmazie, 8(3):219-220.

RevDate: 2006-11-15
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

UNDERWOOD BJ (1953)

Studies of distributed practice. VIII. Learning and retention of paired nonsense syllables as a function of intralist similarity.

Journal of experimental psychology, 45(3):133-142.

RevDate: 2008-11-20
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

POPHAM RE (1953)

The calculation of reproductive fitness and the mutation rate of the gene for chondrodystrophy.

American journal of human genetics, 5(1):73-75.

RevDate: 2007-11-02
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

OLITZKI AL, E SZENBERG (1953)

Toxicity, infectivity and antigenicity of a streptomycin dependent mutant of Brucella abortus, strain 19.

Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine. Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine (New York, N.Y.), 82(3):539-541.

RevDate: 2006-11-15
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

VIVINO AE, G RITTER (1953)

Treatment of dysmenorrhea with a dioxolane.

The Medical annals of the District of Columbia, 22(3):117-8; passim.

RevDate: 2009-11-18
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

HAAS FL, WYSS O, BERGER H, et al (1953)

Induction of mutations to antibiotic resistance in bacteria.

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ESP Origins

In the early 1990's, Robert Robbins was a faculty member at Johns Hopkins, where he directed the informatics core of GDB — the human gene-mapping database of the international human genome project. To share papers with colleagues around the world, he set up a small paper-sharing section on his personal web page. This small project evolved into The Electronic Scholarly Publishing Project.

ESP Support

In 1995, Robbins became the VP/IT of the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle, WA. Soon after arriving in Seattle, Robbins secured funding, through the ELSI component of the US Human Genome Project, to create the original ESP.ORG web site, with the formal goal of providing free, world-wide access to the literature of classical genetics.

ESP Rationale

Although the methods of molecular biology can seem almost magical to the uninitiated, the original techniques of classical genetics are readily appreciated by one and all: cross individuals that differ in some inherited trait, collect all of the progeny, score their attributes, and propose mechanisms to explain the patterns of inheritance observed.

ESP Goal

In reading the early works of classical genetics, one is drawn, almost inexorably, into ever more complex models, until molecular explanations begin to seem both necessary and natural. At that point, the tools for understanding genome research are at hand. Assisting readers reach this point was the original goal of The Electronic Scholarly Publishing Project.

ESP Usage

Usage of the site grew rapidly and has remained high. Faculty began to use the site for their assigned readings. Other on-line publishers, ranging from The New York Times to Nature referenced ESP materials in their own publications. Nobel laureates (e.g., Joshua Lederberg) regularly used the site and even wrote to suggest changes and improvements.

ESP Content

When the site began, no journals were making their early content available in digital format. As a result, ESP was obliged to digitize classic literature before it could be made available. For many important papers — such as Mendel's original paper or the first genetic map — ESP had to produce entirely new typeset versions of the works, if they were to be available in a high-quality format.

ESP Help

Early support from the DOE component of the Human Genome Project was critically important for getting the ESP project on a firm foundation. Since that funding ended (nearly 20 years ago), the project has been operated as a purely volunteer effort. Anyone wishing to assist in these efforts should send an email to Robbins.

ESP Plans

With the development of methods for adding typeset side notes to PDF files, the ESP project now plans to add annotated versions of some classical papers to its holdings. We also plan to add new reference and pedagogical material. We have already started providing regularly updated, comprehensive bibliographies to the ESP.ORG site.

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Papers in Classical Genetics

The ESP began as an effort to share a handful of key papers from the early days of classical genetics. Now the collection has grown to include hundreds of papers, in full-text format.

Digital Books

Along with papers on classical genetics, ESP offers a collection of full-text digital books, including many works by Darwin (and even a collection of poetry — Chicago Poems by Carl Sandburg).

Timelines

ESP now offers a much improved and expanded collection of timelines, designed to give the user choice over subject matter and dates.

Biographies

Biographical information about many key scientists.

Selected Bibliographies

Bibliographies on several topics of potential interest to the ESP community are now being automatically maintained and generated on the ESP site.

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