LivingThe Central Dogma of Molecular Biology

The Central Dogma of Molecular Biology

Raised by Francis Crick in 1958, the Central Dogma of Molecular Biology tries to summarize the movement of information between biomolecules in a single theoretical framework.

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Directed and presented by Pablo Barrecheguren (@pjbarrecheguren), "Biocosas" is a scientific dissemination project produced by Minifilms TV in collaboration with Muy Interesante and with the collaboration of the Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology – Ministry of Science and Innovation.


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Gayon, J. (2016). From Mendel to l'épigénétique: histoire de la génétique. Comptes Rendus – Biologies, 339(7–8), 225–230.

Lehninger Principles of Biochemistry. Fourth edition (2006)

Photo: Francis Crick: Marc Lieberman (Author) (Siegel RM, Callaway EM: Francis Crick's Legacy for Neuroscience: Between the α and the Ω. PLoS Biol 12/2/2004: e419)

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