This image shows an example of the central dogma using a DNA strand being transcribed then translated and showing important enzymes used in the processes
An example of forward genetics in C. elegans (a nematode) using mutagenesis.
Delbrück in the early 1940s
Diagram illustrating the development process of avian flu vaccine by reverse genetics techniques
Delbrück's workplace in Berlin: Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Chemistry, now the Free University of Berlin.
Drawing of a plaque in Buttrick Hall, Vanderbilt University commemorating the work of Max Delbrück.

The phage group was an informal network of biologists centered on Max Delbrück that contributed substantially to molecular genetics and the origins of molecular biology during the period from about 1945 to 1970.

- Molecular genetics

Meanwhile, he set up University of Cologne's institute for molecular genetics.

- Max Delbrück
This image shows an example of the central dogma using a DNA strand being transcribed then translated and showing important enzymes used in the processes

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