To mark its 20th anniversary, in 1982 NIGMS established an annual lecture to honor DeWitt Stetten Jr., M.D., Ph.D. Dr. Stetten served as NIGMS' third director and had a strong commitment to basic science, especially research in genetics, cellular and molecular biology, and chemistry.
"Population Genetics in the Personal Genome Era: Genomics for the World"
"Shifting Paradigms for Pharmacologic Research"
"Microtubules: From Basic Biology to Cancer Drugs and Back Again"
"EGF Receptor Circuit Operation:A Paradigm from Quantitative Cell Biology"
"The Robustness of Evolved Genetic Networks Would Be Astonishing Were It Not Essential"
"The Cell Cycle: Spatial and Temporal Control of a Multicomponent Genetic Network"
"Decoding the Genetic Information on Ribosomes in Molecular Detail"
"Insights from the Structure of the 30S RibosomalSubunit"
"The Complete Atomic Structure of the Large Ribosomal Subunit from
"RNA as an Enzyme: From Chemistry to Biotechnology"
"Cellular Biotechnology: Engineering Metabolism for Enhanced Productivity and New Products"
trp Repressor: The Chemical Details of a Genetic Switch"
"How Proteins See DNA and Turn Genes On and Off"
"What DNA Viruses Are Telling Us About Genetic Regulation in Animal Cells"
"A Molecular Analysis of Genes That Determine Developmental Pathways"
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