Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Alan Dove, Rich Condit, and David Baltimore
Vincent, Alan, and Rich celebrate the 100th episode of the podcast This Week in Virology by talking about viruses with Nobel Laureate David Baltimore.
Click the arrow above to play, or right-click to download TWiV #100 (68 MB .mp3, 94 minutes)
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Links for this episode:
- David’s early papers on poliovirus and mengovirus RNA synthesis
- Reverse transcriptase found by Baltimore and Temin (pdfs)
- Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1975
- David fishing (Picasa web album)
- The David Baltimore asteroid belt
- Cedric’s essay The ‘Death’ of a Virus (pdf)
- Letters read on TWiV 100
Weekly Science Picks
Alan – TimeTree
Rich – The neurons that shaped civilization
Vincent – Ahead of the Curve: David Baltimore’s Life in Science by Shane Crotty
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4 thoughts on “TWiV 100: TWiV catches a big fish”
Excellent TWiV! I actually had the opportunity to read “Ahead of the Curve” last year. I totally recommend it.
ahh, come one, fish-picture + headlines + increased joking in audios
is populistic, offtopic, non-science.
You won't go into that direction ?!
reminds me to the revere-headlines and our
This was a great episode, well fitting for the 100th. Keep 'em coming!
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