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Ni Hao! Kannichi Wa!


Nice trip down memory lane, Dr. Bialy. Among a few other provocative things, you wrote of mRNA that it was "a precious and unstable substance that was needed for cloning before Kary Mullis' invention came along to save the whale from the financial abyss."

May I be permitted to ammend that slightly to read - " ...before Kary Mullis' invention came along to save the whale from the financial abyss, and make it possible for any idiot to clone a gene", at least as a short note to the "retired, Nature editor"?

Postscrīptum: Check MOTYR’s latest tribute to the distinguished professor PD’s contentions.

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