• Question: Who was the scientist that found out the letters of DNA?

    Asked by haleemaxmas18 to Judith, Gemma on 6 Jan 2019. This question was also asked by lectureattendee.
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      Judith Sleeman answered on 6 Jan 2019:

      Had to google that one: apparently it was a german biochemist called Albrecht Kossel. He won the Nobel prize in 1910. Always more to learn!