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Vincent Racaniello

I used a Model E as a graduate student in the 1970s to study denaturation of RNA during a rotation with James Wetmur. In 1981, when I arrived at Columbia to start my lab, a model E was standing by the elevator, waiting for disposal. A sad end for a marvelous instrument.

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