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Speaking of the old days, the current issue of Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology has a protocol for the synthesis of protargol:


I'm surprised at the early (1959!) interest in extraterrestrial microbiota, but mostly the note from Lederberg reminds me of the horror of preparing manuscripts on a manual typewriter.


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