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Norman Simmons (1915-2004) was a Nobel Prize nominee and DNA research pioneer. [1]

Simmons was nominated in 1972 for a Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for his work with Dr. Elkan Bout on proteins and polypeptides and was also recognized for isolating a structurally pure form of DNA. This was, in fact, the DNA which Rosalind Franklin used in her x-ray diffraction studies that rewarded Maurice Wilkins, James Watson and Francis Crick with the Nobel Prize for the double helix model of DNA. Wilkins stated at that time' "I wish to thank Norman Simmons for having refined techniques of isolating DNA, and thereby helping a great many workers including ourselves."

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  1. ^  "Obituaries." Fall 2004-Winter 2005. Harvard Dental Bulletin 10(4): 28.

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