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The injection of DNA into cells by phage
Hershey AD
In:
Phage and the Origins of Molecular Biology
(eds. Cairns, John Stent, Gunther S. Watson, James D.) Cold Spring Harbor, NY: Cold Spring Harbor L; 1966. : 100-108  


Preferred breakage points in T5 DNA molecules subjected to shear
Burgi E,
Hershey AD,
Ingraham LJ

Virology
  28 (1): 11; 1966  


Preparative density-gradient centrifugation of the molecular halves of lambda DNA
Hershey AD,
Burgi E,
Davern CI

Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications
  18 (5): 675-678; Mar 1965  
[DOI]

Complementary structure of interacting sites at the ends of lambda DNA molecules
Hershey AD,
Burgi E

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
  53 (2): 325-328; 1965  
[Full Text]

Multiple sites of interaction with host-cell DNA in the DNA of phage lambda
Cowie DB,
Hershey AD

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
  53 (0): 58-62; 1965  


Local denaturation of DNA by shearing forces and by heat
Hershey AD,
Goldberg EB,
Burgi E,
Ingraham LJ

Journal of Molecular Biology
  6 (0): 230-243; 1963  


Cohesion of DNA molecules isolated from phage lambda
Hershey AD,
Burgi E,
Ingraham LJ

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
  49 (5): 748; 1963  
[Full Text]

Sedimentation rate as a measure of molecular weight of DNA
Burgi E,
Hershey AD

Biophysical Journal
  3 (0): 309-321; 1963  


Specificity and concentration limiy in self-protection against mechanical breakage of DNA
Burgi E,
Hershey AD

Journal of Molecular Biology
  4 (0): 313-315; 1962  


The molecular weights of T2 bacteriophage DNA and its first and second breakage products
Rubenstein I,
Thomas CA,
Hershey AD

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
  47 (8): 1113-1122; Aug 15 1961  
[Full Text]

A relative molecular weight series derived from the nucleic acid of bacteriophage T2
Burgi E,
Hershey AD

Journal of Molecular Biology
  3 (0): 458-472; 1961  


A fractionating column for the analysis of nucleic acids
Mandell JD,
Hershey AD

Analytical Biochemistry
  1 (1): 66-77; 1960  


Molceular homogeneity of the deoxyribinucleic acid of phage T2
Hershey AD,
Burgi E

Journal of Molecular Biology
  2 (0): 143-152; 1960  


Synthesis of phage-precursor protein in bacteria infected with T2
Koch G,
Hershey AD

Journal of Molecular Biology
  1 (0): 260-276; 1959  


Bacteriophages
Hershey AD
In:
Viral and Rickettsial Infections of Man
(eds. Rivers, Thomas M. Horsfall, Frank L., Jr.) Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Comp; 1959. : 172  


Genetic recombination between phages in the presence of chlorampheniol
Hershey AD,
Burgi E,
Streisinger G

Virology
  6 (0): 287-288; 1958  


The production of recombinants in phage crosses
Hershey AD

Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology XXIII: Exchange of genetic material: mechanisims and consequences
  23 19; 1958  


Synthesis of phage-precursor nucliec acid in the presence of chloramphenicol
Hershey AD,
Melechen NE

Virology
  3 (1): 207-236; 1957  


Experimental problems concerning the role of deoxyribonucleic acid on the growth of bacteriophage T2
Hershey AD

Cellular Biology, Nucleic Acids, and Viruses
  5 (0): 251; 1957  


Bacteriophages as genetic and biochemical systems
Hershey AD

Advances in Virus Research
  4 (0): 25-61; 1957  


Some minor components of bacteriophage T2 particles
Hershey AD

Virology
  4 (2): 237-264; 1957  


Genetic significance of the transfer of nucleic acid from parental to offspring phage
Hershey AD,
Burgi E

Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology XXI: Genetic Mechanisms: structure and function
  21 91; 1956  


Genetic structure and function in bacteriophage T2
Hershey AD
In:
Enzymes: Units of Biological Structure and Function
(eds. ) New York: Academic Press; 1956. : 109-117  


An upper limit to the protein content of the germinal substance of bacteriophage T2
Hershey AD

Virology
  1 (1): 108-127; 1955  


Some central problems of viral growth
Hershey AD
In:
Dynamics of virus and rickettsial infections, the
(eds. Hartman, Frank W. Horsfall, Frank L., Jr. Kidd, John Graydon) New York: Blakiston Co.; 1954. 1: 13-15  


Conservation of nucleic acids during bacterial growth
Hershey AD

J Gen Physiol.
  38 (0): 145; 1954  


Nucliec acid economy in bacteria infected with bacteriophage T2. I. Purine and pyrimidine composition
Hershey AD,
Dixon J,
Chase M

J Gen Physiol.
  36 (0): 777-789; 1953  


Inheritance in bacteriophage
Hershey AD
In:
Advances in Genetics
(ed. Demerec, Milislav) New York: Academic Press; 1953. 5: 89-106  


Nucliec acid economy in bacteria infected with bacteriophage T2. II. Phage precursor nucliec acid
Hershey AD

J Gen Physiol.
  37 (0): 1-23; 1953  


Functional differentiation within particles of bacteriophage T2
Hershey AD

Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology XVIII: Viruses
  18 135; 1953  


Intracellular phases in the reproductive cycle of bacteriophage T2
Hershey AD

Annales De lInstitut Pasteur
  84 (0): 99-112; 1953  


Independent functions of viral protein and nucleic acid in growth of bacteriophage
Hershey AD,
Chase M

J Gen Physiol.
  36 (1): 39-56; 1952  
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Bacterial viruses: Bacteriophages
Hershey AD,
Bronfenbrenner J
In:
Viral and Rickettsial Infections of Man
(ed. Rivers, Thomas M.) Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Comp; 1952. : 190-213  


Inheritance in bacteriophage
Hershey AD

Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences
  54 (0): 960-962; 1952  


Reproduction of bacteriophage
Hershey AD
In:
International Review of Cytology
(ed. Bourne, Geoffrey H.) New York: Academic Press; 1952. 1: 119-134  


The mortality of bacteriophage containing assimilated radioactive phosphorus
Hershey AD,
Kamen MD,
Kennedy JW,
Gest H

J Gen Physiol.
  34 (3): 305-319; 1951  


Allelic and nonallelic genes controlling host specificity in a bacteriophage
Hershey AD,
Davidson H

Genetics
  36 (6): 667-675; 1951  
[Full Text]

Genetic recombination and heterozygosis in bacteriophage
Hershey AD,
Chase M

Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology XVI: Genes and Mutations
  16 471; 1951  


Experiments with bacteriophage supporting the lattice-hypothesis
Hershey AD

Journal of Immunology, The
  47 (1): 77-87; Jul 1943  


Quantitative relationships in the phage-antiphage reaction: unity and homogeneity of the reactants
Hershey AD,
Kalmanson GM,
Bronfenbrenner J

Journal of Bacteriology
  46 (5): 281-299; May 1943  


Quantitative methods in the study of the phage-antiphage reaction
Hershey AD,
Kalmanson GM,
Bronfenbrenner J

Journal of Immunology, The
  46 (5): 267-279; May 1943  


Specific Precipitation. V. Irreversible systems
Hershey AD

Journal of Immunology, The
  46 (4): 249-261; Apr 1943  


Stepwise liberation of poorly sorbed bacteriophages
Hershey AD,
Bronfenbrenner J

Journal of Bacteriology
  45 (3): 211-218; Mar 1943  
[Full Text]

Factors influencing the rate of neutralization of bacteriophage by the antibody
Kalmanson GM,
Hershey AD,
Bronfenbrenner J

Journal of Immunology, The
  45 (1): 1-12; Sep 1942  


Specific precipitation. IV. Quantitative application of the restricted theory
Hershey AD

Journal of Immunology, The
  45 (1): 39-50; Sep 1942  


Equilibria in an antigen-antibody reaction
Hershey AD

Science
  95 (2463): 280-282; Mar 13 1942  
[Full Text]

Factors influencing the infectivity of bacteriophage
Hershey AD,
Bronfenbrenner J

Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine
  49 (0): 587-588; 1942  


A descriptive theory of specific precipitation. III. The individuality of antibody
Hershey AD

Journal of Immunology, The
  42 (4): 515-530; Dec 1941  


A descriptive theory of specific precipitation. II. Quantitative applications
Hershey AD

Journal of Immunology, The
  42 (4): 485-513; Dec 1941  


A descriptive theory of specific precipitation. I. The theory
Hershey AD

Journal of Immunology, The
  42 (4): 455-484; Dec 1941  


The influence of host resistance on virus infectivity as exemplified with bacteriophage
Hershey AD,
Bronfenbrenner J

J Gen Physiol.
  24 (6): 703-707; Jul 20 1941  
[Full Text]

The absolute rate of the phage-antiphage reaction
Hershey AD

Journal of Immunology, The
  41 (3): 299-319; Jul 1941  


The rôle of diffusion in the Pneumococcus-Antipneumococcus reaction
Hershey AD

Journal of Immunology, The
  39 (5): 383-396; Nov 1940  


Factors limiting bacterial growth. VII. Respiration and growth properties of Escherichia coli surviving sublethal temperatures
Hershey AD

Journal of Bacteriology
  35 (5): 563-578; Nov 1939  
[Full Text]

Factors limiting bacterial growth. V. Fractional sedimentation of Shigella
Hershey AD

Journal of Bacteriology
  38 (5): 485-490; Nov 1939  
[Full Text]

Factors limiting bacterial growth. VI. Equations describing the early periods of increase
Hershey AD

J Gen Physiol.
  23 (1): 11-19; Sep 20 1939  
[Full Text]

Evaluation of germicides by a manometric method
Bronfenbrenner J,
Hershey AD,
Doubly JA

Journal of Bacteriology
  37 (6): 583-597; Jun 1939  
[Full Text]

Factors limiting bacterial growth. IV. The age of the parent culture and the rate of growth of transplants of Escherichia coli
Hershey AD

Journal of Bacteriology
  37 (3): 285-299; Mar 1939  
[Full Text]

Evaluation of germicides by a manometric method (Abstract)
Bronfenbrenner J,
Hershey AD,
Doubly JA

Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine
  38 (0): 210-212; 1939  


Factors limiting bacterial growth. III. Cell size and physiologic youth in Bacterium coli cultures
Hershey AD,
Bronfenbrenner J

J Gen Physiol.
  21 (6): 721-728; Jul 20 1938  
[Full Text]

Factors limiting bacterial growth. II. Growth without lag in Bacterium coli cultures
Hershey AD

Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine
  38 (0): 127-128; 1938  


On factors limiting bacterial growth. I.
Hershey AD,
Bronfenbrenner J

Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine
  36 (0): 556-561; 1937  


The influence of the composition of the medium on the metabolism of some slow-lactose-fermenting bacteria of intestinal origin
Hershey AD,
Bronfenbrenner J

Journal of Bacteriology
  32 (5): 519-531; Nov 1936  
[Full Text]

The chemical examination of an avirulent strain of Brucella abortus
Hershey AD,
Huddleson IF

Michigan Technical Bulletin 149
  21-23; May 1936  


Dissociation and lactase activity in slow lactose-fermenting bacteria of intestinal origin
Hershey AD,
Bronfenbrenner J

Journal of Bacteriology
  31 (5): 453-464; May 1936  
[Full Text]

The chemical separation and biological activity of the polysaccharide constituent in Brucella cells
Hershey AD,
Huddleson IF,
Pennell RB

Journal of Infectious Diseases, The
  57 (0): 183-185; 1935  


The chemical separation of some cellular constituents of the Brucella group of micro-organisms
Hershey AD

Departments of Chemistry and Bacteriology
  25; 1934  



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