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James Watson's Double Helix, his account of the discovery of the structure of DNA, was first published in 1968, and the Guardian's Tim Radford takes a look back at it. "I have now read the book four or five times … and it remains startling, and in unexpected ways, startlingly good," Radford writes.

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