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David Hogness Dies

David Hogness, a biochemist whose work combined molecular biology and genetics, has died, according to Stanford University. He was 94.

"Hogness conceived of and conducted an influential series of experiments in the 1970s and 1980s that bridged the gap between molecular biology and genetics, and that played a key role in launching the fields of molecular genetics and genomics," a statement from Stanford says.

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