M. Laurance Morse
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|Melvin Laurance Morse|
Larry Morse with wife Helvise and daughter Margaret, Tower Hill, WI, 1953
(with permission of http://www.estherlederberg.com))
February 23, 1921|
|Died||November 7, 2003(aged 82)|
|Institutions||Oak Ridge National Laboratory
University of Wisconsin-Madison
University of Colorado School of Medicine
|Alma mater||University of New Hampshire
University of Kentucky
University of Wisconsin
|Doctoral advisor||Joshua Lederberg|
|Known for||Specialized Transduction|
Melvin Laurance ("Larry") Morse (February 23, 1921 – November 7, 2003) was an American microbiologist. He is notable for his experiments (with Esther Lederberg and Joshua Lederberg) in specialized transduction.
- American Society for Microbiology
- American Association for the Advancement of Science
- To view the thirty-year correspondence between M. Laurance Morse and Esther M. Lederberg, see http://www.estherlederberg.com/EImages/Archive/ArchiveIndex.html; click the entry for "Morse, M. Laurance".
- University of Colorado School of Medicine obituary for M. Laurance Morse: https://www.cu.edu/sg/messages/2708.html