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John Gurdon quotes: I remember that, at an early age, I spent many months making a three-masted sailing boat with rigging in a half-walnut shell. I remember that, at an early age, I spent many months making a three-masted sailing boat with rigging in a half-walnut shell.
John Gurdon quotes: I get into lab early and leave a bit early, too. So I like to have an hour or two before everybody comes in. I get into lab early and leave a bit early, too. So I like to have an hour or two before everybody comes in.
John Gurdon quotes: I think that I cannot immediately see the route by which we should really understand memory and the workings of the brain. I think that I cannot immediately see the route by which we should really understand memory and the workings of the brain.
John Gurdon quotes: I myself have been a major beneficiary of the view that no animal will more repay treatment that is kind and fair. I myself have been a major beneficiary of the view that no animal will more repay treatment that is kind and fair.
John Gurdon quotes: I have this rather amazing report which, roughly speaking, says I was the worst student the biology master had ever taught. I have this rather amazing report which, roughly speaking, says I was the worst student the biology master had ever taught.
John Gurdon quotes: There is no doubt that I was blessed with a considerable amount of luck. There is no doubt that I was blessed with a considerable amount of luck.
John Gurdon quotes: The aim of a nuclear-transplant experiment is to insert the nucleus of a specialized cell into an unfertilized egg whose nucleus has been removed. The aim of a nuclear-transplant experiment is to insert the nucleus of a specialized cell into an unfertilized egg whose nucleus has been removed.
John Gurdon quotes: Nuclear transplantation is a technique that has enormously facilitated the analysis of these interactions between nucleus and cytoplasm. Nuclear transplantation is a technique that has enormously facilitated the analysis of these interactions between nucleus and cytoplasm.
John Gurdon quotes: Within six months of starting my Ph.D. work in 1956, I had already obtained feeding tadpoles derived from transplanted nuclei of embryonic cells. Within six months of starting my Ph.D. work in 1956, I had already obtained feeding tadpoles derived from transplanted nuclei of embryonic cells.
John Gurdon quotes: Shinya Yamanaka's work has involved mice and human cells, and advances the prospect of providing new cells or body parts for patients. Shinya Yamanaka's work has involved mice and human cells, and advances the prospect of providing new cells or body parts for patients.