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Watson, James D. 1950. The properties of X-ray-inactivated bacteriophage. I. Inactivation by
direct effect. Journal of Bacteriology 60(6): 97-718.
Maaløe, O.and Watson, James D. 1951. The transfer of radioactive phosphorous from parental
to progeny phage. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 37: 507-513.
Watson, James D. 1952. The properties of X-ray-inactivated bacteriophage. II. Inactivation of
indirect effects. Journal of Bacteriology 63(4): 473-485.
Watson, James D. and Maaløe, O. 1953. Nucleic acid transfer from parental to progeny
bacteriophage. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 10: 432-442.
Watson, James D. and Hayes, W. 1953. Genetic exchange in Escherichia coli K12: Evidence
for three linkage groups. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 39: 416-426.
Ephrussi, B., Leopold, U., Watson, James D., and Weigle, J. 1953. Terminology in bacterial
genetics. Nature 171: 701.
Watson, James D. and Crick, Francis H.C. 1953. Molecular structure of nucleic acids - A
structure for deoxyribose nucleic acid. Nature 171: 737-738.
Watson, James D. and Crick, Francis H.C. 1953. Genetic implications of the structure of
deoxyribonucleic acid. Nature 171: 964-967.
Watson, James D. and Crick, Francis H.C. 1953. The structure of DNA. Cold Spring Harbor
Symposia on Quantitative Biology
18: 123-131.
Watson, James D. and Crick, Francis H.C. 1954. The complementary structure of
deoxyribonucleic acid. Proceedings of the Royal Society A 223: 80-96.
Watson, James D. 1954. The structure of tobacco mosaic virus. I. X-ray evidence of a helical
arrangement of sub-units around the longitudinal axis. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 13: 10-
19.
Watson, James D. and Rich, A. 1954. Some relations Between DNA and RNA. Proceedings of
the National Academy of Sciences
40: 759-764.
Watson, James D. and Rich, A. 1954. Physical studies on ribonucleic acid. Nature 173: 955-
996.
Crick, Francis H.C. and Watson, James D. 1955. The configuration of the nucleic acids.
Instituto Lombardo Di Scienze E Lettere 89: 52-66.
Watson, James D. 1955. Biological consequences of the complementary structure of DNA.
Journal of Cellular and Comparative Physiology 45: 109-118.
Watson, James D. and Crick, Francis H.C. 1956. The structure of small viruses. Nature 177:
473-475.
Watson, James D. 1957. X-ray studies on RNA and the synthetic polyribonucleotides. In The
chemical basis of heredity
(ed. W.D. McElroy and B. Glass), pp. 552-556. Johns Hopkins
Press, Baltimore, Maryland.
Crick, Francis H.C. and Watson, James D. 1957. Virus Structure: General principles. In Ciba
Foundation Symposium on the nature of viruses
(ed. G.E.W. Wolstenholme and E.C.P. Millar),
pp. 5-13. Little, Brown, Boston, Massachusetts.
Koshland Jr., D.E., Simmons, N.S. and Watson, James D. 1958. Absence of phosphotriester
linkages in tobacco mosaic virus. Journal of the American Chemical Society 80: 105-107.
Tissières, A. and Watson, James D. 1958. Ribonucleoprotein particles from Escherichia coli.
Nature 182: 778-780.
Nomura, M. and Watson, James D. 1959. Ribonucleoprotein particles with chloromysetin-
inhibited Escherichia coli. Journal of Molecular Biology 1: 204-217.
Tissières, A., Watson, James D., Schlessinger, D.and Hollingworth, B.R. 1959.
Ribonucleoprotein particles from Escherichia coli. Journal of Molecular Biology 1: 221-233.
Watson, James D. and Littlefield, J.W. 1960. Some properties of DNA from Shope papilloma
virus. Journal of Molecular Biology 2: 161-165.
Rich, A., Davis, D., Crick, Francis H.C., and Watson, James D. 1961. The molecular structure
of polyadenylic acid. Journal of Molecular Biology 3: 71-86.
Gros, F., Gilbert, W., Hiatt, H., Kurland, C.G., Risebrough, R.W., and Watson, James D. 1961.
Unstable ribonucleic acid revealed by pulse labeling of Escherichia coli. Nature 190: 581-584.
Gros, F., Gilbert. W., Hiatt, H., Attardi, G., Spahr, P.F., and Watson, James D. 1962.
Molecular and biological characterization of messenger RNA. Cold Spring Harbor Symposia
on Quantitative Biology
26: 111-132.
Risenbrough, R.W., Tissières, A., and Watson, James D. 1962. Messenger RNA attachment to
active ribosomes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 48: 430-436.
Kurland, C.G., Nomura, M., and Watson, James D. 1962. The physical properties of
chloromycetin particles. Journal of Molecular Biology 4: 388-394.
Tissières, A. and Watson, James D. 1962. Breakdown of messenger RNA during in-vitro
amino acid incorporation into proteins. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 48:
1061-1069.
Watson, James D. 1963. Involvement of RNA in the synthesis of proteins. In Les Prix Nobel en
1962,
pp. 155-178. Nobel Foundation, Stockholm, Sweden.
Watson, James D. 1963. Involvement of RNA in the synthesis of proteins (adapted from Nobel
Lecture, December 1962). Science 140(3562): 17-26.
Watson, James D. 1964. The synthesis of proteins upon ribosomes. Bull. Soc. Chim. Biol. 46:
1399-1425.
Watson, James D., Gussin, G.N., Capecchi, M.R., Adams, J.M., Argetsinger, J.E., Tooze, J.,
and Weber, K. 1966. Protein synthesis directed by RNA phage messengers. Cold Spring
Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology
31: 257-271.
Watson, James D. 1972. Origin of concatemeric T7 DNA. Nature New Biology 239: 197-201.
Watson, James D. 1978. Trying to bury Asilomar. Clinical Research 26: 113-115.
Watson, James D. 1978. The case for expanding research into DNA. New Zealand Veterinary
Journal
26: 182.
Watson, James D. and Cook-Deegan, R.M. 1991. Origins of the Human Genome Project.
FASEB Journal 5: 8-11.
Watson, James D. 1965. Molecular biology of the gene. W.A. Benjamin, New York. Cairns, J. Stent, G.S., Watson, J. D., eds. 1966. Phage and the origins of molecular biology. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory of Quantitative Biology, Cold Spring Harbor, New York. Watson, James D. 1968. The double helix: a personal account of the discovery of the structure of DNA. Atheneum, New York. Watson, James D. and Tooze, J. 1981. The DNA Story: a documentary history of gene cloning. W.H. Freeman, San Francisco, California. Watson, James D., Tooze, J., and Kurtz, D.T. c1983. Recombinant DNA: a short course. Scientific American Books, New York. Alberts, B., Lewis, J., Roberts, K., Watson, James D., Bray, D., and Raff, M. c1983. Molecular biology of the cell. Garland Publishing Inc., New York. Watson, James D., Gilman, M., Witkowski, J.A., and Zoller, M. 1992. Recombinant DNA, 2nd
edition. Scientific American Books, New York.
Watson, James D. 2000. A passion for DNA; Genes, genomes and society. Cold Spring Harbor
Laboratory Press, Cold Spring Harbor, New York.
Watson, James D. 2002. Genes, girls and Gamow: after the double helix. Alfred A. Knopf,
New York (also published by Oxford University Press [2001] in United Kingdom).
Watson, James D. with Berry, Andrew. 2003. DNA: The secret of life. Alfred A. Knopf, New
York.
Watson, James D., Ed. 2005. Commentaries in Darwin, The Indelible Stamp: The Evolution of
an Idea.
Running Press, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Watson, J. D., Caudy, A. A., Myers, R. M., and Witkowski, J. Recombinant DNA: Genes and
Genomes -- a short course
. 2006. W. H. Freeman and Co., New York.
Essays, Forewords, Afterwords, and Lectures
Watson, James D. 1964. The replication of living molecules. In Light and life in the
universe
(ed. S.T. Butler and H. Messel), pp. 295-340. Shakespeare Head Press, Sydney,
Australia.
Watson, James D. 1966. Growing up in the phage group. In Phage and the origins of
molecular biology
(ed. J. Cairns, G.S. Stent, and James D. Watson), pp. 239-245. Cold Spring
Harbor Laboratory of Quantitative Biology, Cold Spring Harbor, New York.
Watson, James D. 1966 (Nov 24). Life’s molecules take shape. New Scientist 32: 424, 425,
428.
Watson, James D. 1968 (January). The double helix: the discovery of the structure of DNA.
The Atlantic Monthly 221(1): 77-99.
Watson, James D. 1968 (February). The double helix, Part II: the discovery of the structure of
DNA. The Atlantic Monthly 221(2): 91-117.
Watson, James D. 1971 (May). Moving toward the clonal man: Is this what we want? The
Atlantic Monthly
227: 50-53.
Watson, James D. 1971 (October). The future of asexual reproduction. Intellectual Digest, pp.
69-74.
Watson, James D. 1972 (Feb 26). The cancer conquerors. Who should get all that new money?
The New Republic 166: 17-21.
Watson, James D. 1973. Escalating the war on cancer. Science Year: A World Book Science
Annual
, pp. 24-32.
Watson, James D. 1975. The dissemination of unpublished information. In The Frank Nelson
Doubleday Lectures
, pp. 158-175. Doubleday, New York.
Watson, James D. 1977 (May). An imaginary monster. The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
33: 12-13.
Watson, James D. 1977 (June 25). In defense of DNA. New Republic 170: 11-14.
Watson, James D. 1978. The Nobelist vs the film star. The Washington Post, Sunday, May 14.
D1-D2.
Watson, James D. 1978. The Ninth Feodor Lynen Lecture: In further defense of DNA.
Differentiation and Development. Miami Winter Symposia 15: 1-12.
Watson, James D. 1979 (Jan 13). DNA folly continues. The New Republic 180: 12.
Watson, James D. 1979. The DNA biohazard canard. Time Magazine, January 31.
Watson, James D. 1979. Let us stop regulating DNA. Nature 278: 113.
Watson, James D. 1980. Sixth Daniel C. Baker, Jr. Memorial Lecture. Induction of cancer by
DNA viruses. Annals of Otology, Rhinology, and Laryngology. 89: 489-496.
Watson, James D. 1981. Striving for excellence. In Excellence: The pursuit, the commitment,
the achievement,
pp. 32-39. Corporate Affairs Department of LTV Corporation, Dallas, Texas.
Watson, James D. 1983. Introduction: Double Helix 35th Anniversary Conference. Nature
302: 651-652.
Watson, James D. 1986. From understanding to manipulating DNA. In The positive sum
strategy: Harnessing technology for economic growth
(ed. R. Landau and N. Rosenberg), pp.
213-215. National Academy Press, Washington, D.C.
Watson, James D. 1987 (May 21). Minds that live for science. New Scientist pp. 63-66.
Watson, James D. 1989 (Jan). The DNA gold rush. Research 9(1): 7.
Watson, James D. 1989. A room with a view…For a few dollars more. BIOtechnology
Education
1(1): 3-5
.
Watson, James D., Jordan, E. 1989. The Human Genome Program at the National Institutes of
Health. Genomics 5: 654-656.
Watson, James D. 1990. (Apr 6) The Human Genome Project: Past, present and future. Science
248: 44-49.
Watson, James D. 1990. Bragg's foreword to The Double Helix. In The Legacy of Sir Lawrence
Bragg
(ed. J.M. Thomas and Sir D. Phillips), pp. 111-113. The Royal Institution, London.
Watson, James D. 1990. First word. Omni, vol. 12, pp. 6-7.
Watson, James D. 1990 (June 27). The Human Genome Project and international health. JAMA
263(24): 3322-3324.
Watson, James D. 1990 (July 14). Centennial Report, Partners for the Future. Public Affairs
Department, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory.
Juengst, E.T. and Watson, James D. 1991. Human genome research and the responsible use of
new genetic knowledge. J. Int. Bioethique 2: 99-102.
Watson, James D. 1991. Genes and the legacy of psychiatric illness. The decade of the brain,
Spring, vol. 2, issue 2.
Watson, James D. 1991. The impact of the Human Genome Project. Beckman DU Symposium,
April 10, Arnold and Mabel Beckman Center, Irvine, California.
Watson, James D. 1991. The human genome initiative: A statement of need. Hospital
Practice
26: 69-73.
Watson, James D. 1991. In pursuit of the genetic grail. In Chronika: A celebration of science
(ed. R.A. McCabe et al.), pp. 94-95. Athens College, Greece.
Watson, James D. 1992. Early speculations and facts about RNA templates. In The RNA world
(ed. R.F. Gesteland and J.F. Atkins), pp. xv-xiii. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, Cold
Spring Harbor, New York.
Watson, James D. 1993 (Apr 25). Initial implications of the double helix. Introductory issue.
Structure Magazine, p. iii.
Watson, James D. 1993. Looking Forward. Gene 135: 309-315.
Watson, James D. 1993 (Sept 24). Succeeding in science: Some rules of thumb. Science 261:
1812-1813.
Watson, James D. and Sher, G.S. 1994. Does research in the former Soviet Union have a
future? Science 264: 1280-1281.
Watson, James D. 1994. Foreword. In The polymerase chain reaction (ed. K. Mullis et al.), pp.
v-viii. Birkhäuser,Boston, Massacahusetts.
Watson, James D. 1995. Values from a Chicago upbringing. In DNA: The double helix -
Perspective and prospective at forty years
. (ed. D.A. Chambers). Annals of the New York
Academy Sciences
758: 194-197.
Watson, James D. 1997. Genes and Politics. Journal of Molecular Medicine 75: 624-636.

Watson, James D. 1997. Good Gene, Bad Gene. Time Magazine, p. 86, Winter 1997-8.
Watson, James D. 1998. Afterword. Five days in Berlin. In Murderous science: elimination by
scientific selection of Jews, Gypsies, and Others in Germany, 1933-1945
(by B. Müller-Hill),
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, Cold Spring Harbor, New York.
Watson, James D. 1999 (January 11). All for the good: Why genetic engineering must soldier
on. Time Magazine, 153: 91.
Watson, James D. 2001 (Nov 2001). The human genome revealed. Genome Research 11:
1803-4.
Watson, James D. 2001. Foreword. The human genome revealed, 2001. In The human genome
(ed. C. Dennis and R. Gallagher). Palgrave Press, United Kingdom.
Watson, James D. 2001. Rules for Graduates. In A passion for DNA: Genes, genomes, and
society,
pp. 127-129. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, Cold Spring Harbor, New
York.(U.S. paperback edition.)
Watson, James D. 2001. The pursuit of happiness. In A passion for DNA: Genes, genomes, and
society,
pp. 235-238. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, Cold Spring Harbor, New York.
(U.S. paperback edition.)
Watson, James D. 2001. The human genome revealed. In A passion for DNA: Genes, genomes,
and society,
pp. 239-244. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, Cold Spring Harbor, New
York. (U.S. paperback edition.)
Letters, Editorials, Interviews, and Tributes

Eigner, J., Watson, James D., Haselkorn, R., Signer, E., Fraser, D., Echols, H. 1968. Letter:
Boycott Chicago! Science 162: 511.
Watson, James D. 1969. Letter: DNA helix. Science 164: 1539.
Watson, James D., 1973. When worlds collide: Research and know-nothingism. New York
Times Op-Ed,
March 22.
Berg, P., Baltimore, D., Boyer, H.W., Cohen, S.N., Davis, R.W., Hogness, D.S., Nathans, D.,
Roblin, R.,Watson, J.D., Weissman, S., and Zinder, N.D. 1974. Letter: Potential biohazards of
recombinant DNA molecules. Science 185: 303.
Watson, James D. 1981. Charles S. Robertson (February 13, 1905-May 2, 1981). Cold Spring
Harbor Laboratory Annual Report (1980), pp. 4-5.
Baltimore, D., Berg, P., Bloch, K.E., Brown, D.D., Kornberg, A., Nathans, D., Smith, H.O.,
Watson, James D., and Thomas, L. 1982. Letter: Plea to the scientific community. Science 216:
1046.
Watson, James D., 1984. Creating new life. Omni, May, vol. 6. Interview.
Watson, James D. 1990. Letters to the Editor: Genome Project maps path of diseases and
drugs. The New York Times, Saturday, October 13.
Watson, James D. 1991 (March 14). Salvador E. Luria (1912-1991). Nature 350: 113.
Watson, James D. 1991. Salvador E. Luria (13 August 1912-6 February 1991). Proceedings of
the American Philosophical Society
143: 681-683.
Watson, James D. 1991. Too many noughts. Nature 350: 550.
Watson, James D. 1992. Tribute to the Memory of Dr. Harry Eagle (1945-1992). The Einstein
Quarterly.
10(2): 66-67.
Watson, James D. 1993 (Mar 21). Why Britian’s science cannot be sold short. The Mail, p. 19.
Watson, James D. 1998 (Jan 4). The lives they lived: Alfred D. Hershey; Hershey heaven. The
New York Times Magazine
, 316: 6, 16.
Gershon, E.S., Kelsoe, J.R., Kendler, K.S., and Watson, James D. 2001. A scientific
opportunity. Science 294: 957.
Watson, James D. 2001 (May 10). No campaign to strip Baltimore of his Nobel. Nature 411:
131-132.
Director’s Reports in Annual Reports of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
Watson, James D. 1968. Director’s Report in the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Annual
Report. pp.4-6.
Watson, James D. 1969. Looking after molecular biologists. Director’s Report in the Annual
Report of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. pp.4-8.
Watson, James D. 1970. Communicating the frontiers of science. Director’s Report in the
Annual Report of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. pp.4-9.
Watson, James D., 1971. The conquest of cancer - How to use money and resources wisely?
Director’s Report in the Annual Report of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. pp.2-11.
Watson, James D. 1972. On being an entrepreneur of science. Director’s Report in the Annual
Report of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. pp. 2-9.
Watson, James D. 1973. Tumor viruses-a route to Mt. Everest of cancer. Director’s Report in the Annual Report of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. pp. 4-12. Watson, James D. 1974. Getting realistic about cancer. Director’s Report in the Annual Report of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. pp.4-13. Watson, James D. 1975. Have molecular geneticists become intellectually passé? Director’s Report in the Annual Report of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. pp.4-15. Watson, James D. 1976. A massive miscalculation - The "Dangers" of recombinant DNA. Director’s Report in the Annual Report of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. pp.5-15. Watson, James D. 1977. Molecular biologists and political realities. Director’s Report in the Annual Report of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. pp.5-13. Watson, James D. 1978. Standing up for recombinant DNA. Director’s Report in the Annual Report of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. pp.5-19. Watson, James D. 1979. Academic thinkers and the real world. Director’s Report in the Annual Report of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. pp. 4-15. Watson, James D. 1980. Maintaining high-quality cancer research in a zero - sum era. Director’s Report in the Annual Report of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. pp.6-18. Watson, James D. 1981. Cancer is a solvable problem. Director’s Report in the Annual Report of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. pp.5-17. Watson, James D. 1982. Academic scientists become entrepreneurs. Director’s Report in the Annual Report of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. pp.5-16. Watson, James D. 1984. Setting priorities for the future. Director’s Report in the Annual Report of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. pp. 1-14. Watson, James D. 1985. Moving on to human DNA. Director’s Report in the Annual Report of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. pp. 1-17. Watson, James D. 1987. Honesty and decency in scientific research. Director’s Report in the Annual Report of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. pp. 1-22. Watson, James D. 1988. Working for the government - The Human Genome Project gets going. Director’s Report in the Annual Report of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. pp.1-24. Watson, James D. 1989. The science for beating down cancer. Director’s Report in the Annual Report of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. pp.1-21. Watson, James D. 1990. Looking ahead - The next one hundred years. Director’s Report in the Annual Report of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. pp.1-19. Watson, James D. 1991. Moving forward with the Human Genome Project. Director’s Report in the Annual Report of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. pp.1-25. Watson, James D. 1992. Funding sources for research: Federal and corporate. Director’s Report in the Annual Report of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. pp. 1-21. Watson, James D. 1993. Building our science, preserving our environment. Director’s Report in the Annual Report of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. pp.1-29. Watson, James D. 1994. Toward a biological understanding of human nature. President’s essay in the Annual Report of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. pp.1-5. Watson, James D. 1995. The Human Genome Project - Ten years later. President’s essay in the Annual Report of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. pp.1-8. Watson, James D. 1996. Genes and politics. President’s essay in the Annual Report of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. pp. 1-20. Watson, James D. 1997. A laboratory for tough risk-takers. President’s essay in the Annual Report of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. pp. 1-7. Watson, James D. 1998. Lessons for our new graduate school. President’s essay in the Annual Report of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. pp.1-5.

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