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Head: Video Clip Collection
The following videos are excerpts from the Building 3 documentary film and focus on individual interterviews and specific instruments.
Earl Stadtman at home, circa 1955. Earl Stadtman on how he became a biochemist
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Running time: 2:51 minutes

Earl Stadtman in his laboratory, circa 1955. Earl Stadtman on biochemists in Building 3 at NIH
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Running time: 5:43 minutes

Thressa Stadtman in her laboratory in 2000. Thressa Stadtman on selenium biochemistry
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Running time: 5:57 minutes

Boon Chock in his laboratory, circa 1980. Boon Chock on glutamine synthetase
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Running time: 2:36 minutes

 

Rodney Levine outside Building 3, circa 1980. Rodney Levine on protein oxidation and aging
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Running time: 3:54 minutes

Michael Poston with a researcher wearing a mask, circa 1967. Michael Poston on the anaerobic laboratory
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Running time: 3:00 minutes

 

Michael Poston with a researcher wearing a mask, circa 1967. Moon Bin Yim on electron paramagnetic resonance
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Running time: 1:17 minutes

 

Barbara Berlett in 2000. Barbara Berlett on 500-liter fermenter
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Running time: 2:10 minutes

All videos throughout the exhibit require the use of the QuickTime Player.
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