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profile name: James D. Watson profile occupation: Academic, Biologist, Geneticist, Zoologist
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profile name: Barbara McClintock profile occupation: Botanist, Geneticist
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profile name: Oswald Avery profile occupation: Geneticist
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profile name: Theodosius Dobzhansky profile occupation: Educator, Biologist, Geneticist
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profile name: J. Craig Venter profile occupation: Entrepreneur, Biologist, Geneticist
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profile name: Mario R. Capecchi profile occupation: Geneticist
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