Watson-Crick

adjective
Wat·​son-Crick | \ˌwät-sən-ˈkrik \

Definition of Watson-Crick 

: of or relating to the Watson-Crick model the Watson-Crick helix the Watson-Crick structure Watson-Crick base pairs

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1964, in the meaning defined above

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Watson-Crick

adjective
Wat·​son-Crick | \ˌwät-sən-ˈkrik \

Medical Definition of Watson-Crick 

: of or relating to the Watson-Crick model the Watson-Crick helix

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