Issue Date: October 24, 2011
The Bryostatins’ Tale
One June day in 1968 marine biologist Jack Rudloe went down to collect specimens from the docks at his local marina on the northern Florida coast of the Gulf of Mexico. As the man behind Gulf Specimen Co., Rudloe was used to catching some of the Gulf’s more interesting creatures—electric rays, bonnethead sharks, and live jellyfish—for aquariums and research centers throughout the country. But on this day, his mission was simpler: . . .
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