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The Laboratory of Ernest Glitch, as used for Minimal Genome Cell Research in 1855. The Synthesis of Deoxyribonucleic Acid, and subsequent assembly of a cellular contained minimal gene set, is clearly discernable within the image
minimal gene set
Ernest Glitch, a Weardale Savant & Experimental Philosopher, was rumoured to have created life in Victorian England. What is now known as minimal genome cell research was clearly being carried out in the above picture. The back of the image is inscribed thus -

Hodges` Equipment for Breathing Life into Inanimate Chemicals `55

The printing on the image side is of a later date. Note miss-spelling of DNA

Readers interested in the work of Ernest Glitch are referred to further
letters and accounts of this Victorian Experimentalist, in The Chronicles

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