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My earliest memories are those of a child playing around the house on our family farm, located in a bend of the Licking River near Mc Kinneysburg.
My mother, Kathrin Colvin Sharp, had grown up in that same house and her family had been part of this community for many generations.
Adenoviruses are common causes of respiratory and other types of infections in man; however, when infected into newborn rodents, they can cause tumors.
The high levels of both replication and viral protein expression made the growth cycle of this virus ideal for the study of gene structure and regulation.
Union is in Barbourville, the county-seat of Knox County, and in those days it was one of the gateways for the youth from the mountains in the eastern part of the state to emerge into a larger world.
I was born in a rural community in the northern hill country of Kentucky. At the end of my stay at Caltech, I opted to extend my postdoctoral period and begin to study the structure and pathway of expression of genes in human cells. The expression of genes of animal viruses with DNA genomes was the only experimentally approachable system at that time, and this led me to a further postdoctoral year at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory under the mentorship of Jim Watson. My father, Joseph Walter Sharp, grew up nearby within walking distance of the nearest town and county-seat, Falmouth. Both parents came from large families and I was surrounded by grandparents, aunts, uncles, siblings and cousins.
My attempts at experimental science at this stage were juvenile.