Their results were published in Nature magazine in the 50's. You can probably find it in a large library. Again, this is basic stuff - common knowledge that is disseminated in high school biology class.
That's a lot of words to say "no".
And Chicks publications are not disseminated in high school biology. Nor is the "knowledge" you are claiming common. If it was, you could easily point to it.
The code found in the nucleic acid base-pairs is pure information, TRANSMITTED BY MEANS OF CHEMISTRY.
But its no more pure information than the formation of salt from sodium hydroxide and hydrochloric acid that is transmitted by means of chemistry.
NaOH + HCl --> NaCl + H2O
If that doesn't elicit the need for a code writer then neither should DNA.
And really, how can something be pure information when it is also a string of chemicals?
Even the contents of this message isn't pure information, as its made up of pixels on your screen.