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CHAIN TERMINATION METHOD DEVELOPED
JOHN BARDEEN
NOBEL PRIZES
WORK
FRS
NOBEL PRIZE
WALTER GILBERT
DNA SEQUENCING
FREDERICK SANGER
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Definitions

  1. Frederick Sanger was born on August 1918, the son of a Gloucestershire doctor.
  2. Frederick Sanger, the winner of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1958 and 1980, is a scientist whose research embodies the tireless spirit of Alfred Nobel.
  3. Frederick Sanger is surely one of the most outstanding biochemists of modern times. (Web site)

Chain Termination Method Developed

  1. Thus far, most DNA sequencing has been performed using the chain termination method developed by Frederick Sanger. (Web site)

John Bardeen

  1. Gli altri che hanno ricevuto due premi Nobel sono Marie Curie (fisica e chimica), John Bardeen (entrambi in fisica) e Frederick Sanger (entrambi in chimica).

Nobel Prizes

  1. The other people who have received two Nobel prizes are Marie Curie (physics and chemistry), John Bardeen (physics) and Frederick Sanger (chemistry).

Work

  1. Between 1942 and 1948 he studied peptides of the protein group gramicidin, work later used by Frederick Sanger in determining the structure of insulin.
  2. For his role in this work, he shared the 1980 Nobel Prize in Chemistry with Frederick Sanger and Paul Berg.

Frs

  1. Frederick Sanger, OM, CH, CBE, FRS (born 13 August 1918) is an English biochemist and a two time Nobel laureate in chemistry. (Web site)

Nobel Prize

  1. The first protein to be sequenced was insulin, by Frederick Sanger, who won the Nobel Prize for this achievement in 1958. (Web site)

Walter Gilbert

  1. In 1980 he shared half of the Nobel Prize for Chemistry with the team of Walter Gilbert and Frederick Sanger. (Web site)

Dna Sequencing

  1. S Frederick Sanger (born 1918), two Nobel prizes for DNA sequencing and protein sequencing. (Web site)
  2. Currently, almost all DNA sequencing is performed using the chain termination method[1], developed by Frederick Sanger. (Web site)

Frederick Sanger

  1. Sanger was born in Rendcomb, a small village in Gloucestershire, the second son of Frederick Sanger, a medical practitioner, and his wife, Cicely.
  2. Frederick Sanger, OM, CH, CBE, FRS (born 13 August 1918) is an English biochemist and twice a Nobel laureate in chemistry.

Categories

  1. Dna Sequencing
  2. Medical Practitioner
  3. American Physicists > Walter Gilbert
  4. Frs
  5. Sanger
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