Fred Sanger


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English biochemist who determined the sequence of amino acids in insulin and who invented a technique to determine the genetic sequence of an organism (born in 1918)

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There were methods for sequencing RNA that had been worked out largely by Fred Sanger and some others.
But I notice that you often remember what you were wearing on various occasions, like when you met Fred Sanger and Joe Gall.
It was opened in 1993 by double Nobel Prize winner Fred Sanger, who invented many of the techniques used today.
Such famous Nobel-Prize winning scientists as Francis Crick, who determined the molecular structure of DNA and the functioning of the genetic code, and Fred Sanger, who studied protein structure and sequencing, performed their research at MRC's LMB.
Gobind Khorana, another Nobel Laureate, at the British Columbia Research Council before he became head of the Chemistry Laboratory of the Fisheries Research Council of Canada, after becoming Professor of Biochemistry at the University of British Columbia, he studied with the renowned chemist and Nobel Laureate Fred Sanger at the Medical Research Council Laboratories in Cambridge, England.