Frederick 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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In previous articles in this series, such spaces were featured in the portraits of Louis Pasteur (3) and Frederick Sanger (4).
That method, created in the mid-1970s by Frederick Sanger of the Medical Research Council in Cambridge, England, starts with the isolation of long strings of double-stranded DNA from cells.
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454 Life Sciences' technology is the first new commercial method for high-throughput sequencing in over 25 years, representing a major step forward from the previous Nobel Prize-winning sequencing method developed by Walter Gilbert and Frederick Sanger.
In 2003, 454 Life Sciences sequenced the adenovirus genome in less than one day and submitted the completed sequence to GenBank, becoming the first to develop a new method and to successfully complete a whole genome sequence since Walter Gilbert and Frederick Sanger won the Nobel Prize in 1980 for the invention of DNA sequencing.
The timeline arguably dates back to 1955, the year a Nobel Prize-winning British biochemist named Frederick Sanger first sequenced the protein bovine insulin.
The only others to have received more than one Nobel Prize are Marie Curie (Physics 1903, Chemistry 1911), Linus Pauling (Chemistry 1954, Peace 1962), John Bardeen (Physics 1956, 1972), Frederick Sanger (Chemistry 1958, 1980) and the UN High Commission for Refugees (Peace 1954, 1981).