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someone with special training in biochemistry

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How Life Works: The Inside Word from a Biochemist is scattered with interesting and informative 'boxes', which highlight current and real-life implications of the topics being explored.
Kornberg (1918-2007) documented his scientific career in his autobiography For the Love of Enzymes: The Odyssey of a Biochemist, but deliberately said little of his life outside the laboratory, says Friedberg, so that is what he emphasizes, saying little about the science itself.
In the context of patients who are ill, a biochemist would be called a clinical chemist.
A former biochemist who had worked in the textile, construction and healthcare industries, having created and run a network of private hospitals in Southern Africa, Horwitz was ideally placed to envision the potential of this product.
Biochemist and molecular biologist Matthew Rainbow will recount the history of faith in public school science classes, especially as it has involved the teaching of evolution and modern Big Bang theory.
Studin, MD, FACS, and pharmaceutical biochemist Robert Giuliano developed this product, which is manufactured by Red Rock Laboratories.
She also won a number of prizes, including the Linda Eteen Memorial Prize for the best performance in professional training by a biochemist.
1983 To speed up the process of reproducing tiny bits of DNA, biochemist Kary Mullis develops a technique called polymerase chain reaction.
I began my training as a clinical biochemist in Coventry while also studying for a PhD at the University of Birmingham, England.
In his new work, Slouching Towards Gomorrah: Modern Liberalism and American Decline, Bork pins his own anti-evolutionary attack on Darwin's Black Box: The Biochemical Challenge to Evolution, a recent book by biochemist Michael Behe.
Beginning in 1937, the German-born British biochemist Hans Adolf Krebs (1900-1981) found two six-carbon acids, including the familiar citric acid, that also played a role.
We were young, idealistic and we were going to change the world," said Joe Bumgarner, a former Mouse House biochemist who now works for the EPA in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina.
A University of Pittsburgh Medical School team led by biochemist Sanjay K.
THE biochemist arrested after the 7/7 attacks yesterday admitted he did know two of the bombers.
Blaha's two predecessors on Mir - including biochemist Shannon Lucid, who was up a record six months, shunned stretchers and walked off the shuttle even though doctors preferred they didn't.