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The pair presented their project to an audience of fellow biochemists at the The Association of Clinical Biochemists annual three-day conference at the ICC yesterday.
1973 By transferring a gene from an African clawed toad into the DNA of a bacteria, biochemists Stanley Cohen and Herbert Boyer pioneer genetic engineering.
I have worked closely with clinical biochemists throughout the world, being a member of the Scientific Division of IFCC for 6 years.
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.
The biochemists used the machine in order to analyze the effect of cigarette smoke on pulmonary surfactant the chemical compound that keeps air sacs in the lungs from sticking together each time air is exhaled--which the medical community in the late sixties considered a key to understanding a possible cause of emphysema.
Biological interpretation of the effects is provided by the company's team of biochemists so that candidates can be effectively chosen for advancement.
Once biochemists realized the skills of inteins, they quickly began to dream up uses for the talented proteins.
He had little reputation in the field, however, and biochemists generally hesitated to accept his results in the face of contrary views by much better-known biochemists such as Willstatter (see 1906).
Geochemists no longer believe that the primitive atmosphere contained the right gases, and biochemists doubt that the amino acids would have survived in a primeval ocean.
Biotechnologists, biochemists, microbiologists, process engineers and those working in the chemical and biotechnological industries will find here all the significant parameters characterizing both the biotransformation and the process.
Now, German biochemists offer more reason to handle spurges with care.
The system's unique utilization of microwave energy gives biochemists the unprecedented ability to synthesize peptides that were previously inaccessible by conventional synthetic methods.
Furthermore, the biochemists argue, a variety of ocean-based compounds, including dissolved salts, sulfur or iron, an ice cap, or a worldwide slick of naturally produced oil, could have supplemented this UV protection.
Odyssey's unique utilization of microwave energy results in significantly increased reaction rates and product purity, overcoming chain aggregation and giving biochemists the unprecedented ability to synthesize peptides that were previously inaccessible by conventional synthetic methods.