a notebook of a bioinformatician

"All things are difficult before they are easy."-Thomas Fuller

Scientist in the field

Here you can find the scientists that have contributed to the field. It is sorted by their name.

* Alfred Day Hershey: American biologist. Nobel Prize winner. He is awarded in 1969 for work on bacteriophages
* Ava Helen Pauling: ...
* Boris Ephrussi: Russian - born French genetist. He studied the initiation and regulation of embryological processes by intracellular and extracellular factors.
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* Erwin Chargaff: Austro-Hungarian-born American biochemist and author. Rules of base pairing. Chargaff rules. Chargaff is best known for his discovery of DNA “base ratios,” also known as “Chargaff’s rules,” in the late 1940s, while working at Columbia University in New York City.
* Francis Crick: ...
* Gregor Mendel: ...
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* James Dewey Watson: ...
* Jeffries Wyman: American naturalist and anatomist. A founder and past secretary general of the European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO).
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* Linus Carl Pauling: American theoretical physical chemist. Nobel Prize winner. The first prize was awarded for research into the nature of the chemical bond and its use in elucidating molecular structure in 1954. The second one recognized his efforts to ban the testing of nuclear weapons in 1962.
* Maurice Wilkins: ...
* Max Delbruck: German-born American biologist. Nobel Prize winner. Awarded in 1969 for work on bacteriophages.
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* Rosalind Franklin: ...
* Salvador Edward Luria: Italian - born American biologist. Nobel Prize winner. Awarded in 1969 for work on bacteriophages
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