Biochemist
Biochemists are scientists that are trained in biochemistry.
Typical biochemists study chemical processes and chemical transformations in living organisms, other biochemists study DNAs, proteins a...
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CRISPR: Gene Editing Is Just The Beginning
The real power of the biological tool lies in exploring how genomes work. Molecular biologists are riding a wave of new technologies made possible by CRISPR.
Chemical-Only Cell Reprogramming Transforms Human And Mouse Skin Cells Into Neurons
Two labs in China have independently succeeded in transforming skin cells into neurons using only a cocktail of chemicals, with one group using human cells from healthy individuals and Alzheimer's pat...
Study Suggests Link Between Eye Color And Alcohol Dependence
People with blue eyes might have a greater chance of becoming alcoholics, according to a unique new study by genetic researchers at the University of Vermont. The work, led by Arvis Sulovari, a doctor...
Autism Symptoms In Child Reportedly Improved With Antibiotics For Strep Throat
After witnessing a marked improvement in his autistic son, molecular biologist John Rodakis has called on researchers to begin studies into a link between the brains of autistic children and gut bacte...
Recently Developed Molecular 3D Printer Will Bring Chemistry Into A New Era
This new machine will greatly benefit drug research and other molecule-based technologies as it helps quicken the process of analyzing different compounds and understanding how they respond to differe...
Molecular biology
Compilation of true to size, shape and speed animations provided by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute showing each part of the Central Dogma of Molecular...
Molecular biology
Molecular biology /məˈlɛkjʊlər/ is the branch of biology that deals with the molecular basis of biological activity. This field overlaps with other areas of biology and chemistry, particularly geneti...
Pharming (genetics)
Pharming is a portmanteau of farming and "pharmaceutical" and refers to the use of genetic engineering to insert genes that code for useful pharmaceuticals into host animals or plants that would other...
Voltage-dependent anion channel
Voltage-dependent anion channels are a class of porin ion channel located on the outer mitochondrial membrane. There is debate as to whether or not this channel is expressed in the cell surface membr...
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CRISPR: Gene Editing Is Just The Beginning
The real power of the biological tool lies in exploring how genomes work. Molecular biologists are riding a wave of new technologies made possible by CRISPR.
Christopher Chetsanga
Christopher J Chetsanga (born 1935 in Murehwa, Rhodesia) is a preeminent Zimbabwean scientist who is a member of the African Academy of Sciences.
Microinjection
Microinjection of a fluorescent dye into Ciona intestinalis eggs positioned in a microwell array.Microinjection is the use of a glass micropipette to inject a liquid substance at a microscopic or bo...
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Gene delivery
Gene delivery is the process of introducing foreign DNA into host cells. Gene delivery is, for example, one of the steps necessary for gene therapy and the genetic modification of crops. There are man...
Marco Rito-Palomares
Marco Antonio Rito Palomares (born April 1966 in Salina Cruz, Oaxaca, Mexico) is a Mexican biochemist and chemical engineer. He graduated in 1987 with a BSc in Food-Biochemical Engineering at Institut...
Marco Rito-Palomares - Wikipedia
Molecular machine
A molecular machine, or nanomachine, is any discrete number of molecular components that produce quasi-mechanical movements (output) in response to specific stimuli (input). The expression is often mo...
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Pablo DT Valenzuela
Pablo DT Valenzuela (born June 13, 1941) is a Chilean biochemist dedicated to biotechnology development. He is known for his genetic studies of hepatitis viruses; participated as R&D Director in t...
Pablo DT Valenzuela - Wikipedia
List of biochemists
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Akira Endo (biochemist)
Akira Endo (遠藤 章, Endō Akira, born 14 November 1933) is a Japanese biochemist whose research into the relationship between fungi and cholesterol biosynthesis led to the development of statin d...
Akira Endo (biochemist) - Wikipedia
Mabel Hokin
Mabel Ruth Hokin was a biochemist who spent most of her professional career conducting fundamental research in the University of Wisconsin Medical School. She is most well known for the work she did e...
Mabel Hokin - Wikipedia
Adil Shamoo
Adil E. Shamoo (born August 1, 1941) is an Assyrian biochemist with an interest in biomedical ethics and foreign policy. He is currently a professor at the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Bi...
Adil Shamoo - Wikipedia
Lu Gwei-djen
Lu Gwei-djen (Chinese: 魯桂珍; pinyin: Lǔ Guìzhēn; Wade–Giles: Lu Kui-chen) (July 22, 1904-Nov 28,1991) was an expert on the history of science and technology in China and a doctor of nutriol...
Patrick H. O'Farrell
Patrick H. O'Farrell received his B.Sc. in 1969 from McGill University in Montreal, Quebec. He then went on to graduate school at the University of Colorado, Boulder, where he worked with Jacques Pène...
Jorge Allende
Jorge Eduardo Allende is a Professor at the University of Chile. He has contributed to the understanding of how transfer RNA is generated, and the regulation of maturation of amphibian eggs. He has b...
Gregorio Weber
Gregorio Weber (July 4, 1916– July 18, 1997) was an Argentinian scientist who made significant contributions to the fields of fluorescence spectroscopy and protein chemistry. Weber was elected to the ...
Serhiy Komisarenko
Serhiy Vasylʹovych Komisarenko (Ukrainian: Сергій Васильович Комісаренко; Russian: Серге́й Васильевич Комиссаренко, Sergey Vasilyovich Komissarenko), born July 9, 1943 in Ufa, Bashkortostan, U...