Extractions: poka¿ powi±zane Altman Sidney Altman Sidney (1939-), amerykañski biolog molekularny pochodzenia kanadyjskiego. 1969-1970 wyk³adowca Uniwersytetu Harvarda, od 1971 pracownik naukowy Uniwersytetu Yale w New Haven, od 1980 profesor tam¿e. Niezale¿nie od Th.R. Cecha odkry³ enzymatyczne w³a¶ciwo¶ci kwasu RNA. 1989 otrzyma³ Nagrodê Nobla w dziedzinie chemii (wspólnie z Cechem). Powi±zania Nobla Nagrody, 1986-1990 wiêcej zobacz wszystkie serwisy do góry Encyklopedia zosta³a opracowana na podstawie Popularnej Encyklopedii Powszechnej Wydawnictwa Fogra
Sidney Altman Sidney Altman. (1939 ). Sidney Altman was born in Montreal, Canadain 1939. A Molecular Biologist, he shared a 1989 Nobel Prize http://www.us-israel.org/jsource/biography/Altman.html
Extractions: Sidney Altman Sidney Altman was born in Montreal, Canada in 1939. A Molecular Biologist, he shared a 1989 Nobel Prize for Chemistry with Thomas Cech for simultaneously discovering that RNA molecules could reorganize themselves without enzymes, and directly affect chemical reactions within cells. His work advanced knowledge of how genetic data is transferred, and how the body's defenses can be strengthened against viral attack. Source: Dor LeDor
Sidney Altman - Wikipedia Sidney Altman. Z Wikipedii, wolnej encyklopedii. Sidney Altman ur. 7 maja1939 w Kanadzie,. kanadyjskoamerykanski biolog molekularny. http://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sidney_Altman
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Sidney Altman - Wikipedia Sidney Altman. From Sidney Altman (May 7, 1939 ) is a Canadian bornmolecular biologist, working in the USA at at Yale University. In http://www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sidney_Altman
Extractions: Main Page Recent changes Edit this page Older versions Special pages Set my user preferences My watchlist Recently updated pages Upload image files Image list Registered users Site statistics Random article Orphaned articles Orphaned images Popular articles Most wanted articles Short articles Long articles Newly created articles All pages by title Blocked IP addresses Maintenance page External book sources Printable version Talk Log in Help From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Sidney Altman May 7 -) is a Canadian born molecular biologist, working in the USA at at Yale University . In 1989 he shared the Nobel Prize for Chemistry with Thomas R. Cech for their work on the catalytic properties of RNA http://www.science.ca/scientists/scientistprofile.php?pID=3
Sidney Altman - Autobiography sidney altman Autobiography. I was born in Montreal in 1939, thesecond son of poor immigrants. My mother worked in a textile http://www.nobel.se/chemistry/laureates/1989/altman-autobio.html
Extractions: I was born in Montreal in 1939, the second son of poor immigrants. My mother worked in a textile mill and my father in a grocery store before they met and married. It was from them that I learned that hard work in stable surroundings could yield rewards, even if only in infinitesimally small increments. For our immediate family and relatives, Canada was a land of opportunity. However, it was made clear to the first generation of Canadian-born children that the path to opportunity was through education. No sacrifice was too great to forward our education and, fortunately, books and the tradition of study were not unknown in our family. I am conscious of two events that sparked my early interest in science, the first being the appearance of the A-bomb. The mystique associated with the bomb, the role that scientists played in it, and its general importance could not fail to impress even a six-year old. About seven years later I was given a book about the periodic table of the elements. For the first time I saw the elegance of scientific theory and its predictive power. I should mention that while I was growing up, Einstein was presented as a worthy role model for a young boy who was good at his studies. I added various writers of fiction and stars of ice hockey and baseball to my pantheon.
Chemistry 1989 sidney altman, Thomas R. Cech. 1/2 of the prize, 1/2 of the prize. sidney altmanAutobiography Nobel Lecture Banquet Speech Interview Article Other Resources. http://www.nobel.se/chemistry/laureates/1989/
Sidney Altman Profile for sidney altman Evolutionary Biology Program sidney altman is Sterling Professor of Biology and Professor of Chemistry at Yale University. A native of Montreal, he received his B.S. http://www.ciar.ca/web/prmem.nsf/d099c4392bc3a987852569350064ed37/03a8947dfe5217
Extractions: Sidney Altman is Sterling Professor of Biology and Professor of Chemistry at Yale University. A native of Montreal, he received his B.S. in Physics from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and his Ph.D. in Biophysics from the University of Colorado. He went on to do post-doctoral work in molecular biology at Harvard University and MRC Laboratory in Cambridge, UK. Prof. Altman began his career at Yale in 1971. He served as Chair of the Department of Biology from 1983-85, and as Dean of Yale College from 1985-89. He is currently a member of the UNESCO International Committee on Bioethics. Prof. Altman was the co-recipient of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1989 (with Thomas R. Cech) for their discovery of catalytic RNA.
Sidney Altman Born 1939; B.S. Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1960; Ph.D. sidney altman. Sterling Professor of Biology and Chemistry http://xbeams.chem.yale.edu/GradBroch/html/altman.htm
Extractions: email@example.com OUR LAB is concerned with the function and structure of ribonuclease P in both bacteria and human cells. We investigate the properties of these enzymes and what they are doing in vivo. We are also exploring the use of RNase P and so-called external guide sequences to activate various genes in bacteria and mammalian cells. For more information, visit http://www.biology.yale.edu/FacultyResearch/Altman.html Selected References Pomeranz Krummel, D.A. and Altman, S. Verification of phylogenetic predictions in vivo and the importance of the tetraloop motif in a catalytic RNA. 1999. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA. Li, Yong and Altman, S. A subunit of human nuclear RNase P has ATPase activity. 2001. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA Gopalan, V., Vioque, A. and Altman, S. Varieties of RNase P: A nomenclature problem? 2000. RNA Jiang, T. and Altman, S. Protein-protein interactions with subunits of human nuclear RNase P. 2001. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA
5 Directors Essay on 5 notable film directors Robert altman, Alain Resnais, Roman Polanski, sidney Lumet, and John Frankenheimer. http://www.angelfire.com/movies/southernmace/5dirs.html
Extractions: I assume that, as a fully functioning American if not a film fanatic, you've at least heard of such noted auteurs all directors have misfires) as worth watching, based on what I know of there talents. Finally, of course, I am not including such cinematic pioneers as D.W. Griffith, Sergei Eisenstein, Jean Vigo, F.W. Murnau, Carl Dreyer, Charles Chaplin, Buster Keaton, and Jacques Tati, because quite frankly I am completely unfamiliar with most of their work. Hopefully, that will change in the future. The 5 directors that I will discuss on this page are not necessarily the 5 greatest film directors of all time. I am not a devotee of the auteur theory, and I believe in evaluating films, not directors. Still, these directors have consistently produced work along thematic lines that I strongly identify with, and all of their films that I have seen have impressed and/or fascinated me to some degree. Not every film has been a success, but nevertheless I would be interested any movie where one of these five is credited as the director, and I would highly recommend any of their films (although some more than others) to you. Robert Altman was born on February 20, 1925, in Kansas City, Missouri. As a young man, he attended Catholic, public, and military schools. He was a fighter pilot for a short time after World War II, and first got interested in filmmaking after his discharge, as an employee of the Calvin Co. After a series of unnoticed independent films, he got his first break in the world of television, directing episodes of "Alfred Hitchcock Presents." From there he went on to other television shows, including "Peter Gunn," "Bonanza," and "Route 66." His big break in terms of filmmaking came in 1969, when he became the fifteenth director approached to do a film version of Richard Hooker's novel
Index Of Nobel Laureates In Chemistry ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF NOBEL PRIZE LAUREATES IN CHEMISTRY. Name, Year Awarded.Alder, Kurt, 1950. altman, sidney, 1989. Anfinsen, Christian B. 1972. http://almaz.com/nobel/chemistry/alpha.html
Ten Nobels For The Future Allais, Maurice Economics, 1988 altman, sidney Chemistry, 1989 Arber, Werner Medicine,1978 Arrow, Kenneth J. Economics, 1972 Baltimore, David Medicine, 1975 http://www.hypothesis.it/nobel/eng/bio/altman.htm
Sidney Altman Nobel Prize for Chemistry 1989. Nobelpreis für Chemie 1989. (Nobel Prize Chemistry 1989). sidney altman, kanadischer Biophysiker, geb. http://members.tripod.de/npchem/altman.htm
Dieci Nobel Per Il Futuro Translate this page Allais, Maurice Economia, 1988 altman, sidney Chimica, 1989 Arber, Werner Medicina,1978 Arrow, Kenneth J. Economia, 1972 Baltimore, David Medicina, 1975 Becker http://www.hypothesis.it/nobel/ita/bio/altman.htm
Altman, Sidney altman, sidney. (b. May 7, 1939, Montreal, Que., Can.), CanadianAmericanmolecular biologist who, with Thomas R. Cech , received http://www.britannica.com/nobel/micro/17_62.html
Extractions: (b. May 7, 1939, Montreal, Que., Can.), Canadian-American molecular biologist who, with Thomas R. Cech , received the 1989 Nobel Prize for Chemistry for their discoveries concerning RNA, or ribonucleic acid. Altman attended the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (B.S., 1960, in physics) and the University of Colorado (Ph.D., 1967, in biophysics). He was a molecular biology fellow at Harvard University (1967-69) and at the University of Cambridge (1969-70) before joining the biology faculty at Yale University in 1971. He became a full professor at Yale in 1980, was the department chairman from 1983 to 1985, and served as dean of the undergraduate Yale College from 1985 to 1989. He took U.S. citizenship in 1984 but concurrently retained his Canadian citizenship. Working independently, Altman and Cech discovered a new role for RNA. The old belief was that enzymatic activitythe triggering and acceleration of vital chemical reactions within living cellswas the exclusive domain of protein molecules. Altman's and Cech's revolutionary discovery was that RNA, traditionally thought to be simply a passive carrier of genetic codes between different parts of the living cell, could also take on active enzymatic functions. This new knowledge opened up new fields of scientific research and biotechnology and caused scientists to rethink old theories of how cells function.
Altman altman, sidney (szül. 7. Montreal, Québec, Kanada) kanadaiamerikai biokémikus. 1989ben Thomas R. Cechcsel kémiai Nobel-díjat kapott. http://www.chemonet.hu/hun/olvaso/bh/bh5/altman.html
Extractions: b. May 7, 1939, Montreal, Que., Can. Canadian-American molecular biologist who, with Thomas R. Cech , received the 1989 Nobel Prize for Chemistry for their discoveries concerning RNA, or ribonucleic acid. Altman attended the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (B.S., 1960, in physics) and the University of Colorado (Ph.D., 1967, in Need more? Complete articles are available to premium service members. Information on site licenses is also available.