Competitive Exams: Nobel Prize Winners in Biology

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  • Khurana – T. RNA synthease yeast alanyl - 77 base pair
  • Khurana – T. RNA synthease Tyrosine Suppressor 207 base pair
  • Jacob & Monad – Discovery of protein synthesis mechanism in virus
  • Thomas catch & Syndney Altman (Ribozymes) 1989
  • Gerd Binning & Heinrich Rohrer (1986) – For scanning tunnelling microscope – 3D images
  • Sir Godfrey Hounsfield – CT scan – 1979
  • Block & Purcell – NMR – 1952
  • Watson & crick – 1962 – Double helix structure of DNA
  • Fritz Zernike – 1953 – phase contract microscopy (Living cells)
  • Buchner -Chemistry – 1907 – enzyme causes Fermentation
  • Sumner & Northrop – – 1946 – chemistry – Work on enzyme
  • Daniel Nathans and Hamilton O. Smith – 1978 – 1st restriction endonuclease isolated
  • Ochoa – 1959 – synthesis of RNA in vitro Conditions
  • W. M Stanley – 1946 – Chemistry – TMV crystallized form proteins
  • Von Behring – Serum Therapeutics.
  • Murray & Thomson – Organ transplant – (Kidney transplant in twins)
  • Navel & Wiscos – Gene control development in womb
  • Kornberg & Ochoa - Artificial synthesis of genes.
  • 1951 – max Theiler – vaccine for yellow fever
  • 1978 – Harrison Smith – Restriction endonuclease.
  • Eijkman – antineuritic vitamin
  • Stanley Prusiner – 1997 – mad cow Disease
  • 1945 – Alexander Fleming – Discovery of Penicillin
  • 1904 – Ramsay-Noble Gases

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