Kornberg's father, the late Arthur Kornberg
, was a professor of biochemistry at Stanford and was awarded the Nobel Prize for physiology or medicine in 1959.
Prof Brown has set up a biotech company building on the work of the late Nobel Laureate Dr Arthur Kornberg
, with whom he worked at Stanford University in the US looking for compounds which upset the enzyme structure of disease-causing cells.
Written by Nobel prize winner Arthur Kornberg
, "To all, young and old, who adore 'the little beasties.
The National Library of Medicine, a constituent institute of the National Institutes of Health, in collaboration with the Stanford University Archives, announces the release of an extensive selection from the papers of biochemist Arthur Kornberg
(1918 - 2007), who received the 1959 Nobel Prize for his synthesis of DNA, on the Library's Profiles in Science Web site.
For his father, Arthur Kornberg
, the prize in 1959 should have been in chemistry.
Goldstein, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, 1985-Physiology or Medicine; Paul Greengard, The Rockefeller University, 2000-Physiology or Medicine; Lee Hartwell, University of Washington School of Medicine, 2001-Physiology or Medicine; Dudley Herschbach, Harvard University, 1986-Chemistry; Tim Hunt, Cancer Research UK, 2001-Physiology or Medicine; Jerome Karle, Naval Research Laboratory, 1985-Chemistry; Arthur Kornberg
, Stanford University School of Medicine, 1959-Physiology or Medicine; Edwin G.
Think about Walter Mondale in the 1968 hearings with Arthur Kornberg
Berg came to Stanford in 1959 with a small group of brilliant young biochemists under the leadership of fellow Nobelist Arthur Kornberg
The 59-year-old is part of the Stanford University School of Medicine in Palo Alto, California, and his father, Arthur Kornberg
, won the Nobel Prize in medicine in 1959.
, MD, winner of the 1959 Nobel Prize for his work elucidating how DNA is built, died Oct.
A feature on the quest of Nobel laureate Arthur Kornberg
, MD, to open our eyes to the "next DNA.
He and his colleagues, including fellow Nobelist Arthur Kornberg
, PhD, the Emma Pfeiffer Merner Professor of Biochemistry, emeritus, began to build the basic science program for which the school is renowned today.