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Charpentier

1. Gustave . 1860--1956, French composer, whose best-known work is the opera Louise (1900)
2. Marc-Antoine. ?1645--1704, French composer, best known for his sacred music, particularly the Te Deum
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Additionally, the Doudna-Charpentier team that invented the CRISPR-Cas9 DNA-targeting technology includes Jennifer Doudna and Martin Jinek at the UC, Berkeley, Emmanuelle Charpentier (Umea University) as well as Krzysztof Chylinski at the University of Vienna.
Wednesday, July 10: Harry Leopold, 5,550 points; Carol Charpentier, 5,000 points; Richard Houde, 4,950 points; Bill Vaught, 4,370 points; Carolyn Schachting, 4,250 points; and Jocelyn Levy, 4,140 points
French judge Caroline Charpentier, manager of mission "Fight against human trafficking and related crime in South East Europe" situated in Vienna, Coordinator for fight against human trafficking Samir Rizvo and director of Association Land of Children, that helps victims of human trafficking Mirsada Bajramovic are some of the educators, organizers stated.
We stand out as delivering on the promises we make, something which has seen us acknowledged as a global leader in the insurance sector," said Cedric Charpentier, Chief Executive Officer AXA Gulf.
Emmanuelle Charpentier, co-owners of foundational intellectual property relating to CRISPR/Cas9 genome engineering, against the Broad Institute, Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Cedric Charpentier, Chief Executive Officer of AXA Gulf and Benoit Claveranne, Chief Executive Officer of AXA International and New Markets, were also on hand to witness the demonstration of the new 360 Doctor Check-up Station at Dubai Chamber, with Charpentier highlighting how AXA is changing the way health checks are administered.
Summary: De La Hoya of Mexico knocked down Charpentier three times in the final round
Professor Emmanuelle Charpentier's work in 2011 re-purposing a bacterial viral defence mechanism to edit DNA paved the way for the "cut and paste" technique known as Crispr-Cas9.
Professor Emmanuelle Charpentier's work in 2011, re-purposing a bacterial viral defence mechanism to edit DNA, paved the way for the "cut and paste" technique known as Crispr-Cas9.
We also asked Professor Emmanuelle Charpentier, director at the Max Planck Institute for Infection Biology and a co-creator of the gene-editing technology CRISPR-Cas9.