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  1. MicroRNAs: From Basic Science to Disease Biology
  2. Ribonuclease P (Protein Reviews)
  3. Transfer RNA (Publication of the Joint Center for Urban Studies of the Mas)
  4. John Dewey and Arthur F. Bentley: A Philosophical Correspondence, 1932-1951. by Sidney and Jules Altman (selected and edited). Ratner, 1964
  5. Canadian Biologists: Roberta Bondar, Sidney Altman, Charles Philippe Leblond, Neil Brown, Félix D'herelle, Shiv Chopra, Shirley M. Tilghman
  6. Molecular Biologists: Oswald Avery, James D. Watson, Francis Crick, Max Perutz, Rosalind Franklin, Sidney Altman, Bonnie Bassler
  7. Canadian Expatriate Academics in the United States: Oswald Avery, William Lyon Mackenzie King, Marshall Mcluhan, Steven Pinker, Sidney Altman
  8. University of Colorado Alumni: Steve Wozniak, William Luther Pierce, W. Edwards Deming, Sidney Altman, David Zindell, Loren Acton
  9. Canadian Nobel Laureates: Frederick Banting, Saul Bellow, William Vickrey, John James Richard Macleod, Sidney Altman, Myron Scholes
  10. International review of Swedish research in fundamental chemistry: A report to the Research Council by an international review committee with the following members, Sidney Altman ... [et al.]
  11. RNase P: Ribonuclease, Ribozyme, TRNA, RNA, Sidney Altman, Thomas Cech
  12. TRANSFER RNA by Sidney Altman, 1978

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Sidney Altman was born in 1939 in Montreal. His parents were not wealthy but they did instill in the Altman children the need to further their lives through a solid education. Later in life, his father was able to provide a more substantial financial means for his family which enabled Sidney to pursue the educational endeavors that he wanted. Sidney Altman has achieved a status that few will ever achieve. He is a Sterling Professor in molecular biology at Yale University, a symbol that further proves that Altman is truly one of the best in his field. A Nobel Prize winner, Altman earned the award for his discovery of catalytic properties of ribozyme RNase P. He shared the Nobel Prize with Thomas R. Cech. Sidney Altman is a member of Scientists and Engineers for America. He serves on the board of advisors and supports the efforts of those who have a clear understanding of science in the American government.
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4. Sidney Altman - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Altman, Sidney (2007), A view of RNase P. , Mol Biosyst 3 (9) 604–7, 2007 Sep, doi 10.1039/b707850c, PMID 17700860, http//www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17700860
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Canada Nationality Canada Fields Molecular biology Alma mater University of Colorado at Boulder Ribozymes Notable awards Nobel Prize in Chemistry Sidney Altman is a Canadian molecular biologist , who is currently the Sterling Professor of Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology and Chemistry at Yale University . In 1989 he shared the Nobel Prize in Chemistry with Thomas R. Cech for their work on the catalytic properties of RNA
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Altman was born on May 7, 1939 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada , the second son of poor immigrants. His mother worked in a textile mill and his father in a grocery store before they met and married. It was from them that he learned that hard work in stable surroundings could yield rewards, even if only in infinitesimally small increments. By the time he reached high school his father's grocery store had made their life adequately comfortable and he was able to choose, without any practical encumbrances, the subject that he wanted to pursue in college. His intention was to enrol at McGill University but an unexpected series of events led him to study physics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He received his

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    Autobiography
    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

    7. Biografias - Altman, Sidney
    Altman, Sidney; Kasha, Dan; A passive personal alarm device is activated by release of a springloaded button
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    8. Altman, Sidney - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About Altman, Sidney
    Canadianborn US biochemist who shared the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1989 with Thomas Cech for his research on the catalytic activities of RNA (the nucleic acid involved in
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    9. A Trinucleotide Can Promote Metal Ion-Dependent Specific Cleavage Of RNA
    Title A Trinucleotide can Promote Metal IonDependent Specific Cleavage of RNA Authors Kazakov, Sergei; Altman, Sidney Publication Proceedings of the National Academy of
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    10. Sidney Altman — Infoplease.com
    More on Sidney Altman from Infoplease Thomas Robert Cech Cech, Thomas Robert Cech, Thomas Robert , 1947–, American microbiologist, b. Chicago, grad.
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    11. Altman (Sidney) - La Mémoire Du Québec
    Altman, Sidney, 1939, Canadian-American molecular biologist, b. Montreal, Ph.D., Univ. of Colorado, 1967. A professor at Yale Univ. since 1971, he discovered that RNA could
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    12. Altman, Sidney Definition Of Altman, Sidney In The Free Online Encyclopedia.
    Altman, Sidney, 1939–, CanadianAmerican molecular biologist, b. Montreal, Ph.D., Univ. of Colorado, 1967. A professor at Yale Univ. since 1971, he discovered that RNA could
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    13. Altman Sidney - WIEM, Darmowa Encyklopedia
    Title A subunit of human nuclear RNase P has ATPase activity Authors Li, Yong; Altman, Sidney Publication Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, vol. 98, Issue 2, p.441444
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    Altman Sidney (ur. 1939), amerykaski biolog molekularny pochodzenia kanadyjskiego. 1969-1970 wykadowca Uniwersytetu Harvarda, od 1971 pracownik naukowy Uniwersytetu Yale w New Haven, od 1980 profesor tame. Niezalenie od Th.R. Cecha odkry enzymatyczne waciwoci kwasu RNA. 1989 otrzyma Nagrod Nobla w dziedzinie chemii (wsplnie z Cechem). Inne na ten temat: Cech Thomas R. wicej Strona do Druku
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    14. Sidney Altman Definition Of Sidney Altman In The Free Online Encyclopedia.
    Altman, Sidney, 1939–, CanadianAmerican molecular biologist, b. Montreal, Ph.D., Univ. of Colorado, 1967. A professor at Yale Univ. since 1971, he discovered that RNA could
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    Altman, Sidney (1939) 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
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    Altman, Sidney 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. During my final semester at MIT, I took a short introductory course in molecular biology to find out what all the excitement was about. That course, taught by Cyrus Levinthal, familiarized me with nucleic acids and molecular genetics and prepared me for future encounters with these topics. I spent eighteen months as a graduate student in physics at Columbia University, waiting unhappily for an opportunity to work in a laboratory and wondering if I should continue in physics. Eight months later, having left Columbia, I was studying physics in a summer program and working in Colorado when I decided to enroll as a graduate student in biophysics.

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    18. Sidney Altman Winner Of The 1989 Nobel Prize In Chemistry
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    S IDNEY A LTMAN
    1989 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry
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      Born: 1939
      Residence: U.S.A. and Canada
      Affiliation: Yale University, New Haven, CT
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