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  1. DNA Tumor Viruses: Control of Gene Expression and Replication (Cancer Cells, 4) by Michael Botchan, Terri Grodzicker, 1986-12
  2. Precalculus by Phillip W. Bean, Jack C. Sharp, et all 1993-01
  3. Nuclear Processes and Oncogenes (Bristol-Myers Squibb Cancer Symposia)
  4. Four Seasons: The Story of a Business Philosophy by Isadore Sharp, Alan Phillips, 2009-04-21
  5. 45 (Forty-five) by Andi Ewington, 2010-02-10
  6. Reflections of Oregon Pioneer Families
  7. The Harvey Lectures (Delivered under the auspices of the Harvey Society of NY, 1985-1986, Series 81, 1985-86) by Walter J Gehring, Brian W Matthews, et all 1987
  8. Reflections on Oregon Pioneer Families
  9. Reflections of Oregon Pioneer Families by Jeannie Sharp ( Editor) Phillips, 1995
  10. Zimmerli Journal / (Whole) No. 1 / Fall 2003 by Phillip Dennis and Sharp, Jane A. (Eds.) Cate, 2003
  11. People Murdered in Kentucky: William Goebel, Solomon P. Sharp, Guin Richie Phillips, Death of Hugh O'connor, Barry Winchell
  12. Masterworks of the Taos Founders by Margaret, Text (Joseph Henry Sharp, Bert Geer Phillips, Ernest L. Blumenschein, Oscar E. Berninghaus, E. Irving Couse, W. Herbert Dunton, Walter Ufer, Victor Higgins, E. Martin Hennings, Kenneth M. Adams) Morris, 1984-06
  13. Sunflower ; The Passing Bells ; The Education of Little Tree ; The Mountain Farm by Marilyn ; Rock, Phillip ; Carter, Forrest ; Raymond, Ernest Sharp, 1979
  14. Walker-Sharp-Phillips and allied families by Emeline W Hughes, 1956

1. Dictionary - MSN Encarta
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2. Biographies Of Phillip A. Sharp
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3. Phillip Sharp—biologist
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Richard J. Roberts and Phillip A. Sharp (1993 Nobel Prize) made their amazing discovery of the existence of split genes in the adenovirus, when they examined a hybridized nucleic acid molecule made between a adenoviral mRNA and its template DNA in the electron microscope. http://fig.cox.miami.edu/~cmallery/150/gene/split_genes.htm Rich Roberts and Phillip Sharp, 1993, Nobel Prize in Medicine and Physiology for their work on split genes and RNA processing or RNA splicing. http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Molecular_Biology/Milestones
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Phillip Sharp, Ph.D., of MIT and a founder of Biogen, receives the Nobel Prize in Medicine for his discovery of split genes

4. Sharp, Phillip A.
Sharp, Phillip A., in full PHILLIP ALLEN SHARP (b. June 6, 1944, Falmouth, Ky., U.S.), American molecular biologist, awarded the 1993 Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine
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in full PHILLIP ALLEN SHARP (b. June 6, 1944, Falmouth, Ky., U.S.), American molecular biologist, awarded the 1993 Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine, along with Richard J. Roberts , for his independent discovery of "split genes." Sharp received a doctorate in chemistry from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 1969. In that year he began working at the California Institute of Technology, moving to the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory in New York in 1971. In 1974 he went to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he did his prize-winning research. In 1977 Sharp helped found Biogen Ltd., a biotechnology company. In 1977 Sharp, working with a team that included Susan Berget and Claire Moore, discovered that a single molecule of messenger RNA (mRNA) from an adenovirus corresponded to four separate, discontinuous segments of DNA : the segments of DNA that code for proteins, now called exons , are separated by long stretches of DNA, now called introns , that do not contain genetic information. At the same time, a team working independently under Roberts came up with the same finding. Previously biologists had believed that genes were continuous stretches of DNA that served as direct templates for mRNA in the assembly of proteins; this model was based on studies of prokaryotic organisms such as bacteria. Following the discovery of Sharp and Roberts, it was demonstrated that the discontinuous gene structure is the most common one found in eukaryotes.

5. NIH VideoCasting Event Summary
Sharp, Phillip A. National Institutes of Health (U.S.) Publisher Bethesda, Md. National Institutes of Health, 2007 Other Title(s) Biology and biochemistry of small RNA
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6. Sharp, Phillip A.
Sharp, Phillip A. (1944) A sense of place was and remains an important part of my life. I was born in a rural community in the northern hill country of
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Sharp, Phillip A. A sense of place was and remains an important part of my life. I was born in a rural community in the northern hill country of Kentucky. My earliest memories are those of a child playing around the house on our family farm, located in a bend of the Licking River near McKinneysburg. My mother, Kathrin Colvin Sharp, had grown up in that same house and her family had been part of this community for many generations. My father, Joseph Walter Sharp, grew up nearby within walking distance of the nearest town and county-seat, Falmouth. Both parents came from large families and I was surrounded by grandparents, aunts, uncles, siblings and cousins.
My formal education was entirely in the public schools of Pendleton County: McKinneysburg Elementary, Butler Elementary and High School and Pendleton County High School. Even though my studies never interfered with sports or fun, I managed to gain an appreciation of math and science.
At the end of my stay at Caltech, I opted to extend my postdoctoral period and begin to study the structure and pathway of expression of genes in human cells. The expression of genes of animal viruses with DNA genomes was the only experimentally approachable system at that time, and this led me to a further postdoctoral year at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory under the mentorship of Jim Watson. Here, I entered a close-knit scientific commune of extremely talented people who lived and worked together in an isolated environment for nine months, and then were immersed in a continuous scientific meeting for the remaining three summer months.

7. IBB Annual Distinguished Lectures
Sharp, Phillip A. Georgia Institute of Technology. Institute for Bioengineering and Bioscience Massachusetts
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8. Phillip A. Sharp Winner Of The 1993 Nobel Prize In Medicine
Phillip A. Sharp, a Nobel Prize Laureate in Physiology and Medicine, at the Nobel Prize Internet Archive.
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P HILLIP A S HARP
1993 Nobel Laureate in Medicine
    for discovery of split genes.
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    Born: 1944
    Residence: U.S.A.
    Affiliation: Center for Cancer Research, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA
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9. Works Cited
Buckler, Alan J., Chang, David D., Graw, Sharon L., Brook, J. David, Haber, Daniel A., Sharp, Phillip A., and Housman, David E. Exon amplification A strategy to isolate
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1.) Ozelius, Laurie J., Hewett, Jeffrey W., Page, Curtis E., Bressman, Susan B., Kramer, Patricia L., Shalish, Christo, de Leon, Deborah, Brin, Mitchell F., Raymond, Deborah, Corey, David P., Fahn, Stanley, Risch, Neil J., Buckler, Alan J., Gusella, James F., and Breakefield, Xandra O. "The early-onset torsion dystonia gene (DYT1) encodes an ATP-binding protein" Nature Genetics , volume 17, pages 40-47 (1997).
2.) Henehan, Sean "Torsion Dystonia Gene" Access Excellence
3.) Ozelius, Laurie J., Hewett, Jeffrey, Kramer, Patricia, Bressman, Susan B., Shalish, Christo, de Leon, Deborah, Rutter,Marc, Risch, Neil, Brin, Mitchell F., Markova, Elena D., Limborska, Svetlana A., Ivanova-Smollenskaya, Irina A., McCormick, Mary Kay, Fahn, Stanley, Buckler, Alan J., Gusella, James F., and Breakefield, Xandra O. "Fine localization of the Torsion Dystonia Gene (DYT1) on Human Chromosome 9q34: Yac Map and Linkage disequilibrium" Genome Research , vol.7, pgs. 483-494 (1997).

10. Sharp Words Legal Definition Of Sharp Words. Sharp Words Synonyms By The Free On
Sharp, Granville Sharp, James Sharp, Phillip A. Sharp, Phillip Allen Sharp, Principal, Diffuse, Fundamental Sharp, William Sharp, William sharpangled
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11. Phillip A. Sharp (American Physiologist) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
Phillip A. Sharp (American physiologist), June 6, 1944Falmouth, Ky., U.S.American molecular biologist, awarded the 1993 Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine, along with Richard J
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12. Sharp Street United Methodist Church - What Does SSUMC Stand For? Acronyms And A
Sharp, Cecil (James) Sharp, Cecil James Sharp, Granville Sharp, James Sharp, Phillip A. Sharp, Phillip Allen Sharp, Principal, Diffuse, Fundamental
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Sharp , Phillip A. Sharp , Ralph D. Sharp , Retha M. Sharp , Roy . Sharp , Ruth B. Sharp , Sarah . Sharp , Sherman Daniel. Sharp , Tana . Sharp , Veldora
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14. Scientific Commons Phillip A. Sharp
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15. New Biology And Biotechnology
Phil Sharp, PhD, from MIT gave a brief presentation to the Friends of the Petit Institute Group on October 2, 2009 in IBB Seminar Room 1128.......Sharp, Phillip A.
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16. Phillip A. Sharp Biography | BookRags.com
World of Scientific Discovery on Phillip A. Sharp. Phillip A. Sharp has conducted research into the structure of deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA the chemical blueprint that synthesizes
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17. Natural Selection Affects Frequencies Of AG And GT Dinucleotides At The 5' And 3
Fairbrother William G, Yeh RuFang, Sharp Phillip A, Burge Christopher B. Predictive identification of exonic splicing enhancers in human genes.
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617643-3223, 617-643-3778 rupadhyay@mgh.harvard.edu Sharp, Phillip A., PhD
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19. Sharp Teeth - Definition Of Sharp Teeth In The Medical Dictionary - By The Free
Sharp, Cecil James Sharp, Granville Sharp, James Sharp, Phillip A. Sharp, Phillip Allen Sharp, Principal, Diffuse, Fundamental Sharp, William Sharp, William
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20. Splicing Of Messenger RNA Precursors
Title Splicing of Messenger RNA Precursors Authors Sharp, Phillip A. Publication Science, Volume 235, Issue 4790, pp. 766771 Publication Date 02/1987
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A general mechanism for the splicing of nuclear messenger RNA precursors in eukaryotic cells has been widely accepted. This mechanism, which generates lariat RNAs possessing a branch site, seems related to the RNA-catalyzed reactions of self-splicing introns. The splicing of nuclear messenger RNA precursors involves the formation of a multicomponent complex, the spliceosome. This splicing body contains at least three different small nuclear ribonucleoprotein particles (snRNPs), U2, U5, and U4+U6. A complex containing precursor RNA and the U2 snRNP particle is a likely intermediate in the formation of the spliceosome. Bibtex entry for this abstract Preferred format for this abstract (see Preferences
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