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  1. Virologe: Daniel Carleton Gajdusek, James Batcheller Sumner, Wendell Meredith Stanley, Jakob Segal, Jeffery Taubenberger, Jean-Pierre Lecocq (German Edition)
  2. Biochemiker: Isaac Asimov, Frederic Vester, Hans Adolf Krebs, Artturi Ilmari Virtanen, Hans Fischer, James Batcheller Sumner (German Edition)
  3. James Batcheller Sumner: An entry from Gale's <i>Science and Its Times</i> by Judson Knight, 2000
  4. Hochschullehrer (Ithaca): John Rawls, Richard Feynman, Hans Bethe, Carl Sagan, Kenneth Wilson, James Batcheller Sumner, Oswald Mathias Ungers (German Edition)

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Biography Nobel Prize Winner Sumner, James Batcheller. (Cornell University, Ithaca, USA). Awarded the Nobel prize for chemistry in 1946 for his discovery that enzymes can be
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Dodaj do notesu Chemia, Ameryka Północna, Stany Zjednoczone, XIX i pocz±tek XX w., Językozawstwo Sumner James Batcheller (1887-1955), chemik amerykański. Od 1929 profesor Cornell University Medical School w Ithaca. Zajmował się badaniem enzymów, wykrystalizował ureazę katalazę (1937) i oczy¶cił wiele innych enzymów. Nagroda Nobla w 1946 wraz z J.H. Northropem i W.M. Stanleyem
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US biochemist. Sumner shared the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1946 with John Northrop and Wendell Stanley for his work in 1926 when he succeeded in crystallizing the enzyme

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Sumner, James Batcheller . Born Nov. 19, 1887, in Canton, Ohio; died Aug. 12, 1955, in Buffalo, N.Y. American biochemist. Member of the National Academy of Sciences and the, James Batcheller

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James Batcheller Sumner was born at Canton, Mass., on Nov. 19, 1887, as the son of Charles Sumner and Elizabeth Rand Kelly. His ancestors were Puritans who came from Bicester, England, in 1636 and settled in Boston. His father owned a large country estate, while his grandfather had a farm and also a cotton factory. Young Sumner attended the Eliot Grammar School for a few years and then was sent to Roxbury Latin school. At school he was bored by almost every subject except physics and chemistry. He was interested in fire-arms and often went hunting. While grouse hunting at the age of 17, he was accidentally shot in the left arm by a companion; as a consequence, his arm had to be amputated just below the elbow. Having been left-handed, he then had to learn to do things with his right hand. The loss of his arm made him exert every effort to excel in all sorts of athletic sports, such as tennis, skiing, skating, billiards, and clay-pigeon shooting.

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Sumner, James (Batcheller) (born Nov. 19, 1887, Canton, Mass., U.S.—died Aug. 12, 1955, Buffalo, N.Y.) U.S. biochemist. He taught at Cornell University (1929–55)., James

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James B Sumner James Batcheller Sumner was an American chemist. He was born November 19, 1887 in Canton, Massachusetts, the son of Charles Sumner, a wealthy cotton manufacturer
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James B Sumner...James Batcheller Sumner was an American chemist. He was born November 19, 1887 in Canton, Massachusetts, the son of Charles Sumner, a wealthy cotton manufacturer and Elizabeth Rand Kelly. His ancestors were Puritans, who came from Bicester, England in 1636, settling in Boston. His father owned a large country estate. His grandfather owned a farm and a cotton factory. As a youth he attended Eliot Grammar School and then Roxbury Latin School. While at school the only subjects that didn’t bore him was chemistry and physics. Being interested in fire-arms, he often went hunting. At the age of 17, while grouse hunting, he was accidently shot in the left arm by his companion. As a result he had to have his arm amputated below the elbow. He was left-handed and had to learn to do everything with his right hand. This forced him to try to excel in all sorts of sports; tennis, billiards, skiing, skating and clay-pigeon shooting. He attended Harvard University, enrolling in 1906 and graduating in 1910 with a bachelor’s degree. He worked for a short period of time in his uncle’s cotton knitting factory, which didn’t interest him. He left to accept a teaching position at Mt. Allison College in Sacksville, New Brunswick. In 1911, he worked as an assistant in chemistry at Worchester Polytechnic Institute in Worchester, Massachusetts. In 1912 he attended Harvard Medical School and obtained his Ph.D. in 1914. He then went to work as Assistant Professor of Biochemistry at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York.

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Sumner, James Batcheller (b. Nov. 19, 1887, Canton, Mass., U.S.d. Aug. 12, 1955, Buffalo, N.Y.), U.S. biochemist who was the first to crystallize an enzyme, an achievement
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(b. Nov. 19, 1887, Canton, Mass., U.S.d. Aug. 12, 1955, Buffalo, N.Y.), U .S. biochemist who was the first to crystallize an enzyme , an achievement that led to knowledge of the protein nature of enzymes and earned him, with John Howard Northrop and Wendell Meredith Stanley, the 1946 Nobel Prize for Chemistry. After crystallizing the enzyme urease in 1926, Sumner went to Stockholm to study with Hans von Euler-Chelpin and Theodor (The) Svedberg. He crystallized the enzyme catalase in 1937 and also contributed to the purification of several other enzymes. Professor at the Cornell University Medical School, Ithaca, N.Y. (1929-55), in 1947 he became director of the Cornell laboratory of enzyme chemistry, an institution that was established in recognition of his work. Related Propaedia Topics: Enzymes

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    Bishop, J. Michael (1936-), an American cancer researcher, investigated oncogenes, or tumor-producing genes, turning over previously held theories about how cancer develops. Bishop, along with a research team that included Harold Eliot Varmus, identified that normal genes (proto-oncogenes) can cause cancer once they've become modified. Genetic damage may transform these normal genes, or environmental factors such as toxic chemicals and radiation or viruses may trigger the change. For their findings regarding cancer-cell growth, Bishop and Varmus shared the 1989 Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine. John Michael Bishop was born in York. Pennsylvania. In 1953, Bishop enrolled at Gettysburg College and four years later, received a chemistry degree. He then went on to Harvard Medical School but after two years, he interrupted his studies to spend a year working in the pathology department at Massachusetts General Hospital. It was during this time that Bishop became interested in molecular biology. When he returned to medical school, he was allowed to spend his senior year in the research laboratory. In 1962, he earned his doctorate degree and served his internship and residency at Massachusetts General Hospital.

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Full Name James Sumner. Nationality American Activity American biochemist. Born 1911-1887 Died 12-08-1955

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