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1. This substance has now been cloned by molecular biologists.
2. Conclusion Future advances will depend largely on molecular biologists and palaeontologists, although no data-source should be neglected.
3. These databases are distributed to molecular biologists throughout the world, reaching a user community of some 10,000 researchers.
4. The leader of the molecular biologists is Harris Bernstein of the University of Arizona.
5. Recently, John Fagin, an internationally recognized molecular biologist and former genetic engineer from Fairfield, Iowa, made a stand.
6. From the viewpoint of a molecular biologist, the distance between us seems to decrease as our knowledge increases.
7. MONCEF ZOUALI, an immunologist and molecular biologist, is a director of research at INSERM, the French national institute for medical research.
8. Molecular biologist Irving Weissman at Stanford University, California, injected human brain cells into mouse foetuses , creating a strain of mice approximately 1 per cent human.
9. For instance, Sean Carroll, a molecular biologist at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, discovered butterflies in East Africa have different colorings depending on when they hatch.
10. And if I had an experienced biochemist or molecular biologist at the bench for a year or two it probably would have cost the same and would have been done faster.
11. FOR a Nobel laureate, the molecular biologist Max Perutz made a lot of mistakes.
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12. In 2008, Shi Yigong, a molecular biologist at Princeton, turned down a prestigious $10 million research grant to return to China and become the dean of life sciences at Beijing's Tsinghua University.
13. A research team led by molecular biologist Pamela C.
14. Trained as a molecular biologist in amphibian development, Melton began the work he pursues today: trying to find a way to make insulin-producing cells by using stem cells.
15. One of them, molecular biologist Graham Kerr Whitfield of the University of Arizona in Phoenix, used it to explore the biology of the vitamin D receptor and its role in the pathogenesis of cancer.
16. Professor Paul Freemont, a molecular biologist at Imperial College London said: "The bacteria naturally produce these fibres of cellulose and they are laid down into a mat that floats to the surface.
17. During this time, Lee's wife a molecular biologist , was the sole breadwinner for the family.
18. Shi Yigong, a Princeton University molecular biologist, rejected a prestigious $10 million grant to return to China in 2008.
19. Deborah Byrd: Today, Carol Greider, a molecular biologist at the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore.
20. The secret is making sure you buy those that are vine ripened, which eliminates almost all the bitter flavors, says Autar Mattoo, PhD, a molecular biologist with the USDA.
21. "What is this stuff doing in households when we have soaps?" asks molecular biologist John Gustafson of New Mexico State University in Las Cruces.
22. In animals, neoteny comes about because of delays in development, points out molecular biologist Philipp Khaitovich of the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig, Germany.
23. "The proposed mechanism is compelling, " says John Thompson, a molecular biologist at the University of Waterloo in Canada.
24. That's really essential information for people like us coming in to do the genetics, " says molecular biologist David Julius at the University of California, San Francisco, who led the study.
25. "The whole infrastructure required for the preparation of seasonal vaccines has enormous disadvantages, " remarks Walter Fiers, a molecular biologist at Ghent University in Belgium.
26. "There is an immense risk of cognitive overload," explains Carl Pabo, a molecular biologist who studies cognition.
27. "China's visibility is very high in trade and business but quite low in science and technology," said Kazhila Chinsembu, a molecular biologist at the University of Namibia.
28. "To enable life you need genes and proteins, which are information and machines," said molecular biologist Michael Hecht of Princeton University, co-author of the study published online in PLoS ONE.
29. "Mosquitoes find us through their sense of smell, but until now we've known very little about how they do this, " said Professor John Carlson, a molecular biologist at Yale University.
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