Anfinsen


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(ăn′fən-sən), Christian Boehmer 1916-1995.
American biochemist. He shared a 1972 Nobel Prize for pioneering studies of ribonuclease.
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The two-year-old site, formally known as the urban operations complex, is "growing every day," Anfinsen said.
Inert smoky rockets are fired at aircraft to simulate SAM attacks, Anfinsen said.
"At this stage of the scenario, we basically stopped the enemy advance, and now we're starting to push them back," Anfinsen said.
Anfinsen said, "Part of the goal here is to understand what each aircraft can do.
I selected Christian Anfinsen s new Section on Metabolism in the Laboratory of Cellular Physiology and Metabolism, which had recently initiated research on plasma lipoproteins and the "clearing factor", soon thereafter identified by Ed Korn as a lipoprotein lipase (21).
Anfinsen, Principles that govern the folding of protein chains, Science., 181, 223 (1973).
In the past, Dr Omenn was a member of the intramural programme of NIH in the Anfinsen Lab and the National Cancer Advisory Board, NIH Heart, Lung and Blood Institute Advisory Council, Society of Fellows for the NIH National Center for Minority Health and Health Disparities and on the director's Advisory Committee for the CDC.
Anfinsen, "Quantitative GLC determination of resorcinol mono acetate in dermatological products," Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, vol.