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Ken·drew

(kĕn′drōō′), John Cowdery 1917-1997.
British biologist. He shared the 1962 Nobel Prize for chemistry for determining the molecular structure of blood components.
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The next two up were almost as tough and only Sagar and Atkinson cleaned the middle sub, while Clark, Kendrew and again Sagar kept feet on the footrests in the top section.
Kendrew sank back-to-back 3-pointers during a 25-10 run to finish the game.
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Chef Kendrew started his culinary career as an apprentice in the bakery and confectionery department of London's South East Durham Co-op in 1950.
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As John Kendrew has pointed out, these two schools of molecular biology--the Conformational and the Informational--came together in solving the puzzle of the structure of DNA.
His chosen protein for study was haemoglobin, many years of work on which led eventually to a Nobel Prize for Chemistry which was shared with his graduate student and then colleague, John Kendrew.
Protein crystal analysis using x-ray diffraction first gained widespread attention in 1962 when John Kendrew and Max Perutz won the Nobel Prize.
His student, the British biochemist John Cowdery Kendrew (b.