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John E. Amoore, British, Biochemist who postulated the stereochemical theory of olfaction in 1952. Isaac Asimov, Russian-born American science fiction writer and professor of biochemistry at Boston University William Astbury, (1898–1961), British, pioneer in applying X-ray crystallography to biological molecules such as proteins

Eduard Buchner, (1860–1917), German, 1907 Nobel Prize in Chemistry see fermentation (biochemistry) Dean Burk (1904– 1988), American, co-discoverer of biotin.

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Boris Pavlovich Belousov (1893– 1970), USSR, chemist/biophysicist , BelousovZhabotinsky reaction. Konrad Emil Bloch, (1912–2000), German-American, 1964 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine Paul D. Boyer, (born 1918), American, studies on ATP synthase, won the Nobel prize for chemistry in 1997 Adrian John Brown, (1852– 1920), British, pioneer in enzyme kinetics

Robert Corey, (1897–1971), American, codiscoverer of the alpha helix and beta sheet Carl Ferdinand Cori, (1896–1984), American, 1947 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, glycogen research. Gerty Cori, (1896– 1957), American, 1947 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, glycogen research. Peter Coveney, UK, Computational molecular biology specialist. Robert K. Crane, (1919-2010), American, discovered sodiumglucose cotransport. Francis Crick, (1916–2004), British, discovered the double helical structure of DNA.

Carl Peter Henrik Dam (1895–1976), Danish, 1943 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine Revaz Dogonadze (1931–1985), Georgian, Coauthor of the quantummechanical model of Enzyme Catalysis Jack Cecil Drummond FRS (1891–1952), isolation of Vitamin A, wartime advisor on nutrition Christian de Duve, (born 1917), British-born Belgian, 1974 Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine

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Akira Endo, statins Donald Engelman, cancer research

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Heinz FraenkelConrat, (1910– 1999), German/US, virus research. Rosalind Franklin, (1920–1958), X-ray crystallographer who helped determine the structure of DNA Kazimierz Funk, (1884–1967), Polish, see Vitamin

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German-born. Walter Greiling. (1879–1941). British. British. German. (1917–1997). 1953 Nobel Prize in Physiology or . (1910–1994). Kornberg. Promoter of the ineffective cancer cures laetrile and pangamic acid Sir Hans Adolf Krebs. Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1962 for determining the first crystal structure of a      protein. Danish. (1908–1991). (1900– 1981). awarded a Nobel prize for studies on the   Herman Kalckar. molecular biologist. (1900–1986). Jr. won the Nobel Prize in 1959 for discovery of DNA polymerase. (1860–1936). Hubbell. discovered that DNA carried hereditary information. founder of protein crystallography and Nobel Prize winner Frederick Gowland Hopkins. (born 1943). particularly those involved in oxidative phosphorylation. German.    David E. (1910–1983) pioneer in the study of enzymes. Sir Hans Kornberg. (1859– 1935) DanishAmerican Biochemist who specialized in the fermentation processes. 1970 Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine for work on nerve biochemistry and the pineal gland. Frederick Griffith. American biochemist Ernst T. (born 1932). physiologist. (1881– 1958). Walter Gilbert. Thomas B. British. British. British. Microbial biochemistry Roger D. (born 1928). see also Biogen   enzymes of fermentation Wayne L. biochemist-pioneer of site-directed spin labeling Max Henius. (born 1939). won the Nobel Prize in 2006 for studies on RNA polymerase. British. nucleotide metabolism and galactose metabolism. Stuart Alan Kauffman. American biochemist. Sir Bernard Katz (1911–2003). Kornberg. early work on cellular respiration. Krebs. Sir Ernest Kennaway. (1861– 1947). John Kendrew. Early work on carcinogenic effects of hydrocarbons Arthur Kornberg. British. (1865–1940). American. 1980 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. Nobel Prize-winner for the discovery of vitamins Arthur Harden.   K  H      John Scott Haldane. American. (1911–1996). Green. worked in the field of agricultural microbiology. British. (1918–2007) American biochemist. myoglobin. ???. Dorothy Hodgkin.

German. Choh Hao Li (1913–1987) Known for discovering and synthesizing the human pituitary growth hormone. early work on enzyme kinetics. (1920–1992) British. responsible for elucidating the role of phosphocreatine in energy production in the muscles. (1877–1956). Phoebus Levene. Mitchell. (1875–1949) German. Argentine biochemist in the field of antibody research. (b. British. Shared the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1984 with Niels K. (born 1944). Jerne and Georges Köhler. Thaddeus Mann. (1900—1995). discovery of Insulin. Harden M. (1876–1935). Jacques Monod. early work on enzyme kinetics.Medicine see Krebs cycle  L    Marc Lacroix (biochemist). (1899–1983). (1869–1940). winner of the 1968 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine Paul Nurse. (born 1927). British reproductive biologist. 1993 Nobel Prize in Chemistry see  Polymerase chain reaction Elmer Verner McCollum (1879– 1967) CoDiscovered Vitamins A and D and their benefits N      David Nachmansohn. McConnell. (1844– 1895) first scientist to isolate DNA Peter D. American. discovered that DNA was composed of nucleobases and phosphate. (1908–1993). studied the history of Chinese science Carl Neuberg. Scottish biochemist and physiologist. British.     M    John James Rickard Macleod. 1963). (born 1949). (born   1927) American biochemist Maude Menten. American. 1965 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine Kary Mullis. César Milstein. Marshall Warren Nirenberg. Belgian. Russian. (1910–1976). (1927–2002). (1879–1960) Canadian. awarded a Nobel prize for studies on the control of the cell cycle . Friedrich Miescher. 1923 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine. Joseph Needham. pioneer in the study of metabolism. 1978 Nobel Prize in Chemistry Leonor Michaelis. German. French.

Ramon Barba.Civil Engineer and Environmental Planner Dr. Anacleto Del RosarioFilipino chemist won the first prize at the World Fair in Paris in 1881 Ernesto Del Rosario.is a noted Filipino botanist.Filipino Physicist has been warning the world about global warming.built the first radioisotope laboratory in the Philippines.designed a food-processing machine. Emerita De Guzmanresearched the propagation of pure makapuno trees.Eduardo San Juanastronomy .has made scientific contributions to the biochemistry field of conotoxins. Benjamin Almeda.is behind the invention of artificial coral reefs used for fisheries in Southeast Asia.worked on the growth and development in vitro fertilization of the makapuno coconut embryo Caferiono Follosco.botany contributed to the study of plants Jose Cruz.aided in the development of the poultry industry. Doctor Benjamin Cabrera has developed innovations in drug treatments against diseases caused by mosquitoes and agricultural soil. physiology Gregario Velasquezpioneered Philippine psychology and made the first intensive study of Myxophyceae or blue-green algae Teodula MTopacio Jrworked with leptospiral disease of domesticated animals Joventino Sorianocontributed to the work on plant cytogenetics and mutations Angel Alcala. Rolando De La Cruz. Josefino Comiso. Doctor Lourdes Cruz.zoologist contributed to the study of animals Jezrel Canlas. Lazaro III.Electrical and Agricultural Engineering Francisco Fronda H. Paulo Campos. .is Filipino chemist best known for his achievements in biotechnology and applied physical chemistry. nutrition. Julian Banzon.Filipino scientist invented an anti cancer skin cream.invented practical flower induction treatments.helped invent the Lunar Rover Charle Mar Abelo.electrical engineering Emerito de Guzman. Magdalena Cantoria. Doctor Fe Del Mundocredited with studies leading to the invention of an improved incubator and a jaundice relieving device. not only in the Philippines but in Asia Angel L. Salcedo.researched methods of producing alternative fuels.is a volcanologist specializing in geothermal energy development.biochemistry. Arturo Alcaraz.

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