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by Barbara R. Jasny,Daniel E. Koshland

Author: Barbara R. Jasny,Daniel E. Koshland
Subcategory: Science & Mathematics
Language: English
Publisher: Amer Assn for the Advancement of (July 1, 1990)
Pages: 270 pages
Category: Other
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Release Date: January 1990. Publisher: AAAS, The American Association for the Advancement of Science.

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Thomas R. Cech (Biological Sciences).

Daniel E. Koshland Jr. Koshland in 1991. He spearheaded the reorganization of the biological sciences at Berkeley, merging 11 departments into three. In 1992, Koshland Hall was named after him. The building is located next to (and on some floors connected to) Barker Hall.

About publications (16) network. Publications by authors named "Daniel E Koshland". Authors: Daniel E Koshland. Science 1988 Apr;240(4852):585. Publications 16. Are you Daniel E Koshland? Register this Author. Download full-text PDF.

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Authors and affiliations. For DNA sequence, the repository was the public database GenBank and its mirror sites.

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He was married to Marian Koshland, a fellow UC Berkeley Professor, from 1946 until her.

Ellen Koshland Phyllis Koshland James Koshland Gail Koshland Douglas Koshland. The Marian Koshland Science Museum in Washington, . FASEB Excellence in Science Award (1989). While at Chicago she met Daniel Koshland, a biochemist and heir to the Levi Strauss fortune. The two married in 1946 and returned to Chicago where Marian received her P. in immunology from the University.

Twenty papers explore some of the diverse biological systems used in research today. Major systems are described in terms of the state of the art, advantages, disadvantages, and potential applications. The information presented will be most useful to graduate students and to all researchers interested in learning the limitations and assets of systems currently in use. Price to members is $24.95. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.