Nobel prize for PCR inventor

Michael Coady coady at ERE.UMontreal.CA
Thu Oct 14 09:45:36 EST 1993


In article <lsimon-141093093743 at actino.for.ulaval.ca> lsimon at alnus.for.ulaval.ca (Luc Simon) writes:
>
>The Nobel prize for chemistry was awarded to Kary Mullis for the invention
>of PCR and to Michael Smith for his work on directed mutagenesis!
>
>Since this newsgroup regularly carries discussions about these two
>methodologies, it would be appropriate for us as a group to express our
>congratulations to these two researchers for their outstanding
>contributions!

	I would like to add that Philip Sharp and Richard Roberts also
were awarded Nobel Prizes this week for their work on the existence of
introns.  Let's extend the congratulations to them as well.

Mike Coady

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Michael J. Coady
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