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Sanger, Frederick Line breaks: Fred|erick Sang¦er
Pronunciation: /ˈsaŋə/

Definition of Sanger, Frederick in English:

( 1918–2013), English biochemist. He determined the complete amino-acid sequence of insulin in 1955, and established the complete nucleotide sequence of a viral DNA in 1977. Nobel Prize for Chemistry (1958 and 1980).

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