David Botstein, Mario Capecchi, John Sulston, Ewan Birney, Sydney Brenner
Model organisms researchers: (clockwise from top left) David Botstein, Mario Capecchi, John Sulston, Ewan Birney, and Sydney Brenner.
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15576. William Clinton, Ewan Birney, John Sulston, Jim Watson, Craig Venter
Commentators on the genome sequence (Human Genome Project). Top: William Clinton, Ewan Birney, John Sulston. Bottom: Jim Watson, Craig Venter.
16491. Biography 21: Sydney Brenner (1927-2019)
Sydney Brenner showed that mRNA was the unstable intermediate that carried the message from DNA to the ribosomes.
15554. Ewan Birney
Dr. Ewan Birney is a bioinformatician and worked on the Human Genome Project.
16859. Gallery 41: Mario Capecchi and members of his lab
Mario Capecchi and members of his lab.
16860. Gallery 41: Mario Capecchi and his daughter
Mario Capecchi and his daughter Misha.
16858. Gallery 41: Mario Capecchi (1)
Capecchi in his laboratory.
15719. Mario Capecchi
Mario Capecchi works on gene targeting at the University of Utah.
15707. Mice used as model organisms
Gene targeting techniques are used by scientists to simulate human genetic disorders in model organisms. Many scientists believe that gene targeting will lead the way to new methods for correcting genetic defects.
16807. Biography 38: Howard Robert Horvitz (1947 - )
Bob Horvitz and Mike Hengartner used C. elegans to work out the mechanism of programmed cell death.
15066. Advantages of mouse models, Mario Capecchi
Mouse researcher Mario Capecchi talks about the similarities in mammalian anatomy and physiology.