List of biophysicists

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This is a list of persons known for their research in biophysics.[1]

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Carlos Bustamante

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Francis Crick

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Luigi Galvani

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John Kendrew with model of myoglobin in progress.
Brian Kobilka

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Linus Pauling

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Venki Ramakrishnan

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Dame Janet M. Thornton

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Monument to Maurice Wilkins & DNA, Pongoroa NZ

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Ada Yonath at the Weizmann Institute
  • King-Wai Yau (Chinese-born American, 1948– ) fundamental contributions to understanding the mechanisms of sensory transduction in rod, cone, and non-image visual systems and in olfaction
  • Ada Yonath (Israeli, 1939– ) winner of the 2009 Nobel Prize in Chemistry (with Steitz and Ramakrishnan) for solving the crystal structure of the large subunit of the ribosome
  • Douglas Youvan — light reactions of photosynthesis, genetic code, imaging spectroscopy and directed evolution

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  15. ^ Nuzzo, R. (2006). "Profile of Chikashi Toyoshima". Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103 (5): 1165–1167. doi:10.1073/pnas.0508495103. PMC 1360550. PMID 16434474. 
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