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1. Double Nobel-winning 'father of genomics' Frederick Sanger dies
TRIBUTES have been to the British biochemist Frederick Sanger, the "father of genomics" and the only person to win the Nobel Prize for Chemistry ...

2. Frederick Sanger: The father of genomics
... at the right time, start to sound a bit unconvincing.On November 20th, shortly before we went to press, it was reported that Frederick Sanger, ...

3. Two-Time Nobel Prize Winner Frederick Sanger, an Agnostic, Dies
Dr. Sanger won his first Nobel Prize, in chemistry, in 1958 for showing how amino acids link together to form insulin. The discovery gave scientists ...

4. DNA pioneer Frederick Sanger dies aged 95 - Science - The Guardian
... who helped work out how to sequence DNA and paved the way for the modern revolution in the understanding of genetics, has died. Frederick Sanger ...

5. RIP Frederick Sanger: Brit biologist who pioneered DNA sequencing dies
Two-time Nobel Prize winner led genome research Famed British biochemist Frederick Sanger has died peacefully at a Cambridge hospital. He was ...

 
 
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1. Frederick Sanger: Two-Time Nobel Laureate in Chemistry (SpringerBriefs in Molecular Science)
Paperback (88 pages) by Joe S. Jeffers (Springer)
In this Brief, Joe Jeffers uncovers the life and works of two-time Nobel Laureate Frederick Sanger. Following Sanger’s early life to retirement, Jeffers describes how this celebrated British biochemist became the first person to determine the amino acid sequence of a protein for which he was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1958. Highlighting Sanger’s remarkable career, Jeffers describes Sanger’s later change in research direction to investigate deoxyribonucleic acids (DNA), work for which Sanger also received the Nobel Prize jointly with Paul Berg and Walter Gilbert in 1980. Joe Jeffers conducted twelve interviews with Sanger over the period of 1999-2009 and he has also spoken to more than 40 of Sanger’s colleagues and family members. This brief provides a rigorous yet concise view of Sanger on a personal and scientific level and is suitable for biochemists, historians or the interested layperson.
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2. Fred Sanger - Double Nobel Laureate: A Biography
Hardcover (223 pages) by George G. Brownlee (Cambridge University Press)
Considered 'the father of genomics', Fred Sanger (1918-2013) paved the way for the modern revolution in our understanding of biology. His pioneering methods for sequencing proteins, RNA and, eventually, DNA earned him two Nobel Prizes. He remains one of only four scientists (and the only British scientist) ever to have achieved that distinction. In this, the first full biography of Fred Sanger to be published, Brownlee traces Sanger's life from his birth in rural Gloucestershire to his retirement in 1983 from the Medical Research Council's Laboratory of Molecular Biology in Cambridge. Along the way, he highlights the remarkable extent of Sanger's scientific achievements and provides a real portrait of the modest man behind them. Including an extensive transcript of a rare interview of Sanger by the author, this biography also considers the wider legacy of Sanger's work, including his impact on the Human Genome Project and beyond.
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Fred Sanger - Double Nobel Laureate: A Biography

3. CHEMISTRY OF INSULIN.
Paperback by Frederick (SIGNED). Nobel Laureate in Chemistry. SANGER (Ceylon Association for the Advancement of Science)
CHEMISTRY OF INSULIN.

4. Frederick Sanger;: The man who mapped out a chemical of life, (Great men of science)
Unknown Binding (79 pages) by Alvin Silverstein (John Day Co)
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5. Selected Papers of Frederick Sanger: (With Commentaries) (Series in 20th Century Biology)
Hardcover (662 pages) (Brand: World Scientific Pub Co Inc)
This important volume is mainly concerned with the development of methods for “sequencing” — that is, determination of the order of the amino acids in proteins and of nucleotides in RNA and DNA. In 1943 the position of only one amino acid in a protein (insulin) was known, and Sanger's first paper resulted in finding a second amino acid. In his final paper in 1982 he describes the determination of a DNA sequence of 48,502 nucleotides. The papers describe the steady improvements in techniques, and exciting biological results revealed by the sequences.
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6. Cancer and Transplantation (Current Opinion in Immunology)
Paperback (179 pages) by Frederick W. Alt (Current Biology Ltd)
Cancer and Transplantation (Current Opinion in Immunology)

7. Des Sängers Fluch. Ballade von L. Uhland, mit melodramatischer Pianoforte-Begleitung zur Declamation. The Minstrel's Curse, Ballad ... translated into English ... for declamation, by F. Corder
Unknown Binding by Frederick Corder (Les Fils de B. Schott)
Des Sängers Fluch. Ballade von L. Uhland, mit melodramatischer Pianoforte-Begleitung zur Declamation. The Minstrel's Curse, Ballad ... translated into English ... for declamation, by F. Corder

8. Der Alpen Sänger, the celebrated Alpine Air, arranged for flute and piano forte, by Frederic Hill. [Score.]
Unknown Binding (7 pages) by Frederick Hill (H. Hill)
Der Alpen Sänger, the celebrated Alpine Air, arranged for flute and piano forte, by Frederic Hill. [Score.]

9. Permafrost: U.S.S.R.Contribution 2nd: International Conference Proceedings
Paperback (890 pages) (National Academy of Sciences)
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10. AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED and SIGNED OFFPRINT: SEQUENCES, SEQUENCES, AND SEQUENCES. (The Offprint is based on his 1980 Nobel Prize winning work)
Paperback by Frederick. Nobel Laureate in Chemistry (1958). (SIGNED) SANGER
AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED and SIGNED OFFPRINT: SEQUENCES, SEQUENCES, AND SEQUENCES. (The Offprint is based on his 1980 Nobel Prize winning work)

 
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