Alexander Robertus Todd, Ph.D.

Chemistry University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England, United Kingdom 
"Alexander R. Todd"

(1907 - 1997)
The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1957 was awarded to Lord Todd "for his work on nucleotides and nucleotide co-enzymes".

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Thomas Stewart Patterson research assistant 1928 University of Glasgow
Walther Borsche grad student 1931 Goethe-Universität Frankfurt
 (Über Apocholsäure und 3,7-Dioxycholensäure vom Schmp. 260°)
Robert Robinson grad student 1933 Oxford


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Todd L. Austell grad student Cambridge
Colin B. Reese grad student Cambridge
Ian O. Sutherland grad student Cambridge
Jeffrey Clifton Watkins grad student Cambridge
Heinz Ludwig Fraenkel-Conrat grad student 1936 Edinburgh
James Baddiley grad student 1944 Manchester University
George Wallace Kenner grad student 1946 Cambridge
Peter Sykes grad student 1947 Cambridge
Cedric Herbert Hassall grad student 1946-1947 Cambridge
Robert E. Davies grad student 1949 University of Sheffield
Nitya Anand grad student 1950 Cambridge
Hugh S Forrest grad student 1951 Cambridge
Leo C. Vining grad student 1952 Cambridge
Balawant Shankar Joshi grad student 1951-1955 Cambridge
Srinivasan Varadarajan grad student 1956 Cambridge
David G. I. Kingston grad student 1963 Cambridge
David St Clair Black grad student 1960-1963 Cambridge
Jack S. Cohen grad student 1961-1964 Cambridge
Malcolm Clark post-doc Cambridge
William Irving Taylor post-doc 1951-1952 Cambridge
Jay K. Kochi post-doc 1955 Cambridge
Ronald Charles David Breslow post-doc 1956 Cambridge
Murray Goodman post-doc 1956 Cambridge
Alan Woodworth Johnson research scientist 1948 Cambridge
H. Gobind Khorana research scientist 1950-1952 Cambridge
Max Lamchen research scientist 1956-1957 Cambridge
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Todd AR. (1969) A British view of medical education. Journal of Medical Education. 44: 23-30
Todd AR. (1965) Scientific Policy in Britain. Science (New York, N.Y.). 149: 156-62
TODD AR. (1959) Introduction to the Symposium on Enzyme Reaction Mechanisms. Journal of Cellular and Comparative Physiology. 54: 1-3
BONNETT R, CANNON JR, JOHNSON AW, et al. (1955) The structure of vitamin B12 and its hexacarboxylic acid degradation product. Nature. 176: 328-30
BROWN DM, TODD AR. (1955) Nucleic acids. Annual Review of Biochemistry. 24: 311-38
Todd AR. (1954) CHEMICAL STRUCTURE OF THE NUCLEIC ACIDS. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 40: 748-55
CANNON JR, JOHNSON AW, TODD AR. (1954) Structure of vitamin B12; a crystalline nucleotide-free degradation product of vitamin B12. Nature. 174: 1168-9
HACKMAN RH, TODD AR. (1953) Some observations on the reaction of catechol derivatives with amines and amino acids in presence of oxidizing agents. The Biochemical Journal. 55: 631-7
CHRISTIE SM, KENNER GW, TODD AR. (1952) Total synthesis of flavin-adenine-dinucleotide. Nature. 170: 924
TODD AR. (1951) The nucleotides: some recent chemical research and its biological implications. Harvey Lectures. 1-20
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