Werner Arber

Biozentrum University of Basel, Basel, Basel-Stadt, Switzerland 
"Werner Arber"

The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1978 was awarded jointly to Werner Arber, Daniel Nathans and Hamilton O. Smith "for the discovery of restriction enzymes and their application to problems of molecular genetics".
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Eduard Kellenberger grad student 1958 University of Geneva (Chemistry Tree)
Joe Bertani post-doc 1958-1960 USC


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Stuart M. Linn post-doc University of Basel (Chemistry Tree)
William Bill Barry Wood post-doc 1964 Université de Genève (Chemistry Tree)
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Arber W. (2019) Self-Organization of the Biological Evolution. Genes. 10
Arber W. (2017) Genetic engineering represents a safe approach for innovations improving nutritional contents of major food crops Journal of Innovation & Knowledge. 2: 87-89
Arber W, Gitschier J. (2014) The inventiveness of nature: an interview with Werner Arber. Plos Genetics. 10: e1004879
Arber W. (2014) Horizontal Gene Transfer among Bacteria and Its Role in Biological Evolution. Life (Basel, Switzerland). 4: 217-24
Rech EL, Arber W. (2013) Biodiversity as a source for synthetic domestication of useful specific traits Annals of Applied Biology. 162: 141-144
Arber W. (2012) Restriction enzymes: From their discovery to their applications Genetically Modified Organisms and Genetic Engineering in Research and Therapy. 3: 33-38
Arber W. (2012) Insight into the natural potency to evolve, can indicate safe procedures for genetic engineering New Biotechnology. 29: S1-S2
Arber W. (2011) Molecular Darwinism: the contingency of spontaneous genetic variation. Genome Biology and Evolution. 3: 1090-2
Arber W. (2011) Genetic Variation and Molecular Darwinism Reviews in Cell Biology and Molecular Medicine
Arber W. (2010) Today’s molecular biological research. New Biotechnology. 27: 445-6
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