Arthur Kornberg Nobel laureate dentified deoxyribonucleic acid polymerase

Arthur Kornberg – discoverer of DNA polymerase enzyme

Article on Arthur Kornberg

Biography & contributions


Arthur Kornberg was born on March 03, 1918


Kornberg was an American biochemist and Nobel laureate


He was the first scientist to identify deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) polymerase in the intestinal bacterium E coli


In 1951 He received Paul-Lewis Award


In 1959 Kornberg was awarded the Nobel Prize in Medicine


In 1979 He got National Medal of Science


In 1995 Kornberg Cosmos Club Award


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