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Boyer, Paul D

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Personal name headingBoyer, Paul D.
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Variant(s)Boyer, Paul Delos
Boyer, P. D. (Paul Delos)
LocatedLos Angeles (Calif.)
Birth date1918-07-31
Death date2018-06-02
Place of birthProvo (Utah)
Place of deathLos Angeles (Calif.)
Field of activityBiochemistry
AffiliationUniversity of California, Los Angeles University of Wisconsin University of Minnesota
Profession or occupationBiochemists
Found inThe Enzymes, 1959-
Info. converted from 678, 2012-10-02 (b. 1918)
Washington post WWW site, viewed June 7, 2018 (Paul D. Boyer, a UCLA biochemist who shared the 1997 Nobel Prize in chemistry for his discoveries describing "a beautiful little molecular machine" that helped produce the chemical energy transfers found in all living cells, died June 2 [2018] at his home in Los Angeles; he was 99; Paul Delos Boyer was born July 31, 1918, in Provo, Utah; after graduating in 1939 from Brigham Young University in his home town, he studied biochemistry at the University of Wisconsin, where he received a master's degree in 1941 and a doctorate in 1943; after World War II, Dr. Boyer was on the faculty of the University of Minnesota before moving to UCLA in 1963; directed the university's Molecular Biology Institute from 1965 to 1983 and retired from teaching in 1990)