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Mullis, Kary

LC control no.n 94051134
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Personal name headingMullis, Kary
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Variant(s)Mullis, Kary B.
Mullis, Kary Banks
Other standard no.0000000116722794
Associated placeSan Diego (Calif.) Berkeley (Calif.)
Birth date1944-12-28
Death date2019-08-07
Place of birthLenoir (N.C.)
Place of deathNewport Beach (Calif.)
Field of activityBiochemistry
AffiliationGeorgia Institute of Technology University of California, Berkeley Cetus Corporation
Xytronix Inc.
Profession or occupationBiochemists
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Found inThe polymerase chain reaction, c1994: t.p. (Kary B. Mullis) t.p. verso (La Jolla, CA)
Kary Mullis WWW Site, 20 Dec. 2007: Biography page (Kary Banks Mullis, Nobel Prize-winning chemist, was born on Dec. 28, 1944, in Lenoir, N.C.; Dr. Mullis)
Washington post WWW site, viewed Aug. 13, 2019 (Kary Mullis, who shared a Nobel Prize in chemistry for devising a technique vital in DNA research and technology, died Aug. 7 [2019] in Newport Beach, Calif. He was 74. A 1966 chemistry graduate of Georgia Tech who held a 1973 PhD from the University of California at Berkeley; Kary Banks Mullis was born Dec. 28, 1944, in Lenoir, N.C. After receiving a doctorate in biochemistry from Berkeley, Dr. Mullis did research at other universities before joining Cetus Corp., then a San Francisco Bay area biotechnology firm. He later became the chief of molecular biology for another corporation, Xytronyx Inc., in San Diego. Subsequently, he has been described as freelancing as a consultant)
Associated languageeng