A famous researcher, Working Group, to the National Academy of Sciences in 1986 and received its Award in Chemical Sciences in 2006. His many awards include the Wolf Prize in Chemistry 1996, the ACS Cope Medal in 1998, the Bristol Myers Squibb Lifetime Achievement Award in 2006, the Benjamin Franklin Award in 2006, and the ACS Roger Adams Award in Organic Chemistry in 2007. Danishefsky will present his lecture titled ‘Connectivity between the power of chemical synthesis and exciting opportunities in oncology’, during the AACR Annual Meeting in Los Angeles, California is the lecture at 5:30 clock on Sunday, April 15, 2007 in Hall B of the Los Angeles Convention Center.
Regarded as one of the world’s leading chemists, specializes Danishefsky in the synthesis of complex, biologically active organic molecules. Danishefsky’s work is unique in bringing the triumphs of organic chemistry for the treatment of cancer and its research has literally compounds from conception through laboratory synthesis, preclinical evaluation and moved into clinical trials.The hunter-gatherer the genome presents a mixture of the south African strains the for hunter better understand understand compared to human range on a genetic level.. Researchers used the SOLiD System sequencing DNA from six different Tumour samples two mammary tumor specimen and four colorectal tumor sampling, in conjunction with appropriate normal tissue samples are. You identified as average nine several chromosomal abnormalities every sample of tumor does not not in normal tissue and that chromosomal abnormalities can be readily detected using polymerase chain reaction in patient plasma samples.
– Whole human genome sequence is uniquely its usefulness in the mysteries of human variety of, said Richard Gibbs, director of the Human Genome Sequencing Center at Baylor College of Medicine and an author of the Nature paper. Currently and efficiency of current technologies allowing scientists gather the data which gives us a full understanding between individual and rare genetic variations that affect of human physiology and the development of diseases. .. The study identified 1.3 million of genetic variants that previously non seen, indicating that in the south of African are genetically much by Europeans, Asians and West Africans. Moreover, was shown that also within the hunter-gatherer tribes, more genetic differences between the individuals of as the between Caucasian and Asian People there is.