American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of eastern North Dakota on the Red River north of Fargo. Established as a fur-trading post in 1801, it is the seat of the University of North Dakota (founded 1883). The city was destroyed as a result of severe flooding in 1997 and has since been largely rebuilt. Population: 50,400.
“Martin Chalfie select through the call because he didn't recognize the ring, he changed the telephone in his house.”
“In 1994, however, Dr. Martin Chalfie of Columbia University tried to express the cDNA in E. coli and a nematode worm, and he and his colleagues unexpectedly observed the fluorescence of the expressed GFP.”
“When Martin Chalfie first heard about GFP in 1988, he was delighted.”
“It was generally assumed that formation of its chromophore would require enzymes specific to A. victoria, but there was one GFP believer named Martin Chalfie who had a different view.”
“Telephone interview with Martin Chalfie following the announcement of the 2008 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 8 October 2008.”
“Osamu Shimomura, Martin Chalfie, and I would like to thank those responsible for this great honor and to make some observations about what the Green Fluorescent Protein (or GFP) teaches us.”
“Osamu Shimomura (left), Martin Chalfie (middle) and Roger Y. Tsien (right) at their interview with Nobelprize. org in Stockholm, 6 December 2008.”
“Martin Chalfie answering questions at a press conference at Columbia University, 8 October 2008.”
“Martin Chalfie at a press conference at Columbia University, 8 October 2008.”
“Martin Chalfie, like many Nobel Laureates before him, autographs a chair at Kafé Satir at the Nobel Museum in Stockholm, 6 December 2008.”
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