Walter gilbert

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(Science: person) The coinventor of maxam-Gilbert sequencing, which is a lab technique used to find the sequence of nucleotide bases of a nucleic acid (dNA or rNA).

He is also known for his research on the intron-exon gene structure of eukaryotes. In 1980, he shared the Nobel Prize in chemistry with Paul Berg, a biochemist.

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