List of biochemists

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  • David Nachmansohn, (1899–1983), German, responsible for elucidating the role of phosphocreatine in energy production in the muscles
  • Joseph Needham, (1900–1995), British, studied the history of Chinese science
  • Carl Neuberg, (1877–1956), German, pioneer in the study of metabolism
  • Marshall Warren Nirenberg, (b. 1927), American, winner of the 1968 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine
  • Roland Victor Norris, (1888–1950), British, pioneered biochemistry in India
  • Paul Nurse, (b. 1949), British, awarded a Nobel prize for studies on the control of the cell cycle
  • Eva J. Neer, (1937–2000), American Scientist, awarded the American Heart Association's Basic Research Prize 1997, also the FASEB Excellence in Science Award in 1998 for research on G-proteins cell biology

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  • Judah Hirsch Quastel, (1899–1987), British-Canadian, neurochemistry, soil metabolism, cell metabolism, and cancer.

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  • Arne Tiselius, (1902–1971), Nobel laureate, developed protein electrophoresis.

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