Are you interested in learning more about the work of the Nobel Prize winners? Here is some information about the Nobel Laureates 2007 along with some of their most highly-cited articles from Web of Science.
Physiology or Medicine
Mario R. Capecchi (University of Utah), Sir Martin J. Evans (Cardiff University), and Oliver Smithies (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) "for their discoveries of principles for introducing specific gene modifications in mice by the use of embryonic stem cells”
- Slightorn J.L., Blechl A.E., Smithies O. Human fetal Gγ and Aγ globin genes: complete nucleotide sequences suggest that DNA can be exchanged between these duplicated genes. Cell 21: 627-638 (1980).
- Evans M.J., Kaufman M.H. Establishment in culture of pluripotential cells from mouse embryos. Nature. 292: 154-156 (1981).
- Bradley A., Evans M., Kaufman M.H., et al. Formation of germ-line chimaeras from embryo-derived teratocarcinoma cell lines. Nature 309: 255-256 (1984).
- Smithies O., Gregg R.G., Boggs S.S., et al. Insertion of DNA sequences into the human chromosomal β-globin locus by homologous recombination. Nature 317: 230-234 (1985).
- Thomas K.R., Capecchi M.R. Site-directed mutagenesis by gene targeting in mouse embryo-derived stem cells. Cell 51: 503-512 (1987).
- Mansour S.L., Thomas K.R., Capecchi M.R. Disruption of the proto-oncogene int-2 in mouse embryo-derived stem cells: a general strategy for targeting mutations to non-selectable genes. Nature 336: 348-352 (1988).
Albert Fert (Université Paris-Sud) and Peter Grünberg (Forschungszentrum Jülich) “for the discovery of Giant Magnetoresistance”
- Grünberg P., Schreiber R., Pang Y., et al. Layered magnetic structures: evidence for antiferromagnetic coupling of Fe layers across Cr interlayers. Physical Review Letters 57: 2442-2445 (1986).
- Baibich M.N., Broto J.M., Fert A., et al. Giant magnetoresistance of (001)Fe/(001)Cr magnetic superlattices. Physical Review Letters 61: 2472-2475 (1988).
- Binasch G., Grünberg P., Saurenbach F., et al. Enhanced magnetoresistance in layered magnetic structures with antiferromagnetic interlayer exchange. Physical Review B 39: 4828-4830 (1989).
Gerhard Ertl (Fritz-Haber-Institut der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft) "for his studies of chemical processes on solid surfaces"
- Christmann K., Schober O., Ertl G., et al. Adsorption of hydrogen on nickel single-crystal surfaces. Journal of Chemical Physics 60: 4528-4540 (1974).
- Conrad H., Ertl G., Latta E.E. Adsorption of hydrogen on palladium single-crystal surfaces. Surface Science 41: 435-446 (1974).
- Christmann K., Ertl G., Pignet T. Adsorption of hydrogen on a Pt(111) surface. Surface Science 54: 365-392 (1976).
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