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  1. James Batcheller Sumner (* 19. November 1887 in Canton , Massachusetts ; † 12. August 1955 in Buffalo , New York ) war ein US-amerikanischer Chemiker und Nobelpreisträger .

  2. James Batcheller Sumner (November 19, 1887 – August 12, 1955) was an American chemist. He discovered that enzymes can be crystallized, for which he shared the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1946 with John Howard Northrop and Wendell Meredith Stanley. He was also the first to prove that enzymes are proteins.

  3. Biographical. J ames Batcheller Sumner was born at Canton, Mass., on Nov. 19, 1887, as the son of Charles Sumner and Elizabeth Rand Kelly. His ancestors were Puritans who came from Bicester, England, in 1636 and settled in Boston. His father owned a large country estate, while his grandfather had a farm and also a cotton factory.

  4. James Batcheller Sumner The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1946 . Born: 19 November 1887, Canton, MA, USA . Died: 12 August 1955, Buffalo, NY, USA . Affiliation at the time of the award: Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, USA . Prize motivation: “for his discovery that enzymes can be crystallized” Prize share: 1/2

  5. Sumner, James Batcheller, amerikan. Biochemiker, *19.11.1887 Canton (Mass.), †12.8.1955 Buffalo (N.Y.); ab 1929 Professor in Ithaca (N.Y.); isolierte (und kristallisierte) 1919 aus der Schwertbohne ( Canavalia) die Lectine Canavalin und Concanavalin A und B; kristallisierte 1926 als erster ein Enzym, die (ebenfalls aus der Schwertbohne ...

  6. Sumner, James Batcheller, amerikan. Biochemiker, *19.11.1887 Canton (Massachusetts), †12.8.1955 Buffalo (New York); ab 1929 Prof. in Ithaca (New York). S. isolierte und kristallisierte 1919 aus der Schwertbohne ( Canavalia ensiformis) die Lektine Canavalin und Concanavalin A und B sowie als erstes Enzym überhaupt im Jahr 1926 die Urease, und ...