Stanford Moore

About Stanford Moore

Who is it?: Biochemist
Birth Day: September 04, 1913
Birth Place: Chicago, Illinois, US, United States
Alma mater: Vanderbilt University University of Wisconsin–Madison
Known for: ribonuclease
Awards: Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1972
Fields: biochemistry
Institutions: Rockefeller University

Stanford Moore

Stanford Moore was born on September 04, 1913 in Chicago, Illinois, US, United States, is Biochemist. Stanford Moore was an American biochemist who was jointly awarded the ‘Nobel Prize in Chemistry’ in 1972 along with two other American biochemists, William Howard Stein and Christian B. Anfinsen for his contribution in the research work at ‘Rockefeller University’ regarding the structure of ribonuclease, a type of nuclease, and also for comprehending association of the ribonuclease molecule’s chemical structure with that of its catalytic activity. Moore and Stein collaborated to discover new techniques of chromatography, a method of separating a mixture, for applying to analyse amino acids and small peptides procured through protein hydrolysis. The first automatic amino-acid analyzer that highly facilitated the study of amino acid sequences of proteins was developed by the duo. The first analysis of the complete chemical structure of the enzyme ribonuclease was made by them using the new device. Moore spent most of his professional career at the ‘Rockefeller University’ except a stint with the US government during the ‘Second World War’. In 1954 the Faculty of Medicine of the ‘University of Brussels’ conferred upon him ‘Docteur honoris causa’. He received several awards along with fellow biochemist William H. Stein which include the American Chemical Society Award in Chromatography and Electrophoresis in 1964; the ‘Linderstrom-Lang Medal’ from the ‘Carlsberg Research Center’ in 1972; and the ‘Richards Medal’ of the ‘American Chemical Society’ in 1972.
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As per our current Database, Stanford Moore has been died on August 23, 1982 (1982-08-24) (aged 68)\nNew York City.

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Born September 04, 1913 (Chicago, Illinois, US, United States)
Birthday September 04
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Moore attended Peabody Demonstration School, now known as University School of Nashville, and in 1935 graduated summa cum laude from Vanderbilt University, where he was a member of Phi Kappa Sigma. He earned his doctorate in Organic Chemistry from the University of Wisconsin–Madison in 1938. Moore then joined the staff of the Rockefeller Institute, later Rockefeller University, where he spent his entire professional career, with the exception of a period of government Service during World War II. He became Professor of Biochemistry in 1952.


In 1958 he and william H. Stein developed the first automated amino acid analyzer, which facilitated the determination of protein sequences. In 1959 Moore and Stein announced the first determination of the complete amino acid sequence of an enzyme, ribonuclease, work which was cited in the Nobel award. He never married.

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