Bonus Assignment - Rajeev Kapur Chemistry 302 Bonus UT EID:...

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Rajeev Kapur Chemistry 302 – Bonus UT EID: RK7259/Rowland Professor Peter G. Shultz Peter Shultz is credited at the first to observe antibodies selectively catalyze during chemical reactions. His discovery led to new discoveries and reseach into evolution of binding, as well as the further development of catalysis. Essentially, we are talking about the development and further expansion of genetic codes. These codes can now be expanded to include amino acids which are considered to be unnatural. From these new amino acids could be the discovery of new proteins, which would normally not be present. Shultz’s discovery not only revolves around chemistry, but all the applied and material sciences. Peter Shultz was born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio. He studied at Caltech and graduated their in 1979. He graduated with honors and also completed his doctoral degree there, he completed that in 1984. His research thesis geared upon DNA blinding of molecules and also DNA cleaving molecules. Upon completion of his doctoral degree,
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