James B. Sumner
James Batcheller Sumner (1887-1955) succeeded in crystallizing the enzyme urease and demonstrating its protein nature in 1926.
For this work Sumner shared the 1946 Nobel Prize for Chemistry with John Northrop and Wendell Stanley.
Despite the loss of an arm as a youth, Sumner spent his entire career as an experimental chemist, at Cornell University, New York.
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James B. Sumner was an American biochemist.
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