Paul Berg is an American molecular biologist.
In 1972, using gene-splicing techniques developed by others, Berg spliced and combined into a single hybrid DNA from an animal tumour virus (SV40) and DNA from a bacterial virus.
Berg's work aroused fears in other workers and excited continuing controversy. For his work on recombinant DNA, Berg shared the 1980 Nobel Chemistry Prize with Walter Gilbert and Frederick Sanger.
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Paul Berg is an American biochemist and professor at Stanford University.
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