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Dr. Margaret Belle (Oakley) Dayhoff (March 11, 1925 – February 5, 1983) was an American physical chemist and a pioneer in the field of bioinformatics. Dayhoff was a professor at Georgetown University Medical Center and a noted research biochemist at the National Biomedical Research Foundation where she pioneered the application of mathematics and computational methods to the field of biochemistry. She dedicated her career to applying the evolving computational technologies to support advances in biology and medicine, most notably the creation of protein and nucleic acid databases and tools to interrogate the databases. Her PhD degree was from Columbia University in the Department of Chemistry, where she devised computational methods to calculate molecular resonance energies of several orga

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  • Margaret Belle Oakley Dayhoff (* 11. März 1925 in Philadelphia; † 5. Februar 1983 in Silver Springs (Maryland)) war eine amerikanische Wissenschaftlerin. Sie war auf den Gebieten der physikalischen Chemie und der Sequenzanalyse von Proteinen und der DNA tätig und begründete die Bioinformatik.
  • Margaret Belle (Oakley) Dayhoff (Philadelphie, 11 mars 1925 – Silver Spring Maryland, 5 février 1983) est une bioinformaticienne et chimiste américaine. Elle fut l'une des pionnières dans l'application des méthodes mathématiques et informatiques à la biochimie. Elle a en particulier mis en place les premières grandes bases de données de protéines.
  • Dr. Margaret Belle (Oakley) Dayhoff (March 11, 1925 – February 5, 1983) was an American physical chemist and a pioneer in the field of bioinformatics. Dayhoff was a professor at Georgetown University Medical Center and a noted research biochemist at the National Biomedical Research Foundation where she pioneered the application of mathematics and computational methods to the field of biochemistry. She dedicated her career to applying the evolving computational technologies to support advances in biology and medicine, most notably the creation of protein and nucleic acid databases and tools to interrogate the databases. Her PhD degree was from Columbia University in the Department of Chemistry, where she devised computational methods to calculate molecular resonance energies of several orga
  • Margaret Belle (Oakley) Dayhoff (Filadelfia, 11 de marzo 1925 - Silver Spring (Maryland), 5 de febrero 1983) fue una fisicoquímica estadounidense pionera en el campo de la bioinformática. La doctora Dayhoff fue profesora en el Centro Médico de la Universidad de Georgetown, y una notable investigadora en bioquímica en la National Biomedical Research Foundation de los Estados Unidos (todas las instituciones citadas en este artículo son estadounidenses), donde fue pionera en la aplicación de métodos matemáticos y computacionales en el campo de la bioquímica.
  • È considerata una capostipite nel campo della bioinformatica. Nel 1965, pubblicò un'opera fondamentale in questo senso, l'Atlas of Protein Sequence and Structure, che raccoglieva appunto i dati sulla struttura e sulla sequenza di tutte le proteine allora note. Le informazioni contenute nell'Atlas, che può essere considerata la prima banca dati biologica, su supporto cartaceo, vennero poi utilizzate per la creazione di uno dei primi progetti informatizzati di raccolta di dati biologici, il Protein Information Resource (PIR). Questo a sua volta confluì in seguito (2002) in un più grande database, UniProt, tuttora esistente.
  • A Dr. Margaret Belle (Oakley) Dayhoff (11 de março de 1925 – 5 de fevereiro de 1983) foi uma físico-química americana e pioneira no campo da bioinformática. Dayhoff foi professora no Centro Médico da Universidade de Georgetown e pesquisadora em bioquímica na National Biomedical Research Foundation, onde foi pioneira na aplicação de métodos matemáticos e computacionais ao campo da bioquímica. Ela dedicou sua carreira à aplicação das tecnologias computacionais para promover avanços no campo da biologia e da medicina, em especial à criação de bases de dados de ácidos nucleicos e proteínas, além de ferramentas para utilizá-las. Ela obteve seu doutorado na Universidade de Columbia, no Departamento de Química, onde elaborou métodos computacionais para calcular a energia de ressonância molecula
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