Monod



[maw-noh] /mɔˈnoʊ/

noun
1.
Jacques
[zhahk] /ʒɑk/ (Show IPA), 1910–76, French chemist: Nobel prize 1965.

Monod Mo·nod (mô-nō’), Jacques Lucien. 1910-1976.

French biochemist. He shared a 1965 Nobel Prize for the study of regulatory activity in body cells.
Monod
(mô-nō’)
French biochemist who, with François Jacob, proposed the existence of messenger RNA. Monod and Jacob also studied how genes control cellular activity by directing the synthesis of proteins.

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