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Barry Halliwell

Barry Halliwell (born 18 October 1949) is an English biochemist, chemist and university administrator, specialising in free radical metabolism in both animals and plants. His name is included in the "Foyer–Halliwell–Asada" pathway, a cellular process of hydrogen peroxide metabolism in plants and animals, named for the three principal discoverers, with Christine Foyer and Kozi Asada. He moved to Singapore in 2000, and served as Deputy President (Research and Technology) of the National University of Singapore (2006–15), where (as of 2018) he continues to hold a Tan Chin Tuan Centennial professorship.(source)

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  • biochemistry (59.63) #3
  • genetics (46.70) #12
  • physiology (25.22) #1307
  • immunology (24.12) #1364
  • pathology (23.97) #3456
  • biotechnology (23.83) #1293
  • molecular biology (23.77) #2477
  • chemistry (26.26) #4352
  • pharmacology (27.85) #271
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