2000 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
1988 - Fellow of John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
His Artificial intelligence study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Transposition (logic) and Selection (genetic algorithm). His research on Selection (genetic algorithm) often connects related areas such as Artificial intelligence. Transposition (logic) and Sine are all intertwined in Geometry research. His study ties his expertise on Geometry together with the subject of Sine. His studies link Sequence (biology) with Genetics. His study in Genetics extends to Sequence (biology) with its themes. In his study, Carl W. Schmid carries out multidisciplinary Genome and Locus (genetics) research. Locus (genetics) and Genome are two areas of study in which Carl W. Schmid engages in interdisciplinary research. He performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Gene and Computational biology via his papers.
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The Alu family of dispersed repetitive sequences
Carl W. Schmid;Warren R. Jelinek.
Base sequence studies of 300 nucleotide renatured repeated human DNA clones
Prescott L. Deininger;Douglas J. Jolly;Carol M. Rubin;Theodore Friedmann.
Journal of Molecular Biology (1981)
Ubiquitous, interspersed repeated sequences in mammalian genomes
Warren R. Jelinek;Thomas P. Toomey;Leslie Leinwand;Craig H. Duncan.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1980)
A ubiquitous family of repeated DNA sequences in the human genome.
Catherine M. Houck;Frank P. Rinehart;Carl W. Schmid.
Journal of Molecular Biology (1979)
Sequence-specific packaging of DNA in human sperm chromatin
JM Gatewood;GR Cook;R Balhorn;EM Bradbury.
Cell stress and translational inhibitors transiently increase the abundance of mammalian SINE transcripts
Wen man Liu;Wen ming Chu;Prabhakara V Choudary;Carl W. Schmid.
Nucleic Acids Research (1995)
Partial nucleotide sequence of the 300-nucleotide interspersed repeated human DNA sequences
Carol M. Rubin;Catherine M. Houck;Prescott L. Deininger;Theodore Friedmann.
Pyrimidine-specific chemical reactions useful for DNA sequencing
Carol M. Rubin;Carl W. Schmid.
Nucleic Acids Research (1980)
Sequence organization of the human genome.
Carl W. Schmid;Prescott L. Deininger.
Standardized nomenclature for Alu repeats
Mark A. Batzer;Prescott L. Deininger;Utha Hellmann-Blumberg;Jerzy Jurka.
Journal of Molecular Evolution (1996)
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