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Spectrophotometric measurements of the enzymatic formation of fumaric and cis-aconitic acids.
  • E. Racker
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Biochimica et biophysica acta
  • 1950
Abstract A spectrophotometric method of measuring the enzymatic formation and disappearance of umaric and cis -aconitic acids is reported.
The mechanism of action of glyoxalase.
  • E. Racker
  • Medicine, Biology
  • The Journal of biological chemistry
  • 1 June 1951
Glutathione reductase from bakers' yeast and beef liver.
  • E. Racker
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Journal of biological chemistry
  • 1 December 1955
The preparation of glutathione reductase from yeast and the partial purification of this enzyme from beef liver are reported and under suitable conditions both enzyme preparations were found to be active with DPN as well as TPN as the coenzyme. Expand
Oxidative phosphorylation and photophosphorylation.
A new look at mechanisms in bioenergetics
Synthetic tyrosine polymers as substrates and inhibitors of tyrosine-specific protein kinases.
Several synthetic random polymers of tyrosine containing glutamic acid, alanine, and lysine in various proportion served as substrates for tyrosin-specific protein kinases, and several synthetic polymers with ordered sequences were found to be potent inhibitors of these tyosine-specificprotein kinases. Expand
Regulation of 6-phosphofructo-1-kinase activity in ras-transformed rat-1 fibroblasts.
The PFK-1 activity of ras-transfected rat-1 fibroblasts shows a greater response to certain stimulating and inhibitory regulating factors than that of the parent cell. Expand
Regulatory Mechanisms in Carbohydrate Metabolism
The inhibition of glycolysis by respiration (Pasteur effect) and the inhibition of respiration by glycolysis (Crabtree effect) represent nonhormonal regulatory mechanisms of cellular metabolism. SomeExpand