F. H. Malpress

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THE epithelium of the cervix and upper vagina of the cow and certain other animals produces a mucous secretion in which, according to Woodman & Hammond [1925], may be found a mucoprotein belonging to the class of mucin bodies containing mucoitin sulphuric acid, since they identified glucosamine in a specimen of cervical mucus. The chemical composition of(More)
Moore, G. R., Huang, Z.-X., Eley, C. G. S., Barker, H. A., Williams, G., Robinson, M. N. & Williams, R. J. P. (1982) Furuduy Discuss. Chem. SOC. 74, 31 1-329 Papa, S. (1976) Biochim. Biophys. Acta 456, 39-84 Slater, E. C. (1983) Trends Biochem. Sci. 8, 239-245 Wikstrom, M. K. F. & Krebs, K. (1979) Biochim. Biophys. Acta 549, 177-222 Williams, R. J. P.(More)
In a previous communication (Archbold et al., 1974) we have described experiments the results of which are not readily reconciled with some aspects of the chemiosmotic hypothesis. Our interpretation required a distinction between the distributive nature ofelectroneutral (EN) and eiectrogenic (EG) proton movements across the mitochondria1 inner membrane.(More)
A coulombic hypothesis of mitochondrial oxidative phosphorylation is presented, founded upon the evidence for negative fixed charge formation during electron transport chain activity. The intermediary force is electrostatic (psi H) and not electrochemical (delta mu H). The electrochemical potential of the chemiosmotic hypothesis is identified as a "phantom"(More)
tic cis-benzenediol was present on both plates, with R, values of 0.21 and 0.24 respectively. Another portion of the thoroughly dried ether extract was treated with Bis (trimethylsily1)trifluoracetamide and trimethylchlorosilane for 30min at 90° C and the trimethylsilyl derivative injected into a Pye 104 chromatograph fitted with a glass column packed with(More)