Richard G. Wolfe

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A total of 35 pigs were obtained by cesarean section, placed in individual sterile isolators, and randomly allotted to treatment groups. Thirty pigs received purified, isoenergetic liquid diets containing 2 or 32% butterfat (dry matter basis) and were killed at 1, 7, or 21 days of age. Five pigs were killed at 2 hours post delivery and received no diet.(More)
A new methodology has been developed for the study of certain classes of qualitative information. The methodology is composed of two major techniques: the F-sort task for data collection and latent partition analysis for data summarization. In this paper, similarities and differences of the methodology in relation to existing techniques are discussed. This(More)
Active band sedimentation studies of pig heart fumarase indicate that the enzyme is predominantly tetrameric at enzyme concentrations between 0.0125 and 0.25 mg/ml and at a fumarate concentration of 2.5 mM. At enzyme concentrations of 0.25--1.0 mg/ml and fumarate concentrations known to activate and inhibit the enzyme, the sedimentation band of fumarase(More)
Circular dichroism spectra and circular dichroism difference spectra, generated when porcine heart mitochondrial and supernatant malate dehydrogenase bind coenzymes or when enzyme dihydroincotinamide nucleotide binary complexes bind substrate analogs, are presented. No significant changes are observed in protein chromophores in the 200- to 240-nm spectral(More)
Thirty male neonatal pigs were obtained by cesarean section and randomly allotted from littermate groups to three diets containing 2%, 17%, and 32% fat on a dry matter basis. Butterfat was used to replace glucose in the isoenergetic liquid, semipurified diets. Each pig was placed in a sterile isolator and fed ad libitum five times daily. After 14 days, pigs(More)