Albert Neuberger. 15 April 1908 — 14 August 1996

  title={Albert Neuberger. 15 April 1908 — 14 August 1996},
  author={Anthony K. Allen and Helen M. Muir},
  journal={Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society},
  pages={369 - 382}
  • A. K. Allen, H. Muir
  • Published 1 November 2001
  • History
  • Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society
Albert Neuberger was born in 1908 in the small Franconian town of Hassfurt, which is in the north of Bavaria. At the time of Albert's birth, the Kingdom of Bavaria was a semiautonomous state of the German Empire. 
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David Grahame Grahame-Smith: clinical pharmacologist. 1933-2011.
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    British journal of clinical pharmacology
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His work on the pharmacology of the neurotransmitter serotonin began with the identification of a key enzyme in its synthesis and continued over the next 35 years through a series of innovative and elegant experiments on its functions and its roles in depression and the tumours that cause the carcinoid syndrome.


James Norman Davidson, 1911-1972
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    Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society
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The Edinburgh background and the completely Scottish ancestry had a profound effect on Norman Davidson’s development and his loyalty to Scotland was an important feature of his personality; it influenced him throughout his life.
Biosynthesis of Bacteriochlorophyll
This article is based on a lecture given by Professor Neuberger at a Symposium on Bio-organic Chemistry held by the Perkin Division of the Chemical Society in association with the Biochemical Society
The irreversibility of the deamination of threonine in the rabbit and rat.
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Quantitative aspects of glycine metabolism in the rabbit.
1. Purified salmine from Oncorhynchus keta has been coupled completely with 1-fluoro-2:4-dinitrobenzene and the spectrum of the resulting dinitrophenyl (DNP)-salmine measured in the range 235-420
Hippuric acid synthesis in the rat.
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Properties of proteins
The history of protein chemistry over the last 60 years is briefly reviewed. The structural and analytical chemistry of proteins was well advanced by 1914; the inter-war period was distinguished by
The purification and properties of δ-aminolaevulic acid dehydrase
The purpose of this communication is to describe the purification and properties of this enzyme, presumably also present in the soluble enzyme system forming haem from ALA, described by Shemin, Abramsky & Russell (1954).
The availability of histidine derivatives for growth.
The purpose of the experiments to be described in this paper was to investigate whether the rat can synthesize the glyoxaline ring of histidine, if certain possible precursors are provided in the
Further isotopic studies on haemoglobin formation in the rat and rabbit.
It is shown here how the Hoppe-Seyl has changed over the years from a simple ligand to a complex ligand used in medicine, where the role of language and language has changed greatly in the development of the ligand.
The lysine requirements of the adult rat.
It was deduced that lysine was essential for the maintenance of N equilibrium in humans; these experiments are, however, not conclusive, since deaminized casein is toxic and its deleterious effects are specifically relieved byLysine (Hogan, Powell & Guerant, 1941).