JBC Centennial 1905 – 2005 100 Years of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology


I received my basic training in enzymology as a graduate student in the laboratory of Professor T. R. Hogness at the University of Chicago from 1936 to 1939. Hogness had constructed a photoelectric spectrophotometer modeled after the one in Otto Warburg’s laboratory in Berlin-Dahlem. I was assigned a problem on succinic dehydrogenase from beef heart, using… (More)


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