Origins of the concept oxidative phosphorylation

@article{Kalckar2005OriginsOT,
  title={Origins of the concept oxidative phosphorylation},
  author={H. Kalckar},
  journal={Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry},
  year={2005},
  volume={5},
  pages={55-62}
}
  • H. Kalckar
  • Published 2005
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry
In this Symposium, I would perhaps have preferred to confine myself to the description of great ideas in the field of oxidative phosphorylation and a recollection of how these ideas developed and what it led to. The more I worked on it, however, the more I decided to give first priority to hard facts and data recorded and only mobilize recollections here and there. This means, of course, that it will be difficult to avoid mentioning at least a few technical details although they may seem… Expand
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