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TitleIsotopic Studies on Structure-function Relationships of Nucleic Acids and Enzymes. Three Year Progress Report, May 1972 -- October 1975
Author(s)Boyer, P. D.
Publication Date1975
Report NumberUCLA--34P102-53
Unique IdentifierACC0223
Other NumbersOSTI ID: 4094329
Research OrgUniversity of California, Los Angeles (USA)
Contract NoAT(04-3)-34
Sponsoring OrgEnergy Research and Development Administration (ERDA)
SubjectN40220 -- Chemistry -- Inorganic, Organic, & Physical Chemistry -- Isotopic Effects; N48530 -- Life Sciences -- Radiation Effects on Animals -- Invertebrates; 400302 -- Chemistry --Organic Chemistry -- Isotope Effects; Enzymes -- Research Programs; Nucleic Acids -- Research Programs; ATP; Biosynthesis; DNA; Phosphorus 32; Phosphorylation; Tracer Techniques
Related Web PagesPaul D. Boyer, Adenosine Triphosphate [ATP], and the Binding Change Mechanism
AbstractThe most important accomplishments and major contributions are tabulated with citations to published work. The more important unpublished contributions deal with the early events in ATP formation by chloroplasts, energy linkage in reaction steps of oxidative phosphorylation, molecular integrity of parental DNA, bound pyrophosphate and {sup 18}O-exchanges by inorganic pyrophosphatase, and glutamine synthetase exchanges and mechanisms. These are being prepared for publication. (JSR)
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