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Modern methods in protein chemistry
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Erscheinungsdatum: 01.04.1983, Medium: Buch, Einband: Gebunden, Titel: Modern methods in protein chemistry, Titelzusatz: Review articles following the joint meeting of the Nordic Biochemical Societies Damp/Kiel, FR of Germany, September 27-29, 1982, Auflage: Reprint 2019, Redaktion: Tschesche, Harald, Verlag: De Gruyter, Sprache: Englisch, Rubrik: Biochemie // Biophysik, Seiten: 476, Informationen: HC runder Rücken kaschiert, Gewicht: 980 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Modern methods in protein chemistry
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Modern methods in protein chemistry ab 149.99 € als pdf eBook: Review articles following the joint meeting of the Nordic Biochemical Societies Damp/Kiel FR of Germany September 27-29 1982. Aus dem Bereich: eBooks, Fachthemen & Wissenschaft, Wissenschaften allgemein,

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Modern methods in protein chemistry ab 149.99 € als gebundene Ausgabe: Review articles following the joint meeting of the Nordic Biochemical Societies Damp/Kiel FR of Germany September 27-29 1982. Reprint 2019. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Wissenschaft, Biologie,

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Modern methods in protein chemistry ab 149.99 EURO Review articles following the joint meeting of the Nordic Biochemical Societies Damp/Kiel FR of Germany September 27-29 1982. Reprint 2019

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Modern methods in protein chemistry ab 149.99 EURO Review articles following the joint meeting of the Nordic Biochemical Societies Damp/Kiel FR of Germany September 27-29 1982

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Rudolf Hoppe
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Rudolf Hoppe (born October 29, 1922, in Wittenberge, Brandenburg, Germany), a German chemist, discovered the first covalent noble gas compounds. Hoppe studied chemistry at the Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel and was awarded his doctorate at the Westfälische Wilhelms-University of Münster in 1954. He also got his habilitation degree in Münster and gained a professorship for inorganic chemistry in 1958. In 1965, Hoppe accepted an offer for the chair of inorganic and analytic chemistry at the Justus-Liebig-University of Gießen, which he kept until his retirement in 1991. Hoppe became famous through his synthesis of the stable noble gas compound XeF2 (Xenon difluoride), reported in November 1962. His work followed the previous synthesis of by xenon hexafluoroplatinate by Neil Bartlett, in an experiment run on March 23, 1962 and reported in June of that year.

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Otto Frank (Physiologist)
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Otto Frank (June 21, 1865 - November 12, 1944) was a German doctor and an important figure in the history of cardiac physiology. (Friedrich, Wilhelm, Ferdinand) Otto Frank was born in Groß-Umstadt and was the son of Georg Frank (1838 1907), a doctor of medicine and a practicing physician, and Mathilde Lindenborn (1841 1906). Otto Frank was married to Theres Schuster. Otto Frank studied medicine in München and Kiel between 1884 and 1889 (approbation in München 1889). During 1889 to 1891 he undertook training in mathematics, chemistry, physics, anatomy and zoology in Heidelberg, Glasgow, München and Straßburg. He then worked until 1894 as an assistant to Carl Friedrich Wilhelm Ludwig in the Physiologisches Institut in Leipzig.

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Sialic Acids
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Rapid progress in the field of sialic acids has made it desirable to collect the new data about these unique sugars and to continue the series of books on this topic. In 1960, A. GOTTSCHALK wrote 'The Chemistry and Biology of Sialic Acids and Related Substances' (Cambridge University Press) and in 1976, A. ROSENBERG and C. -L. SCHENGRUND published 'Biological Roles of Sialic Acids' (Plenum Press). In this book emphasis is given to various modern methods used in the isolation and analysis of sialic acids. New approaches to the synthesis of free and bound sialic acids are described and the vast field of occurrence and metabolism of these substances is reviewed. Sialidoses are dealt with in one of the chapters, because sialidases have been recognized as factors of pathophysiological im portance. As knowledge is increasing about the involvement of sialic acids in many aspects of cell biology, another chapter is devoted to these phenomena. With this book I intend to demonstrate modern trends in sialic acid chemistry and biochemistry, and I hope that it will be of practical use and find its place in laboratories rather than in libraries. This publication offers an opportunity to thank all colleagues in many countries, including my coworkers at the universities of Bochum and Kiel, for their cooperation, stimulating discussions and, very important, useful criticism. The continuous cooperation with J. F. G. VLIEGENTHART and his coworkers, Utrecht, has been rewarding in many respects.

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Sialic Acids
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Rapid progress in the field of sialic acids has made it desirable to collect the new data about these unique sugars and to continue the series of books on this topic. In 1960, A. GOTTSCHALK wrote 'The Chemistry and Biology of Sialic Acids and Related Substances' (Cambridge University Press) and in 1976, A. ROSENBERG and C. -L. SCHENGRUND published 'Biological Roles of Sialic Acids' (Plenum Press). In this book emphasis is given to various modern methods used in the isolation and analysis of sialic acids. New approaches to the synthesis of free and bound sialic acids are described and the vast field of occurrence and metabolism of these substances is reviewed. Sialidoses are dealt with in one of the chapters, because sialidases have been recognized as factors of pathophysiological im portance. As knowledge is increasing about the involvement of sialic acids in many aspects of cell biology, another chapter is devoted to these phenomena. With this book I intend to demonstrate modern trends in sialic acid chemistry and biochemistry, and I hope that it will be of practical use and find its place in laboratories rather than in libraries. This publication offers an opportunity to thank all colleagues in many countries, including my coworkers at the universities of Bochum and Kiel, for their cooperation, stimulating discussions and, very important, useful criticism. The continuous cooperation with J. F. G. VLIEGENTHART and his coworkers, Utrecht, has been rewarding in many respects.

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