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  1. The Molecular Basis of Evolution by Christian B. Anfinsen, 1963-01-01
  2. The Molecular Basis of Evolution by Christian B. Anfinsen, 1966
  3. Lipoproteins, Apolipoproteins, and Lipases, Volume 45 (Advances in Protein Chemistry)
  4. Protein Stability, Volume 46 (Advances in Protein Chemistry)
  5. Hochschullehrer (Baltimore): Charles Sanders Peirce, Riccardo Giacconi, James Franck, Maria Goeppert-Mayer, Christian B. Anfinsen, René Girard (German Edition)
  6. Converts to Judaism From Atheism or Agnosticism: Will Herberg, Benny Lévy, Eliyahu Rips, Christian B. Anfinsen, David P. Goldman, Suzy Menkes
  7. Advances in Protein Chemistry, Volume 47
  8. Current Topics in Biochemistry : National Institute of Health Lectures in Biomedical Sciences by Christian B.; Goldberger, Robert F.; Schechter, Alan N. (editors) Anfinsen, 1972
  9. ADVANCES IN PROTEIN CHEMISTRY by Christian B. Anfinsen, 1980
  10. Current Topics in Biochemistry : National Institute of Health Lectures in Biomed by Christian B.; Goldberger, Robert F.; Schechter, Alan N. (editors) Anfinsen, 1972-01-01
  11. Advances In Protein Chemistry (advances In Protein Chemistry) by Christian B. Anfinsen , 1991
  12. Advances In Protein Chemistry (advances In Protein Chemistry) by Christian B. Anfinsen , 1990

1. Biography Nobel Prize Winner: Anfinsen, Christian B. | Chemdex
Biography Nobel Prize Winner Anfinsen, Christian B.. (National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, USA), Awarded the Nobel prize for chemistry in 1972 for his work on ribonuclease
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4. Anfinsen, Christian B.
Anfinsen, Christian B. (19161995) Born in Monessen, Pennsylvania, March 26, 1916. Dr. Anfinsen obtained a B.A. degree from Swarthmore College in 1937 and
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Anfinsen, Christian B. Born in Monessen, Pennsylvania, March 26, 1916. Dr. Anfinsen obtained a B.A. degree from Swarthmore College in 1937 and an M.S. in organic chemistry in 1939 from the University of Pennsylvania. He spent the year 1939-40 as a Visiting Investigator at the Carlsberg Laboratory in Copenhagec. In 1943, he received a Ph.D. from Harvard Medical School in biochemistry and spent the next seven years at Harvard Medical School; first as Instructor and then as Assistant Professor of Biological Chemistry. During this time, he spent a year (1947-48) as a Senior Fellow of the American Cancer Society working with Dr. Hugo Theorell at the Medical Nobel Institute. Dr. Anfinsen left Harvard in 1950 to become Chief of the Laboratory of Cellular Physiology and Metaolism in the National Heart Institute of the National Institutes of Health. He was again at Harvard Medical School as Professor of Biological Chemistry in 1962-63 and then returned to the National Institutes of Health to assume his present position. In Anfinsen's early work, he and Steinberg studied the non-uniform labelling in newly synthesized proteins - a technique with later permitted Dintzis, Canfield and others to determine that proteins are synthesized sequentially from the amino-terminal and in vivo, and to calculate the rate at which amino acids are polymerized.

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6. Christian Anfinsen - Biography
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In Anfinsen's early work, he and Steinberg studied the non-uniform labelling in newly synthesized proteins - a technique which later permitted Dintzis, Canfield and others to determine that proteins are synthesized sequentially from the amino-terminal and in vivo , and to calculate the rate at which amino acids are polymerized.
In the mid 1950's Anfinsen began to concentrate on the problem of the relationship between structure and function in enzymes. On the basis of studies on ribonuclease with Sela and White, he proposed that the information determining the tertiary structure of a protein resides in the chemistry of its amino acid sequence. Investigations on reversible denaturation of several proteins served to verify this proposal experimentally. It was demonstrated that, after cleavage of disulfide bonds and disruption of tertiary structure, many proteins could spontaneously refold to their native forms. This work resulted in general acceptance of the "thermodynamic hypothesis". Studies on the rate and extent of renaturation

7. Index By Author — January 1950, 98 (1) — JPET
the action of sympathomimetic amines on the central nervous system and the blood sugar relation of chemical structure to mechanism of action j
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    • METABOLIC EFFECTS OF ANESTHESIA IN MAN I. Acid-base Balance During Ether Anesthesia J Pharmacol Exp Ther January 1950
      Axelrod, Julius
      • THE FATE OF ANTIPYRINE IN MAN J Pharmacol Exp Ther January 1950
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      • Beecher, Henry K.
        • METABOLIC EFFECTS OF ANESTHESIA IN MAN I. Acid-base Balance During Ether Anesthesia J Pharmacol Exp Ther January 1950
          Bernstein, Eleonore
          • THE FATE OF THIOPENTAL IN MAN AND A METHOD FOR ITS ESTIMATION IN BIOLOGICAL MATERIAL J Pharmacol Exp Ther January 1950
            Brodie, Bernard B.
            • THE FATE OF THIOPENTAL IN MAN AND A METHOD FOR ITS ESTIMATION IN BIOLOGICAL MATERIAL J Pharmacol Exp Ther January 1950 THE FATE OF ANTIPYRINE IN MAN J Pharmacol Exp Ther January 1950
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            • Chaikoff, I. L.
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    9. Christian B. Anfinsen Winner Of The 1972 Nobel Prize In Chemistry
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    C HRISTIAN B A NFINSEN
    1972 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry
      for his work on ribonuclease, especially concerning the connection between the amino acid sequence and the biologically active conformation
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    origin of? 190 designed 445 membraneforming 179,421,427-9,430-2, 433 prebiotic? 443 self-organization of 421,432-4 amyloidosis 241 amyloids 227,228,241-3,245,246 Anfinsen, Christian B
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    Wells) Julie (Julia Elizabeth) • Andrianov Nikolay • Andric Ivo • Andriessen Christiaan • Andross Miles Deforest • Andry Luis Antonio • Anel Dominique • Anfinsen Christian B
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    The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1972 was divided, one half awarded to Christian B. Anfinsen "for his work on ribonuclease, especially concerning the connection between the amino acid sequence and the biologically active conformation" ,the other half jointly to Stanford Moore and William H. Stein "for their contribution to the understanding of the connection between chemical structure and catalytic activity of the active centre of the ribonuclease molecule" TO CITE THIS PAGE:
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    13. Anfinsen, Christian - Chemistry: Foundations And Applications | HighBeam Researc
    Article Anfinsen, Christian B. Complete Dictionary of Scientific Biography; 700+ words Britton, and Christian B. Anfinsen III).
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    14. Anfinsen, Christian B(oehmer)
    Anfinsen, Christian B(oehmer) (b. March 26, 1916, Monessen, Pa., U.S.), U.S. biochemist who with Stanford Moore and William H. Stein received the 1972 Nobel Prize for Chemistry
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    (b. March 26, 1916, Monessen, Pa., U.S.), U.S. biochemist who with Stanford Moore and William H. Stein received the 1972 Nobel Prize for Chemistry for research on the relationships between molecular structure and biological function of proteins. Anfinsen received a Ph.D. degree from Harvard University in 1943 and then held research and teaching positions at the University of Pennsylvania, Harvard, and the Nobel Medical Institute in Stockholm. He joined the staff of the National Institutes of Health (Bethesda, Md.) in 1950. His research has centred on the adaptation of the structure of enzymes and other proteins to their physiological activities. His writings include The Molecular Basis of Evolution Related Propaedia Topics: Proteins and peptides The chemical, physical, and biochemical properties of a substance inferred from its known or postulated molecular structure Enzymes

    15. Nobel Prize In Chemistry Since 1901
    Anfinsen, Christian B.; Moore, Stanford; Stein, William H. 1973 Fischer, Ernst Otto; Wilkinson, Sir Geoffrey 1974 Flory, Paul J. 1975 Cornforth, Sir John Warcup; Prelog, Vladimir
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    16. Christian B. Anfinsen (American Biochemist) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
    Christian B. Anfinsen (American biochemist), March 26, 1916Monessen, Pa., U.S. May 14, 1995Randallstown, Md.American biochemist who, with Stanford Moore and William H. Stein
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    Christian Chris Boehmer Anfinsen, Jr. (March 26, 1916 – May 14, 1995) was a biochemist and a 1972 Nobel Prize winner for work on ribonuclease, especially concerning the connection
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    Double click any English word, to find Turkish meaning Dr. Christian Boehmer Anfinsen, Jr. March 26 May 14 ) was a biochemist and a Nobel Prize winner for work on ribonuclease , especially concerning the connection between the amino acid sequence and the biologically active conformation (see Anfinsen's dogma
    Anfinsen was born in Monessen, Pennsylvania to a Norwegian American family. He earned a bachelor's degree from Swarthmore College in 1937, a master's degree in organic chemistry from the University of Pennsylvania in 1939, and in 1943 a Ph.D. in biochemistry from Harvard Medical School . While attending Swarthmore College he joined the Delta Upsilon Fraternity.
    Anfinsen stayed at Harvard as an assistant professor until 1950, when he began working for the National Institute of Health , where he spent most of his career, until 1981. From 1982 until his death in 1995, Anfinsen was professor of biology at Johns Hopkins
    In 1961 he showed that ribonuclease could be refolded after denaturation while preserving enzyme activity, thereby suggesting that all the information required by protein to adopt its final conformation is encoded in its

    18. Christian Boehmer Anfinsen Encyclopedia Topics | Reference.com
    Jan 01, 2008; ANFINSEN, CHRISTIAN B.(b. Monessen, Pennsylvania, 26 March 1916; d. Pikesville, Maryland, 14 May 1995)biochemistry, protein
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    19. Index Of Names
    Adair, Gilbert S. 184, 227 Alzheimer, Alois 281 Anaximenes 1 Anfinsen, Christian B. 166 ngstr m, Anders J. 17 Anson, Mortimer L. 165 Archimedes 236 Aristotle 7, 116, 310 Arrhenius
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    20. Studies On The Principles That Govern The Folding Of Protein Chains (1973)
    Anfinsen, Christian B. Source Monograph Anfinsen, Christian B. Studies on the Principles That Govern the Folding of Protein Chains. Les Prix Nobel en 1972.
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