The Roots of Modern Biochemistry Fritz Lipmann's Squiggle and its Consequences Editors Horst Kleinkauf, Hans von Döhren, Lothar Jaenicke 1988.17 cm 24 cm. XII, 988 pages. Numerous illustrations. Hardcover. DM 448,-; approx. US $263.00 ISBN 311011585 9 A Fritz Lipmann dedicatory volume, originating from the Memorial Meeting held in Berlin-Dahlem in 1987, presenting the major aspects of modern biochemistry and their development in 90 essays. The Warburg/Meyerhof era, the time of emigration and postwar science are revived. Contemporaries and coworkers together with other outstanding scientists describe the state of biochemistry in major fields: as it was, as it is now, and where it will be going. At the same time this volume is a reference book on Fritz Lipmann, the outstanding biochemist, and life scientist, who considered his concept of the energy-rich bond, symbolized by the squiggle, as his major achievement. From the Contents Fritz Lipmann 1899-1986 · Biochemistry Comes of Age · Molecular Biology Sharpens its Tools · Functional Dynamics: The Squiggle-Symbol of Bioenergetics; Molecular Recognition and Communication · Evolution · List of Contributors · Lipmann's Coworkers at Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, and the Rockefeller University, New York · Fritz Lipmann: Bibliography 1924-1985 · Author Index ·
Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine – de Gruyter
Published: Jan 1, 1993
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