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Scope and Contents: Consists of records related to research on phosphorous and red blood cells conducted by Charles Barber Mueller during his Rockefeller Foundation Fellowship in Biochemistry at Harvard Medical School in 1947. This research resulted in two 1951 publications in the Journal of Biological Chemistry, co-authored by Mueller and A. Baird Hastings: "The Rate of Transfer of Phosphorus Across the Red Blood Cell Membrane" and "Glycolysis and Phosphate Fractions of Red Blood Cells."
Overview: The Cyrus H. Fiske papers, 1908-1971 (inclusive), 1921-1957 (bulk), are a product of Fiske’s research and personal and professional activities throughout the period of his service at Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts, as Assistant in Biological Chemistry, Assistant Professor of Biological Chemistry, and Professor of Biological Chemistry, and at Western Reserve University Medical School, Cleveland, Ohio, as Associate Professor of Biochemistry and Assistant Professor of Biochemistry.
Overview: The Eva Neer papers, 1960-2000 (inclusive), 1980-1999 (bulk) consist of records created and collected by Eva Neer (1937-2000) throughout the course of her career as a researcher in biochemistry and cytology. Neer held positions at Harvard Medical School in the Department of Biochemistry and at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in the cardiovascular division. Together with David Clapham, she was responsible for the discovery of which G protein α subunit activated the ion channel responsible for...
Harvard Medical School. Department of Biological Chemistry and Molecular Pharmacology. Harvard University Laboratory of Physical Chemistry Related to Medicine and Public Health scientific papers and departmental minutes
Overview: The Scientific Papers and Departmental Minutes of the Harvard University Laboratory of Physical Chemistry Related to Medicine and Public Health, 1905-1967 (inclusive), 1940-1960 (bulk), are a product of the administrative, research, and publishing activities of the University Laboratory and its predecessor, the Harvard Medical School Department of Physical Chemistry, Boston, Massachusetts. The bulk of the records consist of departmental meeting minutes and bound scientific paper reprints...
Overview: The Manfred L. Karnovsky papers, 1925-1998 (inclusive), 1950-1998 (bulk), are a product of Karnovsky’s research, teaching, and professional activities throughout the period of his service at Harvard Medical School in the Department of Biological Chemistry and Molecular Pharmacology, as Research Associate, Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, Professor, Harold T. White Professor, and Harold T. White Professor Emeritus.