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Halvor Orin Halvorson grad student 1949 UMN (ID Tree)
Sol Spiegelman grad student 1949 UMN
 (The dissociation of biosynthesis from glycolysis in the intact yeast cell)


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S. Gaylen Bradley grad student 1954 Northwestern (Neurotree)
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SUSSMAN M, BRADLEY SG. (1954) A protein growth factor of bacterial origin required by the cellular slime molds. Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics. 51: 428-35
SUSSMAN M, BRADLEY SG. (1953) Mutant yeast strains resistant to arsenate and azide. Journal of Bacteriology. 66: 52-9
BRADLEY SG, SUSSMAN M. (1952) Growth of ameboid slime molds in one-membered cultures. Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics. 39: 462-3
SPIEGELMAN S, SUSSMAN M. (1952) Energy metabolism of biosynthesis at the cellular level. Annual Review of Physiology. 14: 97-114
SUSSMAN M, SPIEGELMAN S. (1950) The use of arsenate in the analysis of energy relations amongst synthetic reactions. Archives of Biochemistry. 29: 85-100
SUSSMAN M, SPIEGELMAN S. (1950) The effects of arsenate and azide on the stability of adaptive enzymes. Archives of Biochemistry. 29: 54-68
SPIEGELMAN S, KAMEN MD, SUSSMAN M. (1948) Phosphate metabolism and the dissociation of anaerobic glycolysis from synthesis in the presence of sodium azide. Archives of Biochemistry. 18: 409-36
SPIEGELMAN S, REINER JM, SUSSMAN M. (1947) Adaptation to a substrate in the absence of its utilization. Federation Proceedings. 6: 209
SUSSMAN M, SPIEGELMAN S, REINER JM. (1947) The dissociation of carbohydrate assimilation from catabolism. Journal of Cellular Physiology. 29: 149-58
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