T. T. Tchen

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Chemistry Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, United States 
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Konrad Bloch grad student 1954 Chicago
 (Enzymatic formation of oxalacetate from phosphoenol pyruvate)
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Cooper TG, Tchen TT, Wood HG, et al. (1968) The carboxylation of phosphoenolpyruvate and pyruvate. I. The active species of "CO2" utilized by phosphoenolpyruvate carboxykinase, carboxytransphosphorylase, and pyruvate carboxylase. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 243: 3857-63
Chaykin S, Law J, Phillips AH, et al. (1958) PHOSPHORYLATED INTERMEDIATES IN THE SYNTHESIS OF SQUALENE. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 44: 998-1004
Rilling H, Tchen TT, Bloch K. (1958) ON THE MECHANISM OF SQUALENE BIOGENESIS. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 44: 167-73
TCHEN TT. (1958) Mevalonic kinase: purification and properties. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 233: 1100-3
Maudgal RK, Tchen TT, Block K. (1958) 1,2-Methyl shifts in the cyclization of squalene to lanosterol [9] Journal of the American Chemical Society. 80: 2589-2590
TCHEN TT, BLOCH K. (1957) On the mechanism of enzymatic cyclization of squalene. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 226: 931-9
TCHEN TT, BLOCH K. (1957) On the conversion of squalene to lanosterol in vitro. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 226: 921-30
Tchen TT. (1957) On the formation of a phosphorylated derivative of mevalonic acid [9] Journal of the American Chemical Society. 79: 6344-6345
Tchen TT, Bloch K. (1956) On the mechanism of cyclization of squalene [11] Journal of the American Chemical Society. 78: 1516-1517
TCHEN TT, LOEWUS FA, VENNESLAND B. (1955) The mechanism of enzymatic carbon dioxide fixation into oxal-acetate. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 213: 547-55
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