David Rittenberg

Biological Chemistry Columbia University, New York, NY 
development of the isotopic tracer technique for the study of biochemical reactions in intermediary metabolism
"David Rittenberg"

(1906 - 1970)

Mean distance: 7.65 (cluster 12)


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Harold Clayton Urey grad student 1934 Columbia
 (Some equilibria involving the isotopes of hydrogen)


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Norman Samuel Radin grad student 1949 Columbia
Anthony G. San Pietro grad student 1951 Columbia
Peter Model grad student 1965 Columbia
Richard M. Caprioli grad student 1969 Columbia
Irving London post-doc Columbia U
David Shemin post-doc 1944 Columbia
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Schoenheimer R, Ratner S, Rittenberg D. (2009) Studies in Protein Metabolism. Nutrition Reviews. 40: 23-26
Schoenheimer R, Rittenberg D. (1998) I. General considerations in the application of isotopes to the study of protein metabolism. the normal abundance of nitrogen isotopes in amino acids Journal of Mass Spectrometry. 33: 1164-1166
Ratner S, Rittenberg D, Keston AS, et al. (1987) The Journal of Biological Chemistry, Volume 134, June 1940: Studies in protein metabolism. XIV. The chemical interaction of dietary glycine and body proteins in rats. By S. Ratner, D. Rittenberg, Albert S. Keston, and Rudolf Schoenheimer. Nutrition Reviews. 45: 310-2
Caprioli R, Rittenberg D. (1969) Pentose synthesis in Escherichia coli. Biochemistry. 8: 3375-84
Model P, Ponticorvo L, Rittenberg D. (1968) Catalysis of an oxygen-exchange reaction of fructose 1,6-diphosphate and fructose 1-phosphate with water by rabbit muscle aldolase. Biochemistry. 7: 1339-47
Caprioli R, Rittenberg D. (1968) Quantitative aspects of the origin of pentose in Escherichia coli. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 60: 1379-82
Model P, Rittenberg D. (1967) Measurement of the activity of the hexose monophosphate pathway of glucose metabolism with the use of [18O]glucose. Variations in its activity in Escherichia coli with growth conditions. Biochemistry. 6: 69-80
Rittenberg D. (1963) The Effect Of Isotopic Substitution On The Living Cell Journal of Computers. 60: 318-323
RADIN NS, RITTENBERG D, SHEMIN D. (1950) The rôle of acetic acid in the biosynthesis of heme. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 184: 755-67
RADIN NS, RITTENBERG D, SHEMIN D. (1950) The rôle of glycine in the biosynthesis of heme. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 184: 745-53
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