H. Burr Steinbach, Ph.D.

Zoology University of Chicago, Chicago, IL 
"H. Steinbach"


Mean distance: 14.38 (cluster 28)
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Lewis Victor Heilbrunn grad student 1933 Penn (Neurotree)
 (Injury potentials in scallop muscles)
David Nachmansohn research scientist 1938-1942 Columbia


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Florence E. Moog grad student 1944 Columbia (DevTree)
Sol Spiegelman grad student 1944 Washington University School of Medicine
Philip Bigelow Dunham grad student 1962 Chicago (Physiology Academic Tree)
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Steinbach HB. (1967) On the ability of isolated frog skin to manufacture Ringer's fluid. The Journal of General Physiology. 50: 2377-89
Steinbach HB. (1967) Movement of Na and K across and within frog skin. The American Journal of Physiology. 212: 371-5
Steinbach HB. (1966) The effects of glycerol and other organic solutes on the motility and respiration of some invertebrate spermatozoa. The Biological Bulletin. 131: 166-71
Steinbach HB. (1966) The sodium and potassium exchange between intact frogs and their environment. The Journal of General Physiology. 49: 1111-24
STEINBACH HB. (1962) The prevalence of K. Perspectives in Biology and Medicine. 5: 338-55
Klenk E, Steinbach H. (1959) Über die C16-Polyensäuren des Heringsöls Hoppe-Seyler's Zeitschrift Fur Physiologische Chemie. 316: 31-44
HARRIS EJ, STEINBACH HB. (1956) The extraction of ions from muscle by water and sugar solutions with a study of the degree of exchange with tracer of the sodium and potassium in the extracts. The Journal of Physiology. 133: 385-401
STEINBACH HB. (1953) Exchanges of sodium and potassium in muscle. The Journal-Lancet. 73: 247-50
STEINBACH HB. (1951) Sodium extrusion from isolated frog muscle. The American Journal of Physiology. 167: 284-7
STEINBACH HB. (1951) Permeability. Annual Review of Physiology. 13: 21-40
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