James F. Danielli

1938-1949 University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England, United Kingdom 
 1949-1962 King's College London, London, UK 
cell membranes
"James Danielli"

(1911 - 1984)
DOI: 10.1098/rsbm.1986.0005
DOI: 10.1002/yea.1572 James Frederic Danielli (1911–1984), English biophysicist, studied chemistry at University College London and from 1938 worked in the Biochemistry Department at Cambridge, where Peter Mitchell was his research student; in 1949 Danielli became professor of zoology at King's College, London University, and moved to the University of Buffalo, USA, in 1962. As well as working on cell membranes and transplanting nuclei from one cell to another, he developed quantitative methods in cell chemistry
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Eric A. Barnard grad student Cambridge (Neurotree)
Lewis Wolpert grad student King's College (Neurotree)
Peter D. Mitchell grad student 1951 Cambridge
Wilfred D. Stein grad student 1954 King's College
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Wheeler H, Danielli JF. (1983) Editorial Journal of Social and Biological Systems. 6: 1-2
Wheeler H, Danielli JF. (1981) Preface Journal of Social and Biological Systems. 4: 145
Danielli JF. (1980) Altruism and the internal reward system or the opium of the people Journal of Social and Biological Systems. 3: 87-94
Margulis L, Danielli J, Wolpert L. (1980) Short articles on unsolved problems Journal of Theoretical Biology. 85: 1-2
Danielli JF, DiBerardino MA. (1979) Nuclear transplantation. Overview. International Review of Cytology. Supplement. 1-9
Widdus R, Taylor M, Powers L, et al. (1978) Characteristics of the 'life spanning' phenomenon in Amoeba proteus. Independent nuclear and cytoplasmic ability to impose finite 'life span'. Gerontology. 24: 208-19
Wheeler H, Danielli JF. (1978) Editorial introduction Journal of Social and Biological Systems. 1: 1
Laird MH, Allen HJ, Danielli JF, et al. (1976) The identification of phosphorylated neo-lnositol as an anionic component of the Amoeba cell surface. Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics. 175: 384-91
Allen HJ, Winzler RJ, Danielli JF. (1976) Stimulation of (3H)glucosamine incorporation into the cell surface of Amoeba by pinocytosis. Experimental Cell Research. 100: 408-11
Allen HJ, Ault C, Winzler RJ, et al. (1974) Chemical characterization of the isolated cell surface of Amoeba. The Journal of Cell Biology. 60: 26-38
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