|University of Cambridge, Sussex|
(1929 - 1971)
KORNER, ASHER (7 February 1929–22 September 1971), biochemist. Following war service in the RAF he completed his education at Trinity College Cambridge (PhD, 1954), and was Director of Studies in Biochemistry at Clare College, Cambridge (Fellow, 1960) and a university lecturer (1960–7). In 1967 he became the first Professor of Biochemistry at the University of Sussex, where his own research methods became widely emulated. He investigated the actions of growth hormone and insulin, the mechanism of control of the synthesis of protein and nucleic acid in mammalian tissues, and the influence of hormones on these processes. He is commemorated at the University of Sussex by the Asher Korner Memorial Lecture and the Korner Travelling Fellowship Fund.
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|Hogan BL, Korner A. (1969) The role of ribosomal subunits and 80-S monomers in polysome formation in an ascites tumour cell. Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta. 169: 139-49|
|Hogan BL, Korner A. (1969) Ribosomal subunits of Landschütz ascites cells during changes in polysome distribution. Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta. 169: 129-38|
|Korner A, Munro A. (1963) Actinomycin inhibition of in vitro protein synthesis in rat liver Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications. 11: 235-238|
|KORNER A, TARVER H. (1957) Studies on protein synthesis in vitro. VI. Incorporation and release of amino acids in particulate preparations from livers of rats. The Journal of General Physiology. 41: 219-31|
|KORNER A, YOUNG FG. (1955) The effect of methylandrostenediol on the weight and protein content of muscles and organs of the rat. The Journal of Endocrinology. 13: 84-9|
|KORNER A, YOUNG FG. (1955) The influence of methylandrostenediol on the body weight and carcass composition of the rat. The Journal of Endocrinology. 13: 78-83|