Alexander George Ogston

Affiliations: 
Biochemistry University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom 
Area:
physical biochemistry
Website:
https://www.science.org.au/fellowship/fellows/biographical-memoirs/alexander-george-ogston-1911-1996
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(1911 - 1996)
DOI: 10.1098/rsbm.1999.0024
http://www.jstor.org/stable/770281

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Ronald P. Bell grad student 1937 Oxford

Children

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Rupert Arthur Victor Cecil grad student 1949 Oxford
Oliver Smithies grad student 1951 Oxford
Robert  Lesh Baldwin grad student 1954 Oxford
Baruch S. Blumberg grad student 1955-1957 Oxford
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Ogston AG. (1983) EXCLUDED-VOLUME INTERACTIONS OF NEUTRAL POLYMERS IN SOLUTION. Chem and Technol of Water-Soluble Polym. 203-213
Ogston AG. (1982) A new relationship between kinetic and equilibrium parameters of reversible enzyme reactions. Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta. 707: 289-90
Nichol LW, Ogston AG, Wills PR. (1981) Effect of inert polymers on protein self-association. Febs Letters. 126: 18-20
Nichol LW, Ogston AG. (1981) Ampholyte-micelle equilibria. A new method for estimating micelle size and the association constant Journal of Physical Chemistry. 85: 1173-1176
Ogston AG, Preston BN. (1979) The molecular compression of dextran. The Biochemical Journal. 183: 1-9
Ogston AG, Michel CC. (1978) General descriptions of passive transport of neutral solute and solvent through membranes. Progress in Biophysics and Molecular Biology. 34: 197-217
Ogston AG. (1978) Ogston and the development of prochirality theory (reply) Nature. 276: 676
Ogston AG. (1977) Life with a Svedberg Ultracentrifuge Trends in Biochemical Sciences. 2: N208-N210
Ziman JM, Atiyah MF, Andrewes CH, et al. (1976) International transfers Nature. 260: 386
Baghurst PA, Nichol LW, Ogston AG, et al. (1975) Quantitative interpretation of concentration-dependent migration in gel chromatography of reversibly polymerizing solutes. The Biochemical Journal. 147: 575-83
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