Reinhold Benesch

Columbia University, New York, NY 
"Reinhold Benesch"

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Henry B. Bull grad student 1950 Northwestern
 (Electrometric studies on biologically occurring thiols and their mercaptides by means of: 1. silver at the rotating platinum electrode, 2. organic mercury compounds at the dropping mercury electrode.)


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Ruth E. Benesch collaborator 1946-1986 Columbia
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Shorr RG, Kwong S, Gilbert C, et al. (1999) Changes in the functional properties of bovine hemoglobin induced by covalent modification with polyethylene glycol. Artificial Cells, Blood Substitutes, and Immobilization Biotechnology. 27: 185-202
Benesch RE, Kwong S. (1995) Coupled reactions in hemoglobin. Heme-globin and dimer-dimer association. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 270: 13785-6
Benesch RE. (1994) The stability of the heme-globin linkage: measurement of heme exchange. Methods in Enzymology. 231: 496-502
Benesch RE. (1994) Bis(pyridoxal) polyphosphates as specific intramolecular cross-linking agents for hemoglobin. Methods in Enzymology. 231: 267-74
Benesch RE, Kwong S. (1994) Quantitative transformation of hemoglobin into stable tetramers. Hemoglobin. 18: 185-92
Benesch RE, Kwong S. (1991) Hemoglobin tetramers stabilized by a single intramolecular cross-link. Journal of Protein Chemistry. 10: 503-10
Benesch RE, Kwong S. (1990) The stability of the heme-globin linkage in some normal, mutant, and chemically modified hemoglobins. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 265: 14881-5
Keipert PE, Adeniran AJ, Kwong S, et al. (1989) Functional properties of a new crosslinked hemoglobin designed for use as a red cell substitute. Transfusion. 29: 768-73
Benesch RE, Kwong S. (1988) Bis-pyridoxal polyphosphates: a new class of specific intramolecular crosslinking agents for hemoglobin. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications. 156: 9-14
Benesch RE, Kwong S, Hudson BB, et al. (1988) p-Aminobenzoylpolyglutamates with hydrophobic end groups. A new class of inhibitors of hemoglobin S polymerization. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 263: 69-71
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