Jesse Philip Greenstein

Affiliations: 
Biochemistry National Cancer Institute, Rockville, MD, United States 
Area:
Production and Analysis of Optically Pure Amino Acid Stereoisomers
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(1902 - 1959)
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Parents

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Charles August Kraus grad student 1930 Brown
Philip Henry Mitchell grad student 1930 Brown
 (Electrometric determinations of the dissociation of glycocoll and simple peptides)
Edwin Joseph Cohn post-doc 1931 Harvard
Max Bergmann post-doc 1932 Kaiser Wilhelm Institut at Dresden
Carl L.A. Schmidt post-doc 1933 UC Berkeley

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Leon Levintow research scientist National Cancer Institute (FlyTree)
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Zervas L, Winitz M, Greenstein JP. (1961) Studies on arginine peptides. III. On the structure of tricarbobenzoxy-L-arginine Journal of the American Chemical Society. 83: 3300-3303
GREENSTEIN JP, OTEY MC, BIRNBAUM SM, et al. (1960) Quantitative nutritional studies with water-soluble, chemically defined diets. X. Formulation of a nutritionally complete liquid diet. Journal of the National Cancer Institute. 24: 211-9
RADWIN HM, RECHCIGL M, GREENSTEIN JP. (1960) The effect of diet on growth and nitrogen balance after injury. Surgery. 48: 687-97
SUGIMURA T, BIRNBAUM SM, WINITZ M, et al. (1959) Quantitative nutritional studies with water-soluble, chemically defined diets. IX. Further studies on d-glucosaminecontaining diets. Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics. 83: 521-7
AKABORI S, OTANI TT, MARSHALL R, et al. (1959) A synthesis and resolution of DL-serine. Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics. 83: 1-9
SUGIMURA T, BIRNBAUM SM, WINITZ M, et al. (1959) Quantitative nutritional studies with water-soluble, chemically defined diets. VIII. The forced feeding of diets each lacking in one essential amino acid. Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics. 81: 448-55
SUGIMURA T, BIRNBAUM SM, WINITZ M, et al. (1959) Quantitative nutritional studies with water-soluble, chemically defined diets. VII. Nitrogen balance in normal and tumor-bearing rats following forced feeding. Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics. 81: 439-47
BENOITON L, BIRNBAUM SM, WINITZ M, et al. (1959) The enzymic resolution of beta-methylaspartic acid with acylase II. Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics. 81: 434-8
Benoiton L, Winitz M, Colman RF, et al. (1959) Studies on diastereoisomeric α-amino acids and corresponding α-hydroxy acids. X. The preparation of β-hydroxy-β-methylaspartic acid Journal of the American Chemical Society. 81: 1726-1729
Zervas L, Benoiton L, Weiss E, et al. (1959) Preparation and bisulfide interchange reactions of unsymmetrical open-chain derivatives of cystine Journal of the American Chemical Society. 81: 1729-1734
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