Marjory Stephenson

1919-1948 University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England, United Kingdom 
"Marjory Stephenson"

(1885 - 1948)

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John Yudkin grad student 1935 Cambridge (Physiology Academic Tree)
Donald Devereux Woods grad student 1937 Cambridge (FlyTree)
Ernest Frederick Gale grad student 1939 Cambridge (Microtree)
Ronald Davies grad student 1943 Cambridge (Microtree)
John Frome Wilkinson grad student 1950 Cambridge (Microtree)
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Gale EF, Stephenson M. (2006) l-Malic dehydrogenase and codehydrogenase of Bacterium coli. The Biochemical Journal. 33: 1245-56
Gale EF, Stephenson M. (2006) Factors influencing bacterial deamination: Factors influencing the activity of dl-serine deaminase in Bacterium coli. The Biochemical Journal. 32: 392-404
Stephenson M, Gale EF. (2006) Factors influencing bacterial deamination: The deamination of glycine, dl-alanine and l-glutamic acid by Bacterium coli. The Biochemical Journal. 31: 1316-1322.1
Stephenson M, Gale EF. (2006) The adaptability of glucozymase and galactozymase in Bacterium coli. The Biochemical Journal. 31: 1311-5
Stephenson M, Yudkin J. (1936) Galactozymase considered as an adaptive enzyme Biochemical Journal. 30: 506-514
Stephenson M, Stickland LH. (1932) Hydrogenlyases: Bacterial enzymes liberating molecular hydrogen. Biochemical Journal. 26: 712-724
Stephenson M, Stickland LH. (1931) Hydrogenase: a bacterial enzyme activating molecular hydrogen: The properties of the enzyme. Biochemical Journal. 25: 205-214
Stephenson M. (1928) On lactic dehydrogenase: A cell-free enzyme preparation obtained from bacteria. Biochemical Journal. 22: 605-614
Quastel JH, Stephenson M. (1926) Experiments on "Strict" Anaerobes: The Relationship of B. sporogenes to Oxygen. Biochemical Journal. 20: 1125-1137
Quastel JH, Stephenson M. (1925) Further Observations on the Anaerobic Growth of Bacteria Biochemical Journal. 19: 660-666
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