Stephen Zamenhof

Affiliations: 
Microbiology and Immunology University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 
Area:
microbial genetics and biological chemistry
Website:
http://senate.universityofcalifornia.edu/inmemoriam/StephenZamenhof.htm
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(1911 - 1998)
http://www.jbc.org/content/173/1/327.short
https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/af66/6f160dd75d9c130fdd5832560ef9158eaac5.pdf

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Parents

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Erwin Chargaff grad student 1949 Columbia
 (Studies on desoxypentose nucleic acids and their enzymatic degradation.)

Children

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Sheldon Greer post-doc 1956-1961 Columbia

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Sidney Roberts collaborator UCLA
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Zamenhof S, Guthrie D. (1995) Programmed cell death enhances uniformity in rat cerebral hemispheres. Developmental Neuroscience. 17: 264-6
Zamenhof S. (1994) Quantitative study of DNA contents (cell numbers) in parts of the rat brain. Cytobios. 79: 137-43
Zamenhof S. (1991) Neonatal brain parameters: outstanding tails of normal distribution. Cytobios. 67: 177-81
Zamenhof S. (1991) Depletion of individuals with "Outstandingly high" cerebral development in rats subjected to prenatal undernutrition Nutrition Research. 11: 687-690
Zamenhof S. (1990) Quantitative studies of mitoses: hippocampus of neonatal rat. Neuroscience. 34: 671-4
Zamenhof S. (1990) Differential effects of chronic ingestion of tritiated water on prenatal brain development. Radiation Research. 122: 101-3
Zamenhof S. (1989) Selective sensitive period in chick embryo: toxic effect of exogenous neurotransmitters. Cytobios. 58: 171-7
Zamenhof S. (1987) Quantitative studies of mitoses in fetal rat brain: orientations of the spindles. Brain Research. 428: 143-6
Ahmad G, Zamenhof S. (1987) Toxic effects of phencyclidine on developing chick embryo brain. Life Sciences. 41: 1409-13
Zamenhof S. (1986) Radiation and fetal brain development. Nature. 323: 20
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