Jacinto Steinhardt

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Chemistry Georgetown University, Washington, DC 
Area:
vision, physical chemistry of proteins
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(1906 - 1985)
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2213727/
http://books.google.com/books?id=Q6OdkTmpvE8C&lpg=PA113&pg=PA113#v=onepage&q&f=true

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Selig Hecht grad student 1934 Columbia
 (Intensity discrimination in the human eye. I. The relation of ΔI/I to intensity.)
Edwin Joseph Cohn post-doc 1938 Harvard
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Reynolds JA, Gallagher JP, Steinhardt J. (1970) Effect of pH on the binding of N-alkyl sulfates to bovine serum albumin. Biochemistry. 9: 1232-8
Cassel J, Gallagher J, Reynolds JA, et al. (1969) The role of transport phenomena in ion binding studies of serum albumin. Biochemistry. 8: 1706-13
Polet H, Steinhardt J. (1969) Sequential stages in the acid denaturation of horse and human ferrihemoglobins. Biochemistry. 8: 857-64
Reynolds J, Herbert S, Steinhardt J. (1968) The binding of some long-chain fatty acid anions and alcohols by bovine serum albumin. Biochemistry. 7: 1357-61
Polet H, Steinhardt J. (1968) Binding-induced alterations in ultraviolet absorption of native serum albumin. Biochemistry. 7: 1348-56
Reynolds JA, Herbert S, Polet H, et al. (1967) The binding of divers detergent anions to bovine serum albumin. Biochemistry. 6: 937-47
Ray A, Reynolds JA, Polet H, et al. (1966) Binding of large organic anions and neutral molecules by native bovine serum albumin. Biochemistry. 5: 2606-16
Steinhardt J, Polet H, Moezie F. (1966) Acid denaturation of horse carbonylhemoglobin in the absence of oxygen. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 241: 3988-96
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