Maurice Raymond Atkinson

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University of Adelaide, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia 
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https://eprints.utas.edu.au/18900/1/whole_AtkinsonMauriceRaymond1954_thesis.pdf

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John Pólya grad student 1954 University of Tasmania
 (Studies on the chemistry of triazoles.)
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Murray AW, Atkinson MR. (1968) Adenosine 5'-phosphorothioate. A nucleotide analog that is a substrate, competitive inhibitor, or regulator of some enzymes that interact with adenosine 5'-phosphate. Biochemistry. 7: 4023-9
ATKINSON MR, MURRAY AW. (1965) INHIBITION OF PRUINE PHOSPHORIBOSYLTRANSFERASES OF EHRLICH ASCITES-TUMOUR CELLS BY 6-MERCAPTOPURINE. The Biochemical Journal. 94: 64-70
ATKINSON MR, JACKSON JF, MORTON RK, et al. (1962) Nicotinamide 6-mercaptopurine dinucleotide and related compounds: potentialsources of 6-mercaptopurine nucleotide in chemotherapy. Nature. 196: 35-6
ATKINSON MR, JACKSON JF, MORTON RK. (1961) Substrate specificity and inhibition of nicotinamide mononucleotideadenylyl transferase of liver nuclei: possible mechanism of effect of 6-mercaptopurine on tumour growth. Nature. 192: 946-8
ATKINSON MR, JOHNSON E, MORTON RK. (1961) Equilibrium constants of phosphoryl transfer from C-1 to C-6 of alpha-D-glucose 1-phosphate and from glucose 6-phosphate to water. The Biochemical Journal. 79: 12-5
ATKINSON MR, JACKSON JF, MORTON RK. (1961) Nicotinamide mononucleotide adenylyltransferase of pig-liver nuclei. The effects of nicotinamide mononucleotide concentration and pH on dinucleotide synthesis. The Biochemical Journal. 80: 318-23
ATKINSON MR, MORTON RK. (1960) Synthesis of nicotinic acid nucleotides. Nature. 188: 58
ATKINSON MR, JOHNSON E, MORTON RK. (1959) Equilibrium constant of the galactokinase reaction and free energy of hydrolysis of adenosine triphosphate. Nature. 184: 1925-7
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