David Shemin

Affiliations: 
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Northwestern University, Evanston, IL 
Area:
using stable nitrogen isotopes to trace the mechanism of construction of red blood cells
Website:
http://www.nytimes.com/1991/11/28/us/david-shemin-80-expert-on-structure-of-blood-molecules.html
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(1911 - 1991)
http://www.nasonline.org/member-directory/deceased-members/50540.html
http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1749-6632.1979.tb14136.x

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Robert M. Herbst grad student 1938 Columbia
 (Peptide syntheses from alpha-keto acids)
David Rittenberg post-doc 1944 Columbia
Einar Hammarsten post-doc 1947 Karolinska
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SCHIFFMANN E, SHEMIN D. (1957) Further studies on the utilization of delta-aminolevulinic acid for porphyrin synthesis. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 225: 623-628
RADIN NS, RITTENBERG D, SHEMIN D. (1950) The rôle of acetic acid in the biosynthesis of heme. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 184: 755-67
RADIN NS, RITTENBERG D, SHEMIN D. (1950) The rôle of glycine in the biosynthesis of heme. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 184: 745-53
LONDON IM, WEST R, SHEMIN D, et al. (1950) Porphyrin formation and hemoglobin metabolism in congenital porphyria. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 184: 365-71
LONDON IM, WEST R, SHEMIN D, et al. (1950) On the origin of bile pigment in normal man. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 184: 351-8
RITTENBERG D, SPROUL EE, SHEMIN D. (1948) Rate of protein formation in the livers of partially hepatectomized rats. Federation Proceedings. 7: 180
LONDON IM, SHEMIN D, RITTENBERG D. (1948) The study of hemoglobin metabolism in man with the aid of the isotope technique. The Journal of Clinical Investigation. 27: 547
SHEMIN D, LONDON IM, RITTENBERG D. (1948) The in vitro synthesis of heme from glycine by the nucleated red blood cell. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 173: 799
LONDON IM, SHEMIN D, RITTENBERG D. (1948) The in vitro synthesis of heme in the human red blood cell of sickle cell anemia. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 173: 797
ABRAMS R, HAMMARSTEN E, SHEMIN D. (1948) Glycine as a precursor of purines in yeast. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 173: 429
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