Charles A. Vernon

Affiliations: 
Biological Chemistry University College London, London, United Kingdom 
Area:
enzyme catalysis
Website:
http://www.chem.ucl.ac.uk/resources/history/people/vernon.html
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(1919 - 1993)
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/people/obituary-professor-charles-vernon-1454405.html

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Christopher K. Ingold grad student 1946-1949 UCL
 (never submitted his research for a Ph D)

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Roy Owen Morris grad student 1959 UCL
Graham Hutchings grad student 1975 UCL
Franklin David Rumjanek grad student 1972-1975 UCL (Neurotree)
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Banks BE, Dempsey CE, Vernon CA, et al. (1990) Anti-inflammatory activity of bee venom peptide 401 (mast cell degranulating peptide) and compound 48/80 results from mast cell degranulation in vivo. British Journal of Pharmacology. 99: 350-4
Banks BEC, Vernon CA. (1990) The greenhouse effect and human population (I) Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine. 83: 599
Banks BE, Vernon CA. (1990) The greenhouse effect and human population. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine. 83: 284
Springer CJ, Vernon CA. (1987) On the non-existence of a tryptic peptide with biological activity derived from mouse nerve growth factor Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta (Bba)/Protein Structure and Molecular. 916: 251-255
Barboni E, Kemeny DM, Campos S, et al. (1987) The purification of acid phosphatase from honey bee venom (Apis mellifica) Toxicon. 25: 1097-1103
Dempsey CE, Banks BE, Roberts NA, et al. (1985) Inhibition of prostaglandin biosynthesis by the mast-cell-degranulating agent compound 48/80 but not by the mast-cell-degranulating peptide (peptide-401) from bee venom. Biochemical Pharmacology. 34: 2391-4
Banks BEC, Pearce FL, Springer CJ, et al. (1985) On the immunology of nerve growth factor Neuroscience Letters. 61: 127-130
Vernon CA. (1984) On the catalytic factors involved in the mechanism of aspartate aminotransferase: Chairman's remarks. Biochemical Society Transactions. 12: 420-421
Kemeny DM, Dalton N, Lawrence AJ, et al. (1984) The purification and characterisation of hyaluronidase from the venom of the honey bee, Apis mellifera European Journal of Biochemistry. 139: 217-223
Banks BEC, Vernon CA, Warner JA. (1984) Nerve growth factor has anti-inflammatory activity in the rat hindpaw oedema test Neuroscience Letters. 47: 41-45
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