Edward Joseph Conway

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1921-1968 University College Dublin, Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland 
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Biochemistry
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https://royalsocietypublishing.org/doi/10.1098/rsbm.1969.0003
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(1894-1968)

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Dee E, Conway EJ. (1968) The relation between sodium ion content and efflux of labelled sodium ions from yeast. The Biochemical Journal. 107: 265-71
CONWAY EJ, DUGGAN PF, KERNAN RP. (1963) FURTHER STUDIES ON THE NATURE OF THE PHYSIOLOGICAL K-CARRIER IN YEAST. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy. Section B: Biological, Geological, and Chemical Science. 63: 93-102
CONWAY EJ. (1963) Significance of various factors including lactic dehydrogenase on the active transport of sodium ions in skeletal muscle. Nature. 198: 760-3
CONWAY EJ, KERNAN RP, ZADUNAISKY JA. (1961) The sodium pump in skeletal muscle in relation to energy barriers. The Journal of Physiology. 155: 263-79
CAREY MJ, CONWAY EJ, KERNAN RP. (1959) Secretion of sodium ions by the frog's sartorius. The Journal of Physiology. 148: 51-82
CAREY M, CONWAY EJ. (1956) Active secretion of sodium ions from isolated sodium-rich skeletal muscle. Nature. 178: 644-5
CONWAY EJ, KERNAN RP. (1955) The effect of redox dyes on the active transport of hydrogen, potassium and sodium ions across the yeast cell membrane. The Biochemical Journal. 61: 32-6
CONWAY EJ, RYAN H, CARTON E. (1954) Active transport of sodium ions from the yeast cell. The Biochemical Journal. 58: 158-67
CONWAY EJ, HINGERTY D. (1953) The effects of cortisone, deoxycorticosterone and other steroids on the active transport of sodium and potassium ions in yeast. The Biochemical Journal. 55: 455-8
CONWAY EJ. (1950) Some aspects of muscle physiology. Irish Journal of Medical Science. 209-15
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