David Shemin - Publications

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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1957 SCHIFFMANN E, SHEMIN D. Further studies on the utilization of delta-aminolevulinic acid for porphyrin synthesis. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 225: 623-628. PMID 13416265  0.301
1950 RADIN NS, RITTENBERG D, SHEMIN D. The rôle of acetic acid in the biosynthesis of heme. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 184: 755-67. PMID 15428460  0.74
1950 RADIN NS, RITTENBERG D, SHEMIN D. The rôle of glycine in the biosynthesis of heme. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 184: 745-53. PMID 15428459  0.728
1950 LONDON IM, WEST R, SHEMIN D, RITTENBERG D. Porphyrin formation and hemoglobin metabolism in congenital porphyria. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 184: 365-71. PMID 15422005  0.709
1950 LONDON IM, WEST R, SHEMIN D, RITTENBERG D. On the origin of bile pigment in normal man. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 184: 351-8. PMID 15422003  0.694
1948 RITTENBERG D, SPROUL EE, SHEMIN D. Rate of protein formation in the livers of partially hepatectomized rats. Federation Proceedings. 7: 180. PMID 18938446  0.62
1948 LONDON IM, SHEMIN D, RITTENBERG D. The study of hemoglobin metabolism in man with the aid of the isotope technique. The Journal of Clinical Investigation. 27: 547. PMID 18935179  0.703
1948 SHEMIN D, LONDON IM, RITTENBERG D. The in vitro synthesis of heme from glycine by the nucleated red blood cell. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 173: 799. PMID 18910735  0.748
1948 LONDON IM, SHEMIN D, RITTENBERG D. The in vitro synthesis of heme in the human red blood cell of sickle cell anemia. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 173: 797. PMID 18910734  0.738
1948 ABRAMS R, HAMMARSTEN E, SHEMIN D. Glycine as a precursor of purines in yeast. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 173: 429. PMID 18902416  0.605
1948 SHEMIN D, LONDON IM, RITTENBERG D. The in vitro synthesis of heme from glycine by the nucleated red blood cell. Federation Proceedings. 7: 188. PMID 18860113  0.748
1947 LONDON IM, SHEMIN D, RITTENBERG D. The application of the isotope technique to the study of the rates of formation of blood constituents in man. The Journal of Clinical Investigation. 26: 1188. PMID 20340952  0.711
1947 SHEMIN D, RITTENBERG D. On the utilization of glycine for uric acid synthesis in man. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 167: 875. PMID 20287924  0.703
1946 SHEMIN D, RITTENBERG D. Studies on the formation of heme and on the average life time of the human red blood cell. Federation Proceedings. 5: 153. PMID 21066772  0.681
1946 RITTENBERG D, SHEMIN D. The metabolism of proteins and amino acids. Annual Review of Biochemistry. 15: 247-72. PMID 20995970 DOI: 10.1146/Annurev.Bi.15.070146.001335  0.692
1946 SHEMIN D, RITTENBERG D. The life span of the human red blood cell. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 166: 627-36. PMID 20276177  0.674
1946 SHEMIN D, RITTENBERG D. The biological utilization of glycine for the synthesis of the protoporphyrin of hemoglobin. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 166: 621-5. PMID 20276176  0.679
1939 Shemin D, Herbst RM. The synthesis of dl-β-cyclohexylalanine Journal of the American Chemical Society. 61: 2471-2772. DOI: 10.1021/Ja01878A062  0.605
1938 Shemin D, Herbst RM. The condensation of α-keto acids and acetamide Journal of the American Chemical Society. 60: 1954-1957. DOI: 10.1021/Ja01275A067  0.642
1938 Shemin D, Herbst RM. The synthesis of dipeptides from α-keto acids Journal of the American Chemical Society. 60: 1951-1954. DOI: 10.1021/Ja01275A066  0.66
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