Henrik Kacser, PhD

Affiliations: 
Genetics University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom 
Area:
Systems Biology, Genetics, Development
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Conrad Hal Waddington research assistant Edinburgh (DevTree)

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Geoffrey Beale collaborator Edinburgh (Neurotree)
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Kacser H, Small JR. (1996) How many phenotypes from one genotype? The case of Prion diseases. Journal of Theoretical Biology. 182: 209-18
Cascante M, Meléndez-Hevia E, Kholodenko B, et al. (1995) Control analysis of transit time for free and enzyme-bound metabolites: physiological and evolutionary significance of metabolic response times. The Biochemical Journal. 308: 895-9
Kacser H. (1995) Recent developments beyond metabolic control analysis. Biochemical Society Transactions. 23: 387-91
Kacser H, Burns JA. (1995) The control of flux. Biochemical Society Transactions. 23: 341-66
Small JR, Kacser H. (1994) A method for increasing the concentration of a specific internal metabolite in steady-state systems. European Journal of Biochemistry / Febs. 226: 649-56
Small JR, Kacser H. (1993) Responses of metabolic systems to large changes in enzyme activities and effectors. 2. The linear treatment of branched pathways and metabolite concentrations. Assessment of the general non-linear case. European Journal of Biochemistry / Febs. 213: 625-40
Small JR, Kacser H. (1993) Responses of metabolic systems to large changes in enzyme activities and effectors. 1. The linear treatment of unbranched chains. European Journal of Biochemistry / Febs. 213: 613-24
Kacser H, Acerenza L. (1993) A universal method for achieving increases in metabolite production. European Journal of Biochemistry / Febs. 216: 361-7
Allison SM, Small JR, Kacser H, et al. (1993) Control analysis of microbial interactions in continuous culture: A simulation study Journal of General Microbiology. 139: 2309-2317
Niederberger P, Prasad R, Miozzari G, et al. (1992) A strategy for increasing an in vivo flux by genetic manipulations. The tryptophan system of yeast. The Biochemical Journal. 287: 473-9
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