Hermann Lehmann

Biochemistry University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England, United Kingdom 
abnormal haemoglobins
"Hermann Lehmann"

(1910 - 1985)


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Ernst Moro grad student 1934 Universität Basel
 (M.D. thesis: Salzsäureproduktion im Säuglingsmagen nach Histaminreiz, beobachtet mittels fraktionierter Ausheberung)
Joseph Needham grad student 1938 Cambridge (DevTree)
 (Aspects of carbohydrate metabolism in the absence of molecular oxygen.)


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Deborah Charlesworth post-doc 1968-1969 Cambridge (Evolution Tree)


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Max F. Perutz collaborator MRC-LMB (Chemistry Tree)
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Grifoni V, Kamuzora H, Lehmann H, et al. (1975) A new Hb variant: Hb F Sardinia gamma75(E19) isoleucine leads to threonine found in a family with Hb G Philadelphia, beta-chain deficiency and a Lepore-like haemoglobin indistinguishable from Hb A2. Acta Haematologica. 53: 347-55
Morimoto H, Lehmann H, Perutz MF. (1971) Molecular pathology of human haemoglobin: Stereochemical interpretation of abnormal oxygen affinities [15] Nature. 232: 408-413
Lehmann H, Charlesworth D. (1970) Observations on haemoglobin P (Congo type). The Biochemical Journal. 119: 43P
Lorkin PA, Charlesworth D, Lehmann H, et al. (1970) Two haemoglobins Q, alpha-74 (EF3) and alpha-75 (EF4) aspartic acid to histidine. British Journal of Haematology. 19: 117-25
Barclay GP, Charlesworth D, Lehmann H. (1969) Abnormal haemoglobins in Zambia. A new haemoglobin Zambia alpha-60 (E9) lysine--asparagine. British Medical Journal. 4: 595-6
Perutz MF, Lehmann H. (1968) Molecular pathology of human haemoglobin. Nature. 219: 902-9
Needham J, Lehmann H. (1937) Intermediary carbohydrate metabolism in embryonic life: Glyceraldehyde and glucolysis. The Biochemical Journal. 31: 1913-25
Needham J, Lehmann H. (1937) Intermediary carbohydrate metabolism in embryonic life: Phosphorylation cycles. VI. Glucolysis without phosphorylation. VII. Experiments on the nature of non-phosphorylating glucolysis. The Biochemical Journal. 31: 1210-54
NEEDHAM J, LEHMANN H. (1937) Glyceraldehyde and Embryonic Glucolysis Nature. 140: 198-198
NEEDHAM J, LEHMANN H. (1937) Glucolysis without Phosphorylation in the Chick Embryo Nature. 139: 368-369
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