Andrew Hunter

1908-1914 Biochemistry Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, United States 
 1915-1929 Biochemistry University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada 
 1929-1935 Biochemistry University of Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom 
 1935-1947 Pathological Chemistry University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Physiological chemistry
"Andrew Hunter"

(1876 - 1969)
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Emil Abderhalden research scientist 1905-1906 Universität Berlin (Chemistry Tree)
Albrecht Kossel research scientist 1906-1907 Universität Heidelberg (Neurotree)


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David Aylmer Scott grad student 1925 University of Toronto (Chemistry Tree)
Allan Godfrey Gornall grad student 1942 University of Toronto (Chemistry Tree)
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Gornall AG, Hunter A. (1941) A colorimetric method for the determination of citrulline. The Biochemical Journal. 35: 650-8
Hunter A, Woodward HE. (1941) The specificity of arginase: action upon argininic acid. The Biochemical Journal. 35: 1298-306
Gornall AG, Hunter A. (1940) The behaviour of some uramido-acids in the nitrous acid method for the determination of amino-nitrogen. The Biochemical Journal. 34: 192-7
Gornall AG, Hunter A. (1939) l-(+)Citrulline. The Biochemical Journal. 33: 170-2
Hunter A. (1939) Enzymic methods for the preparation of arginine and ornithine. The Biochemical Journal. 33: 27-35
Hunter A. (1938) The action of arginase upon carbamidoarginine. The Biochemical Journal. 32: 826-36
Dauphinee JA, Hunter A. (1930) The rate of liberation of arginine in tryptic digestion. The Biochemical Journal. 24: 1128-47
Hunter A, Borsook H. (1924) The Dissociation Constants of Arginine. The Biochemical Journal. 18: 883-90
Hunter AF. (1921) TWO RETROSPECTIVE FEATURES OF THE TORONTO MEETING. Science (New York, N.Y.). 54: 605-6
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