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Gerty Theresa Radnitz Cori - bibliography

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Biography

Czech-born American biochemist, born August 15, 1896, Prague, Austria-Hungary, now Czechia; died October 26, 1957, St. Louis, Missouri.

Bibliography

  • Gerty Cori:
    The Formation of Hexosephosphate Esters in Frog Muscle.
    Journal of Biological Chemistry, Baltimore, 1936, 116: 119-128.
  • Gerty and Carl Cori:
    Crystalline Muscle Phosphorylase. II. Prosthetic Group.
    Journal of Biological Chemistry, Baltimore, 1943, 151: 31-38.
  • Gerty Cori, A. A. Green:
    Crystalline Muscle Phosphorylase. III. Kinetics.
    Journal of Biological Chemistry, Baltimore, 1943, 151: 39-55.
  • Gerty Cori, Carl Cori, A. A. Green:
    The Enzymatic Conversion of Phosphorylase a to b.
    Journal of Biological Chemistry, Baltimore, 1945, 158: 321-332.
  • Gerty and Carl Cori:
    Action of Amylo-1, 6-glucosidase and Phosphorylase on Glycogen and Amyolopectin.
    Journal of Biological Chemistry, Baltimore, 1951, 188: 17-29.
  • Gerty Cori:
    Glucose-6-phosphatase of the liver in Glycogen Storage Disease.
    With J. Larner. Journal of Biological Chemistry, Baltimore, 1952, 199: 661-667.
  • Gerty and Carl Cori:
    Glycogen Structure and Enzyme Deficiencies in Glycogen Storage Disease.
    With C. F. Cori. In Harvey Lectures, 1952-1953, 48: 145-171.
  • Joseph S. Fruton:
    Cori, Gerty Theresa Radnitz.
    In, Charles Coulston Gillespie. Editor in chief: Dictionary of Scientific Biographies. American council of learned societies. Charles Scribner’s Sons. New York, 1970.
  • Louise S. Grinstein, Carol A. Biermann, and Rose K. Rose:
    Women in the biological sciences : a biobibliographic sourcebook.
    With a foreword by Martha Oakley Chiscon.
    Westport, Connecticut : Greenwood Press, 1997.

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