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Horst Jatzkewitz - bibliography

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German biochemist, born September 1, 1912; died March 24, 2002.

Bibliography

  • H. Jatzkewitz:
    Ein klinisches Verfahren zur Bestimmung von basischen Suchtmitteln im Harn
    (A clinical procedure for the determination of basic drugs of addiction in urine).
    Hoppe-Seylers Zeitschrift für physiologische Chemie, 1953, 292, 94.
  • H. Jatzkewitz:
    Ueberprüfung und Anwendung eines Klinischen Verfahrens zur Bestimmung von Suchtmitteln im Harn (Examination and application of a clinical procedure for determination of narcotics in urine).
    Deutsche Medizinische Wochenschrift, 1954, 79: 541-543.
  • H. Jatzkewitz, U. Lenz:
    Zur Leistungsfähigkeit einer papierchromatographischen Methode beim klinischen Suchtmittelnachweis an Hand von 1000 laufenden Untersuchungen (The efficiency of a paper chromatographic procedure on 1000 clinical routine examinatious on narcotics).
    Hoppe-Seylers Zeitschrift für physiologische Chemie, 1956, 305: 53-60.
  • H. Jatzkewitz:
    Zwei Typen von Cerebrosid-schwefelsäureestern als sog. Prälipoide und Speichersubstanzen bei der Leukodystrophie, Typ Scholz (metachromatische Form der diffusen Sklerose).
    Hoppe-Seylers Zeitschrift für physiologische Chemie, 1958, 311 (4-6): 279–282.
  • H. Jatzkewitz:
    [Leukodystrophy, Scholz' type, (metachromatic form of diffuse sclerosis) with sphinolipoidosis (cerebroside-sulfuric acid ester storage disease).]
    Article in German.
    Hoppe-Seyler Zeitschrift für physiologische Chemie, May 1960, 318: 265-277.
  • H. Jatzkewitz:
    Zur Biochemie neurologischer und psychiatrischer Krankheitsbilder.
    Deutsche Medizinische Wochenschrift, 1961, 86 (11): 474.
  • E. Mehl, H. Jatzkewitz:
    Eine Cerebrosidsulfatase aus Schweineniere.
    Hoppe-Seyler's Zeitschrift für physiologische Chemie, 1964, 339 (1): 260-276.
    (A cerebrosidesulfatase from swine kidney)
  • E. Mehl, H. Jatzkewitz:
    Evidence for the genetic block in metachromatic leucodystrophy (ML).
    Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, New York, 1965, 19: 407-411.
  • K. Sandhoff, U. Andreae, H. Jatzkewitz:
    Deficient hexosaminidase activity in an exceptional case of Tay-Sachs disease with additional storage of kidney globoside in visceral organs.
    Life Sciences, Oxford, March 15, 1968, 7 (6): 283-288.
    Pathologia europaea, London, 1968, 3 (2): 278.
  • E. Mehl, H. Jatzkewitz:
    Cerebroside 3-sulfate as a physiological substrate of arylsulfatase A.
    Biochimica et biophysica acta, March 25, 1968, 151 (3): 619-627.
  • H. Jatzkewitz, E. Mehl:
    Cerebroside-sulphatase and arylsulphatase A deficiency in metachromatic leukodystrophy (ML).
    Journal of Neurochemistry, January 1969, 16 (1): 19-28.
  • K. Sandhoff, K. Harzer, W. Wassle, H. Jatzkewitz:
    Enzyme alterations and lipid storage in three variants of Tay-Sachs disease.
    Journal of Neurochemistry, 1971, 18: 2469-2489.
  • H. Jatzkewitz, K. Stinshoff:
    An activator of cerebroside sulfatase in human normal liver and in cases of congenital metachromatic leukodystrophy.
    FEBS Letters, 1973, 32: 129-131.
  • W. Mraz, H. Jatzkewitz:
    Cerebroside sulphatase activity of arylsulphatases from various invertebrates.
    Hoppe-Seylers Zeitschrift für physiologische Chemie, January 1974, 355 (1): 33-44.
  • R. Pellkofer, H. Jatzkewitz:
    The enzymic degradation of cerebrosides and sulphatides in human demyelination due to disseminated sclerosis and encephalitis, and to Tay-Sachs disease.
    Acta neuropathologica, Berlin, 1974, 29 (1):25-35.
  • K. Stinshoff, H. Jatzkewitz:
    Comparison of the cerebroside sulphatase and the arylsulphatase activity of human sulphatase A in the absence of activators.
    Biochimica et biophysica acta, January 23, 1975, 377 (1): 126-38.
  • G. Fischer, H. Jatzkewitz:
    The activator of cerebroside sulphatase. Purification from human liver and identification as a protein.
    Hoppe-Seyler Zeitschrift für physiologische Chemie, May 1975, 356 (5): 605-613.
  • W. Mraz, G. Fischer, H. Jatzkewitz:
    The activator of human cerebroside sulphatase. Activating effect on the acidic forms of the sulphatases from invertebrates.
    Hoppe-Seyler Zeitschrift für physiologische Chemie, February 1976, 357 (2): 20121-6.
  • H. Jatzkewitz, K. Sandhoff:
    [Sphingolipid storage disease as an example of a molecular neuropathology] Article in German.
    Archiv fur Psychiatrie und Nervenkrankheiten, April 30, 1976, 30, 221 (3): 213-225.
  • W. Mraz, G. Fischer, H. Jatzkewitz:
    Low molecular weight proteins in secondary lysosomes as activators of different sphingolipid hydrolases. FEBS Letters, August 1, 1976, 67 (1): 104-109.
  • W. Mraz, G. Fischer, H. Jatzkewitz:
    The activator of cerebroside sulphatase. Lysosomal localization.
    Hoppe-Seyler Zeitschrift für physiologische Chemie, August 1976, 357 (8): 1181-1191.
  • W. Mraz, H. Jatzkewitz:
    Cerebroside sulphatase activity of arylsulphatase (acidic forms) from invertebrates in the absence of activators.
    Hoppe-Seyler Zeitschrift für physiologische Chemie, August 1976, 357 (8): 1193-1195.
  • R. Pellkofer, H. Jatzkewitz:
    Alteration of myelin biosynthesis in slices of rabbit spinal cord by antiserum to myelin basic protein and by puromycin.
    Journal of Neurochemistry, August 1976, 27 (2): 351-354.
  • S. Reiter, G. Fischer, H. Jatzkewitz:
    Degradation of seminolipid by a lipase in secondary lysosomes.
    FEBS Letters, October 1, 1976, 68 (2): 250-254.
  • G. Fischer, H. Jatzkewitz:
    The activator of cerebroside sulphatase. Binding studies with enzyme and substrate demonstrating the detergent function of the activator protein.
    Biochimica et biophysica acta, April 12, 1977, 481 (2):561-572.
  • H. Jatzkewitz:
    Existence, localization and some properties of the activators of sphingolipid hydrolases.
    Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology, New York, 1978, 101: 561-571
  • G. Fischer, H. Jatzkewitz:
    Studies on the function of the activator of sulphatase A.
    Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology, 1978, 101: 573-582.
  • G. Fischer, H. Jatzkewitz:
    The activator of cerebroside-sulphatase. A model of the activation.
    Biochimica et biophysica acta, January 1978, 27, 528 (1): 69-76.
  • G. Fischer, S.Reiter, Jatzkewitz:
    Enzymic hydrolysis of sulphosphingolipids and sulphoglycerolipids by sulphatase A in the presence and absence of activator protein.
    Hoppe-Seylers Zeitschrift für physiologische Chemie, July 1978, 359 (7): 863-866.
  • H. Jatzkewitz:
    [Chance and discovery in research on the cause of infantile amaurotic idiocy] Article in German.
    Die Naturwissenschaften, May 1981, 68 (5): 257-262.
  • H. Jatzkewitz:
    The visual system in myelin disorders. Isolation for biochemical studies.
    Bulletin de la Société belge d'ophtalmologie, November 1983, 208 (part 1): 45-6.
  • H. Jatzkewitz:
    The visual system in myelin disorders. Biochemistry: chemical composition and molecular organisation.
    Bulletin de la Société belge d'ophtalmologie, November 1983, 208 (part 1): 1:79-81.
  • H. Jatzkewitz:
    The visual system in myelin disorders. Enzymology, metabolism and turnover.
    Bulletin de la Société belge d'ophtalmologie, November 1983, 208 (part 1): 1:83-84
  • H. Jatzkewitz:
    Neurochemie Eine Einführung. Stuttgart : Thieme/Enke/Hippokrates, 1978.

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