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Biography

Original name Ernster László Hungarian cell biologist, born 1920, Budapest, died November 4, 1998, Sweden.

Bibliography

  • Olov Lindberg, Lars Ernster:
    Chemistry and physiology of mitochondria and microsomes. Springer-Verlag, 1954.
  • Giovanni Felice Azzone and Lars Ernster:
    Respiratory Control and Compartmentation of Substrate Level Phosphorylation in Liver Mitochondria.
    The Journal of Biological Chemistry, Baltimore, 1961, 236: 1501-1509.
  • Giovanni Felice Azzone and Lars Ernster:
    Compartmentation of Mitochondrial Phosphorylations as Disclosed by Studies with Arsenate. The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1961, 236: 1510-1517.
  • Giovanni Felice Azzone and Lars Ernster:
    Demonstration of a Requirement of High Energy Phosphate for the Aerobic Oxidation of Succinate in Liver Mitochondria.
    The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1961, 236: 1518-1525.
  • Jennie M. Smoly, Bo Kuylenstierna, and Lars Ernster:
    Topological and Functional Organization of the Mitochondrion.
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, May 15, 1970, 66 (1): 125-131.
  • Lars Ernster and Sten Orrenius:
    Dynamic organization of endoplasmic reticulum membranes.
    Drug Metabolism and Disposition, Bethesda, MD, 1973 1: 66-73.
  • Joseph W. DePierra and Lars Ernster:
    Enzyme Topology of Intracellular Membranes.
    Annual Review of Biochemistry, Volume 46, 1977.
  • C. P. Lee, L. Ernster, G. Schatz, G. Dallner:
    Mitochondria and microsomes : in honor of Lars Ernster.
    Reading, Massachusetts : Addison-Wesley, Advanced Book Program, 1981.
  • C. P. Lee and L. Ernster:
    Equilibrium studies of the energy-dependent and non-energy-dependent pyridine nucleotide transhydrogenase reactions. 1964.
    Biochimica et Biophysica Acta, Amsterdam 1989, 1000: 377-380
  • L. Ernster:
    Keilin Memorial Lecture. The merger of bioenergetics and molecular biology.
    Biochemical Society Transactions, London, May 1994, 22 (2): 253-265. Biographical etc.
  • Gustav Dellner: Obituary: Lars Ernster.
  • G. F. Azzone. C.-P. Lee:
    Lars Ernster (1920-1998).
    Trends in Biochemical Sciences, Cambridge, UK, May 1, 1999, 24 (5): 166-167.
  • Special issue: Lars Ernster commemorative issue.
    Free Radical Biology & Medicine, Tarrytown, NY, August 2000, 29 (3-4): 201-383.
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