Isotopic Tracer Elements and Stereochemistry View Full Text


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DATE

1949-10

AUTHORS

PHILIP E. WILCOX

ABSTRACT

THE interpretations which Ogston1 has placed on certain tracer experiments on metabolic processes have aroused widespread interest in the role of tracer elements in stereochemistry. Ogston's concept has recently been substantiated in the case of citric acid by the experiments of Potter and Heidelberger2. It has implications, however, which go beyond the specific biochemical experiments cited by Ogston. More... »

PAGES

757-757

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