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  1. Na, K-ATPase: Structure and Kinteics
  2. The Na+, K+ -Pump. Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Na+, K+ -ATPase, held in Denmark, June 14-19, 1987. [Progress in clinical and biological research, volumes 268A & 268B]. by Jens C. et al., eds. Skou, 1988
  3. Na+, K+-pump by Jens C, etc. Skou, 1988-09

81. Zientzia Eta Teknologiaren Ataria
urtean) molekula sintetizatzea lortu zuen. Paul D. Boyer, John E. Walkereta jens C. skou ikertzaileek jaso dute aurtengo Kimikako nobel Saria.

82. Premi Nobel Per La Chimica
Translate this page Premi nobel per la Chimica. 1901 Jacobus di ATP. jens C. skou (Danimarca,1918) Studi sugli enzimi trasportatori di ioni. 1998 Walter

83. Winners Of The Nobel Prize In Chemistry
brought to you by. The nobel Prize Internet Archive. 1998. jens C. skou for thefirst discovery of an iontransporting enzyme, Na + , K + -ATPase. 1996.
Nobel Prize in Chemistry Winners 1998-1901 brought to you by The Nobel Prize Internet Archive Proposal: Benoit Champagne for his elucidation of chaotic trajectories of drunken dancers The prize was divided, one half being awarded jointly to: P AUL D. B OYER and J OHN E. W ALKER for their elucidation of the enzymatic mechanism underlying the synthesis of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) and with one half to: J ENS C. S KOU for the first discovery of an ion-transporting enzyme, Na , K -ATPase. The prize was awarded jointly to: R OBERT F. C URL, ... ROTO , and R ICHARD E. S MALLEY for their discovery of fullerenes. The prize was awarded jointly to: P AUL C RUTZEN ... OLINA , and F S HERWOOD R ... OWLAND for their work in atmospheric chemistry, particularly concerning the formation and decomposition of ozone. G EORGE A O ... LAH for his contribution to carbocation chemistry. The prize was awarded for contributions to the developments of methods within DNA-based chemistry equally between: K ARY B M ... ULLIS for his invention of the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) method. and M ICHAEL S MITH for his fundamental contributions to the establishment of oligonucleiotide-based, site-directed mutagenesis and its development for protein studies.

84. Nobel Prizes For Chemistry
nobel Prize for Chemistry. For years not listed, no award was made. 1901. 1997.Paul D. Boyer (US), jens C. skou (Denmark), and John E. Walker (UK), for
Nobel Prize for Chemistry For years not listed, no award was made. Jacobus H. van't Hoff (Netherlands), for laws of chemical dynamics and osmotic pressure in solutions Emil Fischer (Germany), for experiments in sugar and purin groups of substances Svante A. Arrhenius (Sweden), for his electrolytic theory of dissociation Sir William Ramsay (U.K.), for discovery and determination of place of inert gaseous elements in air Adolf von Baeyer (Germany), for work on organic dyes and hydroaromatic combinations Henri Moissan (France), for isolation of fluorine, and introduction of electric furnace Eduard Buchner (Germany), discovery of cell-less fermentation and investigations in biological chemistry Sir Ernest Rutherford (U.K.), for investigations into disintegration of elements Wilhelm Ostwald (Germany), for work on catalysis and investigations into chemical equilibrium and reaction rates Otto Wallach (Germany), for work in the field of alicyclic compounds Marie Curie (France), for discovery of elements radium and polonium Victor Grignard (France), for reagent discovered by him; and Paul Sabatier (France), for methods of hydrogenating organic compounds

85. Nicolas Rivière - Site Perso.
PRIX nobel DE MacDiarmid, Hideki Shirakawa 1999 Ahmed H. Zewail 1998 Walter Kohn,John A. Pople 1997 Paul D. Boyer, John E. Walker, jens C. skou 1996 Robert F

86. John Walker Winner Of The 1997 Nobel Prize In Chemistry
Featured Internet Links Prize Corecipient Paul D. Boyer; Prize Co-recipientJens C. skou; 1997 nobel Prize in Chemistry announcement and background; Medical

87. Nobel Laureates - 7. Lectures And Nobel Laureates - NIH 1999
nobel Laureates. Laureate, Field, Year, Supporting Institute(s). JensC. skou, Denmark (shared with PD Boyer), .do, 1997, NINDS.

88. Nobel Prize In Chemistry - Wikipedia
Sir Harold Kroto, Richard Smalley 1997 Paul D. Boyer, John E. Walker, jens C. Skou1998 Walter Kohn Source http//,

89. El Paper
Keynes and Alan Hodgkins at the beginning of the 1950s (Hodgkins received the NobelPrize in 1963 With this as the starting point jens C. skou searched for an
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ATP - the universal energy carrier in the living cell
The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences has decided to award the 1997 Nobel Prize in Chemistry with one half to: Professor Paul D. Boyer, University of California, Los Angeles, USA, and
Dr. John E. Walker, Medical Research Council Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Cambridge, United Kingdom; for their elucidation of the enzymatic mechanism underlying the synthesis of adenosine triphosphate (ATP); and with one half to Professor Jens C. Skou, Aarhus University, Denmark for the first discovery of an ion-transporting enzyme, Na+, K+-ATPase. The three laureates have performed pioneering work on enzymes that participate in the conversion of the "high-energy" compound adenosine triphosphate (ATP).
ATP synthase - an exceptional molecular machine
The German chemist Karl Lohmann discovered ATP in 1929. Adenosine triphosphate (ATP) consists of the nucleoside adenosine linked to three phosphate groups. On removal of the outermost phosphate group, adenosine diphosphate (ADP) is formed while at the same time the energy released can be employed for other reactions. Conversely, with the help of energy, an inorganic phosphate group can be bound to ADP and form ATP. Considerable quantities of ATP are formed and consumed. At rest, an adult converts daily a quantity of ATP corresponding to about one half body-weight, and during hard work the quantity can rise to almost a ton. Most of the ATP synthesis is carried out by the enzyme ATP synthase. At rest Na+, K+-ATPase uses up a third of all ATP formed.

90. International Events In October 1997
nobel Prize for Chemistry is being divided, one half awarded jointly to Prof. JensC. skou (Aarhus University, Denmark) for discovery of an ion

91. Article
biochemists, and three of them (Paul Boyer, John Walker, and jensChristian skou)are working 1.Kayalar, C., Rosing, J., and Boyer, PD (1977) J. Biol
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All 1997 Nobel Prize Winners in Chemistry and in Physiology and Medicine are Biochemists
Paul Boyer
John Walker

Jens-Christian Skou

Stanley Prusiner

The decisions of the Nobel Committee in Chemistry and in Physiology and Medicine have demonstrated once more the key position of biochemistry in the system of chemical and human sciences. All four Nobel Prize winners are biochemists, and three of them (Paul Boyer, John Walker, and Jens-Christian Skou) are working in the branch of biochemistry which is called "bioenergetics". I am also a bioenergeticist, and it is impossible for me to refrain from the temptation to stress that the time period between the awarding of Nobel Prizes to bioenergeticists has decreased: there were 10 years between the Nobel Prizes to P. Mitchell (1978) and H. Michel (1988) and only 9 years between the Nobel Prizes of H. Michel and P. Boyer. The victory of Boyer and Walker is the most remarkable for me personally because justice was done to the "main" enzyme of bioenergeticsthe proton ATP-synthase. Suffice it to say that H -ATP-synthase is responsible for ATP synthesis in animals, plants, fungi, and most aerobic photosynthetic bacteria, i.e., in practically all living beings on the Earth. In the human body this enzyme-toiler synthesizes about 40 kg of ATP daily which is consumed during the different types of work in our organs and cells.

92. Premio Nobel De Química 2000 - Diario De Yucatán
transportadora de iones, Na+,K+-ATPase . 1996. Robert F. Curl Jr.
Premios Nóbel 2000
El Premio Nóbel en Química
La Química es una de las cinco áreas que menciona Alfred Nóbel en su testamento. Este premio deberá ser dado a "quien haya realizado el mejor descubrimiento o mejoramiento químico". La Academia Real Sueca de Ciencias es la encargada de elegir al ganador anual.
Ganadores 1981 - 1999 Ahmed H. Zewail "por sus estudios en la transición de estados de las reacciones químicas utilizando un espectroscopio femtosegundo"
Walter Kohn
"por su desarrollo de la teoría densidad-funcional"
John A. Pople
"por su desarrollo de métodos computacionales en química cuántica"
Paul D. Boyer
"por su explicación del mecanismo enzimático que yace bajo la síntesis de la adenosina trifosfato (ATP)"
John E. Walker

93. Fq - Prémios Nobel Da Química
Temas disponíveis Ácido-base Astronomia Átomo Dinâmica Electricidade Energia Estado gasoso Laboratório Orgânica Precipitação Reacções Soluções Substâncias Quem? Tabelas Outros links Índice Menu principal quem? Páginas neste tema Bibliografia Biografias Prémios Nobel da Física Prémios Nobel da Química Prémios Nobel da Química Galardoados com o Prémio Nobel da Química, atribuído pela Fundação Nobel , para distinguir trabalhos de grande importância na investigação Química:
  • 2002 John B. Fenn, Koichi Tanaka, Kurt Wüthrich 2001 William S. Knowles, Ryoji Noyori, K. Barry Sharpless 2000 Alan J. Heeger, Alan G. MacDiarmid, Hideki Shirakawa 1999 Ahmed H. Zewail 1998 Walter Kohn, John A. Pople 1997 Paul D. Boyer, John E. Walker, Jens C. Skou 1996 Robert F. Curl Jr., Sir Harold W. Kroto, Richard E. Smalley 1995 Paul J. Crutzen, Mario J. Molina, F. Sherwood Rowland 1994 George A. Olah 1993 Kary B. Mullis, Michael Smith 1992 Rudolph A. Marcus

94. OID: Instructional Media Production
A Conversation with UCLA Professor Emeritus Paul D. Boyer Winner ofthe 1997 nobel Prize in Chemistry. » WATCH IT NOW. Dr. Paul Boyer
A Conversation with UCLA Professor Emeritus
Paul D. Boyer
Winner of the 1997 Nobel Prize in Chemistry WATCH IT NOW Dr. Paul Boyer has devoted his career as a researcher and educator to unraveling riddles about fundamental chemical processes that affect all life. Professor Boyer devoted six decades of work to the study of enzymes, particularly to the study of oxidative phosphorilization, the process in which the energy that organisms acquire from food is converted largely to ATP. Follow the links for more inormation on Paul Boyer:
  • Autobiography CNN says, "The Nobel prizes for scientific achievements are among the most coveted awards in the world . . . nine men will receive $1 million prizes in chemistry, physics, economics and medicine. The winners include six Americans, one Frenchman, one Briton and one Dane." Photo Gallery of Boyer at the Nobel Prize Ceremony. UCLA Daily Bruin writes, "Although he is a molecular biologist, Nobel Prize winner Paul Boyer was welcomed back to UCLA like a rock star."

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