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The Maxine Singer Papers

Title:
Letter from Marianne Grunberg-Manago to Maxine Singer pdf (52,232 Bytes) transcript of pdf
Letter from Marianne Grunberg-Manago to Maxine Singer
Number of Image Pages:
1 (52,232 Bytes)
Date:
1968-03-28 (March 28, 1968)
Creator:
[Grunberg-Manago, Marianne]
Institut Biologie Physico-Chimique
Recipient:
Singer, Maxine
Source:
Original Repository: Library of Congress. Maxine Singer Papers
Rights:
Courtesy of the Library of Congress.
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Subject:
Medical Subject Headings (MeSH):
Enzymes
Exhibit Category:
Nucleic Acids, the Genetic Code, and Transposable Genetic Elements: A Life in Research
Box Number: 3
Folder Number: 2
Unique Identifier:
DJBBCB
Document Type:
Letters (correspondence)
Language:
English
Format:
application/pdf
image/tif
Physical Condition:
Good
Series: Correspondence, 1955-2004, n.d.
SubSeries: Chronological
Folder: 1968 January-June
Transcript:
March 28, 1968
Dear Maxine,
I am giving a series of courses to students and, as before, I have to say that maybe PNPase from L.arabinosus is in the particulate part of the cell. I shall be going to Israel this September and I shall really be ashamed to repeat the same thing again; so I am reminding you your promise to look into this. If you don't want to be bothered or don't have the time, I shall be happy to do so and give you the results if you send me a strain.
Except for the courses, which are a pain in the neck, I am feeling fine. I have spent almost the last month writing a paper on Q13 PNPase which has a 200 000 enzyme stimulated by manganese, as reported by Buchanan and which phosphorolyzes very poorly, and a 100 000 enzyme which does phosphorolyze.
We also did electron micrographs of the enzyme, with Valentine of London, and PNPase seems to be an hexamer : two trimer forming a triangle one over the other. We are now studying the subunits.
I hope to see you before, but in any case I am looking forward to seeing you in Greece.
All the best to you and the family
Marianne
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