Competitive Binding of ATP and Acridine Orange by Muscle
In this study, Szent-Gyorgyi used a dye, acridine orange, to suggest that ATP might energize muscle protein (thus causing
contraction) by forming a chemical complex with it.
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1957-05-17 (May 17, 1957)
Periodical: Karreman, George, Helmut Mueller, and Albert Szent-Gyorgyi. "Competitive Binding of ATP and Acridine Orange by Muscle."
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 43, 5 (17 May 1957): 373-379. Article. 7 Images.
National Academy of Sciences (U.S.)
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