The Biochemical journal (Biochem J)

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1 Apparatus for Collecting and Measuring the Gases evolved during Fermentation. 1911 157.76
2 A colorimetric method for the determination of glucosamine and chondrosamine. 1933 125.97
3 A study of the conditions and mechanism of the diphenylamine reaction for the colorimetric estimation of deoxyribonucleic acid. 1956 124.75
4 The Possible Significance of Hexosephosphoric Esters in Ossification. Part III: The Action of the Bone Enzyme on the Organic Phosphorus Compounds in Blood. 1924 123.93
5 A New Phosphoric Ester Produced by the Action of Yeast Juice on Hexoses. 1922 123.70
6 On an Autoxidisable Constituent of the Cell. 1921 119.77
7 Qualitative analysis of proteins: a partition chromatographic method using paper. 1944 116.52
8 The colorimetric determination of phosphorus. 1932 116.02
9 Note on the Estimation of Phosphorus in Blood. 1924 108.16
10 The Possible Significance of Hexosephosphoric Esters in Ossification: Part II. The Phosphoric Esterase of Ossifying Cartilage. 1924 102.24
11 An improved method for the colorimetric determination of phosphate. 1938 95.98
12 On the Fermentation of the Unsaturated Dicarboxylic Acids. Part I. Fumaric Acid. 1924 88.55
13 Experiments on animo-acids: The partition of acetamino-acids between immiscible solvents. 1939 82.79
14 Quantitative Estimation of Aspartic and Glutaminic Acids in the Products of Protein Hydrolysis. 1914 82.04
15 The Equilibria existing between Succinic, Fumaric, and Malic Acids in the presence of Resting Bacteria. 1924 81.64
16 Carbohydrates in protein: The carbohydrate component of crystalline egg albumin. 1938 81.08
17 On the Mechanism of Oxalic Acid Formation by Aspergillus niger: Report to the Medical Research Committee. 1919 77.77
18 Partition chromatography in the study of protein constituents. 1943 76.82
19 The Possible Significance of Hexosephosphoric Esters in Ossification. 1923 75.39
20 Possible Significance of Hexosephosphoric Esters in Ossification: Part VI. Phosphoric Esters in Blood-Plasma. 1926 73.73
21 A new form of chromatogram employing two liquid phases: A theory of chromatography. 2. Application to the micro-determination of the higher monoamino-acids in proteins. 1941 67.12
22 An absorption apparatus for the micro-determination of certain volatile substances: The micro-determination of ammonia. 1933 66.95
23 Observations on the function of peroxidase systems and the chemistry of the adrenal cortex: Description of a new carbohydrate derivative. 1928 64.79
24 THE PREPARATION OF I-131-LABELLED HUMAN GROWTH HORMONE OF HIGH SPECIFIC RADIOACTIVITY. 1963 61.56
25 Some Reactions of Resting Bacteria in Relation to Anaerobic Growth. 1925 60.71
26 A steam distillation apparatus suitable for micro-Kjeldahl analysis. 1942 59.72
27 On Amino-acids. 1918 58.94
28 The Enzymes of Washed Zymin and Dried Yeast (Lebedeff). II. Reductase. 1914 58.14
29 Filter-paper partition chromatography of sugars: 1. General description and application to the qualitative analysis of sugars in apple juice, egg white and foetal blood of sheep. with a note by R. G. Westall. 1948 56.96
30 Studies on Xanthine Oxidase: Preparation and Properties of the Active Material. 1924 55.87
31 The estimation of phosphorus. 1940 53.32
32 The Enzymes of Washed Zymin and Dried Yeast (Lebedew). I. Carboxylase. 1913 52.10
33 The Estimation of Phosphorus Compounds in Blood. 1925 50.44
34 The Phosphoric-Esterase of Blood. 1924 50.25
35 The biochemistry of bacterial toxins: The lecithinase activity of Cl. welchii toxins. 1941 50.15
36 An application of the method of Hagedorn and Jensen to the determination of larger quantities of reducing sugars. 1929 49.55
37 Studies on Xanthine Oxidase: Relation of Xanthine Oxidase and similar Oxidising Systems to Bach's Oxygenase. 1925 49.45
38 The Metabolism of Carbohydrates. Part I: Stereochemical Changes undergone by Equilibrated Solutions of Reducing Sugars in the Alimentary Canal and in the Peritoneal Cavity. 1920 47.73
39 Production of Hydrogen Peroxide by Bacteria. 1922 47.28
40 The Transformation of Glutaminic Acid into l-Pyrrolidonecarboxylic Acid in Aqueous Solution. 1914 46.81
41 The amino-acid composition of rabbit myosin. 1939 45.23
42 A colorimetric method for the determination of N-acetylglucosamine and N-acetylchrondrosamine. 1934 45.08
43 Studies on the colorimetric determination of phosphate. 1938 44.88
44 Some Oxidation Processes of Normal and Cancer Tissue. 1924 44.83
45 Dehydrogenations produced by resting Bacteria. I. 1925 43.41
46 Observations on Certain Reducing and Oxidising Reactions in Milk. 1923 42.13
47 The effect of cyanide on the respiration of animal tissues. 1929 41.95
48 Oxidising Enzymes. II: The Nature of the Enzymes associated with Certain Direct Oxidising Systems in Plants. 1920 41.76
49 A simple method for the preparation of 32-P-labelled adenosine triphosphate of high specific activity. 1964 41.13
50 Dehydrogenations Produced by Resting Bacteria. IV: A Theory of the Mechanisms of Oxidations and Reductions in vivo. 1926 40.56
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