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Carl F. Cori

Biological Chemistry Washington University, Saint Louis, St. Louis, MO 
"Carl Ferdinand Cori"

(1896 - 1984)
The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1947 was divided, one half jointly to Carl Ferdinand Cori and Gerty Theresa Cori, née Radnitz for their discovery of the course of the catalytic conversion of glycogen and the other half to Bernardo Alberto Houssay for his discovery of the part played by the hormone of the anterior pituitary lobe in the metabolism of sugar.
Nobel Prize in 1947

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Earl W. Sutherland research assistant 1940-1942 Washington University
Nelson David Goldberg grad student Washington University School of Medicine (Cell Biology Tree)
Sidney P. Colowick grad student 1942 Washington University (Chemistry Tree)
Henry Zodoc Sable grad student 1950 Washington University (Chemistry Tree)
Joseph Larner grad student 1951 Washington University (Microtree)
Neil Bernard Madsen grad student 1955 Washington University (Chemistry Tree)
David H. Brown post-doc Washington University (Chemistry Tree)
John O. Holloszy post-doc Washington University (Applied Physiology Tree)
Charles Rawlinson Rollo Park post-doc Washington University (Chemistry Tree)
Arthur Kornberg post-doc 1947 Washington University (Computational Biology Tree)
Christian René De Duve post-doc 1947-1947 Washington University (Cell Biology Tree)
Edwin G. Krebs post-doc 1946-1948 Washington University
Sidney Udenfriend post-doc 1950 Washington University
Alberto Sols post-doc 1951-1954 Washington University (Chemistry Tree)
Herman M. Kalckar research scientist 1940-1943 Washington University (Chemistry Tree)
Luis F. Leloir research scientist 1944-1945 WUSTL (Chemistry Tree)
Mildred Cohn research scientist 1946 Washington University (Chemistry Tree)
Robert Kellogg Crane research scientist 1950-1962 Washington University (Chemistry Tree)
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Cori CF. (1981) The glucose-lactic acid cycle and gluconeogenesis. Current Topics in Cellular Regulation. 18: 377-87
Garland RC, Cori CF, Chang HW. (1976) The effect of p-hydroxymercuribenzoate and congeners on microsomal glucose-6-phosphatase. Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry. 12: 23-31
Garland RC, Cori CF, Chang HW. (1974) Relipidation of phospholipid-depleted microsomal particles with high glucose 6-phosphatase activity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 71: 3805-9
Cori CF, Garland RC, Chang HW. (1973) Purification of particulate glucose-6-phosphatase. Biochemistry. 12: 3126-30
Garland RC, Cori CF. (1972) Separation of phospholipids from glucose-6-phosphatase by gel chromatography. Specificity of phospholipid reactivation. Biochemistry. 11: 4712-8
Gluecksohn-Waelsch S, Cori CF. (1970) Glucose 6-phosphatase deficiency: mechanisms of genetic control and biochemistry. Biochemical Genetics. 4: 195-201
Helmreich E, Michaelides MC, Cori CF. (1967) Effects of substrates and a substrate analog on the binding of 5'-adenylic acid to muscle phosphorylase a. Biochemistry. 6: 3695-710
Brown DH, Brown BI, Cori CF. (1966) Effect of changes in the outer structure of glycogen on the debranching activity of the transferase-glucosidase system. Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics. 116: 479-86
Helmreich E, Cori CF. (1965) Regulation of glycolysis in muscle Advances in Enzyme Regulation. 3: 91-107
Illingworth B, Cori CF. (1965) Glucose-6-phosphatase and pyrophosphatase activities of homogenates of livers from patients with glycogen storage disease Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications. 19: 10-14
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