Gerty T. Cori

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Washington University, Saint Louis, St. Louis, MO 
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(1896 - 1957)
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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".

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Wilhelm Knöpfelmacher post-doc 1921-1922 Karolinen-Kinderspital (Chemistry Tree)

Children

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Jane H. Park grad student Washington University (Chemistry Tree)
Joseph Larner grad student 1951 Washington University (Microtree)
Charles Rawlinson Rollo Park post-doc 1946 Washington University (Chemistry Tree)
Edwin G. Krebs post-doc 1946-1948 Washington University
Alberto Sols post-doc 1951-1954 Washington University (Chemistry Tree)
Mildred Cohn research scientist 1946 Washington University (Chemistry Tree)
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CORI GT. (1958) Biochemical aspects of glycogen deposition disease. Bibliotheca Paediatrica. 14: 344-58
Cori GT. (1957) [8] Enzymatic procedures for the analysis of glycogen and amylopectin Methods in Enzymology. 3: 50-54
CORI GT, ILLINGWORTH B. (1956) The effect of epinephrine and other glycogenolytic agents on the phosphorylase A content of muscle. Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta. 21: 105-10
ILLINGWORTH B, CORI GT, CORI CF. (1956) Amylo-1, 6-glucosidase in muscle tissue in generalized glycogen storage disease. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 218: 123-9
KELLER PJ, CORI GT. (1955) Purification and properties of the phosphorylase-rupturing enzyme. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 214: 127-34
Cori GT. (1955) [25] Amylo-1,6-glucosidase. Phosphorylase Limit Dextrin (Glycogen) → Glucose Plus Polysaccharide in Which Penultimate Branches Have Become Outer Branches Methods in Enzymology. 1: 211-214
Keller PJ, Cori GT. (1955) [24] The PR enzyme of muscle. Phosphorylase a → Phosphorylase b M.W. = 495,000 M.W. 242,000 Methods in Enzymology. 1: 206-210
Cori GT, Illingworth B, Keller PJ. (1955) [23] Muscle phosphorylase. ξ Glucose-l-phosphate + G n ⇄G n+z +ξInorganic Phosphate Methods in Enzymology. 1: 200-205
CORI GT, SCHULMAN JL. (1954) Glycogen storage disease of the liver. II. Enzymic studies. Pediatrics. 14: 646-50
KELLER PJ, CORI GT. (1953) Enzymic conversion of phosphorylase a to phosphorylase b. Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta. 12: 235-8
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