Enzymology and Molecular Biology of Carbonyl Metabolism 5

  • Henry Weiner
  • Roger S. Holmes
  • Bendicht Wermuth

Part of the Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology book series (AEMB, volume 372)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xi
  2. Aldehyde Dehydrogenase

    1. Henry Weiner, Jaume Farrés, Ujjwal J. Rout, Xinping Wang, Chao-Feng Zheng
      Pages 1-7
    2. Shih-Jiun Yin, Ming-Fang Wang, Chih-Li Han, Sung-Ling Wang
      Pages 9-16
    3. Kerrie M. Jones, Trevor M. Kitson, Kathryn E. Kitson, Michael J. Hardman, John W. Tweedie
      Pages 17-23
    4. Regina Pietruszko, Neeta Mukerjee, Erich E. Blatter, Teresa Lehmann
      Pages 25-34
    5. Rosemary L. Motion, Jeremy P. Hill, Kimmo Wiltshire, Paul D. Buckley, Leonard F. Blackwell
      Pages 53-60
    6. Heather M. Baker, Rosemary L. Brown, Aaron J. Dobbs, Kathryn E. Kitson, Trevor M. Kitson, Edward N. Baker
      Pages 67-70
    7. Julie Sun, John Hempel, Ronald Lindahl, John Perozich, John Rose, Bi-Cheng Wang
      Pages 71-77
    8. John Perozich, Amy Leksana, John Hempel
      Pages 79-84
    9. Ian K. Riley, Christopher A. Burrows, Michael J. Hardman, Paul D. Buckley
      Pages 85-92
    10. Dylan P. Hartley, Ronald Lindahl, Dennis R. Petersen
      Pages 93-101
    11. Dharam P. Agarwal, Ulrich V. Eitzen, Doris Meier-Tackmann, H. Werner Goedde
      Pages 115-122
    12. Josette Feimer, Yiqiang Xie, Koichi Takimoto, David Asman, Henry Pitot, Ronald Lindahl
      Pages 137-141
    13. Perikles Pappas, Vasilis Vasiliou, Maria Karageorgou, Panayiotis Stefanou, Marios Marselos
      Pages 143-149
    14. Vasilis Vasiliou, Steven F. Reuter, Christine A. Kozak, Daniel W. Nebert
      Pages 151-158
    15. Lily C. Hsu, Wen-Chung Chang, Sharon W. Lin, Akira Yoshida
      Pages 159-168
    16. Regina Pietruszko, Pritesh C. Shah, Alexandra Kikonyogo, Ming-Kai Chern, Teresa Lehmann
      Pages 169-172
    17. Peter McCaffery, Ursula C. Dräger
      Pages 173-183
    18. Ursula C. Dräger, Peter McCaffery
      Pages 185-192
  3. Aldo-Keto Reductase

  4. Aldo-Keto Reductase Aldehyde Dehydrogenase

    1. Hans Jörnvall, Olle Danielsson, Lars Hjelmqvist, Bengt Persson, Jawed Shafqat
      Pages 281-294
    2. Howard J. Edenberg, Wei-Hsien Ho, Man-Wook Hur
      Pages 295-300
    3. Gregg Duester, Hwee Luan Ang, Louise Deltour, Mario H. Foglio, Terry F. Hayamizu, Mirna Zgombic-Knight
      Pages 301-313
    4. Brenda Cheung, Roger S. Holmes, Ifor R. Beacham
      Pages 315-320
    5. Mats Estonius, Jan-Olov Höög, Olle Danielsson, Hans Jörnvall
      Pages 327-330
    6. Jaume Farrés, Alberto Moreno, Bernat Crosas, Ella Cederlund, Abdellah Allali-Hassani, Josep M. Peralba et al.
      Pages 331-339
    7. Natalia Y. Kedishvili, William F. Bosron, Carol L. Stone, Cara F. Peggs, Holly R. Thomasson, Kirill M. Popov et al.
      Pages 341-347
    8. John E. Downes, Roger S. Holmes
      Pages 349-354
    9. Jan-Olov Höög, Margareta Brandt
      Pages 355-364
    10. Mustafa El-Ahmad, S. Ramaswamy, Olle Danielsson, Christina Karlsson, Mats Estonius, Jan-Olov Höög et al.
      Pages 365-371
    11. Takeshi Iwata, Deborah Carper
      Pages 373-381
    12. Bengt Persson, Maria Krook, Hans Jörnvall
      Pages 383-395
    13. Christina Karlsson, Hans Jörnvall, Jan-Olov Höög
      Pages 397-406
    14. Norman J. Oppenheimer, Gary T. M. Henehan
      Pages 407-415
    15. Madalina T. Gheorghe, Ingemar Lindh, William J. Griffiths, Jan Sjövall, Tomas Bergman
      Pages 417-426

About this book


Since the inception of these meetings in 1982, they have always been a satellite of the International Society for Biomedical Research on Alcoholism meeting. At our 1992 meeting in Dublin we learned that the next ISBRA meeting would be held in Brisbane, of all our previous meetings, I was very concerned Australia. As the scientific organizer about holding a meeting in the Southern Hemisphere for fear that many of our potential participants would not travel that far. I am pleased to say that I was proven to be incorrect. Nearly 90 scientists from a dozen countries participated at our seventh conference. At this meeting, like at all our previous ones, much new information about the three enzyme systems was presented. Of equal importance was, like at all our previous meetings, the extreme openness of the participants to discuss ideas, future directions and unpublished data. On behalf of all the participants I wish to express our sincere thanks to our Massey University colleagues for the excellent organization of this Palmerston North, New Zealand meeting. These included Kathryn Kitson, Michael Hardman, Paul Buckley, Trevor Kitson and Len Blackwell. At this meeting a few new innovations were introduced. Though posters are common at many meetings, bush walks and visits to nature preserves to see kiwi birds Our hosts were able to secure support from the International Union of Biochemistry are not.


alcoholism biochemistry biology carbon chemistry enzyme enzymes enzymology metabolism molecular biology research

Editors and affiliations

  • Henry Weiner
    • 1
  • Roger S. Holmes
    • 2
  • Bendicht Wermuth
    • 3
  1. 1.Purdue UniversityWest LafayetteUSA
  2. 2.Griffith UniversityBrisbaneAustralia
  3. 3.InselspitalBerneSwitzerland

Bibliographic information

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  • Copyright Information Springer Science+Business Media New York 1995
  • Publisher Name Springer, Boston, MA
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-1-4613-5808-4
  • Online ISBN 978-1-4615-1965-2
  • Series Print ISSN 0065-2598
  • Series Online ISSN 2214-8019
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