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European Journal of Biochemistry

  • Claude Liébecq

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-2
  2. Severo Ochoa
    Pages 2-2
  3. J. J. Ferguson Jr., M. Boll, H. Holzer
    Pages 21-25
  4. J. Winand-Devigne, G. Hamoir, C. Liébecq
    Pages 29-32
  5. H. G. Gassen, H. Witzel
    Pages 36-45
  6. H. Hauser, R. M. C. Dawson
    Pages 61-69
  7. H. R. Schütte, U. Orban, K. Mothes
    Pages 70-72
  8. P. Edman, G. Begg
    Pages 80-91
  9. L. J. Durham, A. Larsson, P. Reichard
    Pages 92-95
  10. H. Babad, R. Ben-Zvi, A. Bdolah, M. Schramm
    Pages 96-101
  11. R. Fluri, T. Ramasarma, B. L. Horecker
    Pages 117-124
  12. C. Rossi, G. F. Azzone, A. Azzi
    Pages 141-146
  13. Y. Ohba, P. Fromageot
    Pages 147-151
  14. K. Kasai, M. Grunberg-Manago
    Pages 152-163
  15. A. di Girolamo, M. di Girolamo, S. Gaetani, M. A. Spadoni
    Pages 164-169
  16. E. Grazi, V. Vigi, N. Rossi
    Pages 182-186
  17. H. J. Risse, W. Dröge, E. Ruschmann, O. Lüderitz, O. Westphal, J. Schlosshardt
    Pages 216-232
  18. H. Follmann, H.-J. Wieker, H. Witzel
    Pages 243-250
  19. H.-J. Wieker, H. Witzel
    Pages 251-258
  20. R. A. Harvey, T. Godefroy, J. Lucas-Lenard, M. Grunberg-Manago
    Pages 327-333
  21. W. Schoner, C. von Ilberg, R. Kramer, W. Seubert
    Pages 334-343
  22. J. Jollès, J. Hermann, B. Niemann, P. Jollès
    Pages 344-346
  23. M. Senn, T. Ioneda, J. Pudles, E. Lederer
    Pages 353-356

About this book

Introduction

The FEDERATION OF EUROPEAN BIOOHE1IUCAL SOCIETIES, which came into being just over three years ago, will have a profound impact on the development of biochemistry in Europe and in the rest of the world. For this reason, the Council of the INTERNATIONAL UNION OF BIOCHEMISTRY has viewed the growth of the Federation with considerable satis­ faction. Closer cooperation among European biochemists was set in motion through the initiative of the BIOOHEMICAL SOCIETY several years ago to hold an annual joint meeting with some of its sister societies on the Continent. With considerable foresight the BIOCHEM­ ICAL SOCIETY eventually proposed the setting up of a federation of biochemical societies in Europe, a proposal that was warmly endorsed by representatives of several Continental societies. The first meeting of the Federation was held in London in the Spring of 1964. I had the privilege to attend the second (Vienna) and third (Warsaw) annual meetings and was much impressed by the rapidly growing attendance and by the quality of the scientific sessions. Upon kind invitation as president of the INTERNATIONAL UNION OF BIOCHEMISTRY I also had the privilege to attend the Federation Council meetings and to participate in the discussions that led to the decision to found a EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOOHEMISTRY, a move that I enthusiastically supported and encouraged on behalf of the INTERNATIONAL UNION OF BIOCHEMISTRY.

Keywords

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Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-662-25813-2
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1967
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-3-662-23717-5
  • Online ISBN 978-3-662-25813-2
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