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E M Atkinson (Ludlow) B.Sc.

January 15, 2005
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[1]    V.C. Baggaley and E.M. Atkinson. Use of CF12 columns for preparation of DNA from rodent malarias. Transactions of Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygeine, 66:4-5, 1972.

[2]    C.A. Homewood, D.C. Warhurst, V.C. Baggaley, and E.M. Atkinson. Respiration in intraerythrocytic plasmodium berghei. Transactions of Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygeine, 66:2-3, 1972.

[3]    C.A. Homewood and E.M. Atkinson. Carbohydrate metabolism in plasmodium berghei: a preliminary observation. Transactions of Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygeine, 67:26, 1973.

[4]    C.A. Homewood and E.M. Atkinson. Chloroquine-induced pigment clumping: dependence on the composition of the medium. Transactions of Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygeine, 67:26, 1973.

[5]    C.A. Homewood, G.A. Moore, and E.M. Atkinson. Purification and some properties of malarial pigment. Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology, 69:283-287, 1975.

[6]    H. Momen, E.M. Atkinson, and C.A. Homewood. Electrophoretic investigation of the malate dehydrogenase of plasmodium berghei infected erythrocytes. International Journal of Biochemistry, 6:533-535, 1975.

[7]    E.H. Baba, C.A. Homewood, G. Gazzinelli, and E.M. Atkinson. Comparison of proteolytic enzymes from cercarial extract and secretion. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, Part B, 57:55-57, 1977.

[8]    E.M. Atkinson. The use of electrophoresis in the identification of sarcocystis. In Fifth International Congress of Protozoology, New York, 1977.

[9]    G.H. Collins, E.M. Atkinson, and W.A.G. Charleston. Studies on sarcocystis species. III. the macroscopic species of sheep. New Zealand Vetinary Journal, 27:204-206, 1979.

[10]    E.M. Atkinson and G.H. Collins. Electophoretic studies on three enzymes from sarcocystis species in sheep. Systematic Parasitology, 2: 213-216, 1981.

[11]    R.S. Daniels, V.C. Worthington, E.M. Atkinson, and A.R. Hipkiss. Proteolysis of puromycin peptides in rabbit reticulocytes: detection of a high molecular weight oligopeptide proteolytic substrate. FEBS Letters, 113:245-248, 1980.

[12]    A.R. Hipkiss, M.J. McKay, R.S. Daniels, V.C. Worthington, and E.M. Atkinson. Selective proteolysis of abnormal proteins of shortened chain length in rabbit reticulocytes. Acta Biologica Medica Germanica, 40: 1265-1275, 1981.

[13]    E.M. Atkinson and A.R. Hipkiss. Peptidase activity during the maturation of rabbit reticulocytes. Biochemical Society Transactions, 11: 147, 1981.

[14]    A. Crowther, E.M. Atkinson, and A.R. Hipkiss. Activity and heat stability of peptidase activity in cell-free extracts of rabbit reticulocytes and erythrocytes: effects of divalent metal ions. Biochemical Society Transactions, 10:97-98, 1982.

[15]    R.S. Daniels, M.J. McKay, E.M. Atkinson, and A.R. Hipkiss. Subcellular distribution of abnormal proteins in rabbit reticulocytes. Effects of cellular maturation, phenylhydrazine and inhibitors of ATP synthesis. FEBS Letters, 156:145-150, 1983.

[16]    A.R. Hipkiss, M.J. McKay, R.S. Daniels, E.M. Atkinson, V.C. Worthington, and S.A. Wharton. Protease and peptidase activities during reticulocyte maturation. Biomed. Biochem. Acta, 42:212-217, 1983.

[17]    A.R. Ludlow and E.M. Atkinson. How will climate change affect the way trees allocate carbon to root and shoot? Lteef working paper wp16, Long-term effects of CO2-increase and climate change on European forests (LTEEF), Commision of the European Communities, Directorate-General XII for Science, Research and Development, 1996.