It has been said that “those who make history are often unaware of it at the time.” This judgment may be particularly relevant for those of us who were privileged to spend a period of time in the laboratory of Professor David E. Green but who have seldom had an opportunity, such as afforded by the present Symposium, to reflect upon the broad contributions that his laboratory has made to enzymology and related areas of biochemistry. For nearly four decades the research contributions of this group have been recorded in hundreds of journal articles and reviews, and several generations of Dr. Green’s colleagues now occupy major positions in the scientific community both here and abroad. Subsequent presentations on this program will provide a cross-section of these research interests, since each speaker’s work has had its origin in some problem that he undertook earlier in David Green’s laboratory.
KeywordsMalate Dehydrogenase Citric Acid Cycle Pyridine Nucleotide Subsequent Presentation Major Position
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