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Mar 5, 2019 - Early work by Barbara Low in the 1940s helped reveal the shape of the penicillin molecule, the world's first antibiotic, and helped usher in the ...
17 hours ago - Her work with Dorothy Hodgkin identified the structure of penicillin, enabling scientists to replicate it and develop drugs to treat other infections.
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Her work with Dorothy Hodgkin identified the structure of penicillin, enabling scientists to replicate it and develop drugs to treat other infections. (Ny Times ...
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Feb 25, 2019 - BARBARA LOW ... Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin, Dr. Low determined the X-ray crystallographic structure of penicillin, the world's first antibiotic.
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Arnold L. Demain, ‎Nadine A. Solomon - 2012 - ‎Medical
... HODGKIN and BARBARA LOW completed a successful x-ray crystallographic analysis, that the 6-lactam structure was shown beyond question to be correct.
Barbara Low, Whose Research Boosted Antibiotics, Dies at 98. Her work with Dorothy Hodgkin identified the structure of penicillin, enabling scientists to ...
Barbara Low, Whose Research Identified the Shape of Penicillin, Dies at 98 ... a bonanza of lifesaving antibiotics and gave other female scientists a foothold in a ...
Carol L. Moberg, ‎Zanvil Cohn - 1990 - ‎Antibiotics
Personal Accounts of the Discovery and Use of the First Antibiotics Carol L. Moberg ... and Barbara Low revealed the /3-lactam structure by x-ray crystallography.
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also conducted into antibiotic mechanisms, and the bacteria that resisted, ... by the British X-ray crystallographers Dorothy Hopkins and Barbara Low in 1945, ...
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Mar 29, 2017 - Penicillin's Discovery and Antibiotic Resistance: Lessons for the Future? .... This was confirmed by Dorothy Hodgkin and Barbara Low using ...
Hodgkin developed a structure based on the X-ray crystallography work done by a team of people across academic and industrial chemistry; Barbara Low, her ...
Barbara Low, Whose Research Boosted Antibiotics, Dies at 98. Her work with Dorothy Hodgkin identified the structure of penicillin, enabling scientists to ...
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Barbara Low, Whose Research Boosted Antibiotics, Dies at 98. Her work with Dorothy Hodgkin identified the structure of penicillin, enabling scientists to ...
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commercial source of the antibiotic. In 1953, one of the ... penicillin would be valuable for the local treatment of bacterial .... Barbara Low. Nevertheless it is fair to ...
Faruqui A M, ‎Hassan M H A, ‎Sandri G - 1991
Meanwhile, I myself was drawn into research on penicillin, together with Barbara Low, my ... They felt sure penicillin was both highly antibiotic and not toxic.
Lobanovska and Pilla: Penicillin's Discovery and Antibiotic Resistance136. timicrobial roles. .... Hodgkin and Barbara Low using X-ray crystallography. [11,12].
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... and Abraham before ever the antibiotic itself was crystallised; I grew crystals for ... Charles Bunn and Barbara Low, combined with our low computing power, ...
In 1945, Dorothy (Crowfoot), Hodgkin and Barbara Low used x-ray crystallography to determine the chemical structure of penicillin and in 1950 penicillin was ...
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Key words: animal production, antibiotics, microbiota, regulation, ..... ray crystallography work by Dorothy Hodgkin and Barbara Low (Oxford) and C.W..
Gilbert Thompson - 2012 - ‎Medical
... 1943 but remained controversial until Dorothy Hodgkin and Barbara Low confirmed it two years ... In Rome, Chain set up a pilot plant for antibiotic production.
Enrique Ravina - 2011 - ‎Medical
... in order to isolate antibiotic-producing microorganisms that are inoculated into ... until 1945 when Dorothy Hodgkin and Barbara Low at Oxford firmly identified ...
Barbara Low, who was amongst a core of feminine scientists whose analysis within the 1940s unleashed a bonanza of lifesaving antibiotics, and whose ...
Jens Nielsen - 1997 - ‎Medical
It was, however, first in May 1945, when Dorothy Hodgkin and Barbara Low, in the Department of Crystallography at Oxford, ... History of p-lactam antibiotics, pp.
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Sep 1, 2015 - At first, Dorothy and her research assistant, Barbara Low, could only work ... led to the development of a whole new class of β-lactam antibiotics.
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Included also are correspondence concerning the history of antibiotics (mostly .... study by Dorothy Hodgkin and Barbara Low confirmed the -lactam structure.
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