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Interaction of motile blood cells of Limulus in vitro. Biol. Bull. 151:399.1976.
The ionic environment of hemocyanin in Limulus polyphemus. Biol. Bull. 150:453-467.1976.
Functional differences in the multiple haemocyanin of the horseshoe crab, Limulus polyphemus L.. Proc. Natl. Academy Sciences USA 71:2558-2562.1974.
N-ethylmaleimideinhibition of horseshoe crab hemocyte agglutination. Science 144:1147-1148.1964.
The uses of comparative physiology. Pages 101-117 in , editors. Taxonomic Biochemistry and Serology. Ronald Press Co , New York.1964.
Size and shape of hemocyanin from Limulus polyphemus. Ark. Kemi 21:29-36.1963.
Serological correspondence among horseshoe "crabs" (Limulidae). Zoologica 47:1-9.1962.
On morphometric and serological relationships within the Limulidae, with particular reference to Limulus polyphemus (L.). Dissertation Abstracts 18:371-372.1958.
On morphometric and serological relationships within the Limulidae, with particular reference to Limulus polyphemus L.. New York University, New York.1955.
A general study of the serological relationships among Arthropoda, Mollusks and other invertebrates. The Serological Mus. 8:5.1952.
Serological relationships among some distantly related arthropods and mollusks. Systematic Zoology 1:184.1952.
Hemocyanin. Pages 174-190 in , editors. Copper Metabolism. A Symposium on Animal, Plant and Soil Relationships. Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, MD.1950.
A study of the hemaglutinins of vertebrate bloods. Rutgers University, Brunswick, NJ.1950.
Biophysical studies of blood plasma proteins. XII. Electrophoretic studies of the blood serum of some lower animals. Jour. Biol. Chem. 180:219-234.1949.
On the blood picture in Limulus (Xiphosura) polyphemus L.. New York University.1949.
Comparison of the binding ability of hemocyanin and serum albumin for organic ions. Biol. Bull 94:40-44.1948.
Complexes of hemocyanin and of hemorythrin with small ions. Biol. Bull 95:75-276.1948.
Threonine contents and specificity of hemoglobins and hemocyanins. Compt. Rend. Soc. Biol. 141:303-305.1947.
Molecular association of hemocyanin produced by x-rays and observed in the ultracentrifuge. Jour. Gen. Physiol. 30:83-99.1946.
The copper proteins. in , editors. Advances in Protein Chemistry. Academic Press, Inc., New York.1945.
Serological relationships between the Mollusca and other invertebrates. Biol. Bull 87:96-105.1944.
Electron microscope studies of proteins including some hemocyanins and nucleoproteins. Biodynamica 4:153-161.1943.
Equine antihemocyanin. Annals N.Y. Acad. Sci. 43:107-121.1942.