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Beezer, Anthony Elgie


Anthony Elgie Beezer


1. Biological Microcalorimetry, editor, Academic Press, 1980.
2. Thermometric Titrimetry, with H.J.V.Tyrrell, Chapman and Hall, 1968.

1. A.E.Beezer and R.F.Cosgrove, On the uptake of nystatin by Sacbharomyc s cerevisiae 6. The release of monovalent cations. Microbios in press.
2. A.E.Beezer, B.Z.Chowdhry, R.F.Cosgrove and P.B.Sharma, On the uptake of nystatin by Saccharomyc s ce.cevisiae 5. The release of amino acids. Microbios .21, 71,1982.
3. A E.Beezer and V M Poore Microca1orimetry as an immunologica1 tool: Preliminary studies with beef heart mitochondrial adenosine triphosphatase and its antiserum J.of Immunological Methods 53, 91, 1982.
4. A.E.Beezer and P.B.Sharma On the uptake of nystatin by Saccharomyces cerevisiae 4. Electron microscopic investigation of some morphological and physical differences between fresh and frozen inocula and between treated and untreated cells Microbios .22, 161, 1982.
5. A.E.Beezer and P.B.Sharma On the uptake of nystatin by Saccharomyces c revisiae 3. Electrochemistry of the yeast cell surface. Microbios 31, 71, 1981.
6. A.E.Beezer and P.B.Sharma On the uptake of nystatin by Sac:cbaromyces cerevisiae 2. Effects of pH, ionic strength, sterol concentration and protecting ions Mic obios ...21., 7, 1981.
7. A.E.Beezer and P.B.Shanna On the uptake of nystatin by Saccbaromyces cerevisiae 1. Basic considerations Microbios .lQ, 139, 1981.
8. A.E.Beezer and B.Z.Chowdhry Flow microcalorimetric study of the effects of pH, metal ios and s±erols on the interactjon of poyene antibiotics with Sa harorn.yces cerevisiae NCYC 239 Microbios 28, 107, 1980.
9. A.E.Beezer, W.H.Hunter, R.P.Lipscombe, R.D.Newell and D.E.Storey Design and testing of a microtitration assembly for use with an 1KB batch micro­calorimeter Thermochim.Acta 22., 345, 1982.
10. B.F.Peery, A.E.Beezer and R.J .Miles Microcalorimetry as a tool for evaluati m of complex media:molasses Microbios 32, 163, 1981.
11. A.E.Beezer, W.H.Hunter and D.F.Storey The measurement of phenol coefficients by flow microcalorimetry J .Pharm.Pharmacol. 22, 65, 1981.
12. A.E.Beezer and B.Z.Chowdhry Combined assay and determination of bioactivity of polyene antibiotics by flow nephelometry Talanta 28, 647, 1981.
13. A.E.Beezer and B.Z.Chowdhry Flow microcalorimetric bioassay of polyene antibiotics: interaction with growing Saccharomyces cerevisia Experientia 37, 828, 1981.
14. A.E.Beezer and P.O'Brien Complexes of polyene antibiotics with divalent metal ions: complexes of Cu(II) with nystatin studied by visible circular dichroism J.inorg.nucl.Chem 43, 1669, 1981.
15. A.E.Beezer W.H.Hunter and D.F.Storey Quantitative structure-activity relationships: the Van't Hoff heats of transfer of resorcinol monoethers from water to n-octanol J.Pharrn.Pharmacol. 32, 815, 1980.
16. B.F.Peery, A.E.Beezer and R.J.Miles Bioassay of phenol disinfectants by flow microcalorimetry Microbios 12, 81, 1980.
17. A.E.Beezer and B.Z.Chowdhry Microcalorirnetric investigations of drugs in Biological Microcalroimetry ed. A.E.Beezer, Academic Press, London, 1980.
18. A.E.Beezer, R.J.Miles, E.J.Shaw and L.Vickerstaff Antibiotic bioassay by flow micrcaorimetry Experientia 36, 1051, 1980.
19. A.E.Beezer and B.Z.Chowdhry Combined micrassay and determination of bioactivity of N-acetylnystatin by flow microcaloriemtry Talanta 27, 1, 1980.
20. R.F.Cosgrove, A.E.Beezer and R.J.Miles A comparative study of the micro­biological assays currently available for nystatin raw material J.Pharm. Phamacol. 31, 171, 1979.
21. R.F.Cosgrove, A.E.Beezer mid R.J.Miles The application of cryobiology to the microbilogical assay of nystatin J.Pharm.Pharmacol. 31, 83, 1979.
22. A.E.Beezer, M.Orban and H.J.V.Tyrrell Thermometric titrstion studies of association equilibria: charge-transfer complexes between iodine and substituted pyridines in carbon tetrachloride Acta Chim.Acad.Sci.Hung. 99, 415, 1979.
23. A.E.Beezer and P.B.Sharma Bioassay of nystatin: measurement of Mg efflux by atomic absorption spectroscopy Talanta 26, 411, 1979.
24. B.F.Peery, A.E.Beezer and R.J.Miles Flow microcalorimetric studies of yeast growth: fundamental aspects J.Appl.Bacteriol. 47, 527, 1979.
25. R.F.Cosgrove and A.E.Beezer A rubidium ion-selective electrode for the assay of poyene antibiotics Analyt.Chim.Acta 105, 77, 1979.
26. A.E.Beezer, R.J.Miles, E.J.Shaw and P.Willis Antibiotic sensitivity testing by flow microcalrometry, Experientia 35, 795, 1979.
27. A.E.Beezer, H.D.Newell anrl H.J.V.Tyrrell Characterisation and metabolic studies of Sacchaomyces cereviisue and Kluyveromyces fragilis by flow microcalorimetry Antonie van Leewenhoek J Microbiol. 45, 55, 1978.
28. A.E.Beezer, R.D.Newell and H.J.V.Tyrrell Flow microcalorimetric investigation of yeast growth in a complex medium Microbios 22, 73, 1978.
29. R.F.Cosgrove, A.E.Beezer and R.J.Miles In vitro studies of Amphotericin B in combination with the Imidazole antifungal compounds clotrimazole and miconazole J.Infectious Dis. 1.38, 681, 1978.
30. A.E.Beezer, K.A.Bettelheim, and E.J.Shaw The enumeration of bacteria in culture media and clinical specimens of urine by micro-calorimetry Science Tools 25, 23, 1978.
31. A.E.Beezer, W.A.Hawksworth, M.Orban and H.J.V.Tyrrell Hydrogen-bonded complexes between pyridine and phenol in carbon tetrachloride solutions J.Chem.Soc.Faraday I 73, 1326, 1977.
32. A.E.Beezer, B.Z.Chowdhry, R.D.Newell and H.J.V.Tyrrell Bioassay of antifungal antibiotics by flow microcalorimetry Analyt.Chem. 49, 1781, 1977.
33. A.E.Beezer, R.D.Newell and H.J.V.Tyrrell Bioassay of nystatin bulk material by flow microcalorimetry Analyt. Chem. 49, 34, 1977.
34. A.E.Beezer Microcalorimetric studies of microorganisms in Applications of calorimetry in the Life Sciences, ed. I.Lamprecht and B.Schaarschmidt, de Gruyter, Berlin, 1977.
35. A.E.Beezer Flow microcalorimetric studies of the kinetics of enzymic and microbiological processes Biochem.Soc.Trans. 4, 570, 1976.
36. A.E.Beezer, R.D.Newell and H.J.V.Tyrrell Application of flow micro­calorimetry to analytical problems: the preparation, storage and assay of frozen inocula of Saccharomyces cerevisiae J.Appl.Bacteriol. 41, 197, 1976.
37. A.E.Beezer, K.A.Bettelheim, R.D.Newell and J.Stevens The dagnosis of bacteriuria by flow microcalorimetry. A preliminary investigation Science Tools 21, 13, 1974.
38. A.E.Beezer, T.I.Steenson and H.J.V.Tyrrell Application of flow micro­calorimetry to analytical problems - II Talanta 21, 467, 1974.
39. A.E.Beezer, T.I.Steenson and H.J.V.Tyrrell Kinetic studies in a flow microcalorimeter. The acid catalysed hydrolysis of methyl acetate at 25° Thermochim.Acta 9, 447, 1974.
40. A.E.Beezer and C.D.Stubbs Application of flow microcalorimetry to analytical problems - I. Determination of organophosphorus pesticides by inhibition of cholinesterase Talanta 20, 27, 1973.
41. A.E.Beezer, T.I.Steenson and H.J.V.Tyrrell The measurement of kinetic and thermodynamic parameters for reacting systems by flow microcalorimetry and application of the method to the urea-urease system in a sodium phosphate buffer in Protides of the Biological Fluids, XXth.Cooloq., ed. H.Peeters, Pergamon Press, Oxford, 1973.
42. A.E.Beezer Thennometric Analysis in MTP Int.Rev.Sci.,Phys.Chem., Series 1, Vol.13, ed. T.S.West, Butterworths, 1973.
43. A.E.Beezer and J.C.Chudy Elucidation of coordination polymer stoichiometry via thermometric titrimetry Thermochim.Acta 6, 231, 1973.
44. A.E.Beezer Application of direct injection enthalpimetry to biochemical systems. Theoretical aspects and the urea-urease system Thermochlm.Acta 7, 241, 1973.
45. A.E.Beezer and H.J.V.Tyrrell Appliactions of flow microcalorimetry to biological problems. Part I. Theoretical aspects. Science Tools 19, 13, 1972.
46. A.E.Beezer and A.K.Slawinski Determination of nickel and selenium by direct injection enthalpimetry Talanta 18, 837, 1971.
47. A.E.Beezer, W.Luttke, Meijere and C.T.Mortimer Heat of formation of bicyclopropyl J.Chem.Soc. 648, 1966.
48. A.E.Beezer and C.T.Mortimer Heats of formation and bond energies. Part XV. Clorotrimethylsilane and hexamethyldisilazane J.Chem.Soc., 514, 1966.
49. A.E.Beezer and C.T.Mortimer Heats of formation and bond energies.Part XIV. Heat of combustion arsenic J.Chem.Soc, 330, 1966.
50. A.E.Beezer, C.T.Mortimer and E G.Tyler Heats of formation and bond energies. Part XIII. Arsenic tribromide, arsenious and arsenic oxides, and aqueous solutions of sodium arsenite and sodium arsenate J.Chem.Soc. 4471, 1965.
51. A.E.Beezer, C.T,Mortimer,H.D.Springall, F.Sondheimer and R.Wolovsky The heat of combustion of cyclo-octadecanonaene([18]annulene) J.Chern.Soc.
216, 1965.
52. A.E.Beezer and C.T.Mortimer Heats of fromation and bind energies. Part XII. Silicon tetrachloride J.Chern.Soc. 2727, 1964.
53. A.F.Bedford, A.E.Beezer, C.T.Mortimer and H.D.Springall Heats of combustion and molecular structure. Part IX. Bicyclo[2,2,l]heptane,7-oxabicyclo[2,2,l]heptane, exo- and endo-2-methyl-7-oxabicyclo[2,2,1]heptane J.Chem.Soc. 3823, 1963.
54. A.F.Bedford, A.E.Beezer and C.T.Mortimer Heats of fromation and bond energies. Part X. 1,2,5,6-tetrahydropyridine, piperadine and pierazine
J.Chem.Soc. 2039, 1963.
55. A.E.Beezer and D.Want Teaching ionic equilibria using computer assisted displays Chem. 18, 104, 1981.
56. A.E.Beezer Views of teachers in Interactive Computer Graphics in Science Teaching, eds. J.McKenzie, L.R.B.Elton and R.Lewis, Ellis-Horwood, 1978
57. J.Barrett and A.E.Beezer Experiments with Computer assisted graphical displays Educ. in Chem. ll, 42, 1977.
58. J.Barrett, A.E.Beezer and A.W.Ellis Computer assisted graphical displays Educ in Chem 13, 17, 1976.
59. Calorimetric measurements on cellular systems: Recommendations for measurements and presentation of resu1ts. Prepared by J.P.Belaich, A.E. Beezer, E.Prosen and I.Wadso. Pure and Appl.Chem. 54. 671, 1982.

Publication Date Jan 1, 1983
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