2008 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
1987 - Member of the National Academy of Sciences
1986 - Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
H R Kaback mainly investigates Biochemistry, Membrane transport protein, Vesicle, Lactose transport and Lactose permease. Escherichia coli, Lactose, Protein secondary structure, Respiratory chain and Transport protein are subfields of Biochemistry in which his conducts study. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Protein structure, Peptide sequence, Membrane transport and Symporter.
His Vesicle research is included under the broader classification of Membrane. His research investigates the connection with Lactose transport and areas like Amino acid which intersect with concerns in Lipid bilayer, Circular dichroism, Bacteriorhodopsin and Integral membrane protein. H R Kaback interconnects Oxaloacetate decarboxylase and Biotin in the investigation of issues within Lactose permease.
H R Kaback spends much of his time researching Biochemistry, Lactose permease, Permease, Escherichia coli and Membrane. Biochemistry is a component of his Lactose transport, Mutant, Membrane transport protein, Vesicle and Symporter studies. His Lactose permease research includes elements of Periplasmic space, Helix, Stereochemistry and Transmembrane domain.
As a part of the same scientific study, H R Kaback usually deals with the Permease, concentrating on Site-directed mutagenesis and frequently concerns with Beta-galactoside permease and Histidine. H R Kaback usually deals with Escherichia coli and limits it to topics linked to Lactose and Chromosomal translocation and Liposome. His study in Membrane is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Biophysics, Chromatography and Metabolism.
His primary areas of investigation include Lactose permease, Permease, Biochemistry, Helix and Stereochemistry. The study incorporates disciplines such as Crystallography, Periplasmic space and Transmembrane domain in addition to Lactose permease. His Permease research integrates issues from Biophysics, Membrane transport protein, Symporter and Binding site.
His Membrane transport protein research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Transport protein and Peptide sequence. His Helix study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Residue and Amino acid. As a part of the same scientific family, H R Kaback mostly works in the field of Stereochemistry, focusing on Substrate and, on occasion, Moiety, Alkylation and Anomer.
H R Kaback mainly focuses on Lactose permease, Permease, Biochemistry, Stereochemistry and Membrane transport protein. His work deals with themes such as Crystallography, Protein structure and Binding site, which intersect with Lactose permease. His work carried out in the field of Permease brings together such families of science as Affinity chromatography, Helix and Transmembrane domain.
Particularly relevant to Transport protein is his body of work in Biochemistry. His research in Membrane transport protein intersects with topics in Biophysics and Protein engineering. His research investigates the connection between Escherichia coli and topics such as Lactose that intersect with problems in Efflux.
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Purification and reconstitution of functional lactose carrier from Escherichia coli.
M J Newman;D L Foster;T H Wilson;H R Kaback.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (1981)
Transport across isolated bacterial cytoplasmic membranes.
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (1972)
Transport Studies in Bacterial Membrane Vesicles
H. R. Kaback.
Structure of the lac carrier protein of Escherichia coli.
D L Foster;M Boublik;H R Kaback.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (1983)
The electrochemical gradient of protons and its relationship to active transport in Escherichia coli membrane vesicles.
S Ramos;S Schuldiner;H R Kaback.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1976)
The kamikaze approach to membrane transport
H R Kaback;M Sahin-Tóth;A B Weinglass.
Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology (2001)
Mechanisms of Active Transport in Isolated Membrane Vesicles II. THE MECHANISM OF ENERGY COUPLING BETWEEN d-LACTIC DEHYDROGENASE AND β-GALACTOSIDE TRANSPORT IN MEMBRANE PREPARATIONS FROM ESCHERICHIA COLI
H. R. Kaback;Eugene M. Barnes.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (1971)
The Role of the Phosphoenolpyruvate-phosphotransferase System in the Transport of Sugars by Isolated Membrane Preparations of Escherichia coli
H R Kaback.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (1968)
Membranes and Transport
H. R. Kaback;Jen-Shiang Hong;Giovanna Ames.
CRC Critical Reviews in Microbiology (1973)
The electrochemical proton gradient in Escherichia coli membrane vesicles.
Ramos S;Kaback Hr.
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