1971 - Fellow of John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
Biochemistry, Botany, Cell biology, Glycoprotein and Human fertilization are his primary areas of study. Jerry L. Hedrick specializes in Biochemistry, namely Glycogen phosphorylase. While the research belongs to areas of Botany, Jerry L. Hedrick spends his time largely on the problem of Fertilization envelope, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Cortical granule.
Jerry L. Hedrick has included themes like Oocyte, Zona pellucida and Oligosaccharide in his Glycoprotein study. His studies in Human fertilization integrate themes in fields like Sperm, Disulfide bond and Perivitelline space. His research integrates issues of Polymer, Bovine serum albumin and Analytical chemistry in his study of Enzyme.
His main research concerns Biochemistry, Glycoprotein, Cell biology, Vitelline membrane and Human fertilization. His study involves Protease, Enzyme, Lectin, Glycogen phosphorylase and Gel electrophoresis, a branch of Biochemistry. His Gel electrophoresis study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Sodium dodecyl sulfate and Molecular mass.
His Glycoprotein research integrates issues from Oligosaccharide, Oviduct and Zona pellucida. His Cell biology research includes elements of Immunology and Botany. He interconnects Sperm and Cortical reaction in the investigation of issues within Human fertilization.
Jerry L. Hedrick focuses on Glycoprotein, Cell biology, Disulfide bond, Mass spectrometry and Vitelline membrane. His Glycoprotein research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Zona pellucida and Anatomy. Cell biology is closely attributed to Human fertilization in his study.
His Mass spectrometry research is under the purview of Chromatography. His Embryo research incorporates elements of Structural biology and Botany. His study on Rhamnose binding is intertwined with other disciplines of science such as Lectin and Biochemistry.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Tandem mass spectrometry, Collision-induced dissociation, Computational chemistry, Dissociation and Infrared multiphoton dissociation. His study on Tandem mass spectrometry is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Glycan. His Collision-induced dissociation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Ion, Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance, Oligosaccharide and Protein mass spectrometry.
Jerry L. Hedrick has begun a study into Infrared multiphoton dissociation, looking into Mass spectrometry and Chromatography. His Mass spectrometry study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Glycosylation and Biochemistry.
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Size and charge isomer separation and estimation of molecular weights of proteins by disc gel electrophoresis.
Jerry L. Hedrick;Alan J. Smith.
Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics (1968)
Isolation, physicochemical properties, and macromolecular composition of zona pellucida from porcine oocytes.
Bonnie S. Dunbar;Nate J. Wardrip;Jerry L. Hedrick.
Formation and structure of the fertilization envelope in Xenopus laevis
Robert D. Grey;Don P. Wolf;Jerry L. Hedrick.
Developmental Biology (1974)
Determination of N-glycosylation sites and site heterogeneity in glycoproteins.
Hyun Joo An;Thomas R. Peavy;Jerry L. Hedrick;Carlito B. Lebrilla.
Analytical Chemistry (2003)
On the role of pyridoxal 5'-phosphate in phosphorylase. I. Absence of classical vitamin B6--dependent enzymatic activities in muscle glycogen phosphorylase.
Jerry L. Hedrick;Edmond H. Fischer.
A molecular approach to fertilization. II. Viability and artificial fertilization of Xenopus laevis gemetes.
Don P. Wolf;Jerry L. Hedrick.
Developmental Biology (1971)
On the role of pyridoxal 5'-phosphate in phosphorylase. II. Resolution of rabbit muscle phosphorylase b.
Shmuel Shaltiel;Jerry L. Hedrick;Edmond H. Fischer.
Agglutination of jelly coat and cortical granule components and the block to polyspermy in the amphibian Xenopus laevis.
Ron E. Wyrick;Tatsuro Nishihara;Jerry L. Hedrick.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1974)
Isolation, physicochemical properties, and the macromolecular composition of the vitelline and fertilization envelopes from Xenopus laevis eggs.
Don P. Wolf;Tatsuro Nishihara;David M. West;Ron E. Wyrick.
Structure and function of the extracellular matrix of anuran eggs.
Jerry L. Hedrick;Tatsuro Nishihara.
Journal of Electron Microscopy Technique (1991)
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