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“Construction of a Shuttle Vector Containing a Nitrogen Mustard Crosslink at a Unique Plasmid Location “, D. A. Grueneberg, J.O. Ojwang, M. Benesutti, S. C. Hartman, and E. L. Loechler , (vol. 53, M. E. Jones and P. A. Hoffee, eds. (Cancer Research (1991) 51:2268–2272).

“Two Dominant-acting Selectable Markers for Gene Transfer Studies in Mammalian Cells” S. C. Hartman and R. C. Mulligan (Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. (1988) 85:8047-8051.)

“Role of Iron in Survival and Growth of Neoplastic Cells in Culture” D. V. Young, F. Cox, S. C. Hartman, and S. Chipman, (Microbiology (1983) 78:318).

“Amidophosphoribosyltransferase in “Methods in Enzymology “, J. M. Lewis and S. C. Hartman, (vol. 53, M. E. Jones and P. A. Hoffee, eds. (1978) Academic Press, New York, p. 171).

“Preferential Utilization of Glutamine for Amination of Xanthosine 5′-Phosphate to Guanosine 5′-Phosphate by purified Enzymes from Escherichia coli “, B. H. Lee and S. C. Hartman, (Biochem. Biophys. Res. Comm (1974) 60:918).

“Glutaminase of E. coli: Subunit Structure and Cooperative Behavior”, S. C. Hartman and E. M. Stochaj, (J. Biol. Chem. (1973) 248:8511).

“Glutaminase of E. coli: Reactions with the Substrate Analogue, Diazo-oxonorleucine”, S. C. Hartman and T. F. McGrath, (J. Biol. Chem. (1973) 248:8506).

“Guanosine 5′-Phosphate Synthetase,” in “The Enzymes of Glutamine Metabolism”, S. C. Hartman and S. Prusiner, (S. Prusiner and E. R. Stadtman, eds. (1973) Academic Press, New York, p. 409).

“Relationships between Glutamine Amidotransferases and Glutaminases,” in “The Enzymes of Glutamine Metabolism”, S. C. Hartman, (S. Prusiner and E. R. Stadtman, eds. (1973) Academic Press, New York, p. 319).

“Glutaminases of Escherichia coli,” in “Methods in Enzymology”, S. C. Hartman, (vol. 17, H. Tabor and C. W. Tabor, eds., (1970) Academic Press, New York, p. 941).

“Glutaminases and Glutamyl Transferases,” in “The Enzymes”,S. C. Hartman, (P. D. Boyer, ed., 3rd edit. (1970) Academic Press, New York, p. 79).

“Metabolism of Purines and Pyrimidines,” in “Metabolic Pathways”, S. C. Hartman, (D. M. Greenberg, ed., 3rd edit. (1970), Academic Press, New York, p. 1).

“Glutaminase of E. coli: Studies on the Reaction Mechanism”, S. C. Hartman, (J. Biol. Chem. (1968) 243:870).

“Glutaminase of E. coli: Studies on the Exchange of Oxygen between Water and Substrates”, R. A. Hammer and S. C. Hartman, (J. Biol. Chem. (1968) 243:864).

“Glutaminase of E. coli: Purification and General Catalytic Properties”, S. C. Hartman, (J. Biol. Chem. (1968) 243:853).

“On the Origin of Trimethylamine Oxide in the Spiny Dogfish, Squalus acanthias”, L. Goldstein, S. C. Hartman and R. P. Forster, (Comp. Biochem. Physiol. (1967) 21:719).

“Pathways of Urea Synthesis in the Elasmobranch, Squalus acanthias”, J.M. Schooler, L. Goldstein, S.C. Hartman, and R.P. Forster, (Comp. Biochem. Physiol. (1966) 18:271).

“The Interaction of 6-Diazo-5-oxonorleucine with Phosphoribosylpyro-phosphate Amidotransferase”, S. C. Hartman, (J. Biol. Chem. (1963) 238:3036).

“Phosphoribosylpyrophosphate Amidotransferase: Purification and General Catalytic Properties”, S. C. Hartman, (J. Biol. Chem. (1963) 238:3024).

“Enzymatic Reactions in the Synthesis of the Purines”, J. M. Buchanan and S. C. Hartman, (Adv. Enzymol. (1959) 21:199).

“The Biosynthesis of the Purines”, S. C. Hartman and J. M. Buchanan, (Ergebnisse der Physiologie (1959) 50:75).

“Nucleic Acids, Purines, and Pyrimidines (Nucleotide Synthesis)”, S. C. Hartman and J. M. Buchanan, (Ann. Rev. Biochem. (1959) 28:365).

“Reactions Involving the Carbon-Nitrogen Bond: Heterocyclic Compounds”, J. M. Buchanan, S. C. Hartman, L. Herrmann and R. A. Day, (J. Cell. Comp. Physiol. (1959) 54:139).

“Biosynthesis of the Purines XXVI. The Identification of the Formyl Donors of the Transformylation Reactions”, S. C. Hartman and J. M. Buchanan, (J. Biol. Chem. (1959) 234:1812).

“Enzymatic Mechanisms in Purine Biosynthesis”, S. C. Hartman and J. M. Buchanan, (Third General Assembly, International Union of Biochemistry, Vienna (1958):97-110).

“Biosynthesis of the Purines XXII. 2-Amino-N-ribosylacetamide 5′-Phosphate Kinosynthase”, S. C. Hartman and J. M. Buchanan, (J. Biol. Chem. (1958) 233:456).

“Biosynthesis of the Purines XX. 5-Phosphoribosyl-pyrophosphate Amidotransferase”, S. C. Hartman and J. M. Buchanan, (J. Biol. Chem. (1958) 233:451).

“The Specific Action of Azaserine on Enzymes Concerned with Purine Biosynthesis”, J. M. Buchanan, B. Levenberg, I. Melnick and S.C.Hartman, (Henry Ford Hospital Symposium on the Leukemias (1957) Academic Press, Inc., New York. p. 523-539).

“The Enzymatic Synthesis of Inosinic Acid de novo,” Ciba Foundation Symposium on the Chemistry and Biology of Purines”,J. M. Buchanan, J. G. Flaks, S. C. Hartman, B. Levenberg, L. N. Lukens and L. Warren, (1957):233-252).

“Structure, Enzymatic Synthesis and Metabolism of Glycinamide Ribotide and (a-N-Formyl)-glycinamide Ribotide”, S. C. Hartman, B. Levenberg and J. M. Buchanan, (J. Biol. Chem. (1956) 221:1057).

“Further Studies in vitro on the Metabolic Origin of Nitrogen Atoms 1 and 3 of the Purine Ring”, B. Levenberg, S. C. Hartman and J. M. Buchanan, (J. Biol. Chem. (1956) 220:379.).

“Involvement of ATP, 5-Phospho-ribosylpyrophosphate and L-Azaserine in the Enzymatic Formation of Glycinamide Ribotide Intermediates in Inosinic Acid Biosynthesis”, S. C. Hartman, B. Levenberg and J. M. Buchanan, (J. Am. Chem. Soc. (1955) 77:501).

“On the Mechanism of the Oxidation of Uric Acid by Alkaline Peroxide”, S. C. Hartman and J. Fellig, (J. Am. Chem. Soc. (1955) 77:1051).