Norman Gulack Anderson

Publications

 

1.       Gastric carbonic anhydrase and acid secretion in turtles. Anderson, N.G., and Wilbur, K.M., J. Cell. and Comp. Physiol. 31:293-302, 1948

2.       Electrometric and colorimetric determination of carbonic anhydrase.  Wilbur, K.M., and Anderson, N.G., J. Biol. Chem. 176: 147-154, 1948

3.       An antichylomicronemic substance produced by heparin injection. Anderson, N.G., and Fawcett, B., Proc. Soc. Exptl. Biol. Med.  74: 768-771, 1950

4.       Carbonic anhydrase and growth in the oyster and busycon.  Wilbur, K.M., and Anderson N.G., Biol. Bull. 98:19-24, 1950

5.       Studies on isolated cell components.  1. Nuclear isolation by differential centrifugation. Wilbur, K.M., and Anderson, N.G. , Exptl. Cell Res. 2: 47-57, 1951.

6.       Studies on isolated cell components.  II. The release of a nuclear gel by heparin.  Anderson, N.G., and Wilbur, K.M., G. Gen. Physiol. 34: 647-656, 1951.

7.       Studies on isolated cell components. III.  A cytological study of the effects of heparin on isolated nuclei. Roberts, H. S., and Anderson, N.G., Exptl. Cell Res.  2: 224-234, 1951.

8.       Studies on isolated cell components. IV. The effect of various solutions on the isolated rat liver nucleus.  Anderson, N.G., and Wilbur, K.M., J. Gen. Physiol. 35: 781-796, 1952.

9.       Degree of polymerization of deoxyribonucleic acid.  Anderson, N.G., Nature 172: 807, 1953.

10.    Studies on isolated cell components. V. The effects of various solutions on the nuclear envelope of the isolated rat liver nucleus. Anderson, N.G., Exptl. Cell Res. 4: 306-315, 1953.

11.    Studies on isolated cell components. VI. The effects of nucleases and proteases on rat liver nuclei.  Anderson, N.G., Exptl. Cell Res. 5: 361-374, 1953

12.    On the nuclear envelope.  Anderson, N.G., Science 117: 517-521, 1953.

13.    The mass isolation of whole cells from rat liver.  Anderson, N.G., Science 117: 627-628, 1953. 

14.    Changes in basic proteins, deoxyribonucleic and total nitrogen during the development of the chick to hatching.  Horn, E.C., and Anderson, N.G., Am. Asssoc. Adv. Sci. (Am. Soc. Zoo1.) (December 26-31, 1953), Anat. Record 117: 524, 1953

15.    Studies on isolated cell components.  VII. A reexamination of the preparation and properties of rat liver homogenates.  Anderson, N.G., Exptl. Cell Res. 8: 91-100, 1955.

16.    Brei fractionation. Anderson, N.G., Science 121: 774-776, 1955

17.    Mechanical device for producing density gradients in liquids. Anderson, N.G., Rev. Sci. Instr. 26: 891-892, 1955.

18.    Studies on isolated cell components. VIII. High resolution gradient differential centrifugation.  Anderson, N.G., Exptl. Cell Res. 9: 446-459, 1955.

19.    Studies on isolated cell components. IX. The soluble phase.  Anderson, N.G., Exptl. Cell Res. 11: 186-196, 1956. 

20.    A note on “homogenizers” for tissue brei preparation.  Anderson, N.G., J. Biophys. And Biochem. Cytol. 2: 219-220, 1956.

21.    Cell division.  Part I. A theoretical approach to the primeval mechanisms, the initiation of cell division and chromosomal condensation.  Anderson, N.G., Quart. Rev. Biol. 31: 169-199, 1956.

22.    Cell Division. Part II.  A theoretical approach to chromosomal movements and the division of the cell.  Anderson, N.G., Quart. Rev. Biol. 31: 243-269, 1956.

23.    Techniques for the mass isolation of cellular components. Anderson, N.G., in Physical Techniques in Biological Research. Vol. III, Cells and Tissues.  G. Oster and A.W. Pollister, eds. Academic Press, N.Y. 1956.  pp 299-352.

24.    Labile colloidal complexes of the cytoplasm. Anderson, N.G., J. Cell. Comp. Physiol. 49: 221-241, 1957.

25.    A simple method for observing refractive index gradients in liquids. Anderson, N.G., Biochim. Biophys. Acta  25: 418, 1957.

26.    Physicochemical properties of circulating red blood cells of lethally x-irradiated mice treated with rat bone marrow. Makinodan, T., and Anderson, N.G., Blood 12: 984-992, 1957.

27.    A method for the rapid fractionation of particulate systems by gradient differential centrifugation.  Albright, J.F., and Anderson, N.G., Exptl. Cell Research 15: 271-1181, 1958

28.    Rapid sedimentation of proteins through starch.  Anderson, N.G. , Nature 181: 45-46, 1958

29.    Ultracentrifuge studies on soluble tissue proteins.  Canning, R.E., and Anderson, N.G., AIBS (Bloomington, Ind., August 24-28, 1958), Anat. Record 131: 542, 1958

30.    Studies on isolated cell components. X. Structure formation by clear liver protein formation.  Anderson, N.G., Exptl. Cell Res. 16: 42-48, 1959.

31.    Studies on isolated cell components. XI. Rat blood proteins. Anderson, N.G., Canning, R.E., Anderson, M.L., and Shellhamer, R.H., Exptl. Cell Res. 16: 292-308, 1959.

32.    Studies on isolated cell components.  XII. An ultra-centrifugal analysis of soluble proteins from rat liver, brain, kidney and testis.  Anderson, N.G., and Canning, R. H., Exptl. Cell Res. 17: 465-471, 1959.

33.    Studies on nuclei. I. Physical properties of deoxyribonucleoprotein from rat thymus in 1 M sodium chloride. Fisher, W.D., Anderson, N.G., and Wilbur, K.M., Exptl. Cell Res. 18: 100-111, 1959. 

34.    Studies on nuclei.  II. Effects of x-rays on deoxyribonucleoprotein from rat thymus. Fisher, W.D., Anderson, N.G., and Wilbur, K.M., Exptl. Cell Res. 18: 481-493, 1959

35.    Approaches to aging at the molecular level. Anderson, N.G., In The Biology of Aging. B.L. Strehler, ed., American Institute of Biological Sciences, Washington, DC, pp. 105-112, 1960.

36.    A method for plotting ultracentrifuge diagrams for polydisperse systems. Anderson, N.G., and Canning, R.E., Biochem. Biophys. Acta 38: 367-369, 1960.

37.    Relation of the physical properties of deoxyribonucleoprotein in I M NaCl to nuclear structure. Anderson, N.G. and Fisher, W.D., In, The Cell Nucleus J.S. Mitchell, ed., Butterworth Scientific Publications, London, pp 195-199, 1960.

38.    Cell Division V.  Molecular mechanisms.  Anderson, N.G., Fisher, W.D., and Bond, H.E., Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci. 90: 486-499, 1960.

39.    Cell Division III. The effects of amines on the structure of isolated nuclei.  Anderson, N.G., and Norris, C. B., Exptl. Cell Res.  19: 605-618, 1960.

40.    Chromosome coiling: Abnormalities induced by polyamines.  Davidson, D., and Anderson, N.G., Exptl. Cell Res. 20: 610-613, 1960.

41.    Cell Division. IV.  Acceleration of mitotic rate of grasshopper neuroblasts by agmatine.  St. Amand, G.A., Anderson, N.G. and Gaulden, M.E., Exptl. Cell Res. 20: 71-76, 1960.

42.    Quartz flow cells for continuous spectrophotometric analysis of column effluents.  Anderson, N. G., Anal. Chem. 33: 970-971, 1961.

43.    Studies on nuclei IV. Evidence for the existence of DNA protein strands in intact nuclei.  Anderson N.G. and Fisher, W. D., Expt. Cell Research 22: 13-17, 1961

44.    Studies on isolated cell components.  XIII.  The effects of heat on rat liver soluble proteins.  Anderson, N.G., Makinodan, T. and Norris, C.B., Expt. Cell Research 22: 526-534, 1961

45.    Studies on isolated cells components.  XIV. An electrophoretic analysis of the soluble proteins of rat liver, kidney, brain and testis.  Anderson, N.G., and Swanson H.D., Exptl.  Cell Research 23: 58-68, 1961

46.    Studies on isolated cell components.  XV.  The distribution of certain enzymes in the electrophoretic pattern of the soluble phase of rat liver.  Anderson, N.G., Fisher W.D. and Anderson M.L., Expt.  Cell Research 23: 318-323, 1961

47.    Analytical techniques for cell fractions.  I. Simplified gradient elution programming. Anderson, N.G., Bond, H.E., and Canning, R.E., Analyt. Biochem. 3: 472-478, 1962.

48.    Analytical techniques for cell fractions. II. A spectrophotometric column monitoring system.  Anderson, N.G., Analyt. Biochem. 4: 269-283, 1962.

49.    Separation of cell components in the zonal ultracentrifuge.  Anderson, N.G. and Burger, C.L., Science 136: 646-648, 1962

50.    Separation of nucleotides, nucleosides and bases on Dowex 1 x 8.  Anderson, N.G. and Sister Francis C. Ladd., Biochim. Et Biophys. Acta 55: 275-276, 1962

51.    The zonal ultracentrifuge.  A new instrument for fractionating mixtures of particles.  Anderson, N.G., J. Phys. Chem., 66: 1984-1989, 1962.

52.    On the origin of life.  Anderson, N.G., In, Lectures in Biological Sciences, ed. J. I. Townsend.  The University of Tennessee Press, Knoxville, 1963, pp 1-13

53.    Virus isolation in the zonal ultracentrifuge. Anderson, N.G., Nature 199: 1166-1168, 1963

54.    Analytical techniques for cell fractions.  III. Nucleotides and related compounds. Anderson, N.G., Green, J.G., Barber, M.L., and Sr. F.C. Ladd., Anal. Biochem. 6: 153-169, 1963.

55.    Banding of RNA and viruses in the new zonal ultracentrifuge.  Anderson, N.G., Barringer, H.P., Canning, R.E., Burger, D.L. and Rankin, C.T. 7th Ann. Meeting Biophysical Soc., New York City, Feb. 18-20, 1963.  Program of Abstracts. MB10.

56.    A gel filtration method for studies on protein iron-binding.  Barber, A.A., Dempster, Carol, and Anderson, N.G., Clin. Chim. Acta 8: 143-145, 1963

57.    Continuous recording of cell number in logarithmic and synchronized cultures.  James, T.W. and Anderson, N.G., Science 142: 1183-1185, 1963

58.    Analytical techniques for cell fractions.  IV. Reorienting gradient rotors for zonal centrifugation.  Anderson, N.G., Price, C.A., Fisher, W.D., Canning, R.E., and Burger, C.L., Anal. Biochem. 7: 1-9, 1964

59.    Virus-like particles in human leukemic plasma. Burger, C.L., Harris, W.W., Anderson, N.G., Bartlett, T.W. and Kniseley, R.M., Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol. Med.  115: 151-156, 1964

60.    Virus isolation from tissues.  Anderson, N.G., Burger, C.L., Harris, W.W., Biophys. Soc. Program of Abstracts, FC 11

61.    Virus isolation by continuous-flow centrifugation combined with banding.  Anderson, N.G., Burger, C.L., and Barringer, H.P., Ped. Proc. 23: 140, 1964.

62.    High resolution automated ion exchange systems.  Anderson, N.G., Abstracts of papers, 146th Meeting, American Chemical Society, p 28A. 1964.

63.    The B-IV zonal ultracentrifuge.  Anderson, N.G., Barringer, H.P., Babelay, E.F., and Fisher, W.D., Life Sci. 3:667-671, 1964

64.    New centrifuges for biological research.  Anderson, N.G., New scientist 24: 732-734, 1964

65.    Separation of sub cellular fractions with a new zonal rotor.  Canning, Robert E., and Anderson, N.G., American Zoo1. 4: 310, 1964

66.    Density gradient centrifugation in angle-head rotors.  Fisher, W.D., Cline, G.B., and Anderson, N.G., Anal. Biochem. 9: 477-482.  1964.

67.    Studies on isolated cell components XVI.  The distribution of acid phenyl phosphatase activities in rat liver brei fractionated in the zonal ultracentrifuge.  Schuel Herbert, and Norman G. Anderson., J. Cell Biol. 21: 309-323, 1964.

68.    Studies on isolated cell components XVII.  The distribution of cytochrome oxidase activity in rat liver brei fractionated in the zonal ultracentrifuge.  Schuel Herbert, Samuel R. Tipton, and Norman G. Anderson., J. Cell Biol. 22: 317-326, 1964

69.    Viral-like particles in human leukemia plasma.  Burger, C.L., Harris W.W., Anderson, N.G., Bartlett, T.W. and Kniseley, R.M., In the Year Book of cancer (1964-1965), Ed. R.L. Clark and R.W. Cumley.  Year Book Medical Publishers, Inc., Chicago, 1965.  pp. 519-520

70.    Isolation of relaxing particles from rat skeletal muscles in zonal centrifuges.  Schuel, H., Lorand, L., Schuel, R., Anderson, N.G., J. Gen. Physiol. 48: 737-752, 1965

71.    Prototype automatic carbohydrate analyzer. Green, J.G. and Anderson, N.G., Federation Proc. 24: 606, 1965

72.    Introduction.  Anderson, N.G., Natl. Cancer Inst. Monograph No. 21, pp 1-5, 1966

73.    An introduction to particle separations in zonal centrifuges.  Anderson, N.G., Natl. Cancer Inst. Monograph No. 21, pp 9-40, 1966

74.    The development of low-speed “A” series zonal rotors. Anderson, N.G., Barringer, H.P., Cho, N., Nunley, C.E., Babelay, E.F., Canning, R.E., and Rankin, Jr. C.T., Natl. Cancer Inst. Monograph No. 21, pp 113-1, 1966.

75.    The design and operation of the B-IV zonal centrifuge system.  Anderson, N.G., Barringer, H.P., Babelay, E.F., Nunley, C.E., Bartkus, M.J., Fisher, W.D., Rankin, AJr.  C.T., Natl. Cancer Inst. Monograph No. 21, pp 137-164, 1966.

76.    Zonal rotors with removable seals: Rotors B-X and B-XI.  Barringer, H.P., Anderson, N.G., Nunley, C.E., Ziehlke, K.T. and Dritt, W.S., Natl. Cancer Inst. Monograph No. 21, pp 165-174, 1966

77.    Design of the B-X continuous-flow centrifuge system. Barringer, H.P., Anderson, N.G., Nunley, C.E., Natl. Cancer Inst. Monograph No. 21, pp 191-198, 1966.

78.    Continuous-flow centrifugation combined with isopycnic banding: Rotors B-VIII and B-IX.  Anderson, N.G., Barringer, H.P., Amburgey, Jr., J.W., Cline, G.B., Nunley, C.E. and Berman, A.S., Natl. Cancer Inst. Monograph No. 21, pp 199-218, 1966.

79.    Separation of sub cellular components and viruses by combined rate- and isopycnic-zonal centrifugation.  Anderson, N.G., Harris, W.W. Barber, A.A., Rankin, Jr., C.T., and Candler, E.L., Natl. Cancer Inst. Monograph No. 21, pp 253-284, 1966.

80.    Isolation of native glycogen by combined rate-zonal and isopycnic centrifugation.  Barber, A.A., Harris, W.W., Anderson, N.G., Natl. Cancer Inst. Monograph No. 21, pp 285-302, 1966.

81.    The isolation of oral structures from Tetrahymena pyriformis by low-speed zonal     centrifugation.  Whitson, G.L., Padilla, G.M., Canning, R.E., Cameron, I.L., Anderson, N.G., and Elrod,L.H., Natl. Cancer Inst. Monograph No. 21, pp 317-322, 1966.

82.    Lipid peroxidation in rat tissue particulates separated by zonal centrifugation.  Barber, A.A., Rankin, Jr., C.T., and Anderson, N.G., Natl. Cancer Inst. Monograph No. 21, pp 333-344, 1966.

83.    An evaluation of the B-V (continuous-flow) and B-IV (density gradient) rotors by use of live poliovirus. Reimer, C.B., Newlin, T.E., Havens, M.L. Baker, R.S. Anderson, N.G., Cline, G.B., Barringer, H.P. and Nunley, C.E., Natl. Cancer Inst. Monograph No. 21, pp 375-388, 1966.

84.    Unusual particles in human plasma from leukemia and lymphosarcoma. Harris, W.W., Anderson, N.G., Bartlett, T.W., Rutenberg, E.L., McCauley, L.L. and Kniseley, R.M., Natl. Cancer Inst. Monograph No. 21, pp 389-396, 1966.

85.    Centrifugal freezing.  I.  A system for rapid freezing of aqueous cell suspensions.  Anderson, N.G., Green, J.G., and Mazur, P., Natl. Cancer Inst. Monograph No. 21, pp 415-430, 1966.

86.    High-pressure column chromatography.  I. Design of apparatus and separation of bases, nucleosides and nucleotides.  Green, J.G., Nunley, C.E. and Anderson, N.G., Natl. Cancer Inst. Monograph No. 21, pp 431-440, 1966.

87.    Problems in biocontainment.  Cho, N., Barringer, H.P., Amburgey, J.W., Cline, G.B., Anderson, N.G., McCauley, L.L., Stevens, R.H. and Swarthout, W.M., Natl. Cancer Inst. Monograph No. 21, pp 485-502, 1966.

88.    Zonal centrifuges and other separation systems.  Anderson, N.G., Science 154: 103-112, 1966

89.    Two new simple zonal centrifuges rotors: B-XIV and B-BX.  Anderson, N.G., Waters, D.A., Nunley, C.E., and Cline G.B., Federation Proc. 25: 421, 1966

90.    Improved continuous flow with banding centrifugation.  Cline, G.B., Nunley, C.E., and Anderson, N.G., Nature 212: 487-489, 1966

91.    Studies on synchronized cells: Radiation-induced division delay in flagellate Astasia longa.  Padilla, G.M., Van Dreal, P.A. and Anderson, N.G., Radiation Res. 28: 157-165, 1966.

92.    Molecular anatomy:  Next major science programme.  Anderson, N.G., Sci. J. 3: 35-41, 1967

93.    Preparative zonal centrifugation. Anderson, N.G., In Methods of Biochemical Analysis, Vol. XV (Ed. By David Glick).  Interscience Publishers, Division of John Wiley & Sons, New York, pp 271-310, 1967

94.    New centrifugal methods for virus isolation.  Anderson, N.G. and Cline G.B., In methods in Virology, Vol. II (Ed. By K. Maramorsch and H. Koprowski).  Academic Press, Inc., New York, pp. 137-178, 1967

95.    Isolation of viral particles from large fluid volumes.  Anderson, N.G., Cline, G.B., Harris, W.W., and Green, J.G., In Transmission of Viruses by the water route (Ed. by Gerald Berg).  Interscience Publishers, Division of John Wiley & Sons, New York, pp. 75-88, 1967

96.    The soluble phase of the cell.  Anderson, N.G., and Green, J.G., In Enzyme Cytology (Ed. by D.B. Roodyn).  Academic Press, London, pp 475-509, 1967

97.    Analytical Techniques for cell fractions.   V. Characteristics of the B-XIV and B-XV zonal centrifuge rotors.  Anderson, N.G., Waters, D.A., Fisher, W.D., Cline G.B., Nunley, C.E., Elrod, L.H., Rankin Jr., C.T. , Anal. Biochem 21: 235-252, 1967

98.    Analytical techniques for cell fractions. A simple gradient-forming apparatus. Anderson, N.G., and Rutenberg, E., Anal. Biochem. 21: 259-265, 1967.

99.    Analytical techniques for cell fractions. VI.  Multiple gradient-distributing Rotor (B-XXI).  Candler, E.L., Nunley, C.E., and Anderson, N.G., Anal. Biochem. 21: 253-258, 1967.

100. Respiratory syncytial virus isolation by combined continuous flow-isopycnic banding centrifugation.  Cline, G.B., Coates, H., Anderson, N.G., Chanock, R.M., and Harris, W.W., J. Virol. 1: 659-664, 1967

101. Purification of large quantities of influenza virus by density gradient centrifugation.  Reimer, C.B., Baker, R.S., Van Frank, R.M., Newlin, T.E., Cline, G.B., and Anderson, N.G., J. Virol. 1: 1207-1216, 1967

102. Automatic high-resolution analysis of urine for its ultraviolet absorbing constituents.  Scott, C.D., Attrill, J.E. and Proc. Soc. Exptl. Biol. and Med. 125: 181-184, 1967

103. Preparative particle separation in density gradients.  Anderson, N.G., Quarterly Review of Biophysics 1: 217-263, 1968.

104. Analytical techniques for cell fractions. VIII. Analytical differential centrifugation in angle head rotors.  Anderson, N.G., Anal. Biochem. 23: 72-83, 1968.

105. Analytical techniques for cell fractions. IX Measurement and transfer of small fluid volumes.  Anderson, N.G., Anal. Biochem. 23: 207-218, 1968

106. Detection of persistent infections using biophysical methods.  Anderson, N.G., Natl. Cancer Inst. Monograph No. 29; 393-402, 1968.

107. Trends in clinical chemistry.  Anderson, N.G., Clinical Chemistry 14: (8), 829, 1968

108. Our first priority in science should be the molecular anatomy of the cell.  Anderson, N.G., and Liverman, J.L., Scientific Res. 3: 37-46, 1968.

109. New zonal rotors for antigen fractionation.  Anderson, N.G., Nunley, C.E., and Rankin, C.T., Fed. Proc. 27 (2), 366, 1968

110. Isolation of rat liver cell membranes by combined rate and isopycnic zonal centrifugation.  Anderson, N.G., Lansing, A.I., Lieberman, I., Rankin, C.T., and Elrod, H., Wistar monograph No. 8: 23-35, 1968

111. Analytical techniques for cell fractions.  X. High-pressure ninhydrin reaction system.  Anderson, N.G., Stevens, R.H., and Holleman, J. W., Anal. Biochem. 26: 104-117, 1968

112. Analytical techniques for cell fractions.  XI.  A zonal centrifuge rotor for center or edge unloading (B-XXIII).  Anderson, N.G., Rankin Jr., C.T., Brown, D.H., Nunley, C.E. and Hsu, H.W., Anal. Biochem. 26: 415-419, 1968

113. Studies on adenovirus 31 hamster tumor antigens.  Anderson, N.G., Candler, E.L. and Elrod, L.H., Abstract, Transplantation 6: 647-648, 1968

114. Isolation of a membrane fraction enriched in nerve-end membranes from rat brain by zonal centrifugation.  Cotman, C., Mahler, H.R., and Anderson, N.G., Biochim. Biophys. Acta 163: 272-275, 1968

115. Isolation of nuclei using reoriented gradients.  Elrod, L.H., Anderson, N.G., Patrick, L.C. and Shinpaugh, J.C., J. Tenn. Acad. Sci. 43: 48-49, 1968

116. Zonal centrifugation of adult, fetal, and malignant brain tissue.  Mahaley Jr., M.S., Day, E.D., Anderson, N.G., Wilfong, R.F. and Brater, C., Cancer Res. 28: 1783-1789

117. Mass purification of polyhedral inclusion bodied by isopycnic banding in zonal rotors. Martignoni, M., Breillatt, J.P. and Anderson, N.G., J. Invert. Path. Vol. II. 507-510, 1968

118. Evaluation of "virus-like particles” in the plasmas of 255 patients with leukemia and related diseases.  Newell, G.R., Harris, W.W., Bowman, K.O., Boone, C.W., and Anderson, N.G., New England J. of Medicine 278: 1185-1191, 1968.

119. Lipid class and fatty acid composition of rat liver plasma membranes isolated by zonal centrifugation.  Pfleger, R.C., Anderson, N.G., and Snyder, F., Biochemistry 7: 2826-2833, 1968

120. Instrumentation for Biophysical Research.  Anderson, N.G., In Future Goals of Engineering in Biology and Medicine.  James F. Dickson, III, and J.H.U. Brown (Eds.). Academic Press, New York, pp. 98-105 (1969).

121. Analytical Techniques for Cell Fractions. XII. A Multiple-Cuvet Rotor for a New Microanalytical System.  Anderson, N.G., Anal. Biochem. 28: 545-562 (1969)

122. Analytical Techniques for Cell Fractions. XIV. Use of Drainage Syphons in a Fast-Analyzer Cuvet-Rotor. Anderson, N.G., Anal. Biochem. 32: 59-69 (1969)

123. Analytical Techniques for Cell Fractions. XVI. Preparation of Protein-Free Supernatants with a “Z” – Path Rotor. Anderson, N.G., Anal. Biochem. 31: 272-278 (1969)

124. Computer Interfaced Fast Analyzers.  Anderson, N.G., Science 166, 317-324 (1969)

125. Recognition of Foreignness:  The Theory of the Perfect Set. Anderson, N.G., Exptl. Hematol. 19: 45-52 (1969)

126. The Development of Automated Systems for Clinical and Research Use. Anderson, N.G., Clinica Chemica Acta 25: 321-330 (1969)

127. “Anomalous” Water. Anderson, N.G., Nature. 244: 626 (1969)

128. Analytical Techniques for Cell Fractions.  XV. Rotor B-XXIX – A New High-Resolution Zonal Centrifuge Rotor for Virus Isolation and Cell Fractionation.  Anderson, N.G., Nunley, C.E., Rankin Jr. C.T., Anal. Biochem. 31: 255-271 (1969)

129. K-Series Centrifuges.  I. Development of the K-II Continuous-Sample-Flow-With-Banding Centrifuge System for Vaccine Purification. Anderson, N.G., Waters, D.A., Nunley, C.E, Gibson, R.F., Schilling, R.M., Denny, E.C., Cline, G.B., Babelay, E.F. and Perardi, T.E., Anal. Biochem. 32: 460-494 (1969)

130. Induction of Tumor-Specific Transplantation Immunity in Hamsters with Cell Fractions From Adenovirus and SV40 Tumor Cells. Coggin, J.H., Elrod, L.H., Ambrose, K.R. and Anderson, N.G., Proc. Soc. Exptl. Biol. Med. 132: 328-336 (1969)

131. Analytical Techniques for cell fractions. XIII. Rotor A-XVI – A Plastic Gradient Reorienting Rotor for Isolating Nuclei. Elrod, L.H., Patrick, L.C. and Anderson, N.G., Anal. Biochem. 30: 230-248 (1969)

132. Purification of Influenza Virus in the K-II Zonal Centrifuge.  Gerin, J.L., and Anderson, N.G., Nature 221: 1255-56 (1969)

133. An Optical Density Thermometer. Hatcher, D.W., and Anderson, N.G., Anal. Letters 2: 373-378 (1969)

134. GeMSAEC: A New Analytic tool for clinical chemistry.  Total serum protein with the Biuret Reaction. Hatcher, D.W. and Anderson, N.G., Am. J. Clin. Path. 52, 645-650 (1969)

135. Transport Phenomena in Zonal Centrifuge Rotors. Hsu, H.W. and Anderson, N.G., Biophys. J. 9: 173-188 (1969)

136. Isolation of T Antigen from Solid Hamster Tumors Induced by Adenovirus Type 31. Jainchill, J.L., Candler, E.L. and Anderson, N.G., Proc. Soc. Exptl. Biol. Med. 130: 770-775 (1969)

137. K-Series Centrifuges.  II. Performance of the K-II Rotor. Perardi, T.E., Leffler, R.A.A. and Anderson, N.G., Anal. Biochem. 32: 495-511 (1969)

138. Use of the Zonal centrifuge to separate particles containing transplantation antigen. Popp, Raymond A., Popp, Diana M., Anderson, N.G. and Elrod. L.H., Biochem. Biophys. Acta; 184: 625-633 (1969)

139. Basic Principles of Fast Analyzers.  Anderson, N.G., Am. J. Clin. Pathol. 53: 778-785 (1970)

140. Analytical Techniques for Cell Fractions.  XVIII. Use of cellulose Wicks to Monitor Agglutination Reactions. Anderson, N.G., Anal. Biochem. 38: 175-189 (1970)

141. Evolutionary Significance of Virus Infection.  Anderson, N.G., Nature: 227: 1346-1347 (1970)

142. K-Series Centrifuges IV. Measurement and Control of Temperature. Brantley, J.N., Willis, D.D., Breillatt, J.P., Gibson, R.F., Patrick, L.C. and Anderson, N.G., Anal. Biochem. 36: 434-442 (1970).

143. Radiation Enhanced Oncogenesis by SV40. Coggin, J.H., Harwood, S.E. and Anderson, N.G., Proc. Soc. Exptl. Biol. Med. 134: 1109 (1970)

144. Fetal Antigen Capable of Inducing Transplantation Immunity Against SV40 Hamster Tumor Cells. Coggin, J.H., Ambrose, K.R. and Anderson, N.G., J. Immunol. 105: 524-526 (1970)

145. Analytical Differentiation Centrifugation – An Analysis of the Sedimentation Properties of Synaptosomes, Mitochondria and Lysosomes from Rat Brain Homogenates. Cotman, C., Brown, D.H., Harrell, B.W. and Anderson, N.G., Arch. Biochem. Biophys. 136: 436-447 (1970)

146. Analytical Techniques for Cell Fractions. XVII.  The G-IIC Fast Analyzer System. Mashburn, D.N., Stevens, R.H., Willis, D.D., Elrod, L.H. and Anderson, N.G., Anal. Biochem. 35: 98-112 (1970)

147. Zonal Rotor Purification and Properties of a Nuclear Polyhedrosis Virus of the European Pine Sawfly (Neodiprion Sertifer, Geoffroy). Mazzone, H.M., Breillatt, J.P. and Anderson, N.G., Proc. IV Intern. Collaq. On Insect Pathology, College Park, Maryland, August 25-28, 1970, pp. 371-379

148. K-Series Centrifuges. III. Effect of Core Taper on Particle Capture Efficiency. Perardi, T.E. and Anderson, N.G., Anal. Biochem. 34: 112-122 (1970)

149. Tumor Lipids: Characterization of the Lipids Isolated from Membranous Materials.  Wood, R., Anderson, N.G. and Swartzendruer, D.C. , Arch. Biochem. Biophys. 141: 190-197 (1970)

150. Zonal Centrifuge Systems: Retrospect and Prospect.  Anderson, N.G., In Separations with Zonal Rotors, Eric Reid, ed., Wolfson Bioanalytical Centre, 1971, pp. A-4.1-A-4.2.

151. Isolation of Viruses by Continuous Sample Flow with banding.  Anderson, N.G., In Separations with Zonal Rotors, Eric Reid, ed., Wolfson Bioanalytical center, 1971, pp. P-2.1-P-2.2

152. Isopycnometric Serology: A New Technique Based on Buoyant Density Changes in Latex Beads.  Anderson, N.G. and Breillatt, J.P., Nature 231, 112-114 (1971)

153. Multiple Simultaneous Analysis and Other Approaches to Clinical Chemistry. Anderson, N.G., In Automated Multiphasic Health Testing, Engineering Foundation, New York City, 1971, pp.  142-149.

154. Blood Chemistry Measurement:  New Approaches in Automation. Anderson, N.G., In Automated Multiphasic Health Testing, Engineering Foundation, New York City, 1971, pp. 152-157

155. Interruption of SV40 Oncogenesis with Human Fetal Antigen.  Ambrose, K.R., Anderson, N.G. and Coggin, J.H., Nature 233: 194-195 (1971)

156. Cytostatic Antibody and SV40 Tumor Immunity in Hamsters.  Ambrose, K.R., Anderson, N.G. and Coggin, J.H. Jr., Nature 233: 321-324 (1971)

157. Increased Rate of Analysis by Use of a 42-Cuvet GeMSAEC Fast Analyzer.  Burtis, C.A., Johnson, W.F., Attrill, J.E., Scott, C.D., Cho, N. and Anderson, N.G., Clin. Chem. 17: 686-695 (1971)

158. Experimental Studies with the Model J Zonal Rotor:  A New Continuous-Sample-Flow-With-Banding System.  Cline, G.B., Anderson, N.G. and Fennell, R., In Separations with Zonal Rotors, Eric Reid, ed., Wolfson Bioanalytical Centre, 1971, pp. A-3.1-A-3.2.

159. Tumor Immunity in Hamsters Immunized with Fetal Tissues.  Coggin, J.H. Jr., Ambrose, K.R., Bellomy, B.B. and Anderson, N.G., J. Immunol. 107, 526-533 (1971)

160. The Feasibility of Miniaturizing a Fast Analyzer.  Anderson, N.G., Burtis, C.A., Mailen, J.C., Scott, C.D. and Willis, D.D., Anal. Letters 5 (3), 153-160 (1972)

161. The Development of Fast Analyzers.  Anderson, N.G., Z. Anal. Chem. 261, 257-71 (1972)

162. Centrifugal Systems in Blood Fractionation.  Anderson, N.G., Problems and Prospects.  Vox Sang. 23, 135-140 (1972)

163. Embryonic Antigens in Virally Transformed Cells.  Anderson, N.G. and Coggin, J.H. Jr., Proc. Symp. on Membranes, Viruses, and Immune Mechanisms in Experimental and Clinical Disease. New York: Academic Press.  (1972)

164. New Bioanalytical Systems for Clinical Chemistry.  Anderson, N.G., Excerpta Medica.

165. GeMSAEC Fast Clinical Analyzers.  Anderson, N.G. and Burtis, C.A., In Clinical Chemistry – Principles and Methods.  Switzerland: Walter de Gruyter.

166. Mass Purification of Nucleopolyhedrosis Virus Inclusion Bodies in the K-Series Centrifuge.  Breillatt, J.P., Brantley, J.N., Mazzone, H.M., Martignoni, M.E., Franklin, J.E. and Anderson, N.G., Appl. Microbiol. 23:923-930 (1972)

167. Development of a Miniature Fast Analyzer. Burtis, C.A., Mailen, J.C., Johnson, W.F., Scott, C.D., Tiffany, T.O. and Anderson, N.G., Clin. Chem. 18: 753-761 (1972)

168. Variable-Speed Drive for the Mechanical Stage of a Microscope Used as the Optical Component in a Microdensitometer.  Caton, J.E., Willis, D.D. and Anderson, N.G., Anal. Biochem, 46, 232-238 (1972)

169. The Relationship of Sialic Acid to the Expression of Fetal Antigens in the Developing Hamster Fetus.  Hannon, W.H., Anderson, N.G. and Coggin, J.H. Jr., Intern. J. Cancer.

170. Separation of Treponema pallidum from Tissue Substances by Continuous-Flow Centrifugation.  Thomas, M.L., Clark, J.W. Jr., Cline, G.B., Anderson, N.G. and Russell, H., Appl. Microbiol. 23, 714-720 (1972)

171. Phase Specific Auto-antigens on membranes of Fetus and Tumors.  Coggin, J.H. Jr., Ambrose, K.R. and Anderson, N.G., Proc. IVth  Intern. Conf. on Lymphatic tissue and Germinal Centers in Immune Reactions, 1972.  Plenum Press.

172. Cyclic AMP Levels in the Developing Hamster Fetus:  A Correlation with the Phasing of Fetal Antigen in Membrane Maturation.  Rogan, E.G., Schafer, M.P., Anderson, N.G. and Coggin, J.H. Jr., Differentiation. (1972)

173. Approaches to Monitoring Human Population for Mutation Rates and Genetic Disease.  Neel, J.V., Tiffany, T.O. and Anderson, N.G., Environmental Chem. Mutagens, 28, Vol. 3, pp 105 – 150, New York, Plenum Press.

174. Engineering Versus Disease. Anderson, N.G., Molecular Anatomy (MAN) Program, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Tennessee. Annals of Biomedical engineering 2, 1-18 (1974)

175. Analytical techniques for cell fractions. XIX. The cyclum:  An automatic system for cyclic chromatography. Anderson, N.G., Willis, D.D., Holladay, D.W., Caton, J.E., Holleman, J.W., Eveleigh, J.W., Attrill, J.E., Ball, F.L., and Anderson, N.L.  Anal. Biochem., 66, 159-174, 1975.

176. Analytical techniques for cell fractions. XX. Cyclic affinity chromatography: Principles and applications. Anderson, N.G., Willis, D.D., Holladay, D.W., Caton, J.E., Holleman, J.W., Eveleigh, J.W., Attrill, J.E., Ball, F.L., and Anderson, N.L.  Anal. Biochem, 68, 371-393, 1975.

177. Early Detection of Pregrancy-Associated Serum Proteins Using Antiserum to Placental Antigens. Holladay, D.W., Caton, J.E., Ball, F.L., Holleman, J.W., Anderson, N.G., Immunological Communications, 5 (1&2), 1-11 (1976) Marcel Dekker.

178. Interactive Macromolecular Sites.  I.  Basic Theory.  Anderson, N.G., J. Theor. Biol. (1976) 60, 401-412

179. Interactive Macromolecular Sites. II. Role in Prebiotic Macromolecular Selection and Early Cellular Evolution.  Anderson, N.G., J. Theor. Biol. (1976) 60, 413-419

180. High resolution two-dimensional electrophoresis of human plasma proteins. Anderson, N.L., and Anderson, N.G.  Proc Nat. Acad. Sci. USA 74, 5421-5425, 1977.

181. Analytical techniques for cell fractions. XXI. Two-dimensional analysis of serum and tissue proteins:  Multiple isoelectric focusing. Anderson, N.G. and Anderson, N.L.  Anal. Biochem. 85, 331-340, 1978.

182. Analytical techniques for cell fractions. XXII. Two-dimensional analysis of serum and tissue proteins:  Multiple gradient slab gel electrophoresis. Anderson, N.L. and Anderson, N.G.  Anal. Biochem. 85, 341-354, 1978.

183. Analytical techniques for cell fractions. XXIII. A stable thermal gradient device for heat denaturation studies on proteins. Anderson, N.L., Eisler, W.J., and Anderson, N.G.  Anal. Biochem. 91, 441-445, 1978.

184. Molecular anatomy. Anderson, N.G. and Anderson, N.L.  Behring Inst. Mitt. 63, 169-210, 1979.

185. Muscle protein analysis. I. Development of high resolution two-dimensional electrophoresis of skeletal muscleproteins for analysis of microbiopsy samples. Giometti, C.S., Anderson, N.G., and Anderson, N.L.  Clin. Chem. 25, 1877-1884, 1979.

186. Two-Dimensional Electrophoresis of Human Saliva.  Giometti, C.S. and Anderson, N.G., Electrophoresis, 395-404, 1979

187. Estimation of two-dimensional electrophoretic spot intensities and positions by modeling. Taylor, J., Anderson, N.L., Coulter, B.P., Scandora, A.E., and Anderson, N.G.  Electrophoresis '79, B. Radola, ed. W. deGruyter, pp 329-339, 1980.

188. Two-Dimensional Electrophoretic Mapping of Human Erythrocyte Proteins. Edwards, J.J., Hahn, H.J. and Anderson, N.G., Electrophoresis, 383-393, 1979.

189. Estimation of two-dimensional electrophoretic spot intensities and positions by modeling. Taylor, J., Anderson, N.L., Coulter, B.P., Scandora, A.E., and Anderson, N.G.  Electrophoresis '79, B. Radola, ed. W. deGruyter, pp 329-339, 1980.

190. Analytical techniques for cell fractions. XXV. Concentration and two-dimensional electrophoretic analysis of human urinary proteins. Anderson, N.G., Anderson, N.L., Tollaksen, S.L., Hahn, H., Giere, F., and Edwards, J.  Anal. Biochem. 95, 48-61, 1979.

191. Red cell proteins. I. Two-dimensional mapping of human erythrocyte proteins. Edwards, J.J., Anderson, N.G., Nance, S.L., and Anderson, N.L.  Blood, 53, 1121-1132, 1979.

192. Microheterogeneity of serum transferrin, haptoglobin, and a2 glycoprotein examined by high-resolution two-dimensional electrophoresis. Anderson, N.L. and Anderson, N.G.  Biochem, Biophys. Res.  Commun. 88, 258-265, 1979.

193. Proteins of human urine. I. Concentration and analysis by two-dimensional electrophoresis. Anderson, N.G., Anderson, N.L., and Tollaksen, S.L.  Clin. Chem. 25, 1199-1210, 1979.

194. Alterations of gene expression in Novikoff hepatoma cells induced by a factor in human urine. Willard, K.E. and Anderson, N.G., Biochemical & Biophysical Research Communication Vol. 91, No. 3 (1979)

195. Muscle Protein Analysis.  II.  Two-Dimensional Electrophoresis of Normal and Diseased Human Skeletal Muscle.  Giometti, C.S., Barany, M, Danon, M.J. and Anderson, N.G., Clinical Chemistry, Vol. 26, No. 8, 1980 p. 1152

196. Muscle protein analysis. I. Development of high resolution two-dimensional electrophoresis of skeletal muscleproteins for analysis of microbiopsy samples. Giometti, C.S., Anderson, N.G., and Anderson, N.L.  Clin. Chem. 25, 1877-1884, 1979.

197. Analytical techniques for cell fractions. XXVII. Use of heart proteins as reference standards in two-dimensional electrophoresis. Giometti, C.S., Anderson, N.G., Tollaksen, S.L., Edwards, J.J., and Anderson, N.L.  Anal. Biochem. 102, 47-58, 1980.

198. Automatic chemistry and the human protein index. Anderson, N.G., and Anderson, L.  Automatic Chemistry 2: 177-179, 1980.

199. High resolution two-dimensional electrophoretic mapping of human proteins. Anderson, N.L., Edwards, J.J., Giometti,  C.S., Willard, K.E., Tollaksen, S.L., Nance, S.L., Hickman, B.J., Taylor, J., Coulter, B., Scandora, A., and Anderson, N.G., Electrophoresis '79, B. Radola, ed., W. DeGruyter, pp 313-328, 1980.

200. Internal charge standardization for two-dimensional electrophoresis. Hickman, B.J., Anderson, N.L., Willard, K.E., and Anderson, N.G.  Electrophoresis '79, B. Radola, ed., W. deGruyter, pp 341-350, 1980.

201. Estimation of two-dimensional electrophoretic spot intensities and positions by modeling. Taylor, J., Anderson, N.L., Coulter, B.P., Scandora, A.E., and Anderson, N.G.  Electrophoresis '79, B. Radola, ed. W. deGruyter, pp 329-339, 1980.

202. Anderson, N.G., Abajian, V., Anderson, N.L., Johnson, I., McConkey, E., McDermott, W., Neel, J.V.  Thomas S and Whitehead EC.  Report of the Human Protein Index Task Force (1980)

203. The nature of observed schlieren patterns in isoelectric focusing gels and their use for position location of banded proteins. Edwards, J.J. and Anderson, N.G., Electrophoresis 1981, 2, 161-168

204. Proteins of Human Semen.  I.  Two-Dimensional Mapping of Human Seminal Fluid. Edwards, J.J., Tollaksen, S.L. and Anderson, N.G., Clinical Chemistry, Vol. 27, No. 8, 1981 pp 1335-1340

205. The human protein index.  Anderson, Norman G. and Anderson, N. L.  JAMA, 246, 2621, 1981.

206. Muscle Protein Analysis. III. Analysis of Solubilized Frozen – Tissue Sections by Two-Dimensional Electrophoresis.  Giometti, C.S. and Anderson, N.G., Clin. Chem. Vol. 27, No. 11, 1918-1921 (1981)

207. A computerized system for matching and stretching two-dimensional gel patterns represented by parameter lists. Taylor, J., Anderson, N.L., and Anderson, N.G.  Electrophoresis '81, Allen and Arnaud, eds., W. deGruyter, pp 383-400, 1981.

208. The TYCHO system for computerized analysis of two-dimensional gel protein mapping data. Anderson, N.L., Taylor, J., Scandora, A.E., Coulter, B.P., and Anderson, N.G.  Clin. Chem. 27, 1807-1820, 1981.

209. The use of Carbamylated charge standards for testing batches of ampholytes used in two-dimensional electrophoresis.  Tollaksen, S.L., Edwards, J.J. and Anderson, N.G., Electrophoresis 1981m 2m 155-160

210. The human protein index: Relationship to genetic engineering. Anderson, N.G. and Anderson, N.L.  Proceeding of the 1981 Battelle Conference on Genetic Engineering, Reston, VA, April 6-10, 1981, Keenberg, M., ed., Vol. IV, 1981, pp 163-170.

211. Two-dimensional analysis of human lymphocyte proteins: I. An assay for lymphocyte effectors. Willard, K.E. and Anderson, N.G., Clin. Chem. Vol. 27, No. 8, pp. 1327-1334 (1981).

212. The human protein index project and the molecular pathology database. Anderson, N.G. and Anderson, N.L.  Medical Laboratory 11, 75-94, 1982.

213. A two-dimensional electrophoretic analysis of the heat shock-induced proteins of human cells.  Anderson N.L., Giometti, C.S., Gemmell, M.A., Nance, S.L., and Anderson, N.G.  Clin. Chem. 28, 1084-1092, 1982.

214. Design and implementation of a prototype human protein index. Taylor, J., Anderson, N.L., Scandora, A.E., Jr., Willard, K.E., and Anderson, N.G.  Clin. Chem. 28, 861-866, 1982.

215. Proteins of Human Milk. I. Identification of Major Components. Anderson, N.G., Powers, M.T. and Tollaksen, S.L., Clinical Chemistry, Vol. 28, No. 4, 1982

216. Specific antiserum staining of two-dimensional electrophoretic patterns of human plasma proteins immobilized on nitrocellulose.  Anderson, N.L., Nance, S.L., Pearson, T.W., and Anderson, N.G.  Electrophoresis 3, 135-142, 1982.

217. The human protein index.  Anderson, N.G. and Anderson, N.L.  Clin. Chem. 28, 739-748, 1982.

218. Proteins of human urine:  II Identification by two-dimensional electrophoresis of a new candidate marker for prostatic cancer. Edwards, J.J., Anderson, N.G., Tollaksen, S.L., Von Eschenbach, A.C. and Guevara, J. Jr., (1982)

219. Proteins of human urine III: Identification and two-dimensional electrophoretic map positions of some major urinary proteins. Edwards, J.J., Tollaksen, S.L. and Anderson, N.G., (1982).

220. The Human Protein Index:  A Prospect for Laboratory Medicine. Anderson, N.G. and Anderson, N.L.,  LABORATORY MANAGEMENT - (1982)

221. Numerical measures of 2-D gel resolution and positional reproducibility. Taylor, J., Anderson, N.L., and Anderson, N.G.  Electrophoresis 4, 338-346, 1983.

222. Analysis of human leukemia cells by use of high-resolution two-dimensional electrophoresis. I:  Results of a pilot study.  Anderson, N.L., Wiltsie, J.C., Li, C.Y., Willard-Gallo, K.E., Tracy, R.P., Young, D.S., Powers, M.T., Anderson, N.G., Clin. Chem. 29, 762-767, 1983.

223. Human muscle proteins:  Analysis by two-dimensional electrophoresis.  Giometti, C.S., Danon, M.J. and Anderson, N.G., Neurology, vol. 33, No. 9, pp. 1152-1156, Sept. 1983

224. Introduction to high-resolution two-dimensional electrophoresis in clinical chemistry.  Anderson, N.G., Masson ed., 1983, pp. 69-73

225. High-Resolution Protein Separation and Identification Methods Applicable to Virology.  Anderson, N.G., Current topics in microbiology and Immunology, Vol. 104, 1983, 197-217

226. Introduction: Some perspectives on two-dimensional protein mapping. Anderson, L. and Anderson, N.  Clin. Chem. 30, 1898-1905, 1984.

227. Protein Changes in Activated Human Platelets.  Giometti, C.S. and Anderson, N.G., Clin. Chem. Vol. 30, No. 12, 2079-2083 (1984)   

228. Research instrumentation for the 21st century: progress toward complete genomic maps and sequence databases, and indexes of protein gene products. Anderson, N.G., Anderson, N.L. and Hofmann, J-P., Beltsville Symposium XI, 6, 117-128 (1984)

229. High resolution two-dimensional electrophoretic mapping of plasma proteins. Anderson, N.L., Tracy, R.P., and Anderson, N.G. in: The Plasma Proteins, F. Putnam, ed. Academic Press, 2nd ed., Vol. 3, pp 221-270, 1984.

230. A policy and program for biotechnology.  Anderson, N.G. and Anderson, N.L.  American Biotechnology Laboratory, Sept/Oct, 1985.

231. Use of large-scale two-dimensional ISODALT gel electrophoresis system in immunology.  Lefkovits, I., Young, P., Kuhn, L., Kettman, J., Gemmell, A., Tollaksen, S., Anderson, L., and Anderson, N.  In: Immunological Methods, Vol. III, Lefkovits, Ivan and Pernis, Benvenuto, eds., Academic Press, Inc., Orlando, Chapter 11, pp 163-185, 1985.

232. Quantitative reproducibility of measurements from Coomassie Blue-stained two-dimensional electrophoresis gels: Analysis of mouse liver protein patterns and a comparison of BALB/c and C57 strains. Anderson, N.L., Nance, S.L. Tollaksen, S.L., Giere, F.A., and Anderson, Norman G., Electrophoresis 6, 592-599, 1985.

233. Two-dimensional electrophoretic analysis of wheat seed proteins. Anderson, N.G., Tollaksen, S., Pascoe, F., and Anderson, N.L.  Crop Science 25, 667-674, 1985.

234. Differences between 2-D electrophoretic protein patterns of livers of male and female mice. Anderson, N.L., Giere, F.A., Nance, S.L., Gemmell, M.A., Tollaksen, S.L., and Anderson, N.G.  Electrophorese Bidimensionelle, Press Univ. Nancy, 1986, pp 253-260.

235. Effects of Aroclor 1254 on proteins of mouse liver. Application of 2-D electrophoretic protein mapping. Anderson, N.L., Nance, S.L., Tollaksen, S.L., Giere, F.A., and Anderson, N.G.  Electrophoresis 7, 44-48, 1986.

236. Suitability of two-dimensional electrophoretic protein separations for quantitative detection of mutations. Taylor, J., Anderson, N.L., Anderson, N., Gemmell, A., Giometti, C., Sharron L., and Tollaksen, S.L.  Electrophoresis '86, Dunn, M.J., ed., Verlag Chemie GmbH, Weinheim, pp 583-587, 1986.

237. Effects of toxic agents at the protein level: Quantitative measurements of 213 mouse liver proteins following xenobiotic treatment. Anderson, N.L., Giere, F.A., Nance, S.L., Gemmell, M. A., Tollaksen, S.L., and Anderson, N.G.  Fundamental and Applied Toxicology, 8, 39-50, 1987.

238. Electrophoresis and large-scale databases Anderson, N.G., (1987)

239. Application of high-resolution, two-dimensional electrophoresis to the analysis of wheat, milk, and other agricultural products.  Anderson, N.G. and Anderson, N.L. in: New Directions in Electrophoretic Methods, Jorgenson, James W. and Phillips, Marshall, eds., ACS Symposium Series No. 335: 132-142, 1987.

240. Research instrumentation for the 21st century: Progress toward complete genomic maps and sequence data bases and indexes of protein gene products.  Anderson, N.G., Anderson, N.L., and Hofmann, J.-P. in: Research Instrumentation for the 21st Century, USDA Symposium Series No. 11, Beecher, Gary B., ed., Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Dordrecht, Chapter 6, pp 117-128, 1988.

241. A two-dimensional gel database of human plasma proteins.  Anderson, N.L. and Anderson, N.G.  Electrophoresis 12: 883-906, 1991.

242. A two-dimensional gel database of rat liver proteins useful in gene regulation and drug effects studies. Anderson, N.L., Esquer-Blasco, R., Hofmann, J.-P., and Anderson, N.G.  Electrophoresis, 12, 907-930, 1991.

243. Two-dimensional electrophoresis as applied to problems of in vitro and in vivo toxicology.  Anderson, N.L., Esquer-Blasco, R. and Anderson, N.G. in: Methods in Toxicology: In Vitro Toxicity Indicators, Tyson, Charles A. and Frazier, John M., eds., Academic Press, Inc., pp. 463-473, 1994.

244. An updated two-dimensional gel database of rat liver proteins useful in gene regulation and drug effects studies.  Anderson, N.L., Esquer-Blasco, R., Hofmann, J.-P., Meheus, L., Raymackers, J., Steiner, S., Witzmann, F., and Anderson, N.G.  Electrophoresis, 16, 1977-1981, 1995.

245. Large-Scale Oligonucleotide Synthesizers: 1. Basic Principles & system design Anderson, N.G., Anderson, N.L., Taylor, J. and Goodman, J. Appl Biochem Biotechnol 54, 19-42, 1995.

246. Simultaneous measurement of hundreds of liver proteins: Application in assessment of liver function.  Anderson, N.L., Taylor, J., Hofmann, J-P., Esquer-Blasco, R., Swift, S., and Anderson, N.G.  Toxicologic Pathology, 24, 72-76, 1996.

247. Twenty Years of Two-Dimensional Electrophoresis: Past, Present and Future.  Anderson, N. G. and Anderson, N. L.  Electrophoresis, 17, 443-453, 1996.

248. Proteome and proteomics:  new technologies, new concepts, and new words.  Anderson, N.L., Anderson, N.G.  Electrophoresis, 19, 1853-1861, 1998.

249. Back to the future:  the Human Protein Index and the agenda for post-proteomic biology.  Anderson, NG, Matheson, A, and Anderson, NL, Proteomics (2001) 1, 3-12

250. The human plasma proteome: History, character, and diagnostic prospects.  Anderson, N.L. and Anderson, N.G., Molecular and Cellular Proteomics, 1.11, 845-867 (2002)

251. Global screening for human viral pathogens.  Anderson, N.G., Gerin, J.L., and Anderson, N.L. Emerging Infectious Diseases 9:768-773 (2003).

252. Therapeutic potential of the plasma proteome.  Lathrop, J.T., Anderson, N.L., Anderson, N.G., and Hammond, D.J. Current Opinion in Mol. Therapeutics 5:250-257 (2003).

253. A Human Proteome Detection and Quantitation Project: hPDQ.  N. Leigh Anderson, Norman G. Anderson, Terry W. Pearson, Christoph H. Borchers, Amanda G. Paulovich, Scott D. Patterson , Ruedi Aebersold and Steven A. Carr, Mol Cell Proteomics 8:883-886 (2009)