Albert Sorribas - Papers (Until 1990)

  1. Sorribas,A.; Puig,J.; Cortés,A.; Bozal,J
    Thermal stability of the molecular forms of guinea-pig skeletal muscle cytoplasmic malate dehydrogenase and kinetic mechanism of the termostable form. Int.J.Biochem. (1981) 13:335-364
  2. Fernandez,M.; Figuerola,D.; Sorribas,A.; Reynals,E.; Balcells,E. Evaluation des épreuves cardiovasculaires dans le diagnostique des neuropathies diabétiques autonomes. Diabete Met. (1983) 9:264-271
  3. Sorribas,A; Bartrons, R. Theoretical analysis of the flux control properties of a substrate cycle. Eur.J.Biochem. (1986) 158,107-115
  4. Sorribas,A. Discovering another view of control analysis. Trends.Biochem.Sci. (1987) 12:221-222
  5. Sorribas,A. Alternative S-System representations for reversible biochemical pathways. Mathl.Comput.Modelling (1988) 11:129-133
  6. Prat,J.; Sorribas,A.; Pamplona,R.; Viñallonga,M. Hemoglobina glicada y lípidos plamáticos en una población no diabética
    Clínica e Investigación en Arterioesclerosis (1989) 1:16-22
  7. Prat,J.; Pamplona,R.; Sorribas,A.; Martin,S.; Viñallonga,M.
    Correlation of plasma lipid fractions with colorimetrically-determined glycated hemoglobin in a non-diabetic population. Metabolism (1989) 38:1147-1153
  8. Sorribas,A. Modelling intacellular biochemical systems that involve multi-enzyme complexes: a critical evaluation of alternative theories of intact biochemical systems. Proceedings of the 1st. Symposium on modelling and control in biomedical systems (1988)
  9. Savageau, M.A. & Sorribas, A. (1989). Constraints among molecular and systemic properties: implications for physiological genetics.  J.Theor.Biol., 141, 93-115.
  10. Sorribas, A. & Savageau, M.A. (1989). A comparison of variant theories of intact biochemical systems. I. Enzyme-enzyme interactions and biochemical systems theory.  Math.Biosci., 94, 161-193.
  11. Sorribas, A. & Savageau, M.A. (1989). A comparison of variant theories of intact biochemical systems. II. Flux-oriented and metabolic control theories.  Math.Biosci., 94, 195-238.
  12. Sorribas, A. & Savageau, M.A. (1989). Strategies for representing metabolic pathways within biochemical systems theory: reversible pathways.  Math.Biosci., 94, 239-269.
  13. Sorribas, A. Optimal strategies for modelling intact biochemical systems Canonical nonlinear modeling: The S-System approach to Understanding complexity.Van Nostrand Reinhold, N.Y. (1990)