Bernard W. Agranoff
This chapter presents an autobiography of neuroscientist Bernard W. Agranoff. Agranoff initially became known for his elucidation of the enzymatic synthesis of inositol lipids via the liponucleotide precursor CDP-diacylglycerol, a crucial step in signal transduction cycling. He also pioneered studies in memory and more generally neuroplasticity. His early years, career and achievements are discussed.
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