Mary G. Hamilton, Ph.D.
Professor of Chemistry, Emerita
Department of Natural Sciences
Fordham College at Lincoln Center
113 West 60th Street, New York, NY 10023
Ph.D. in Biochemistry, Cornell University Graduate School of Medical Sciences, 1961.
M.S. in Physical Chemistry, Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute, 1950.
B.A. in Chemistry, University of Buffalo, 1947.
Biochemical techniques laboratory
NSCI 4999 Independent Study
Structure of invertebrate proteins
1. "Higher order assemblies of molluscan hemocyanins", Herskovits, T. T. and Hamilton, M.G.
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. 99B:19-34 (1991).
2. "Hemolymph proteins in the oyster: Carbonic anhydrase and an esterase. STEM mass measurements of the carbonic anhydrase", Hamilton, M.G., Hodge, M. and Wall, J. S. FASEB Journal 11:A1417 (1997).
3. “Heat-shock proteins in Limulus polyphemus embryos exposed to varying conditions of osmotic stress” Morgan P. Green, Mark L. Botton, Mary G. Hamilton. Fordham College Lincoln Center, New York, NY 10023 38th Annual Benthic Ecology Meeting, March 4-7, 2009, Corpus Christi, TX
4. “Tracking enzymes in a bivalve, Mercenaria mercenaria: A biochemistry laboratory exercise in the study of proteins” Mary G. Hamilton, Dept. of Natural Sciences, Fordham College at Lincoln Center, New York, NY 10023, ASBMB April, 2008. San Diego, CA