Clinton Ballou

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Clinton Edward Ballou (born June 18, 1923 in King Hill, Idaho, to William Clinton Ballou and "Mollie" Ballou)[1] is a Professor Emeritus of biochemistry at the University of California, Berkeley. His research focused on the metabolism of carbohydrates and the structures of microbial cell walls. He joined the United States National Academy of Sciences in 1975.[2]

He attended Boise Junior College, and graduated from Oregon State College, and the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He served in the U. S. Navy from 1944 to 1946. He held a postdoctoral fellowship with E. L. Hirst in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Edinburgh. In 1955, Ballou was appointed to the biochemistry faculty at University of California, Berkeley, becoming Professor Emeritus in 1991.[3]

He served as an editorial board of the Journal of Biological Chemistry.[4]

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  1. ^ American Men & Women of Science - Volume 1. Thomson/Gale. 2009. p. 3007. ISBN 078766524X. 
  2. ^ Nicole Kresge, Robert D. Simoni, and Robert L. Hill. Mycobacterial Glycophosphoinositides: the Work of Clinton E. Ballou. 
  3. ^ Nicole Kresge, Robert D. Simoni, and Robert L. Hill. Mycobacterial Glycophosphoinositides: the Work of Clinton E. Ballou. 
  4. ^ Nicole Kresge, Robert D. Simoni, and Robert L. Hill. Mycobacterial Glycophosphoinositides: the Work of Clinton E. Ballou. 

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