Paul Arnold Srere
(1 Sep 1925 - 11 Jul 1999)
American biochemist who taught that the cell is not 'a bag of enzymes'. He was likely the first to comprehend that enzyme concentrations in living cells are much greater than were being used in a typical laboratory enzyme assay. This required revising the existing ideas of enzyme function in a real cell.
Science Quotes by Paul Arnold Srere (1 quote)
Given a large mass of data, we can by judicious selection construct perfectly plausible unassailable theories—all of which, some of which, or none of which may be right.
— Paul Arnold Srere
I-Ching and the citric acid cycle. Unpublished manuscript/seminar notes quoted in Frederick Grinnell, Everyday Practice of Science (2008), 86.