Eduard Buchner

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German organic chemist who studied alcoholic fermentation and discovered zymase (1860-1917)


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He was followed by Louis Pasteur, Eduard Buchner (cell-free active enzymes), Otto Warburg, Claude Bernard, and Carl and Gerty Cori, to name but a few.
Eventually Liebig was proved right by Eduard Buchner, who was successful in fermentation using cell-free extracts of yeast.
In 1896 a German chemist, Eduard Buchner (1860-1917), wondered if the enzymes in yeast would work if they were extracted from the living cell.
Alden Spencer Award in Neuroscience; Eduard Buchner Prize of the German Biochemical Society, and Fellow of American Academy of Arts and Sciences.