Comparative biochemistry of Antarctic proteins
Robert E. Feeney, Davis
David T. Osuga, University of California
California Agriculture 29(12):3-5. DOI: 10.3733/ca.v029n12p3.
The UCD team of agricultural scientists has been studying the proteins of Antarctic species for 11 years, starting in 1964. During the first seven years, trips were made each year to Antarctica to study and obtain specimens from penguins and cold-adapted fishes.
Robert E. Feeney is Professor of Food Science and Technology and Biochemist in the Agricultcire Experiment Station, Davis. David T. Osuga is Staff Research Associate, at the University of California, Davis.