SALAZKIN Sergey Sergeyevich (1862 — 1932) — the Soviet biochemist.
Graduated from natural department physical and mathematical f-that St. Petersburg un-that and medical f-t Kiev un-that. Worked as the student in I. M. Sechenov's laboratory. In 1891 — 1897 the assistant to department of physiological chemistry Kiev un-that. In 1897 protected dokt. the thesis on «To a Question of a Role of a Liver in an Ureapoiesis at Mammals». In 1898 — 1911 professor of department of physiological chemistry of the Kiev unt, from 1905 to 1911 the director Zhenskogo medical in-that in St. Petersburg. In 1911. it was dismissed by the minister of Kas-so, departed from scientific and pedagogical activity and returned to it only in days of the Soviet power. In 1921 — 1925 professor, in 1924 — 1925 the rector Crimean un-that in Simferopol. In 1925 — 1931 professor of biochemistry Leningrad medical in-that; from 1925 to 1932 the manager. department of biological chemistry, and in 1927 — 1931 the director Ying-that experimental medicine in Leningrad.
S. S. Salazkin's works are devoted to hl. obr. to studying of chemism and the place of an ureapoiesis and ammonia in an organism, gastric and intestinal digestion, education uric to - you at birds. He proved the leading role of a liver in an ureapoiesis and participation in this process of erythrocytes and hemoglobin; passing solutions of amino acids through the worrying body, showed that urea is an end product of exchange of amino acids; investigated processes of the proteolytic proteolysis in went. - kish. a path and their metabolism in an organism.
Works: To a question of a role of a liver in an ureapoiesis at mammals, a yew., SPb., 1897; To a question of oxidation of urobilin in urorozein, Arkh. biol. sciences, t. 5, century 4-5, page 367, 1897; Old and new in the field of digestion, Russian arkh. patol., wedge. medical and bacterial., t. 4, century 5, otd. 2, page 564, 1897; New data on proteinaceous enzymes, Usp. biol. chemical, century 5, page 114, 1927; Aktivierbarkeit und Hemmung auf verschiedene Weise hergestellter Arginase durch Sauerstoff Kohlensaure, Cystein und Schwermetallsalze, Biochem. Z., Bd 250, S. 503, 1932 (sovm. with Solovyov L.).
Bibliography: S. S. Salazkin, Arkh. biol. sciences, t. 32, century 5-6, page 346, 1932, bibliogr.; Nightingales L. T., S. S. Salazkin, Vopr. medical chemical, t. 1, century 1-2, page 3, 1949.