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The C-terminus Domain of CETPI
Defines its Function as a New Plasma
Lipopolysaccharide-Binding Protein:
Implications in septic shock.
ARP2, a novel pro-apoptotic
protein expressed in epithelial
prostate cancer cells and
epithelial ovary transformed cells
Early Transcriptomic Response to LDL
and oxLDL in Human Vascular Smooth
Muscle Cells
Transmission electron micrographs
of fibrils and globular structures
formed by short peptides derived
from the ApoA1 protein
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Coarse grain simulations of SAK
peptide (35-54 in red ) derived from
ApoCI in lysophospholipids:
(A) Lyso-hexanoyl-PC,
(B) Lyso-dodecanoyl-PC,
(C) Lyso-octadecanoyl-PC.

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Isolated hipocampal neuron
collected by negative pressure
applied on Patch-clamp electrode

Coloured transmission electron micrograph
of filamentous fd bacteriophages

Jaime Mas-Oliva


Jaime Mas-Oliva is Professor of Biochemistry at the Institute of Cellular Physiology, National University of Mexico since 1982. He received his Medicine degree (1976) from the National University of Mexico, and Ph.D. in Biochemistry (1980) from the Cardiothoracic Institute, Imperial College for Science, Technology and Medicine at the University of London, Great Britain. In 1987 and 1990 he was visiting Professor at the Gladstone Institute for Cardiovascular Research, University of California San Francisco, California, USA.

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Study of Different Mechanisms of Internalization of Ligands by Receptor Mediated Endocytosis. Damian Salvador Zamacona ...

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Award “Ciudad Capital Heberto Castillo” 2011 edition. Institute of Science and Technology of Mexico in the category "Innovation Prize for prominent Mexicans". Over 45 years...
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Therapeutic vaccine against the development of atherosclerosis will be tested in humans in 2012. Has proved successful in mammals ...

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