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El pasado 9 de junio se ha celebrado la Jornada «PTI-PAIS, Trayectoria con Entidades Asociadas» de la Plataforma Temática Interdisciplinar Patrimonio Abierto: Investigación y Sociedad en el Salón de Actos del CSIC

The ATP synthase protein plays an essential role in bioenergetics as it catalyzes the formation of ATP through the rotatory movement of the membrane-spanning subunit.

This review article discusses the impact of AlphaFold2 and how this machine learning program can work together with NMR spectroscopy to advance protein structural biology.

Presentación de actividades de los Grupos de Investigación de PTI-PAIS en colaboración con las Entidades Asociadas.

The SO3 + HONO2 reaction can be a potential removal reaction for SO3 in the stratosphere and for HONO2 in the troposphere

Over the past decade, evidence has emerged suggesting a much broader role for cytochrome c in the transition of apoptotic cells from life to death.

Vuelven los Coloquios Curie del CSIC. En esta ocasión el historiador Julián Casanova arrojará luz sobre la Historia Europea reciente. Será el jueves 26 de mayo en el Salón de Actos del edificio central del CSIC.

Flow tube laboratory experiments that show both IxOy and HIO3 are involved in atmospheric new particle formation, thereby solving a long-standing question about the mechanism of iodine gas-to-particle conversion.