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Científicos del IQFR han desarrollado nuevas aplicaciones de la tecnología de los microarrays que facilitan el estudio de interacciones bacteria-hospedador mediadas por carbohidratos.

Scientists from the IQFR and the UCLM have published the 1st characterization by NMR of the snow flea antifreeze protein which is formed exclusively of polyproline II helices & is crucially stabilized by Cα-H ||| O=C H-bonds.

Scientists at IQFR and the University of Gothenburg show in Nature Communications that Antarctic winter sea ice produces organic bromine compounds in the absence of sunlight.

A trianionic gold-carborane cluster can trap hidride, fluoride and CO2

Scientists at IQFR publish in Nature Communications a new atmospheric Hg photoreduction process that changes how this contaminant is transported and deposited over terrestrial ecosystems.

Scientists from the Rocasolano Institute and the Max Planck Institute in Göttingen, Germany have published a comprehensive study describing the malignant action of an Hsp90 co-chaperone in Alzheimer's pathogenesis

Este año el IQFR participa en la Semana de la Ciencia con actividades variadas destinadas a que nos conozcáis y veáis de cerca cómo son nuestros laboratorios, nuestros científicos y nuestro trabajo en las áreas de salud, biotecnología, nuevos materiales y medioambiente.

Scientists at IQFR and the University of Nebraska publish a theoretical paper in the journal JACS with the proposal of a new mechanistic framework for the formation and growth of iodine aerosols in the atmosphere.