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Igor Monteze Ferreira in research grants and scholarships supported by FAPESP.
Firstly described by Hans Krebs one century ago, the mammalian mitochondrial glutaminases are shown as highly complexes enzymes in terms of primary sequence, creating speculations about their additional function within the cells, other than the catalytic activity over the amino acid glutamine. Mammalians have two different genes, but structurally related, that encode for at least three ...
Discovered by Hans Krebs nearly a century ago, the mitochondrial mammalian glutaminases proved highly complex enzymes in terms of primary sequence, leading to speculation about possible additional functions inside cells beyond their catalytic activity over the amino acid glutamine. Mammalian contain two distinct but structurally related genes coding for at least three different isoenzym...
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FERREIRA, Igor Monteze. Estudos bioquímicos e estruturais da enzima glutaminase-2 (GLS2) de mamíferos. 2015. Tese (Doutorado) – Instituto de Biologia. Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP).