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I am a Doctoral student in the post-graduation program in Biological Sciences (Cellular and Molecular Biology) at the Institute of Biosciences of the "Júlio de Mesquita Filho" São Paulo State University in Rio Claro campus (IB-RC/UNESP). MSc. in Nutritional Sciences, Sport and Metabolism concentration area in Metabolism and Molecular Biology at Faculty of Applied Sciences of the University of Campinas (FCA-UNICAMP) (2015-2017). Graduated in the Bachelor's Degree in Nutrition at Faculty of Applied Sciences of the University of Campinas(FCA-UNICAMP) (2011-2015). Scientific Initiation held at the Biotechnology Laboratory in Cellular and Molecular Biology, scholarship funded by the São Paulo Research Foundation (FAPESP), with the project and completion of coursework titled "Characterization of eukaryotic translation factor 5A (EIF5A) isoform A human" (2012-2014). (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
The amino acid hypusine was first described in 1971, from bovine brain. Later, the hypusine was found in other mammalian tissues, like liver, kidney, muscle, and blood. In addition to being found in its free form, the hypusine is an amino acid residue present in eukaryotic translation initiation factor 5A (eIF5A). The eIF5A is the unique protein described that contains hypusine, produce...
The amino acid hypusine was first identified in 1971 from bovine brain extract. Later, this amino acid was found in the liver, kidney, muscle, and blood of other mammals. Hypusine is formed from a post-translational modification that occurs at the eukaryotic translation initiation factor 5A (eIF5A) and the free form results from the degradation of this protein. The eIF5A protein is the ...
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