Mario Señorale-Pose

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As an approach to understand how translation may affect protein folding, we analyzed structural and functional properties of the human estrogen receptor alpha synthesized by different eukaryotic translation systems. A minimum of three conformations of the receptor were detected using limited proteolysis and a sterol ligand-binding assay. The receptor in(More)
The formation of inclusion bodies (IBs) constitute a frequent event during the production of heterologous proteins in bacterial hosts. Although the mechanisms leading to their formation are not completely understood, empirical data have been exploited trying to predict the aggregation propensity of specific proteins while a great number of strategies have(More)
Mesocestoides corti (syn. vogae), as many other cestode platyhelminthes, contains abundant mineralized structures called calcareous corpuscles. These concretions may constitute as much as 40% of the dry weight of the organisms, but their function remains poorly understood. In this work, we reviewed the mineral composition of the calcareous corpuscles of M.(More)
Mesocestoides corti (syn. vogae), similar to many other cestode platyhelminthes, contains abundant calcium carbonate structures called calcareous corpuscles. These concretions that may constitute as much as 40% of the dry weight of the body, and were proposed to form intracellularly in certain parenchymal cells. As an approach to elucidate the biological(More)
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