Rafael Grande-Aztatzi

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The ability of the cellular prion protein (PrP(C)) to bind copper in vivo points to a physiological role for PrP(C) in copper transport. Six copper binding sites have been identified in the nonstructured N-terminal region of human PrP(C). Among these sites, the His111 site is unique in that it contains a MKHM motif that would confer interesting Cu(I) and(More)
The synthesis, structural, electronic and magnetic characterization of five dinuclear Co(II) azacryptand compounds (1-5) bridged through different ions are reported. The magnetic exchange interactions, 2J values, obtained from theoretical computations show that the variation of the intermetallic angles and distances lead to antiferromagnetic behaviours.(More)
The potential energy surfaces (PES) of a series of gold-boron clusters with formula Aun B (n = 1-8) and Aum B2 (m = 1-7) have been explored using a modified stochastic search algorithm. Despite the complexity of the PES of these clusters, there are well-defined growth patterns. The bonding of these clusters is analyzed using the adaptive natural density(More)
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