Structure and function of ATP synthase in aerobic archaea

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Miranda-Astudillo, Héctor Vicente;
(2012)
  • Publisher: Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Facultad de Estudios Superiores, Plantel Zaragoza
  • Subject: cadena respiratoria | Archaea domain | A1Ao-ATP synthase | ATPasas rotatorias | dominio Arquea | A1 Ao-ATP sintasa | Rotary ATPases | respiratory chain

Desde el descubrimiento de las arqueas ha llamado la atención su capacidad para sobrevivir en ambientes difíciles. A través de los años, las arqueas han pasado de ser rarezas extremófilas a ser consideradas organismos de importancia universal que han sido utilizados par... View more
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