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    • Coping with oxidative stress. The yeast model 

      Torre Ruiz, M. A. de la; Pujol Carrión, Núria; Sundaram, Venkatraghavan (Bentham Science Publishers, 2015-01-22)
      Saccharomyces cerevisiae is an optimal model to study stress responses for various reasons: i) budding yeast genome presents a high degree of homology with the human genome; ii) there are many proteins that show an elevated ...
    • Mitochondria and ageing 

      Leeuwenburgh, Christiaan; Pamplona Gras, Reinald; Sanz, Alberto (Hindawi Publishing Corporation, 2011)
    • Mitochondrial DNA damage and animal longevity: insights from comparative studies 

      Pamplona Gras, Reinald (Hindawi Publishing Corporation, 2011)
      Chemical reactions in living cells are under strict enzyme control and conform to a tightly regulated metabolic program. However, uncontrolled and potentially deleterious endogenous reactions occur, even under physiological ...
    • Reversible glutathionylation of Sir2 by monothiol glutaredoxins Grx3/4 regulates stress resistance 

      Vall-llaura Espinosa, Núria; Reverter Branchat, Gemma; Vived Maza, Celia; Weertman, Naomi; Rodríguez Colman, Maria José; Cabiscol Català, Elisa (Elsevier, 2016)
      The regulatory mechanisms of yeast Sir2, the founding member of the sirtuin family involved in oxidative stress and aging, are unknown. Redox signaling controls many cellular functions, especially under stress situations, ...