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Cell biology and Biotechnology

Dr Antonio Arroyo Luque. UPO
Proteomics of the coenzyme Q biosynthetic complex in eukaryotes
Dr Antonio Arroyo Luque. UPO
Researcher associated to Dr Plácido Navas Lloret. UPO

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Five relevant publications

  • Specificity of coenzyme Q10 for a balanced function of respiratory chain and endogenous ubiquinone biosynthesis in human cells. (2005) D.J.M. Fernández-Ayala, G. López-Lluch, M. García-Valdés, A. Arroyo, and P. Navas. Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1706: 174-183.
  • Stabilization of extracellular ascorbate mediated by coenzyme Q transmembrane electron transport. (2004) A. Arroyo, J.C. Rodríguez-Aguilera, C. Santos-Ocaña, J.M. Villalba, and P. Navas. Methods Enzymol. 378: 207-217.
  • Binding of fatty acids facilitates oxidation of cysteine-34 and converts copper-albumin complexes from antioxidants to prooxidants. (2003) Y.A. Gryzunov, A. Arroyo, J.-L. Vigne, Q. Zhao, V.A. Tyurin, C.A. Hubel, R.E. Gandley, Y.A. Vladimirov, R.N. Taylor, and V.E. Kagan. Arch. Biochem. Biophys. 413: 53-66.
  • NADPH oxidase-dependent oxidation and externalization of phosphatidylserine during apoptosis in Me2SO-differentiated HL-60 cells: Role in phagocytic clearance. (2002) A. Arroyo, M. Modriansk_, F.B. Serinkan, R.I. Bello, T. Matsura, J. Jiang, V.A. Tyurin, Y.Y. Tyurina, B. Fadeel, and V.E. Kagan. J. Biol. Chem. 277: 49965-49975.
  • NADH and NADPH-dependent reduction of coenzyme Q at the plasma membrane. (2000) A. Arroyo, V.E. Kagan, V.A. Tyurin, J.R. Burgess, R. de Cabo, P. Navas, and J.M. Villalba. Antioxidants & Redox Signaling 2: 251-262.