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Functional Biochemistry of Metalloenzymes


     
 

Miguel Teixeira

Professor of Biological Chemistry

Coordinator of the MostMicro Metalloproteins and Bioenergetics Unit

Head of the Functional Biochemistry of Metalloenzymes Laboratory 

Instituto Tecnologia Química e Biológica António Xavier
Av. da República
2780-157 Oeiras
Portugal
Tel: +351 21 4469 309
Email: miguel@itqb.unl.pt      

ORCID: 0000-0003-4124-6237

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...Now it is far from obvious, from a logical point of view, that we are justified in inferring universal statements from singular ones, no matter how numerous; for any conclusion drawn in this way may always turn out to be false: no matter how many instances of white swans we may have observed, this does not justify the conclusion that all swans are white....

K. Popper, The Logic of scientific discovery


 

   

Keywords: Metals, Metalloproteins, Oxygen, Nitric Oxide, Electron Transfer, EPR, BioInorganic Chemistry, Biocatalysis, Enzyme Kinetics

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