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Moreno, Professor Dr Abel (1966) (Mexico) (IUCr ID: 8468)
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Name: Abel Moreno
Current position: Research Professor of Biological and Physical Chemistry
Institution type: University
Highest degree: Ph.D. awarded by University of Granada (Spain) (1995) in Protein Crystallogenesis and Protein Crystallography
URL(s):https://iquimica.unam.mx/english/component/content/article/9-uncategorised/102-moreno-carcamo
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Address(es): Instititute of Chemistry, UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL AUTONOMA DE MEXICO, Av Universidad 3000 Colonia UNAM, Mexico City, CdMx, 04510, Mexico
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E-mail address(es): carcamo@unam.mx
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Telephone number(s): +52-55-56224467 Office´s telephone
+52-5543739926 Mobile
Fax number(s): +52-55-56162217
IUCr role(s)
Member, Commission on Crystal Growth and Characterisation of Materials (2020-)
Consultant, Commission on Biological Macromolecules (2020-2023)
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Scientific interests
Scientific research interests: biological crystallography, crystal chemistry, crystal growth, macromolecular crystallography, X-ray diffraction
Detailed scientific research interests: 1) X-ray diffraction and Synchrotron radiation., 2) Biological Crystallogenesis, Protein Crystallography and Crystallochemistry., 3) Protein Crystal Growth Methods., 4) Biomineralization processes and Biomimetics., 5) The chemical origin of life. The role of silico-carbonates of Ba, Ca, and Sr.
General interests: Proteins involved in Biomineralization processes and the origin of life., The influence of intramineral proteins to understand the avian evolution., Biosensors based on biological macromolecules., The influence of electromagnetic fields on the 3D structure of proteins.
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