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    • Chapter 11: Antiviral, Antimicrobial, and Antibiofilm Properties of Biosurfactants 

      Barrantes Jiménez, Kenia; Araya Barrantes, Juan José; Chacón Jiménez, Luz María; Procúpez Schtirbu, Rolando; Lugo, Fernanda; Ibarra, Gabriel; Soto Tellini, Victor Hugo (2021-04-01)
      In an era of increasing drug resistance, the search for antimicrobial agents is crucial for the development of a sustainable future. Biosurfactants are amphiphilic molecules with recognised surface tension, and biological ...
    • Identification of New Snake Venom Metalloproteinase Inhibitors Using Compound Screening and Rational Peptide Design 

      Villalta Romero, Fabián; Gortat, Anna; Herrera, Andrés E.; Arguedas, Rebeca; Quesada Espinoza, Francisco Javier; Lopes de Melo, Robson; Calvete Chornet, Juan José; Montero Villalobos, Mavis Lili; Murillo Masís, Renato; Rucavado Romero, Alexandra; Pérez Payá, Enrique (2012)
      The majority of snakebite envenomations in Central America are caused by the viperid species Bothrops asper, whose venom contains a high proportion of zinc-dependent metalloproteinases that play a relevant role in the ...