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Armindo Salvador
Armindo Salvador
Center for Neuroscience and Cell Biology - The University of Coimbra
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei cnc.uc.pt
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Tools for kinetic modeling of biochemical networks
R Alves, F Antunes, A Salvador
Nature biotechnology 24 (6), 667-672, 2006
2532006
Lipid peroxidation in mitochondrial inner membranes. I. An integrative kinetic model
F Antunes, A Salvador, HS Marinho, R Alves, RE Pinto
Free Radical Biology and Medicine 21 (7), 917-943, 1996
1841996
Phenotypes and tolerances in the design space of biochemical systems
MA Savageau, PMBM Coelho, RA Fasani, DA Tolla, A Salvador
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (16), 6435-6440, 2009
1032009
Why does SOD overexpression sometimes enhance, sometimes decrease, hydrogen peroxide production? A minimalist explanation
R Gardner, A Salvador, P Moradas-Ferreira
Free Radical Biology and Medicine 32 (12), 1351-1357, 2002
952002
PHGPx and phospholipase A 2/GPx: Comparative importance on the reduction of hydroperoxides in rat liver mitochondria
F Antunes, A Salvador, RE Pinto
Free Radical Biology and Medicine 19 (5), 669-677, 1995
881995
Hydrogen peroxide metabolism and sensing in human erythrocytes: A validated kinetic model and reappraisal of the role of peroxiredoxin II
R Benfeitas, G Selvaggio, F Antunes, PMBM Coelho, A Salvador
Free Radical Biology and Medicine 74, 35-49, 2014
872014
Localized redox relays as a privileged mode of cytoplasmic hydrogen peroxide signaling
RDM Travasso, FS dos Aidos, A Bayani, P Abranches, A Salvador
Redox biology 12, 233-245, 2017
832017
Hydroperoxyl, superoxide and pH gradients in the mitochondrial matrix: a theoretical assessment
A Salvador, J Sousa, RE Pinto
Free Radical Biology and Medicine 31 (10), 1208-1215, 2001
742001
Applied Statistics for Network Biology: Methods in Systems Biology
M Dehmer, F Emmert-Streib, A Graber, A Salvador
Wiley-VCH, 2011
62*2011
Quantitative evolutionary design of glucose 6-phosphate dehydrogenase expression in human erythrocytes
A Salvador, MA Savageau
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 100 (24), 14463-14468, 2003
562003
Quantifying global tolerance of biochemical systems: design implications for moiety-transfer cycles
PMBM Coelho, A Salvador, MA Savageau
PLoS computational biology 5 (3), e1000319, 2009
422009
Glucose-6-Phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency and neonatal hyperbilirubinemia: Insights on pathophysiology, diagnosis, and gene variants in disease heterogeneity
HY Lee, A Ithnin, RZ Azma, A Othman, A Salvador, FC Cheah
Frontiers in Pediatrics 10, 875877, 2022
352022
Mapping the phenotypic repertoire of the cytoplasmic 2-Cys peroxiredoxin–thioredoxin system. 1. Understanding commonalities and differences among cell types
G Selvaggio, PMBM Coelho, A Salvador
Redox Biology, 2017
312017
Synergism analysis of biochemical systems. I. Conceptual framework
A Salvador
Mathematical biosciences 163 (2), 105-129, 2000
312000
Evolution of enzymes in a series is driven by dissimilar functional demands
A Salvador, MA Savageau
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103 (7), 2226-2231, 2006
282006
Relating mutant genotype to phenotype via quantitative behavior of the NADPH redox cycle in human erythrocytes
PMBM Coelho, A Salvador, MA Savageau
PloS one 5 (9), e13031, 2010
272010
In vivo hydrogen peroxide diffusivity in brain tissue supports volume signaling activity
A Ledo, E Fernandes, A Salvador, J Laranjinha, RM Barbosa
Redox Biology, 102250, 2022
262022
Beyond Overton’s Rule: Quantitative Modeling of Passive Permeation through Tight Cell Monolayers
HAL Filipe, A Salvador, JM Silvestre, WLC Vaz, MJ Moreno
Molecular pharmaceutics 11 (10), 3696-3706, 2014
252014
Homeostasis of free cholesterol in the blood: a preliminary evaluation and modeling of its passive transport
LMBB Estronca, HAL Filipe, A Salvador, MJ Moreno, WLC Vaz
Journal of lipid research 55 (6), 1033-1043, 2014
222014
Deus joga aos dados
I Stewart
Trans., Armindo Salvador, Gradiva, Lisbon, 1991
211991
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