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Life and death in an old enzyme: the ATP synthase

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1997 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

Come to the Trinity Old Combination Room at 6 pm to hear from Prof John Walker on how mitochondria is powerhouse of the cell, how ATP synthase keeps it running, and how is that enzyme of use for fighting antibiotic resistance and heart disease!

To reach the OCR , enter the Great Gate, go to the hall staircase, turn left, and find us upstairs!

Free refreshments are provided

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