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Antonio Peña Díaz

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Nationality  Mexican
Fields  Biochemistry
Name  Antonio Diaz

Antonio Peña Díaz Antonio Pea Daz precursor de la investigacin bioqumica en Mxico
Institutions  Institute for Cellular Physiology, National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM)
Alma mater  National Autonomous University of Mexico
Notable awards  Carlos J. Finlay Prize for Microbiology (UNESCO, 2003).

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Antonio Peña Díaz (born in 1936) is a Mexican biochemist who received the Carlos J. Finlay Prize for Microbiology (UNESCO, 2003) and chaired both the Mexican Academy of Sciences (1992–93) and the Mexican Society of Biochemistry (1981–83).


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Peña Díaz holds a bachelor's degree in Medicine and both a master's and a doctorate degree from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). He is currently an emeritus professor of the Institute for Cellular Physiology of the same university and has worked as a visiting scholar at the University of Rochester.

Selected works

  • Bioquímica ("Biochemistry", 1979)
  • Las membranas de las células ("The Membranes of the Cell", 1986)
  • La energía y la vida: bioenergética ("Energy and Life: Bioenergetics", with Georges Dreyfus Cortés, 1990)
  • Cómo funciona una célula: fisiología celular ("How Does a Cell Work: Cellular Physiology", 1995)
  • ¿Qué es el metabolismo? ("What is Metabolism?", 2001)
  • References

    Antonio Peña Díaz Wikipedia

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