Jorge Sáiz

Jorge Sáiz

Jorge Sáiz

Web of Science ResearcherID: https://publons.com/researcher/2055123/
Bio: Jorge Sáiz is Lecturer in Analytical Chemistry at Faculty of Pharmacy, Universidad CEU San Pablo, Madrid (Spain). He obtained his PhD in Criminalistics in the Department of Analytical Chemistry at the University of Alcalá, Madrid (Spain). During his scientific career he has focused on the separations sciences, such as LC, GC and CE coupled to different detection systems, including mass spectrometry, in different fields such as metabolomics, environmental contaminants or drugs of abuse. He authored more than 30 research articles and 2 patents.
Web of Science ResearcherID: O-6092-2017
ORCID: 0000-0003-1570-154X

Publications by Jorge Sáiz:

Inks in the Analytical Laboratory: A Forensics Activity for Undergraduate Students

Posted on: 18 Ago 2023

IF1 ablation prevents ATP synthase oligomerization, enhances mitochondrial ATP turnover and promotes an adenosine-mediated pro-inflammatory phenotype

Posted on: 12 Jul 2023

Glutamine Metabolism Supports the Functional Activity of Immune Cells against Aspergillus fumigatus

Posted on: 08 Dic 2022

Metabolomics and biochemical alterations caused by pleiotrophin in the 6-hydroxydopamine mouse model of Parkinson’s disease

Posted on: 04 Mar 2022

Metformin Treatment or PRODH/POX-Knock out Similarly Induces Apoptosis by Reprogramming of Amino Acid Metabolism, TCA, Urea Cycle and Pentose Phosphate Pathway in MCF-7 Breast Cancer Cells

Posted on: 15 Dic 2021

Combined Genome, Transcriptome and Metabolome Analysis in the Diagnosis of Childhood Cerebellar Ataxia

Posted on: 15 Mar 2021

Metabolomics in posttraumatic stress disorder: Untargeted metabolomic analysis of plasma samples from Croatian war veterans

Posted on: 03 Ene 2021

Impact of global PTP1B deficiency on the gut barrier permeability during NASH in mice

Posted on: 06 Feb 2020

Insulin receptor substrate 2 (IRS2) deficiency delays liver fibrosis associated with cholestatic injury

Posted on: 16 Jul 2019

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