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Journal of Alzheimers Disease & Parkinsonism
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Ashraf Virmani

Ashraf Virmani Research Innovation and Development Department S  Italy


Dr. Ashraf Virmani  is a Professor, Research Innovation and Development Department working as an Research and Development at Sigma tau-HealthScience, Pomezia, Italy. His research interest is Adenosine-Triphosphate (ATP); Oxidative phosphorylation; AMP-Activated Protein Kinase (AMPK). His Aim There is a myriad of metabolic processes within every living cell. Cells survive by utilizing organic molecules, from sugars to lipids and proteins. The metabolic pathways that enable this are interconnected within a single cell but also between cells, tissues, systems, organs all the way to the level of the whole body. The breakdown of energy substrates such as carbohydrates in particular glucose, as well as fatty acids and amino acids, leads to energy mainly in the form of Adenosine- Triphosphate (ATP).


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