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Cell biology and Biotechnology

Dr Francisca Reyes. UPO
Regulatory mechanisms of gene expression in pollutant-degrading bacteria
Dr Francisca Reyes. UPO
Researcher associated to Dr Eduardo Santero Santurino. UPO

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Five relevant publications

1. de Dios R., Santero E., Reyes-Ramírez F. (2022). The functional differences between paralogous regulators define the control of the general stress response in Sphingopyxis granuli. Environmental Microbiology, doi.org/10.1111/1462-2920.15907

2. de Dios R., Santero E., Reyes-Ramírez F. (2021). 
Extracytoplasmic Function σ Factors as Tools for Coordinating Stress Responses. International Journal of Molecular SciencesSpecial Issue Bacterial Proteins in Stress Management22 (Issue 8), 3900 doi.org/10.3390/ijms22083900

3. González-Flores, Y.E., de Dios, R., Reyes-Ramírez, F., Santero, E (2020). 
Identification of two fnr genes and characterisation of their role in the anaerobic switch in Sphingopyxis granuli TFA. Scientific Reports, 10: 21019; doi.org/10.1038/S41598-020-77927-w

4. de Dios, R., Rivas-Marin, E., Santero, E., Reyes-Ramírez F (2020). Two paralogous EcfG 
σ factors hierarchically orchestrate the activation of the General Stress Response in Sphingopyxis granuli TFA. Scientific Reports, 10: 5177; doi.org/10.1038/s41598-020-62101-z

5. Floriano, B., Santero, E., Reyes-Ramírez F. (2019): Biodegradation of Tetralin: Genomics, Gene Function and Regulation. 
Genes (10), 5: 339; doi.org/10.3390/genes10050339.

6. González-Flores, Y. de Dios R., Reyes-Ramírez F. and Santero E. (2019). 
The response of Sphingopyxis granuli strain TFA to the hostile anoxic  condition. Scientifics Reports 9: 6297; doi.org/10.1038/s41598-019-42768-9.

7. Garcia-Romero, I., Perez-Pulido, A.J., Gonzalez-Flores, Y.E., Reyes-Ramirez, F., Santero, E. and B. Floriano. (2016). Genomic analysis of the nitrate-respiring Sphingopyxis granuli (formerly Sphingomonas macrogoltabida) strain TFA. BMC Genomics 17:9; doi.10.1186/s12864-016-2411-1

8. Ledesma-García L., Sánchez-Azqueta A., Medina M., Reyes-Ramírez F., Santero E. (2016). Redox proteins of hydroxylating bacterial dioxygenases establish a regulatory cascade that prevents gratuitous induction of tetralin biodegradation genes. Scientifics Reports 6: 23848; doi: 10.1038/srep23848