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    • A candidate gene survey of quantitative trait loci affecting chemical composition in tomato fruit 

      Bermúdez, Luisa; Urias, Ursula; Milstein, D.; Kamenetzky, Laura; Asís, Ramón; Fernie, Alisdair R.; Van Sluys, M.A.; Carrari, Fernando; Rossi, Magdalena (Society for Experimental Biology, 2008-07)
      In tomato, numerous wild-related species have been demonstrated to be untapped sources of valuable genetic variability, including pathogen-resistance genes, nutritional, and industrial quality traits. From a collection of ...
    • Development of a copro-LAMP assay for detection of several species of Echinococcus granulosus sensu lato complex 

      Avila, Héctor Gabriel; Mozzoni, Cecilia; Trangoni, Marcos David; Cravero, Silvio Lorenzo Pedro; Pérez, Verónica Mirtha; Valenzuela, Federico; Gertiser, María Laura; Butti, Marcos Javier; Kamenetzky, Laura; Jensen, Oscar; Rosenzvit, Mara Cecilia (Elsevier, 2020-01)
      Cystic echinococcosis represents a significant problem in human and animal health and constitutes one of the most severe Neglected Tropical Diseases prioritized by the World Health Organization. The etiological agent is ...
    • Genome-wide identification of microRNA targets in the neglected disease pathogens of the genus Echinococcus 

      Macchiaroli, Natalia; Maldonado, Lucas; Zarowiecki, Magdalena; Cucher, Marcela Alejandra; Gismondi, Maria Ines; Kamenetzky, Laura; Rosenzvit, Mara Cecilia (2017-06)
      MicroRNAs (miRNAs), a class of small non-coding RNAs, are key regulators of gene expression at posttranscriptional level and play essential roles in biological processes such as development. MiRNAs silence target mRNAs by ...
    • The cytosolic invertase NI6 affects vegetative growth, flowering, fruit set, and yield in tomato 

      Coluccio Leskow, Carla; Conte, Mariana; del Pozo, Talía; Bermudez Salazar, Luisa; Lira, Bruno Silvestre; Gramegna, Giovanna; Baroli, Irene; Burgos, Estanislao; Zavallo, Diego; Kamenetzky, Laura; Asis, Ramón; Gonzalez, Maurıcio; Fernie, Alisdair R.; Rossi, Magdalena; Osorio, Sonia; Carrari, Fernando (Oxford University Press, 2021-03)
      Sucrose metabolism is important for most plants, both as the main source of carbon and via signaling mechanisms that have been proposed for this molecule. A cleaving enzyme, invertase (INV) channels sucrose into sink ...