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    • K-mer counting and curated libraries drive efficient annotation of repeats in plant genomes 

      Contreras-Moreira, Bruno; Filippi, Carla Valeria; Naamati, Guy; García Girón, Carlos; Allen, James E.; Flicek, Paul (Wiley, 2021-09)
      The annotation of repetitive sequences within plant genomes can help in the interpretation of observed phenotypes. Moreover, repeat masking is required for tasks such as whole-genome alignment, promoter analysis, or pangenome ...
    • The key role of the largest extant Neotropical frugivore (Tapirus terrestris) in promoting admixture of plant genotypes across the landscape 

      Giombini, Mariano Ignacio; Bravo, Susana Patricia; Tosto, Daniela Sandra (2016)
      The historical and contemporary loss of large-bodied frugivores has disrupted many plant-disperser mutualisms, with potentially profound consequences for plants. Although several aspects of seed dispersal by megafrugivores ...
    • Kinetic characterization of a novel cysteine peptidase from the protozoan Babesia bovis, a potential target for drug design 

      Lu, Stephen; Ascencio, Mariano; Torquato, Ricardo J.S.; Florin-Christensen, Mónica; Tanaka, Aparecida S. (Elsevier, 2020-12)
      C1A cysteine peptidases have been shown to play an important role during apicomplexan invasion and egress of host red blood cells (RBCs) and therefore have been exploited as targets for drug development, in which peptidase ...
    • Klebsiella pneumoniae ST258 negatively regulates the oxidative burst in human neutrophils 

      Castillo, Luis A.; Birnberg-Weiss, Federico; Rodriguez-Rodrigues, Nahuel; Martire-Greco, Daiana; Bigi, Fabiana; Landoni, Veronica I.; Gomez, Sonia A.; Fernandez, Gabriela C. (Frontiers Media, 2019-04)
      The epidemic clone of Klebsiella pneumoniae (Kpn), sequence type 258 (ST258), carbapenamase producer (KPC), commonly infects hospitalized patients that are left with scarce therapeutic option since carbapenems are last ...
    • L-cysteine transporter-PCR to detect hydrogen sulfide-producing Campylobacter fetus 

      Farace, Pablo Daniel; Morsella, Claudia Graciela; Cravero, Silvio Lorenzo Pedro; Sioya, Bernardo Arturo; Amadio, Ariel; Paolicchi, Fernando; Gioffre, Andrea (2019-11)
      Phenotypic differences between Campylobacter fetus fetus and C. fetus venerealis subspecies allow the differential diagnosis of bovine genital campylobacteriosis. The hydrogensulfide production,for example,is atrait exclusive ...
    • LAMP technology: Rapid identification of Brucella and Mycobacterium avium subsp. paratuberculosis 

      Trangoni, Marcos David; Gioffre, Andrea; Ceron Cucchi, Maria Esperanza; Caimi, Karina Cynthia; Ruybal, Paula; Zumarraga, Martin Jose; Cravero, Silvio Lorenzo Pedro (Sociedade Brasileira de Microbiologia, 2015-06)
      In this study, we developed new sets of primers to detect Brucella spp. and M. avium subsp. paratuberculosis (MAP) through isothermal amplification. We selected a previously well-characterized target gene, bscp31, specific ...
    • Lechuga 

      Lopez Bilbao, Marisa Gisela (compiladora); Frezza, Diana (compiladora) (Ediciones INTA, 2022)
      La Asociación Argentina de Horticultura (ASAHO), principal institución responsable de la promoción del conocimiento de las hortalizas se ha propuesto elaborar una serie de fascículos bajo la denominación Colección Horticultura ...
    • Lemon and Schinus polygama essential oils enhance male mating success of Anastrepha fraterculus 

      Ruiz, María Josefina; Suárez, María L.; Jofré Barud, Flavia; Goane, Lucía; Valladares, Gabriela A.; Bachmann, Guillermo Enrique; Belliard, Silvina Ahnahi; Páez Jerez, Paula; Zamora Belli, Ana Lucía; García Méndez, F. Daniela; Segura, Diego Fernando; Lopez, María Liza; Vera, María Teresa (Wiley, 2020-11-27)
      The sterile insect technique (SIT) is an environmentally friendly pest control method that relies on the introduction of sterility into the pest population by the release of sterile males. Many Tephritidae fruit fly pests ...
    • Leptospira species molecular epidemiology in the genomic era 

      Caimi, Karina Cynthia; Repetto, Silvia A.; Varni, Vanina Delia; Ruybal, Paula (Elsevier, 2017-10)
      Leptospirosis is a zoonotic disease which global burden is increasing often related to climatic change. Hundreds of whole genome sequences from worldwide isolates of Leptospira spp. are available nowadays, together with ...
    • Life history study of the mirid Tupiocoris cucurbitaceus feeding on Tuta absoluta eggs: implications for biological control and its combination with inherited sterility 

      Cagnotti, Cynthia Lorena; Arias, Ariel E.; Ermantraut, Erika N.; Andorno, Andrea Veronica; Viscarret, Mariana Mabel; Lopez, Silvia Noemi (Springer, 2021)
      Tuta absoluta (Meyrick) (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae) is a key pest of tomato crops. Tupiocoris cucurbitaceus (Spinola) (Hemiptera: Miridae) is a neotropical predator capable of consuming T. absoluta eggs. We evaluated the ...
    • Light microscopy of microsporidian spores and baculovirus occlusion bodies in Epinotia aporema and Helicoverpa gelotopoeon larval tissues, respectively 

      Arneodo Larochette, Joel Demian; Taibo, Catalina Beatriz; Sciocco, Alicia Ines (2016)
      Entomopathogens help regulate natural insect populations, and their use in pest management is the subject of active research. Classical and molecular techniques are currently available to elucidate disease etiology and ...
    • Lipoxygenase activation in peanut seed cultivars resistant and susceptible to Aspergillus parasiticus colonization 

      Muller, Virginia; Amé, María Valeria; Carrari, Fernando; Gieco, Jorge Omar; Asis, Ramón (American Phytopathological Society, 2014-12)
      Accumulative evidence indicates that the lipoxygenase (LOX) pathway plays a significant role in the Aspergillus–seed interaction, such as interfering with activities of endogenous fungal oxylipins or producing antimicrobial ...
    • Listeriosis en caprinos : reporte de un caso 

      Olguin Perglione, Cecilia; Fiorentino, María Andrea; Castillos, M.; Delgado, Fernando Oscar; Garbaccio, Sergio Gabriel; Schapiro, Javier Hernan; Morris, Winston Eduardo; Garro, Carlos Javier (Asosiación Argentina de Veterinarios de Laboratorios de Díagnóstico, 2018-11)
      La listeriosis es una enfermedad infecciosa zoonótica, transmisible, que afecta a un amplio rango de animales. Es causada por Listeria monocytogenes (L. monocytogenes) bacteria Gram positiva, muy resistente y extendida en ...
    • Llama and sheep ruminal fluid digestive capacity by in vitro gas production technique 

      Ortiz Chura, Abimael; Wawrzkiewicz, Marisa; Cravero, Silvio Lorenzo Pedro; Fernández Pepi, María Gabriela; Ceron Cucchi, Maria Esperanza; Jaurena, Gustavo (Wiley, 2022-03)
      BACKGROUND: The in vitro gas production technique has been used to evaluate forage fermentation kinetics. However, individual and animal species variation can change fermentation patterns due to differences in ruminal ...
    • Localization and survival of Azospirillum brasilense Az39 in soybean leaves 

      Puente, Mariana Laura; Maroniche, Guillermo Andrés; Panepucci, Marina Gabriela; Sabio Y Garcia, Julia Veronica; García, Julia Elena; Criado, María Victoria; Molina, Romina Micaela; Cassán, Fabricio Dario (Wiley, 2021-05)
      In recent years, foliar inoculation has gained acceptance among the available methods to deliver plant beneficial micro-organisms to crops under field conditions. Colonization efficiency by such micro-organisms largely ...
    • The localization of a heterologous displayed antigen in the baculovirus-budded virion determines the type and strength of induced adaptive immune response 

      Tavarone, Maria Eugenia; Molina, Guido Nicolas; Amalfi, Sabrina; Peralta, Andrea Veronica; Molinari, Maria Paula; Taboga, Oscar Alberto; Diaz, Silvio Ricardo; Gravisaco, Marí­a José (2017-05)
      In the search of strategies of presentation of heterologous antigens to elicit humoral or cellular immune responses that modulate and properly potentiate each type of response, researchers have been studying baculovirus ...
    • Loci de caracteres cuantitativos para rasgos reproductivos en bovinos lecheros locales 

      Raschia, Maria Agustina; Maizon, Daniel Omar; Amadio, Ariel; Poli, Mario Andres (Sociedad Argentina de Genética, 2022-10)
      Introducción: La intensa selección para producción lechera junto con una consideración insuficiente de parámetros de fertilidad y salud, sumado a las correlaciones genéticas antagonistas o cercanas a cero entre caracteres ...
    • LOV‐domain photoreceptor, encoded in a genomic island, attenuates the virulence of Pseudomonas syringae in light‐exposed Arabidopsis leaves 

      Moriconi, Victoria; Sellaro, Romina Vanesa; Ayub, Nicolás Daniel; Soto, Gabriela; Rugnone, Matias Leandro; Shah, Rashmi; Pathak, Gopal P.; Gärtner, Wolfgang; Casal, Jorge José (Wiley, 2013-10)
      In Arabidopsis thaliana, light signals modulate the defences against bacteria. Here we show that light perceived by the LOV domain‐regulated two‐component system (Pst–Lov) of Pseudomonas syringae pv. tomato DC3000 (Pst ...
    • Machine learning algorithms identified relevant SNPs for milk fat content in cattle 

      Ríos, Pablo J.; Raschia, Maria Agustina; Maizon, Daniel Omar; Demitrio, Daniel Arturo; Poli, Mario Andres (Sociedad Argentina de Informática, 2021-10)
      In recent years, machine learning methods have been shown to be efficient in identifying a subset of single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNP) underlying a trait of interest. The aim of this study was the construction of ...
    • Macro y micropropagación de peperina de las lomas (Hedeoma multiflorum Benth) 

      Peralta, Patricia Angelica; Guariniello, Julian; Bach, Hernán Gerónimo; Escandon, Alejandro Salvio (Ediciones INTA, 2020-07)
      La extracción intensiva de plantas aromático-medicinales (PAMs) de sus ambientes naturales coloca a muchas especies en una situación de gran vulnerabilidad ecológica. Este es el caso de la “peperina de las lomas” (Hedeoma ...