Genetic stability and hypermutation in bacteria. Mechanisms of adaptive mutagenesis in bacteria and their relationship to evolution and pathogenesis. Molecular basis of resistance to microbial pathogens. Cellular and molecular principles of self-incompatibility. Responses to macronutrient deficiency stress.
- Molecular features of Arabidopsis disease resistance. Dr. Maria Elena Alvarez
- Molecular mechanisms involved in the maintenance and diversification of the genetic information. Dr. Carlos Argaraña
- Proline catabolism in Arabidopsis and its influence on the execution of plant defences against bacterial pathogens. Dr. Georgina Fabro
- Physiological role of T2 ribonucleases in plants subjected to different stress scenarios. Dr. Ariel Goldraij
- Interaction between DNA replication and repair processes in bacteria. Generation of peptides with antimicrobial activity against Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Dr. Mariela Monti
- Role of the different allelic variants of MucA in the opportunistic pathogen Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Dr. Alejandro Moyano
- Mutating for survival: Adaptive mutagenic mechanisms of adaptive in the opportunistic pathogen Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Dr. Andrea Smania