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Effect of textile dyes on activity and differential regulation of laccase genes from Pleurotus ostreatus grown in submerged fermentation
The results show the influence of the nature of dyes on the induction level of laccase activity and on the differential regulation of the lAccase genes expression in P. ostreatus.
Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Symbiosis-Induced Expression Changes in Solanum lycopersicum Leaves Revealed by RNA-seq Analysis
- R. Cervantes-Gámez, M. A. Bueno-Ibarra, M. López-Meyer
- Environmental SciencePlant Molecular Biology Reporter
- 1 February 2016
This is the first study to take on a genome-wide analysis aimed at understanding the expression changes in leaves of mycorrhiza-colonized plants, and the results will be valuable to future analyses focused on specific genes, as well as detailed studies of the expression profiles of certain gene families.
Complete Genome Sequence of Stenotrophomonas maltophilia Strain SVIA2, Isolated from Crude Oil-Contaminated Soil in Tabasco, Mexico
- T. O. Elufisan, L. Lozano, Xianwu Guo
- Biology, EngineeringMicrobiology Resource Announcements
- 1 July 2019
Stenotrophomonas maltophilia strain SVIA2 was isolated from crude oil-contaminated soil from Tabasco, Mexico, and displayed a good potential for the degradation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons…
Differential regulation of Pleurotus ostreatus dye peroxidases gene expression in response to dyes and potential application of recombinant Pleos-DyP1 in decolorization
- J. Cuamatzi-Flores, E. Esquivel-Naranjo, M. Bibbins-Martínez
- Biology, EngineeringPloS one
- 4 January 2019
Dye-decolorizing peroxidase (DyP) from the white rot basidiomycete Pleurotus ostreatus is a heme peroxIDase able to oxidize diverse substrates, including recalcitrant phenols and dyes, in cultures and plate assays to explore the potential of a secreted recombinant enzyme for decolorizing different dyes.
Dissection of mechanisms of resistance to Aspergillus flavus and aflatoxin using tropical maize germplasm
- V. Garrido-Bazán, G. Mahuku, M. Bibbins-Martínez, A. Arroyo-Bacerra, M. A. Villalobos-López
- 10 April 2018
Maize inbred lines MRI, MR2 and MR3 had low fungal biomass and low aflatoxin levels, suggesting that resistance in these lines was mediated through restricted fungal colonisation and establishment.
The Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon (PAH) degradation activities and genome analysis of a novel strain Stenotrophomonas sp. Pemsol isolated from Mexico
Pemsol possesses features that make it a good bacterium for genetic engineering and will be an excellent tool for the remediation of crude oil or PAH-contaminated soil and the genetic basis for its inability to bio-emulsify PAH.
Genome-wide transcriptional changes triggered by water deficit on a drought-tolerant common bean cultivar
- Josefat Gregorio Jorge, M. A. Villalobos-López, Karen Lizeth Chavarría-Alvarado, Selma Ríos-Meléndez, M. López-Meyer, A. Arroyo-Becerra
- Biology, MedicineBMC plant biology
- 17 November 2020
It is suggested that secondary cell wall (SCW) properties contribute to P. vulgaris L. vulgarIS drought tolerance through alleviation or mitigation of drought-induced osmotic disturbances, making cultivars more adaptable to such stress.
Desiccation-induced viable but nonculturable state in Pseudomonas putida KT2440, a survival strategy
The bacterial survival ratio (BSR) in response to air desiccation was evaluated for P. putida KT2440 in the presence of different protectors and an increase in the green color intensity of cells that returned to a culturable state was observed using LIVE/DEAD staining method, indicating an improvement in their membrane integrity.
Pseudocrossidium replicatum (Taylor) R.H. Zander is a fully desiccation-tolerant moss that expresses an inducible molecular mechanism in response to severe abiotic stress
- Selma Ríos-Meléndez, Emmanuel Valadez-Hernández, M. A. Villalobos-López
- BiologyPlant molecular biology
- 29 June 2021
The results suggest that P. replicatum is an FDT moss equipped with an inducible molecular response that prepares this species for severe abiotic stress and that ABA plays an important role in this response.
Protonema suspension cultures of the medicinal moss Polytrichum juniperinum
- Natalia Ruiz-Molina, M. A. Villalobos-López, Mario Arias-Zabala
- BiologyIn Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology - Plant
- 17 August 2016
This high cell density culture of P. juniperinum is suitable for further studies aimed at exploring and establishing a production platform for high-value secondary metabolites, which has scarcely been studied in this type of biological system.