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Patricio Eugenio Ramos Campos

academico

UNIVERSIDAD DE TALCA

Talca, Chile

Líneas de Investigación


Molecular mechanism involved in wood formation; Biosynthesis and transport of flavonoids; Molecular control of cell wall dynamic; Molecular biology and physiology of plant-microorganisms interaction; health compounds in fruit and vegetables.

Educación

  •  ciencias m/ Ingeniería genética vegetal, UNIVERSIDAD DE TALCA. Chile, 2010
  •  biochemist, UNIVERSIDAD DE CONCEPCION. Chile, 2003
  •  BIOCHEMIST, UNIVERSIDAD DE CONCEPCION. Chile, 2000

Experiencia Académica

  •   Professor Full Time

    UNIVERSIDAD DE TALCA

    Instituto de ciencias biológicas

    Talca, Chile

    2011 - 2021

  •   profesor adjunto Full Time

    UNIVERSIDAD CATOLICA DEL MAULE

    VRIP

    Talca, Chile

    2021 - 2023

  •   académico Full Time

    UNIVERSIDAD DE TALCA

    Instituto de ciencias biológicas

    Talca, Chile

    2023 - At present

Experiencia Profesional

  •   Postdoctoral researcher Full Time

    Universidad de Talca

    Talca, Chile

    2010 - 2011

  •   Graduate student Full Time

    Universidad de Talca

    Talca, Chile

    2005 - 2010

  •   Research assistant Full Time

    Pontificia Univerisidad Catolica de Chile

    Santiago, Chile

    2003 - 2005

Formación de Capital Humano


Pregrado
2022
“Evaluación del efecto de endófitos fúngicos antárticos en simbiosis con plantas de Fragaria x ananassa expuestas a condiciones de sequía y altas temperaturas”. Alumno: María Alejandra Yáñez Ortega. Ingeniería en biotecnología. Universidad Católica del Maule.
2017
"Caracterización transcripcional de genes codificantes para transportadores de auxinas en tallo de pinus radiata d. Don en respuesta a inclinación". Alumno: Romina Salazar. Ingeniería en bioinformática. Universidad de Talca.
2016
“Caracterización transcripcional y localización subcelular de transportadores de flavonoides tipo ABCC en plántulas de pino radiata en respuesta a inclinación". Alumno: Rocío Gómez. Ingeniería en bioinformática. Universidad de Talca.
“Caracterización transcripcional de factores de transcripción tipo MYB y evaluación de posibles genes blancos relacionados con el transporte de flavonoides”. Alumno: Jaime González. Ingeniería en bioinformática. Universidad de Talca.
“Caracterización estructural de un transportador tipo-ABC involucrado en la respuesta molecular a inclinación en pinus radiata D. Don”. Alumno: Roberto Miño. Ingeniería en bioinformática. Universidad de Talca.
“Identificación, análisis del perfil transcripcional y estructural de expansinas en la respuesta molecular a inclinación en pinus radiata D. Don a partir bibliotecas de RNAseq". Alumno: Patricio Mateluna Valdivia. Ingeniería en bioinformática. Universidad de Talca.

Postgrado
Doctorado
2022
“Rol de las enzimas F3’H y DFR en la síntesis de diferentes compuestos fenólicos en dos especies del género Fragaria”. Alumna: Carolina Parra. Doctorado en Ciencias m/ Ingeniería Genética Vegetal. Universidad de Talca.

Magister:
2022
“Estudio genético-hormonal y su relación con Zinc en el desarrollo floral de Vitis vinifera cv. Carménère: la importancia de factores de transcripción MADS y hormonas en la regulación transcripcional del transportador de Zinc VviZIP3”. Alumno: Germán Saavedra. Magister en ecología aplicada. Universidad de Talca.
2019
"Simbiosis funcional como mediador en la activación de mecanismos foto-protectores en Colobanthus quitensis frente al estrés por radiación UV-B en el ecosistema antártico". Alumna: Natali Rivas. Programa de Magíster en Ecología Aplicada. Universidad de Talca.


Difusión y Transferencia


Participación de charlas en el marco del programa explora 1000 científicos 1000 aulas:
• LICEO LUIS EDMUNDO CORREA ROJAS C-20 de la ciudad de Curepto el año 2013.
• COLEGIO ABATE MOLINA de la ciudad de Longaví el año 2014
• Participación de feria científica del Colegio INSTITUTO LINARES de la ciudad de Linares el año 2014.
• LICEO LUIS EDMUNDO CORREA ROJAS C-20 de la ciudad de Curepto el año 2015.
• ESCUELA LA ESPERANZA DEL FUTURO G-237 de la ciudad de Pencahue el año 2015.

Presentaciones en congresos internacionales
2017
Valenzuela-Riffo F., Ramos P., Morales-Quintana L. MOLECULAR DYNAMICS SIMULATION ANALYSIS OF TWO ALPHA EXPANSIN PROTEINS INVOLVED IN CELL WALL DISASSEMBLY DURING RIPENING OF TWO RELATED FRUIT SPECIES. 2nd Protein Biophysics at the End of the World. Buenos Aires, Argentina. (2017). DOI: 10.7490/f1000research.1113936.1

2015
Ramos, P., Guajardo, J., Moya-León, M.A., Herrera, R. FLAVONOLS AND AUXIN PARTICIPATE IN THE INCLINATION STRESS RESPONSE IN PINE. XXI REUNIÓN ANUAL DE LA SOCIEDAD ESPAÑOLA DE FISIOLOGÍA VEGETAL. (2015). ESPAÑA.

Ramos, P., Guajardo, J., Moya-León, M.A., Herrera, R. FLAVONOLS BIOSYNTHETIC GENES ARE ACTIVATED DURING THE INCLINATION STRESS RESPONSE IN PINE - RADIATA PINE. PLANT AND ANIMAL GENOME XXIII. (2015). USA.

2014
Herrera, R., Ramos, P., Moya-León, M.A. TRANSCRIPTIONAL AND MORPHOLOGICAL STUDY FOR THE ROLE OF ETHYLENE IN THE RESPONSE TO INCLINATION IN PINE. PLANT AND ANIMAL GENOME XXII. USA.

2013
Ramos, P., Valenzuela, C., Herrera, R. ROLE OF ETHYLENE IN THE GRAVITROPIC RESPONSE OF PINE: TRANSCRIPTIONAL AND MORPHOLOGICAL APPROACH OF THE ETHYLENE EFFECTS. IUFRO Tree Biotechnology Conference. USA.

2011
Ramos P, Cruz N, Gonzalez A, Herrera R. GRAVITROPIC RESPONSE IN RADIATA PINE SEEDLINGS. FINDING MOLECULAR KEYS OF THE PHENOMENA. IUFRO Tree Biotechnology Conference 2011. Brasil.

2010
Ramos P., Moya-León, MA., Ibáñez C., Herrera R. IDENTIFICATION OF GENES DIFFERENTIALLY EXPRESSED IN RESPONSE TO INCLINATION IN PINUS RADIATA D. DON. Plant & Animal Genomes XVIII Conference. USA.

2009
Ramos P., Herrera R. IDENTIFICATION OF GENES INVOLVED IN THE GRAVITROPIC RESPONSE OF PINUS RADIATA D. DON. 9th IPMB Congress. USA.

2008
Ramos P., Caroca R., Gantz C., Herrera R. MOLECULAR ANALYSIS OF THE MECHANISM INVOLVED IN THE GRAVITROPIC RESPONSE OF PINUS RADIATA D. DON. Funcfiber 2008: International symposium on the biology and biotechnology of wood. Suecia.

2004
Ramos P, Inestrosa N.C, Bronfman M. PPARG (PEROXISOME PROLIFERATOR ACTIVATED-RECEPTOR GAMMA) PROTECTS PC12 CELLS FROM AB-INDUCED CELL DEATH. Keystone Symposia, Nuclear receptors: Orphan Brothers. USA.


Premios y Distinciones

  •   GRADUATE FELLOWSHIP, CONICYT

    COMISION NACIONAL DE INVESTIGACION CIENTIFICA Y TECNOLOGICA

    Chile, 2006

    PROGRAMA NACIONAL DE BECAS DE POSTGRADO - DOCTORADO

  •   BECA DE APOYO A LA REALIZACION DE TESIS DOCTORAL

    COMISION NACIONAL DE INVESTIGACION CIENTIFICA Y TECNOLOGICA

    Chile, 2005

    PROGRAMA BECAS DE APOYO PARA LA REALIZACION DE TESIS DOCTORAL

  •   SANTANDER UNIVERSIDADES

    BANCO SANTANDER

    Chile, 2016

    BECA SANTANDER UNIVERSIDADES PARA PROFESORES E INVESTIGADORES JOVENES PARA APOYO A PASANTIA CIENTIFICA EN EL EXTRANJERO (3 MESES ESPAÑA).


 

Article (48)

Early Effects of Mycorrhizal Fungal Inoculum and Fertilizer on Morphological and Physiological Variables of Nursery- Grown Nothofagus alessandrii Plants
Editorial: Molecular and biochemical effects exerted by the interaction of symbiotic microorganisms with plants to improve their response to environmental stresses
Evolution of the Volatile Organic Compounds, Phenols and Antioxidant Capacity during Fruit Ripening and Development of Rubus ulmifolius Schott Fruits
Characterization of the cell wall component through thermogravimetric analysis and its relationship with an expansin like protein in Deschampsia antarctica.
Characterization of the Cell Wall Component through Thermogravimetric Analysis and Its Relationship with an Expansin-like Protein in Deschampsia antarctica
Do fungal- endosymbionts improve crop nutritional quality and tolerance to stress by boosting flavonoid-mediated responses?
Human Health Benefits through Daily Consumption of Jerusalem Artichoke (Helianthus tuberosus L.) Tubers
Improvement in the physiological and biochemical performance of strawberries under drought stress through symbiosis with Antarctic fungal endophytes
Rhamnogalacturonan Endolyase Family 4 Enzymes: An Update on Their Importance in the Fruit Ripening Process
The calcium sensor CBL7 is required for Serendipita indica‐induced growth stimulation in Arabidopsis thaliana, controlling defense against the endophyte and K+ homoeostasis in the symbiosis
A talk between flavonoids and hormones to reorient the growth of gymnosperms
Getting ready for the ozone battle: Vertically transmitted fungal endophytes have transgenerational positive effects in plants
Molecular and structural characterization of expansins modulated by fungal endophytes in the Antarctic Colobanthus quitensis (Kunth) Bartl. Exposed to drought stress
Role of Glycoproteins during Fruit Ripening and Seed Development
Ugni molinae Fruit as a Source of Bioactive Compounds with Good Quality Traits
Fungal Endophytes Enhance the Photoprotective Mechanisms and Photochemical Efficiency in the Antarctic Colobanthus quitensis (Kunth) Bartl. Exposed to UV-B Radiation
Fungal Endophytes Exert Positive Effects on Colobanthus quitensis Under Water Stress but Neutral Under a Projected Climate Change Scenario in Antarctica
Molecular and structural insights into FaEXPA5, an alpha-expansin protein related with cell wall disassembly during ripening of strawberry fruit
Phenolic Content, Color Development, and Pigment-Related Gene Expression: A Comparative Analysis in Different Cultivars of Strawberry during the Ripening Process
Photooxidative stress activates a complex multigenic response integrating the phenylpropanoid pathway and ethylene, leading to lignin accumulation in apple (Malus domestica Borkh.) fruit
Sun injury on apple fruit: Physiological, biochemical and molecular advances, and future challenges
Chilean strawberry (Fragaria chiloensis): An integrative and comprehensive review
Chilean strawberry (Fragaria chiloensis)=> An integrative and comprehensive review
Comparative study of the volatile organic compounds of four strawberry cultivars and it relation to alcohol acyltransferase enzymatic activity
Comparative study of the volatile organic compounds of four strawberry cultivars and it relation to alcohol acyltransferase enzymatic activity
In seedlings of Pinus radiata, jasmonic acid and auxin are differentially distributed on opposite sides of tilted stems affecting lignin monomer biosynthesis and composition
In seedlings of Pinus radiata, jasmonic acid and auxin are differentially distributed on opposite sides of tilted stems affecting lignin monomer biosynthesis and composition
Induction of PrMADS10 on the lower side of bent pine tree stems: potential role in modifying plant cell wall properties and wood anatomy
Molecular Insights into FaEG1, a Strawberry Endoglucanase Enzyme Expressed during Strawberry Fruit Ripening
Cell wall-related enzymatic activities and transcriptional profiles in four strawberry (Fragaria x ananassa) cultivars during fruit development and ripening
Computational study of FaEXPA1, a strawberry alpha expansin protein, through molecular modeling and molecular dynamics simulation studies
Hormonal and physiological changes driven by fungal endophytes increase plant performance under UV-B radiation
Hormonal and physiological changes driven by fungal endophytes increase plant performance under UV-B radiation
Linking the platelet antiaggregation effect of different strawberries species with antioxidants: Metabolomic and transcript profiling of polyphenols
PrMATE1 Is Differentially Expressed in Radiata Pine Exposed to Inclination and the Deduced Protein Displays High Affinity to Proanthocyanidin Substrates by a Computational Approach
MYB Transcription Factors and a Putative Flavonoid Transporter ABCC-Like are Differentially Expressed in Radiata Pine Seedlings Exposed to Inclination
Transcriptional and computational study of expansins differentially expressed in response to inclination in radiata pine
A differential distribution of auxin and flavonols in radiata pine stem seedlings exposed to inclination
Cloning and characterization of a xyloglucan endo-transglycosylase/hydrolase gene expressed in response to inclination in radiata pine seedlings
Anatomical changes of xylem cells in stem of Pinus radiata seedlings exposed to inclination and ethylene
Soil water stress affects both cuticular wax content and cuticle-related gene expression in young saplings of maritime pine (Pinus pinaster Ait)
Soil water stress affects both cuticular wax content and cuticle-related gene expression in young saplings of maritime pine (Pinus pinaster Ait).
ACC Oxidase and ACC Synthase Expression Profiles after Leaning of Young Radiata (P. radiata D. Don) and Maritime Pine (P. pinaster Ait.) Seedlings
Transcriptional analysis of differentially expressed genes in response to stem inclination in young seedlings of pine
Peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor gamma up-regulates the Bcl-2 anti-apoptotic protein in neurons and induces mitochondrial stabilization and protection against oxidative stress and apoptosis
TrkA receptor activation by nerve growth factor induces shedding of the p75 neurotrophin receptor followed by endosomal gamma-secretase-mediated release of the p75 intracellular domain
Peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor gamma is a novel target of the nerve growth factor signaling pathway in PC12 cells
The organophosphorus insecticide parathion changes properties of natural and model membranes

Abstract (1)

p75 neurotrophin receptor processing and trafficking in neuronal endosomes. New clues for p75 neuronal signaling

BookWhole (1)

Anthocyanins: Food sources and benefits to consumer's health

Proyecto (7)

UNDERSTANDING THE INVOLVEMENT OF MADS-BOX TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS FROM RADIATA PINE IN WOOD FORMING TISSUE=> UNRAVELING THE MOLECULAR MECHANISMS IN CELL WALL DYNAMICS DURING WOOD FORMATION
ADVANCED CENTER FOR THE INTEGRATIVE STUDY OF FRUIT RIPENING=> MOLECULAR AND PHYSIOLOGICAL BASES OF COMPLEX QUALITY TRAITS OF THE CHILEAN STRAWBERRY FRUIT (ACIS)
STUDY OF ROLE OF FLAVONOLS DURING THE GRAVITROPIC RESPONSE IN YOUNG RADIATA PINE SEEDLINGS
FORTALECIMIENTO DE PROGRAMAS DE INVESTIGACIÓN EN BIOLOGÍA APLICADA A LA PRODUCCIÓN VEGETAL
RESPUESTA GRAVITRÓPICA Y DIVERSIDAD GENÉTICA EN CONÍFERAS
MOLECULAR STUDY OF THE COMPRESSION WOOD FORMATION AND THE GRAVITROPIC RESPONSE IN YOUNG SEEDLINGS OF RADIATA PINE
MECANISMOS DE SENALIZACION, TRAFICO Y COMPARTIMENTALIZACION CELULAR DE LA SENAL MEDIADA POR EL RECEPTOR DE NEUROTROFINAS p75.
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Patricio Ramos

academico

Instituto de ciencias biológicas

UNIVERSIDAD DE TALCA

Talca, Chile

9
Raúl Herrera

Académico

Biología Molecular y Biotecnología

Universidad de Talca

Talca, Chile

7
Luis Morales

Profesor Asociado

Intituto de Ciencias Biomédicas

Universidad Autónoma de Chile

Talca, Chile

4
Carolina Parra

Coordinadora Programa ICEC

Universidad de Talca

Talca, Chile

3
Attilio Rigotti

Full Professor

Nutrition, Diabetes and Metabolism

PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATÓLICA DE CHILE - ESCUELA DE MEDICINA - DEPTO DE GASTROENTEROLOGÍA

Santiago, Chile

3
Francisca Bronfman

Full Professor

Instituto de Ciencias Biomédicas

Universidad Andrés Bello

Santiago, Chile

2
Karen Fuenzalida

Investigador responsable de la Unidad de investigación y desarrollo del Laboratorio de Enfermedades Metabólicas, área de laboratorio.

Instituto de Nutrición y Tecnología de Alimentos

Universidad de Chile

Santiago, Chile

2
Claudio Valenzuela

CONFERENCIANTE

ESCUELA DE MEDICINA

Universidad de Talca

Talca, Chile

2
Jose Parraguez

Investigador

Particular

Santiago, Chile

2
Attilio Rigotti

Full Professor

Nutrition, Diabetes and Metabolism

Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile

Santiago, Chile

2
Daniela Urbina

Profesor Instructor

Facultad de recursos naturales renovables

Universidad Arturo Prat

iquique, Chile

1
Carlos Figueroa

Profesor Asociado

Instituto de Ciencias Biológicas

Universidad de Talca

Talca, Chile

1
Andrea Vega

Assistant Professor

Universidad Adolfo Ibánez

Santiago, Chile

1
Daniel Bustos

Auxiliar Professor

Vicerrectoría de Investigación y Postgrado

Universidad Católica del Maule

Talca, Chile

1
Maria Moya

Profesor Titular

Instituto de Ciencias Biologicas

UNIVERSIDAD DE TALCA

Talca, Chile

1
Luis Larrondo

Associate Professor

Genetica Molecular y Microbiologia

Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile

Santiago, Chile

1
Iván Palomo

Hematology Professor

Clinical Biochemistry and Immunohematology

UNIVERSIDAD DE TALCA

Talca, Chile

1
Nibaldo Inestrosa

Full Professor

PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATÓLICA DE CHILE

Santiago, Chile

1
Pedro Gundel

Titular Professor

Universidad de Talca

Talca, Chile

1
Ricardo Castro

investigador

Instituto de ciencias químicas aplicadas

Universidad Autonomade Chile

Talca, Chile

1
Rodrigo Fuentealba

Postdoctoral Research Associate

Departamento de Inmunología Clínica y Reumatología / Facultad de Medicina

Pontificia Universidad Católica

Santiago, Chile

1
Maria Lisbona

Postdoctorado

Biología

Universidad de Chile

Santiago, Chile

1
José Pérez

Investigador Asociado

Centro de Estudios en Alimentos Procesados

Talca, Chile

1
Ramón Herrera

Full professor

Instituto de Física

Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso

Chile, Chile

1
David Contador

Universidad del Desarrollo

Santiago, Chile

1
Rodrigo Quintanilla

Associate professor

Universidad Autónoma de Chile

Santiago, Chile

1
Antonio Cabrera

Profesor auxiliar

Vicerrectoría de Investigación y Postgrado

Universidad Católica del Maule

Talca, Chile

1
Hilda Gutiérrez

Directora de Investigación corporativo

Universidad Autónoma de Chile

Santiago, Chile

1
Daisy Tapia

Docente

Universidad Autónoma de Chile

temuco, Chile

1
David Contador

Professor Instructor

School of Medicine

Universidad del Desarrollo

Santiago, Chile

1
Samuel Morales

Académico Conferenciante

Universidad de Talca

Talca, Chile