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Roberto Carlos Molina Quiroz

Investigador Científico

Centro de Estudios Científicos

Valdivia, Chile

Líneas de Investigación


Mecanismos moleculares y regulación genética involucradas en la generación y despertar de células persistentes (persister cells) en patógenos humanos.

Educación

  •  Microbiología, UNIVERSIDAD DE SANTIAGO DE CHILE. Chile, 2012
  •  Bioquímica, Universidad Andrés Bello. Chile, 2008
  •  Bioquímico, Universidad Andrés Bello. Chile, 2008

Experiencia Académica

  •   Instructor Other

    UNIVERSIDAD DE SANTIAGO DE CHILE

    Química y Biología

    Santiago, Chile

    Enero 2010 - Enero 2012

  •   Profesor de Cátedra y Laboratorio Other

    Universidad Andrés Bello

    Ciencias Biológicas

    Santiago, Chile

    Enero 2008 - Enero 2013

Experiencia Profesional

  •   Investigador postdoctoral Full Time

    Universidad de Chile

    Santiago, Chile

    Enero 2012 - Enero 2014

  •   postdoctoral scholar Full Time

    Tufts University

    Boston, Estados Unidos

    Enero 2014 - Enero 2018

  •   Investigador Científico Full Time

    Centro de Estudios Científicos

    Valdivia, Chile

    Enero 2019 - A la fecha


 

Article (13)

Cyclic AMP Regulates Bacterial Persistence through Repression of the Oxidative Stress Response and SOS-Dependent DNA Repair in Uropathogenic Escherichia coli
Growth arrest and a persister state enable resistance to osmotic shock and facilitate dissemination of Vibrio cholerae
Analysis of Two Complementary Single-Gene Deletion Mutant Libraries of Salmonella Typhimurium in Intraperitoneal Infection of BALB/c Mice
Solid tumors provide niche-specific conditions that lead to preferential growth of Salmonella
Transposon-Sequencing Analysis Unveils Novel Genes Involved in the Generation of Persister Cells in Uropathogenic Escherichia coli
Exposure to sub-inhibitory concentrations of cefotaxime enhances the systemic colonization of Salmonella Typhimurium in BALB/c mice
Global transcriptomic analysis uncovers a switch to anaerobic metabolism in tellurite-exposed Escherichia coli
Microarray analysis of the Escherichia coli response to CdTe-GSH Quantum Dots: understanding the bacterial toxicity of semiconductor nanoparticles
DNA, Cell Wall and General Oxidative Damage Underlie the Tellurite/Cefotaxime Synergistic Effect in Escherichia coli
Enhancing the Antibiotic Antibacterial Effect by Sub Lethal Tellurite Concentrations: Tellurite and Cefotaxime Act Synergistically in Escherichia coli
Simple, Fast, and Sensitive Method for Quantification of Tellurite in Culture Media
Expression of Aeromonas caviae ST pyruvate dehydrogenase complex components mediate tellurite resistance in Escherichia coli
The dihydrolipoamide dehydrogenase of Aeromonas caviae ST exhibits NADH-dependent tellurite reductase activity
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Roberto Molina

Investigador Científico

Biología

Centro de Estudios Científicos

Valdivia, Chile

5
José Pérez

Associate Professor

Biologia

Universidad Andres Bello

Santiago, Chile

5
Claudio Vasquez

Full Professor

Biology Department

UNIVERSIDAD DE SANTIAGO DE CHILE

Santago, Chile

4
Cecilia Silva

Investigador Principal

Biologia

Centro de Estudios Cientificos

Valdivia, Chile

3
Claudia Muñoz

Investigador

Biología

Universidad de Santiago de Chile

Santiago, Chile

1
Alex Elias

Profesor por hora- Asistente

Biología

Universidad de Santiago de Chile

Santiago, Chile

1
Iván Calderón

Assistant Professor / Academic Coordinator / Principal Investigator

Biological Sciences

UNIVERSIDAD ANDRÉS BELLO

SANTIAGO, Chile

1
Raquel Quatrini

Research Associate

Fundación Ciencia & Vida

Santiago, Chile

1
Eduardo Castro

Assistant Professor

Center for Bioinformatics and Integrative Biology

UNIVERSIDAD ANDRES BELLO

Santiago, Chile

1
Ulises Urzúa

Assistant Professor

ICBM

UNIVERSIDAD DE CHILE

Santiago, Chile

1
Felipe Arenas

Profesor Asociado

Biología

UNIVERSIDAD SANTIAGO DE CHILE

Santiago, Chile

1
Lorenzo Leiva

Asistente de Investigación

Laboratorio de Biología Molecular Bacteriana, Facultad de Medicina, Universidad de Chile

Santiago, Chile

1
Paulina Calderón

Investigador Principal

Biome Therapeutics

Santiago, Chile