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The Instituto of Biologia Molecular y Celular de Rosario (IBR) is searching for Group Leaders

3 November, 2016
The Instituto of Biologia Molecular y Celular de Rosario (IBR) is searching for Group Leaders

The IBR is seeking for new Group Leaders and is interested in original and innovative research employing interdisciplinary approaches in the general area of molecular cell biology and functional genomics. Researchers early in their career who want to pursue an independent trajectory of originality and discovery are encouraged to apply. The successful candidate’s research program […]

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Rosario strengthens scientific networks with the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL)

20 March, 2015
Rosario strengthens scientific networks with the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL)

As part of the Associate Membership of Argentina’s network of European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL), the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MINCyT) organized jointly with the Institute of Molecular Biology Cellular and Rosario the first EMBL Structural Biology Workshop that was held in Rosario on March 16th and 17th. For two days, leading European […]

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Open web

19 May, 2014
Open web

The new version of the IBR website presents a more attractive , more functional and useful style. It features easy navigation and updated content and interest allow better reading and understanding of the scientific – corporate message. The new site has 81 pages in Castilian and English, we highlight sections of communication and science, technology […]

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The IBR and community: learning and teaching science

14 April, 2014
The IBR and community: learning and teaching science

IBR was presented in the ” Libreciencia “, which aims to achieve a balance with the Secondary School Improvement in the Teaching of Science and stimulate scientific vocations . A group of doctoral fellows of the Institute involved in the project showed the progress made to date. Their preferences for working with teachers coming in […]

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Discovery of the biophysical molecular mechanism of thermal adaptation in bacteria

Discovery of the biophysical molecular mechanism of thermal adaptation in bacteria

21 March, 2014

IBR researchers explain how a thermo sensor protein converts the ambient temperature in an intracellular signal and its projection in health and biotechnology . What is the modus operandi of protein thermo sensor ? How do you convert a physical signal as the temperature in a chemical signal ? Scientists tried to answer these questions, […]

Biological sensors of toxic metals

Biological sensors of toxic metals

4 December, 2013

A group of the Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology of Rosario (IBR- CONICET- UNR) led by Dr. Fernando Soncini, developed biosensors that can detect toxic heavy metals in drinking water and industrial effluents, technology that was created from a modified bacteria that turn green when they encounter these metals. Dr. Susana Checa, associate laboratory […]

MicroRNA: mechanism that allows plants to be larger and healthier

MicroRNA: mechanism that allows plants to be larger and healthier

7 November, 2013

A group of researchers from IBR are studying how these small molecules could improve plant characteristics. The aim of this research, led by Javier Palatnik, an independent researcher of CONICET at the Institute of Molecular and Cellular Biology of Rosario (CONICET – UNR) is to increase the performance of the field and produce bigger plants […]

Discovery of a new treatment for fertilization

Discovery of a new treatment for fertilization

22 October, 2013

The finding is key to understanding the molecular mechanisms that are developed for a sperm to fertilize an egg. The new study may mark a radical change in the techniques of in vitro fertilization Darío Krapf , assistant researcher of CONICET , belongs to the Institute of Molecular and Cellular Biology of Rosario (IBR) , […]

Selected Publications

Trypanosoma cruzi High Mobility Group B (TcHMGB) can act as an inflammatory mediator on mammalian cells

Cribb P, et al. Trypanosoma cruzi High Mobility Group B (TcHMGB) can act as an inflammatory mediator on mammalian cells. 2017 PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases

Resistance to citrus canker induced by a variant of Xanthomonas citri ssp. citri is associated with a hypersensitive cell death response involving autophagy-associated vacuolar processes

Roeschlin R, et al. Resistance to citrus canker induced by a variant of Xanthomonas citri ssp. citri is associated with a hypersensitive cell death response involving autophagy-associated vacuolar processes. 2016 Molecular Plant Pathology

Lysophosphatidylcholine Drives Neuroblast Cell Fate

Paoletti L, et al. Lysophosphatidylcholine Drives Neuroblast Cell Fate. 2016 Molecular Neurobiology

Overexpression of AtERF019 delays plant growth and senescence and improves drought tolerance in Arabidopsis

Scarpeci T, et al. Overexpression of AtERF019 delays plant growth and senescence and improves drought tolerance in Arabidopsis. 2016 Journal of Experimental Botany

Cnbp ameliorates Treacher Collins Syndrome craniofacial anomalies through a pathway that involves redox-responsive genes

Porcel de Peralta Mauro S, et al. Cnbp ameliorates Treacher Collins Syndrome craniofacial anomalies through a pathway that involves redox-responsive genes. 2016 Cell Death & Disease

Compartment and signal-specific codependence in the transcriptional control of Salmonella periplasmic copper homeostasis

Pezza A, et al. Compartment and signal-specific codependence in the transcriptional control of Salmonella periplasmic copper homeostasis. 2016 PNAS, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

A pore-forming toxin enables Serratia a non-lytic egress from host cells

Di Venanzio G, et al. A pore-forming toxin enables Serratia a non-lytic egress from host cells. 2016 Cellular Microbiology

Suppression of Reactive Oxygen Species Accumulation in Chloroplasts Prevents Leaf Damage but Not Growth Arrest in Salt-Stressed Tobacco Plants

Lodeyro A, et al. Suppression of Reactive Oxygen Species Accumulation in Chloroplasts Prevents Leaf Damage but Not Growth Arrest in Salt-Stressed Tobacco Plants. 2016 PloS One

Sperm Capacitation and Acrosome Reaction in Mammalian Sperm

Stival C, et al. Sperm Capacitation and Acrosome Reaction in Mammalian Sperm. 2016 Advances in Anatomy, Embryology and Cell Biology

Membrane anchoring stabilizes and favors secretion of New Delhi metallo-β-lactamase

Gonzalez L, et al. Membrane anchoring stabilizes and favors secretion of New Delhi metallo-β-lactamase. 2016 Nature Chemical Biology

Cross-class metallo-β-lactamase inhibition by bisthiazolidines reveals multiple binding modes

Hinchliffe P, et al. Cross-class metallo-β-lactamase inhibition by bisthiazolidines reveals multiple binding modes. 2016 PNAS, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of United States of America

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