Publicacións en colaboración con investigadores/as de University of Sydney (25)

2021

  1. Animal and human RNA viruses: genetic variability and ability to overcome vaccines

    Archives of Microbiology, Vol. 203, Núm. 2, pp. 443-464

  2. Oral lichen planus: a microbiologist point of view

    International microbiology: official journal of the Spanish Society for Microbiology, Vol. 24, Núm. 3, pp. 275-289

2019

  1. Horizontal Gene Transfer in Bacteria, an Overview of the Mechanisms Involved

    Horizontal gene transfer: breaking borders between living kingdoms (Springer Suiza), pp. 1

2017

  1. Considerations on bacterial nucleoids

    Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology, Vol. 101, Núm. 14, pp. 5591-5602

  2. Antimicrobial peptides (AMPs): Ancient compounds that represent novel weapons in the fight against bacteria

    Biochemical Pharmacology, Vol. 133, pp. 117-138

2016

  1. The case of lipid II: The achilles’ heel of bacteria

    New Weapons to Control Bacterial Growth (Springer International Publishing), pp. 185-217

  2. The biological fight against pathogenic bacteria and protozoa

    New Weapons to Control Bacterial Growth (Springer International Publishing), pp. 509-556

  3. Resistant and Emergent Pathogens in Food Products

    Antimicrobial Food Packaging (Elsevier Inc.), pp. 11-34

  4. Human mutations affecting antibiotics

    New Weapons to Control Bacterial Growth (Springer International Publishing), pp. 353-393

  5. Fecal matter implantation as a way to fight diarrhea-causing microorganisms

    New Weapons to Control Bacterial Growth (Springer International Publishing), pp. 315-352

  6. Enzybiotics: Application in Food Packaging

    Antimicrobial Food Packaging (Elsevier Inc.), pp. 491-502

  7. Control of bacterial growth through RNA degradation

    New Weapons to Control Bacterial Growth (Springer International Publishing), pp. 39-82

2014

  1. Enzybiotics: The Rush Toward Prevention and Control of Multiresistant Bacteria (MRB)

    Antimicrobial Compounds: Current Strategies and New Alternatives (Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg), pp. 215-235

  2. Recent patents on microbial proteases for the dairy industry

    Recent Advances in DNA and Gene Sequences, Vol. 8, Núm. 1, pp. 44-55