Fotopercepción en Acinetobacter baumannii y otros patógenos de relevancia clínica y agronómica

Investigadores: Dra. María Alejandra Mussi, Dra. Gabriela Leticia Müller

Becarios: Lic. Adrián Golic, Lic. Marisel Tuttobene

Publicaciones destacadas:

Ramírez M.S., Müller G., Pérez J., Golic A., Mussi M.A. (2015) More than just light: Clinical relevance of light perception in the nosocomial pathogen Acinetobacter baumannii and other members of the genus Acinetobacter. Photochem. Photobiol., 91(6):1291-1301.

Ramírez M.S., Traglia G., Pérez J., Müller G., Martínez F., Golic A., Mussi M.A. (2015) White and blue light induce reduction in susceptibility to minocycline and tigecycline in Acinetobacter sp. and other bacteria of clinical importance. J. Med. Microb. 64(Pt 5): 525-537.

Mussi M.A., Actis L., de Mendoza D., Cybulski L. (2014) Using a microbial physiologic and genetic approach to investigate how bacteria sense physical stimuli. Biochem. Mol. Biol. Educ. 42 (5): 427-434.

Golic A., Vaneechoutte M., Nemec A., Viale A., Actis L., Mussi M.A. (2013) Staring at the cold sun: blue light is distributed within the genus Acinetobacter. PLoS ONE 8(1): e55059.

Mussi M.A., Gaddy J.A., Cabruja M., Arivett B.A., Viale A.M., Rasia R., Actis L.A. (2010) The opportunistic human pathogen Acinetobacter baumannii senses and responds to light. J. Bacteriol. 192 (24): 6336-6345.