Humans emit about 30 billion tonnes of CO2 each year through their energy requirements, which has important negative consequences for climate change. The move towards a different “greener” society is inevitable.
APE1 (apurinic apyrimidinic endonuclease 1) is a key factor in one of the DNA repair pathways, known as “Base Excision Repair” (BER), which activates upon DNA “lesions” elicited by oxidative damage, among others.
Nanocellulose production by bacteria is an interesting, ecofriendly alternative to cellulose production from wood, based on the capacity of a number of bacteria to excrete cellulose filaments with the characteristic of nanocellulose (10-100 nm wid
The dynamic regulation of the ion and nutrient transporters and channels of the plasma membrane is an expanding field of research. In our group, we study these regulatory mechanisms in model systems and in crops (Broccoli).