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Dr. Plinio Antonio Guzmán Villate

Position: Investigador 3D, SNI II.

Telephono: +52 (462) 6239662

E-mail: pguzman@ira.cinvestav.mx

Laboratory of Posttrancriptional Regulation


 

Education & training


2001 Visiting Professo, Salk Institute, La Joya, CA, EE. UU.

1986 Posdoctoral at the Department de Microbiology, U. de Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, EE.UU.

1988 Posdoctoral at the Department de Biology, U. de Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, EE.UU.


Research interests

  • Function of RING-H2 ubiquitin-ligases in plant stress responses and development
  • Control of gene expression by Poly (A)-binding proteins in plants
  • Ethylene signal transduction in plants
  • Telomere metabolism in Ustilago maydis

 

 

Recent Publications

  • Cristina Garcidueñas-Piña, Iliana E. Medina-Ramirez, Plinio Guzmán, Roberto Rico-Martinez, José Francisco Morales-Dominguez and Isidoro Rubio-Franchini . Evaluation of the antimicrobial activity of nano-structured materials of titanium dioxide doped with silver and/or copper and their effects in Arabidopsis thaliana. International Journal of Photoenergy. 2016. Páginas: 1-14. DOI: 10.1155/2016/8060847
     
  • Domingo Jiménez-López, Jaime Bravo and Plinio Guzmán. Evolutionary history exposes radical diversification among classes of interaction partners of the MLLE domain of plant poly(A)-binding proteins. BMC Evolutionary Biology. 2015, Vol. 15(195): 1-13, DOI: 10.1186/s12862-015-0475-1.
     
  • Domingo Jiménez-López and Plinio Guzmán. Insights into the evolution and domain structure of ataxin-2 proteins across eukaryotes. BMC Res Notes. 2014, Vol. 7(453): 1-12. DOI: 10.1186/1756-0500-7-453.
     
  • Vázquez-Cruz, Plinio Guzmán and Patricia Sánchez-Alonso. The telomerase reverse transcriptase subunit from the dimorphic fungus Ustilago maydis. PLos One. 2014, Vol. (10): e109981, 1-14. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0109981.
     
  • Víctor Aguilar-Hernández and Plinio Guzmán. The fate of tandemly duplicated genes assessed by the expression analysis of a group of Arabidopsis thaliana RING-H2 ubiquitin ligase genes of the ATL family. Plant Molecular Biology. 2014, Vol. 84: 429-441. DOI:10.1007/s11º03-013-0143-z
     
  • Guzmán P. (2014). ATLs and BTLs, plant-specific and general eukaryotic structurally-related E3 ubiquitin ligases (Review). Plant Science 215– 216:69– 75
     
  • Aguilar-Hernández V and Guzmán P. (2014) The fate of tandemly duplicated genes assessed by the expression analysis of a group of Arabidopsis thaliana RING-H2 ubiquitin ligase genes of the ATL family. Plant Mol Biol 84:
     
  • Aguilar-Hernández V and Guzmán P. (2013) Spliceosomal introns in the 5’ untranslated region of plant BTL RING-H2 ubiquitin ligases are evolutionary conserved and required for gene expression. BMC Plant Biology 13:179
     
  • Aguilar-Hernández V, Medina-Zapata J, Aguilar-Henonin L and Guzmán P. (2013) Expansion and diversification of BTL RING-H2 ubiquitin ligases in angiosperms: putative Rabring7/BCA2 orthologs. PLoS One 8(8): e72729.
     
  • Guzmán P. (2012). The prolific ATL family of RING-H2 ubiquitin ligases (Review). Plant Signal Behav 7:1009-1016
     
  • Aguilar-Hernández V, Aguilar-Henonin L and Guzmán P. (2011) Diversity in the architecture of ATLs, a family of plant ubiquitin-ligases, to recognize and target substrates in different cellular environments. PLoS One 6 (8):e23934.