Ramon Contreras de Luna

Dr. Ramon Contreras is a skilled Plant biologist with an exemplary academic career, having successfully completed PhD studies at Centro Nacional de Biotecnología, Madrid. Ramon has more than 8 years of expertise in scientific and dissemination writing and is dedicated in sharing knowledge through multiple platforms. He has published articles covering diverse topics, including botanics, animal and vegetal physiology, microbiology, genetics, and biochemistry. Now Ramon is one of MolecularCloud platform’s freelance scientific writers. Follow him for more interesting stories about molecular biology and life sciences!

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Hybridization between the British and California strains of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus appears to have occurred at least once reported by medical sources in the state of California, and it appears that the resulting virus is more powerful than its two predecessors. The COVID-19 ...Learn More

November 2020 will possibly be remembered for being part of the year of the pandemic. However, on a scientific level during that month one of the great milestones of the 21st century passed. For the first time in history an RNA vaccine was approved for human use. Until that ...Learn More

In this 21st century world full of technology and scientific advances, non-pharmaceutical and non-hospital measures are playing a key role in controlling the pandemic generated by SARS-CoV-2. Although taken with different harshness in different countries, it seems undeniable that ...Learn More

Now that the vaccination campaigns against the coronavirus causing the COVID-19 pandemic are beginning, a new strain that has emerged, or detected for the first time, in the British country is coming to the fore. The alarms have jumped from the English government and have ...Learn More

The presence of traces of SARS-CoV-2 in wastewater is proved to be an effective tool to determine the infection of communities. Although the virus is inactivated in water at room temperature, as is the case with other similar viruses, remnants of its genome can be detected by qPCR ...Learn More

  1. RIMA-Dependent Nuclear Accumulation of IYO Triggers Auxin- Irreversible Cell Differentiation in Arabidopsis. The Plant cell, 29(3), 575–588. Muñoz, A., Mangano, S., González-García, M. P., Contreras, R., Sauer, M. De Rybel, B., … Rojo, E.(2017)

  2. Identification of Domains and Factors Involved in MINIYO Nuclear Import. R Contreras, P Kalemi, MP González-García, A Lazarova, JJ Sánchez-Serrano, M Sanmartín, E Rojo (2019). Front. Plant Sci., 05 September 2019 | https://doi.org/10.3389/fpls.2019.01044

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