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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When it comes to genomic editing, one thinks of the most modern techniques such as CRISPR, which recently won an prestigious award. It is considered almost science fiction or something futuristic. Genetic editing in animals and especially in people has ethical and moral ...Learn More

In these times of COVID-19, masks and disinfectant gel have increased awareness about safety and hygiene measures to avoid infections. It is in this scenario that incredible improvements appear in the sector and known technologies are reviewed and take on a new role, reaching new ...Learn More

This year 2020 the Nobel Prize in Chemistry has been awarded to a genetics project (it must be remembered that there is no Nobel Prize in Biology). Scientists Emmanuelle Charpentier and Jennifer Doudna have been awarded for their work "The development of a method for genome ...Learn More

It's amazing what we have learned about COVID-19. When the pandemic started, the coronavirus behind the disease was completely unknown to humanity. Only a few viruses related to it were known remotely. This was one of the reasons that we were so ill-prepared to face what began in ...Learn More

COVID-19 was identified 10 months ago at the end of 2019. Since then, it has gone through different phases of acceptance and health alarm that ended with the preventive closure of all activities in many countries. Thanks to this drastic measure, it was possible to reduce the rate ...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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