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Mireia Burnat
Mireia Burnat
PhD
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Compartmentalized cyanophycin metabolism in the diazotrophic filaments of a heterocyst-forming cyanobacterium
M Burnat, A Herrero, E Flores
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (10), 3823-3828, 2014
1112014
Cyanophycin and arginine metabolism in cyanobacteria
E Flores, S Arévalo, M Burnat
Algal Research 42, 101577, 2019
532019
The Peptidoglycan-Binding Protein SjcF1 Influences Septal Junction Function and Channel Formation in the Filamentous Cyanobacterium Anabaena
M Rudolf, N Tetik, F Ramos-León, N Flinner, G Ngo, M Stevanovic, ...
MBio 6 (4), 10.1128/mbio. 00376-15, 2015
422015
Cell envelope components influencing filament length in the heterocyst-forming cyanobacterium Anabaena sp. strain PCC 7120
M Burnat, E Schleiff, E Flores
Journal of bacteriology 196 (23), 4026-4035, 2014
322014
A quantitative and statistically robust method for the determination of xylem conduit spatial distribution
M Mencuccini, J Martinez‐Vilalta, J Piñol, L Loepfe, M Burnat, X Alvarez, ...
American journal of botany 97 (8), 1247-1259, 2010
312010
In Situ Determination of the Effects of Lead and Copper on Cyanobacterial Populations in Microcosms
M Burnat, E Diestra, I Esteve, A Solé
PloS one 4 (7), e6204, 2009
312009
Catabolic pathway of arginine in Anabaena involves a novel bifunctional enzyme that produces proline from arginine
M Burnat, S Picossi, A Valladares, A Herrero, E Flores
Molecular Microbiology 111 (4), 883-897, 2019
272019
Homospermidine biosynthesis in the cyanobacterium Anabaena requires a deoxyhypusine synthase homologue and is essential for normal diazotrophic growth
M Burnat, B Li, SH Kim, AJ Michael, E Flores
Molecular Microbiology 109 (6), 763-780, 2018
222018
Structure-preserving smoothing of biomedical images
D Gil, A Hernandez-Sabaté, M Brunat, S Jansen, J Martínez-Vilalta
Pattern Recognition 44 (9), 1842-1851, 2011
192011
Inactivation of agmatinase expressed in vegetative cells alters arginine catabolism and prevents diazotrophic growth in the heterocyst‐forming cyanobacterium Anabaena
M Burnat, E Flores
MicrobiologyOpen 3 (5), 777-792, 2014
182014
Confocal laser scanning microscopy coupled to a spectrofluorometric detector as a rapid tool for determining the in vivo effect of metals on phototrophic bacteria
M Burnat, E Diestra, I Esteve, A Solé
Bulletin of environmental contamination and toxicology 84, 55-60, 2010
172010
Isolation and characterization of a heterotrophic bacterium able to grow in different environmental stress conditions, including crude oil and heavy metals
E Diestra, I Esteve, M Burnat, J Maldonado, A Solé
Communicating Current Research and Educational Topics and Trends in Applied …, 2007
122007
Cyanophycin and arginine metabolism in cyanobacteria. Algal Res 42: 101577
E Flores, S Arévalo, M Burnat
72019
Cyanophycin, a cellular nitrogen reserve material
A Herrero, M Burnat
The cell biology of Cyanobacteria, 211-220, 2014
72014
Confocal laser scanning and electron microscopic techniques as powerful tools for determining the in vivo effect and sequestration capacity of lead in cyanobacteria
I Esteve, J Maldonado, Á Burgos, E Diestra, M Burnat, A Solé
Cyanobacteria: Ecology, Toxicology and Management, 179-195, 2013
52013
Metabolisme de la cianoficina en el cianobacteri diazotròfic Anabaena sp.
M Burnat
CSIC-Instituto de Ciencias del Mar (ICM), 2019
2019
Structural and metabolic aspects of multicellularity in a heterocyst-forming cyanobacterium
M Burnat
CSIC-USE-Instituto de Bioquímica Vegetal y Fotosíntesis (IBVF), 2015
2015
COS 47-7: Effects of conduit spatial distribution on xylem network properties
M Mencuccini, J Martínez-Vilalta, L Loepfe, J Piñol, M Burnat, FX Alvarez, ...
The 94th ESA Annual Meeting, 2009
2009
Microbial mat cyanobacterial community responses to additions of heavy metals (Pb and Cu)
M Burnat, I Roig, E Diestra, I Esteve, A Solé
Book of Abstracts of the 11th International Symposium on Microbial Ecology …, 2006
2006
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