claudia piccini
claudia piccini
Instituto Clemente Estable (Uruguay)
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Genetic and eco-physiological differences of South American Cylindrospermopsis raciborskii isolates support the hypothesis of multiple ecotypes
C Piccini, L Aubriot, A Fabre, V Amaral, M González-Piana, A Giani, ...
Harmful Algae 10 (6), 644-653, 2011
Blooms of single bacterial species in a coastal lagoon of the southwestern Atlantic Ocean
C Piccini, D Conde, C Alonso, R Sommaruga, J Pernthaler
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 72 (10), 6560-6568, 2006
Paenibacillus larvae larvae spores in honey samples from Uruguay: a nationwide survey
K Antúnez, B D’Alessandro, C Piccini, E Corbella, P Zunino
Journal of invertebrate pathology 86 (1-2), 56-58, 2004
Detection of Paenibacillus larvae subspecies larvae spores in naturally infected bee larvae and artificially contaminated honey by PCR
C Piccini, B D'alessandro, K Antunez, P Zunino
World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology 18 (8), 761-765, 2002
Alteration of chromophoric dissolved organic matter by solar UV radiation causes rapid changes in bacterial community composition
C Piccini, D Conde, J Pernthaler, R Sommaruga
Photochemical & Photobiological Sciences 8 (9), 1321-1328, 2009
Colonization of overlaying water by bacteria from dry river sediments
S Fazi, S Amalfitano, C Piccini, A Zoppini, A Puddu, J Pernthaler
Environmental Microbiology 10 (10), 2760-2772, 2008
Flagellate and non-flagellate Proteus mirabilis in the development of experimental urinary tract infection
P Zunino, C Piccini, C Legnani-Fajardo
Microbial pathogenesis 16 (5), 379-385, 1994
Phenotypic and genotypic characterization of Paenibacillus larvae isolates
K Antúnez, C Piccini, S Castro-Sowinski, AS Rosado, L Seldin, P Zunino
Veterinary microbiology 124 (1-2), 178-183, 2007
American foulbrood in Uruguay: isolation of Paenibacillus larvae larvae from larvae with clinical symptoms and adult honeybees and susceptibility to oxytetracycline
C Piccini, P Zunino
Journal of invertebrate pathology (Print) 78 (3), 176-177, 2001
Cianobacterias y cianotoxinas en ecosistemas límnicos de Uruguay
S Bonilla, S Haakonsson, A Somma, A Gravier, A Britos, L Vidal, ...
Innotec, 9-22, 2015
Ecophysiological differences of betaproteobacterial populations in two hydrochemically distinct compartments of a subtropical lagoon
C Alonso, M Zeder, C Piccini, D Conde, J Pernthaler
Environmental microbiology 11 (4), 867-876, 2009
DNA extraction and PCR detection of Paenibacillus larvae spores from naturally contaminated honey and bees using spore-decoating and freeze-thawing techniques
B D’Alessandro, K Antunez, C Piccini, P Zunino
World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology 23 (4), 593-597, 2007
Coastal bacterioplankton community diversity along a latitudinal gradient in Latin America by means of V6 tag pyrosequencing
FL Thompson, T Bruce, A Gonzalez, A Cardoso, M Clementino, ...
Archives of microbiology 193 (2), 105-114, 2011
Defined mutants ofProteus mirabilislacking flagella cause ascending urinary tract infection in mice
C Legnani-Fajardo, P Zunino, C Piccini, A Allen, D Maskell
Microbial pathogenesis 21 (5), 395-405, 1996
Application of ancient DNA to the reconstruction of past microbial assemblages and for the detection of toxic cyanobacteria in subtropical freshwater ecosystems
G Martinez De La Escalera, D Antoniades, S Bonilla, C Piccini
Molecular ecology 23 (23), 5791-5802, 2014
Dynamics of toxic genotypes of Microcystis aeruginosa complex (MAC) through a wide freshwater to marine environmental gradient
GM de la Escalera, C Kruk, AM Segura, L Nogueira, I Alcántara, C Piccini
Harmful algae 62, 73-83, 2017
Procesos estructuradores de las comunidades biológicas en lagunas costeras de Uruguay
S Bonilla, D Conde, L Aubriot, L Rodríguez-Gallego, C Piccini, E Meerhoff, ...
Bases para la conservación y el manejo de la costa Uruguaya, 611-630, 2006
An approach to the characterization of the honey bee hive bacterial flora
C Piccini, K Antúnez, P Zunino
Journal of apicultural research 43 (3), 101-104, 2004
An iron-regulated outer-membrane protein of Proteus mirabilis is a haem receptor that plays an important role in urinary tract infection and in in vivo growth
A Lima, P Zunino, B D'Alessandro, C Piccini
Journal of medical microbiology 56 (12), 1600-1607, 2007
Identification of iron-regulated outer membrane proteins in uropathogenic Proteus mirabilis and its relationship with heme uptake
CD Piccini, FM Barbe, CL Legnani-Fajardo
FEMS microbiology letters 166 (2), 243-248, 1998
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