Firma en Digital.CSIC (*):
Burnat, Mireia
 
Centro o Instituto:
CSIC - Instituto de Ciencias del Mar (ICM)
 
Departamento:
Biología Marina
 
Categoría Profesional:
Doctor
 
Especialización:
Biología Marina
 
Email:
mireia.burnat@icm.csic.es
 
 
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1embargoedAccessBurnat et al (CSIC).pdf.jpg2019Catabolic pathway of arginine in Anabaena involves a novel bifunctional enzyme that produces proline from arginineBurnat, Mireia  ; Picossi, Silvia  ; Herrero, Antonia  ; Flores, Enrique  artículo
2openAccess4026.full.pdf.jpg2014Cell Envelope Components Influencing Filament Length in the Heterocyst-Forming Cyanobacterium Anabaena sp. Strain PCC 7120Burnat, Mireia  ; Schleiff, E.; Flores, Enrique  artículo
3closedAccessaccesoRestringido.pdf.jpg2014Compartmentalized cyanophycin metabolism in the diazotrophic filaments of a heterocystforming cyanobacteriumBurnat, Mireia  ; Herrero, Antonia  ; Flores, Enrique  artículo
4closedAccessSep-2019Cyanophycin and arginine metabolism in cyanobacteriaFlores, Enrique  ; Arévalo, Sergio; Burnat, Mireia  artículo
5openAccessBurnat et al MMi 2018.pdf.jpgSep-2018Homospermidine biosynthesis in the cyanobacterium Anabaena requires a deoxyhypusine synthase homologue and is essential for normal diazotrophic growthBurnat, Mireia  ; Li, Bin; Kim, Sok-Ho; Michael, Anthony J.; Flores, Enrique  artículo
6openAccessmbo3207.pdf.jpgSep-2014Inactivation of agmatinase expressed in vegetative cells alters arginine catabolism and prevents diazotrophic growth in the heterocyst-forming cyanobacterium AnabaenaBurnat, Mireia  ; Flores, Enrique  artículo
7openAccessmBio-2015-Rudolf-.pdf.jpg2015The Peptidoglycan-Binding Protein SjcF1 Influences Septal Junction Function and Channel Formation in the Filamentous Cyanobacterium AnabaenaRudolf, M.; Tetik, N.; Ramos-León, Félix; Flinner, N.; Ngo, G.; Stevanovic; M.; Burnat, Mireia  ; Pernil, Rafael ; Flores, Enrique  ; Schleiff, E.artículo