- Research Grants
Laura Pavan Ióca in research grants and scholarships supported by FAPESP.
The present project seeks to expand the knowledge of the enzimatic machinary of three unique secondary metabolic class, including the genome mining of the marine bacterium Pseudovibrio brasiliensis Ab134, as well as the search for the gene clusters responsible for the biosynthesis of the ±-nitropyrones, isopyrophen e naphthoquinoneimine, in the genome of the marine-erived fungus Aspergi...
The present investigation aims to obtain knowledge on the secondary metabolism of two fungal strains, isolated from an ascidian, Didemnum ligulum. After strains growth in artificial media and obtation of the respective crude extracts, separation steps will be performed in order to isolate pure compounds to be identified using spectroscopic techniques. The biological activity of the isol...
Genome analyses of the alpha-proteobacterium Pseudovibrio brasiliensis Ab134, a symbiont of the sponge Arenosclera brasiliensis, showed the presence of at least six biosynthetic gene clusters (BGCs) encoding the biosynthesis of secondary metabolites. Among these, a nonribosomal peptide synthetase (NRPS) BCG was shown to be involved in the swarming capability of this bacterial strain. Th...
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