Bioinformatics Microbiology Persistence Indirect resistance
João Santos Rebelo is conducting a Ph.D. in Biology by the University of Lisbon starting in 2021 within the Evolutionary Ecology of Microorganisms. He is conducting the project "Indirect resistance and the role of persistence – an experimental and computational approach", under the supervision of Francisco Dionísio (cE3c) and Francisca Monteiro (cE3c). João Ph.D. project aims are: identifie the specific mechanism promoting the survival of sensitive cells in the context of Indirect Resistance. This knowledge is paramount to better understand the complex dynamics of antibiotic resistance.
Dionisio, F., Domingues, C.P.F., Rebelo, J.S., Monteiro, F. & Nogueira, T. (2023) The Impact of Non-Pathogenic Bacteria on the Spread of Virulence and Resistance Genes.International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 24(3), 1967. DOI:10.3390/ijms24031967 (IF2021 6,208; Q2 Biochemistry & Molecular Biology)
Darmancier, H., Domingues, C.P.F., Rebelo, J.S., Amaro, A., Dionísio, F., Pothier, J., Serra, O. & Nogueira, T. (2022) Are Virulence and Antibiotic Resistance Genes Linked? A Comprehensive Analysis of Bacterial Chromosomes and Plasmids.Antibiotics-Basel, 11(6), 706. DOI:10.3390/antibiotics11060706 (IF2021 0,90; Q2 Infectious Diseases)
Domingues, C.P.F., Rebelo, J.S., Monteiro, F., Nogueira, T. & Dionisio, F. (2022) Harmful Behaviour through Plasmid Transfer: A Successful Evolutionary Strategy of Bacteria Harbouring Conjugative Plasmids.Philosophical Transactions of The Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences, 377, 1842. DOI:10.1098/rstb.2020.0473 (IF2020 3,410; Q1 Biology)
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