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Téc. Fabiola Moenne Figueroa 

Técnico de laboratorioFabiola moenne

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Formación

  1. Técnico Universitario en Análisis Químico y Físico

          Universidad de Santiago de Chile.

Técnicas

  • Valoración (análisis químico cuntitativo)
  • Espectrofotometría en: análisis de nutrientes, análisis bioquímicos no enzimáticos, análisis de clorofila
  • Extracción de RNA y análisis moleculares
  • Extracción de muestras para HPLC en macroalgas: compuestos fenólicos, aminoácidos.

 

Publicaciones

González A, Moenne F, Gómez M, Sáez CA, Contreras RA, Moenne A. 2014. “Oligo-carragenan Kappa increases NADPH, ascorbate and glutathione syntheses and TRR/TRX activities enhancing photosynthesis, basal metabolism, and growth in Eucalyptus trees”. Frontiers in the Plant Science. 5:512.

M Gómez, A. González, F. Moenne, C.A. Sáez, A. Moenne. 2017. “Copper-induced early responses involve the activation of Transient Receptor Potential (TRP) channels, release of amino acids, serotonin and adrenalin, and activation of homologs of glutamate, adrenalin and serotonin receptors in the marine alga Ulva compressa”. Algal Research.  26, 115:122.

Paula S.M. Celis-Plá, Fernanda Rodríguez-Rojas, Lorena Méndez, Fabiola Moenne, Pamela T Muñoz, Gabriela Lobos, Patricia Diaz, José Luis Sánchez-Lizaso, Murray T Brown, Alejandra Moenne; Claudio A. Saez. 2019 “MAPK pathway induction under copper excess in green macroalgae (Chlorophyta). 1: influence on metal exclusion/extrusion mechanisms and photosynthesis”. En revisión: revista International Journal of Applied Science and Research.

Fernanda Rodríguez-Rojas, Paula S.M. Celis-Plá, Lorena Méndez, Fabiola Moenne, Pamela T Muñoz, Gabriela Lobos, Patricia Diaz, José Luis Sánchez-Lizaso, Murray T Brown, Alejandra Moenne; Claudio A. Saez. 2019. “MAPK pathway induction under copper excess in green macroalgae (Chlorophyta). 2: regulation of detoxification mechanisms”. En revisión: revista International Journal of Applied Science and Research.

 

Laboratory technician

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Studies

  1. Technician in Chemical and Physical Analysis

          Universidad de Santiago de Chile.

Techniques

 

  • Chemical Assessment (chemical quantitative analysis)
  • Spectrophotometry in nutrient analysis, non-enzymatic biochemical analysis, chlorophyll analysis.
  • RNA extraction and molecular analysis.
  • Extraction of samples for HPLC in macroalgae: phenolic compounds, amino acids.

Articles

González A, Moenne F, Gómez M, Sáez CA, Contreras RA, Moenne A. 2014. “Oligo-carragenan Kappa increases NADPH, ascorbate and glutathione syntheses and TRR/TRX activities enhancing photosynthesis, basal metabolism, and growth in Eucalyptus trees”. Frontiers in the Plant Science. 5:512.

M Gómez, A. González, F. Moenne, C.A. Sáez, A. Moenne. 2017. “Copper-induced early responses involve the activation of Transient Receptor Potential (TRP) channels, release of amino acids, serotonin and adrenalin, and activation of homologs of glutamate, adrenalin and serotonin receptors in the marine alga “Ulva compressa”. Algal Research.  26, 115:122.

Paula S.M. Celis-Plá, Fernanda Rodríguez-Rojas, Lorena Méndez, Fabiola Moenne, Pamela T Muñoz, Gabriela Lobos, Patricia Diaz, José Luis Sánchez-Lizaso, Murray T Brown, Alejandra Moenne; Claudio A. Saez. 2019 “MAPK pathway induction under copper excess in green macroalgae (Chlorophyta). 1: influence on metal exclusion/extrusion mechanisms and photosynthesis”. Under review: International Journal of Applied Science and Research.

Fernanda Rodríguez-Rojas, Paula S.M. Celis-Plá, Lorena Méndez, Fabiola Moenne, Pamela T Muñoz, Gabriela Lobos, Patricia Diaz, José Luis Sánchez-Lizaso, Murray T Brown, Alejandra Moenne; Claudio A. Saez. 2019. “MAPK pathway induction under copper excess in green macroalgae (Chlorophyta). 2: regulation of detoxification mechanisms”. Under review: International Journal of Applied Science and Research.