Pagano Eduardo A.
Universidad de Buenos Aires
Agronomist and Magister Scientiae in Plant Production of the University of Buenos Aires. Doctor of Biological Sciences from the University of Granada, Spain. Associate Professor Regular in charge of the Chair of Biochemistry of the Faculty of Agronomy of the University of Buenos Aires. Researcher of the "Institute for Research in Agricultural and Environmental Biosciences" of the same Faculty. Academic Secretary and then Deputy Dean in the period 2006-2014. Responsible for three undergraduate, two postgraduate and co-responsible subjects a specialization in the process of approval by CONEAU, in the area of biochemistry and plant biotechnology. In the scientific aspect his area of interest is the study of the metabolism of stress to biochemical and molecular level in crop plants. Director / co-director of 10 postgraduate theses. Director / co-director of 18 publicly funded research projects private, 5 current. Author / co-author of two books, 13 book chapters, 65 scientific articles with reference (29 in international journals, 17 in national journals, 5 in books, 14 in congresses), 94 summaries of congress presentations, 15 gene sequences and 1 crystallized protein sequence. Responsible for a technology transfer agreement. Director of a laboratory specialized technical services.
Study of the metabolism of stress to biochemical and molecular level in crop plants.
Differential effects of Cr(VI) on the Ultrastructure of Chloroplast and Plasma Membrane of Salvinia minima Growing in Summer and Winter. Relationships with Lipid Peroxidation, Electrolyte Leakage, Photosynthetic Pigments, and Carbohydrates” Prado, C., Prado, F.E., Pagano, E., Rosa, M. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution, 226 (2): 2284. 2015.
Developing seeds of field-grown soybean respond to stink bug damage inducing MAPK activity and regulated defenses” Giacometti, R., Barneto, J., Barriga, L., Sardoy, P., Balestrasse, K., Andrade, A.M., Pagano, E.A., Alemano, S.G., Zavala, J.A. Pest Management Science, 72:1585-1594. 2016
“The nematode Caenorhabditis elegans as an integrated toxicological tool to assess water quality and pollution” Clavijo AM, Kronberg MF, Rossen A, Moya A, Calvo D, Salatino SA, Pagano EA, Morábito J, Munarriz E. Science of the Total Environment, 569-570:252-261.