Clara Elizabeth Galindo Sánchez
Department of Marine Biotechnology
Center for Scientific Research and Higher Education at Ensenada
Clara Elizabeth Galindo Sánchez is Associate Researcher from Department of Marine Biotechnology and working under a project entitled below • Evaluation of the effect of temperature on the molecular and physiological mechanisms that regulate the reproduction of octopus maya • Characterization of coastal currents and their influence on the trail of petroleum spills • 1) Diversity of ictioplancton and zooplancton in the gulf of mexico: a metagenetic and taxonomic approach. • Evaluation of the physiological response to temperature stress and acidification through gene expression in bivalves of the genus Panopea. • Transcriptomic analysis and gene expression of north american pacific haliotis spp hybrids • Spill scenario • XIXIMI oceanographic campaigns in the deep water area line 2
Paolinelli M, Villalobos EJM, Rolshausen P, Herrera EA, Galindo SCE , et al. (2016) Global transcriptional analysis suggests Lasiodiplodia theobromae pathogenicity factors involved in modulation of grapevine defensive response . BMC GENOMICS 17: 1-20.
Sanchez GA, Rodriguez FG, Díaz HF, Galindo SCE , Ortega K, et al. (2017) Thermal sensitivity of O. maya embryos as a tool for monitoring the effects of environmental warming in the Southern Gulf of Mexico. ECOLOGICAL INDICATORS 72: 574-585.