Ângela Brito is a Postdoctoral researcher in the Bioengineering and Synthetic Microbiology Group at i3S – Institute for Research and Innovation in Health / IBMC – Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology, Porto, Portugal. Ângela Brito completed her degree in Biology from the Faculty of Sciences, University of Porto (FCUP) in 2008, her Master degree in Biology from FCUP in 2009, and in 2015 she obtained her PhD in Biology of Plants, from FCUP. Ângela’s research focuses on the discovery and characterization of novel cyanobacterial natural products with promising biotechnological applications.
Cyanobacterial bioactive compounds
Muriel Gugger (PI)
Cyanobacteria produce a large variety of bioactive compounds, some of which are toxic. But little is know about this natural product capacity at the phylum level. Our phylum-wide study highlighted the benefits of diversity-driven […]