Mariano studied biology at Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina, where he also obtained his PhD in chemical biology. He was a post-doc in the group of Cathy Royer in Montpellier, before he started a post-doc at the Structural Virology lab in Paris, in 2014. His main interest is currently in the understanding of membrane fusion using high-resolution cryo-EM structure determination.
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Félix A. Rey (PI)
Cell-Cell fusion in fertilization and developmental biology: a structural biology approach. My group has made seminal contributions in the past toward understanding the mechanism of membrane fusion used by enveloped viruses to infect a […]
2018Glycan-Glycan Interaction Determines Tropism toward Human T Lymphocytes, MBio 2018 Feb;9(1).
2017The bright and the dark side of human antibody responses to flaviviruses: lessons for vaccine design, EMBO Rep. 2017 Dec;.
2016High-Resolution Mapping of a Repeat Protein Folding Free Energy Landscape, Biophys. J. 2016 Dec;111(11):2368-2376.
2016Unusual Reversible Oligomerization of Unfolded Dengue Envelope Protein Domain 3 at High Temperatures and Its Abolition by a Point Mutation, Biochemistry 2016 Aug;55(32):4469-75.
2015Evolutionarily Conserved Pattern of Interactions in a Protein Revealed by Local Thermal Expansion Properties, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2015 Jul;137(29):9354-62.
2015Exploring the Protein Folding Pathway with High-Pressure NMR: Steady-State and Kinetics Studies, Subcell. Biochem. 2015;72:261-78.
2014Molecular basis for bacterial peptidoglycan recognition by LysM domains, Nat Commun 2014;5:4269.
2014Measuring residual dipolar couplings at high hydrostatic pressure: robustness of alignment media to high pressure, J. Biomol. NMR 2014 Jan;58(1):9-16.
2014High-pressure fluorescence applications, Methods Mol. Biol. 2014;1076:53-74.
2013Low-cost equilibrium unfolding of heme proteins using 2 μl samples, Anal. Biochem. 2013 Dec;443(1):13-5.
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