Damián Lobato-Márquez Imperial College London
1 protocol

Fátima Gasset-Rosa Department of Neurosciences, University of California, USA
1 protocol
Chiara Ambrogio University of Turin
45 protocols

Emilia Krypotou Yale University
18 protocols

Sumeet Nayak University of Massachusetts Medical School
2 protocols

Laura Molina-García
  • Centro de Investigaciones Biológicas-CSIC
Research focus
  • Microbiology
  • 2 Author merit


Master in Microbiology at Autonoma University, Madrid, Spain (2009-2010)

Current position

Ph.D. student at Center for Biological Research (CIB-CSIC), Madrid, Spain


  1. Molina-Garcia, L. and Giraldo, R. (2014). Aggregation interplay between variants of the RepA-WH1 prionoid in Escherichia coli. J Bacteriol 196(14): 2536-2542.
2 Protocols published
Evaluation of Plasmid Stability by Negative Selection in Gram-negative Bacteria
Authors:  Damián Lobato Márquez and Laura Molina García, date: 05/05/2017, view: 9742, Q&A: 0
Plasmid stability can be measured using antibiotic-resistance plasmid derivatives by positive selection. However, highly stable plasmids are below the sensitivity range of these assays. To solve this problem we describe a novel, highly sensitive ...
Semi-denaturing Detergent Agarose Gel Electrophoresis (SDD-AGE)
Authors:  Laura Molina-García and Fátima Gasset-Rosa, date: 11/20/2014, view: 17337, Q&A: 2
Pathological proteins in neurodegenerative diseases suffer a conformational change to a misfolded amyloid state. Such pathological event leads to the aggregation of these proteins that indefinitely propagates as an altered form of itself, and harbor ...
2 Protocols reviewed
A Gel-Based Assay for Probing Protein Translocation on dsDNA
Authors:  Christiane Brugger and Alexandra M. Deaconescu, date: 07/20/2021, view: 762, Q&A: 0

Protein translocation on DNA represents the key biochemical activity of ssDNA translocases (aka helicases) and dsDNA translocases such as chromatin remodelers. Translocation depends on DNA binding but is a distinct process as it typically involves

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Preparation of Doublet Microtubule Fraction for Single Particle Cryo-electron Microscopy
Authors:  Corbin Black, Daniel Chen Dai, Katya Peri, Muneyoshi Ichikawa and Khanh Huy Bui, date: 06/05/2021, view: 1569, Q&A: 0

Over the years, studying the ultrastructure of the eukaryotic cilia/flagella using electron microscopy (EM) has contributed significantly toward our understanding of ciliary function. Major complexes in the cilia, such as inner and outer dynein

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