Pietro Tedesco
  • National Research Council, Italia
Research focus
  • Biochemistry


Ph.D in Biotechnology, University of Napoli Federico II, Napoli, Italy 2016

Current position

Post-doc at the Institute of Protein Biochemistry, National Research Council, Napoli, Italy


  1. Tedesco, P., Maida, I., Palma Esposito, F., Tortorella, E., Subko, K., Ezeofor, C. C., Zhang, Y., Tabudravu, J., Jaspars, M., Fani, R. and de Pascale, D. (2016). Antimicrobial Activity of Monoramnholipids Produced by Bacterial Strains Isolated from the Ross Sea (Antarctica). Mar Drugs 14(5).

  2. Gnavi, G., Palma Esposito, F., Festa, C., Poli, A., Tedesco, P., Fani, R., Monti, M. C., de Pascale, D., D'Auria, M. V. and Varese, G. C. (2016). The antimicrobial potential of algicolous marine fungi for counteracting multidrug-resistant bacteria: phylogenetic diversity and chemical profiling. Res Microbiol 167(6): 492-500.

  3. Tedesco, P., Visone, M., Parrilli, E., Tutino, M. L., Perrin, E., Maida, I., Fani, R., Ballestriero, F., Santos, R., Pinilla, C., Di Schiavi, E., Tegos, G. and de Pascale, D. (2015). Investigating the Role of the Host Multidrug Resistance Associated Protein Transporter Family in Burkholderia cepacia Complex Pathogenicity Using a Caenorhabditis elegans Infection Model. PLoS One 10(11): e0142883.

  4. De Santi, C., Ambrosino, L., Tedesco, P., Zhai, L., Zhou, C., Xue, Y., Ma, Y. and de Pascale, D. (2015). Identification and characterization of a novel salt-tolerant esterase from a Tibetan glacier metagenomic library. Biotechnol Prog 31(4): 890-899.

  5. De Santi, C., Tedesco, P., Ambrosino, L., Altermark, B., Willassen, N. P. and de Pascale, D. (2014). A new alkaliphilic cold-active esterase from the psychrophilic marine bacterium Rhodococcus sp.: functional and structural studies and biotechnological potential. Appl Biochem Biotechnol 172(6): 3054-3068.

  6. Izzo, V., Tedesco, P., Notomista, E., Pagnotta, E., Di Donato, A., Trincone, A. and Tramice, A. (2014). α-Rhamnosidase activity in the marine isolate Novosphingobium sp. PP1Y and its use in the bioconversion of flavonoids. Journal of Molecular.

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