Ayush Ranawade harvard university
7 protocols

Kristin Shingler University of Minnesota School of Dentistry
28 protocols

Elena Jordana-Lluch
  • Post-Doc, Antibiotic Resistance and Pathogenicity of Bacterial Infections Group, Balearic Islands Health Research Institute (IdISBa)
Research focus
  • Microbiology
  • Pseudomonas aeruginosa, antibiotic resistance, cell wall biology, peptidoglycan, biofilm


PhD, Autonomous University of Barcelona, 2015

Lab information

Dr. Antonio Oliver and Dr. Carlos Juan


1. Jordana-Lluch E, Garcia Altamirano V, Kingdon ADH, Sing, N, Alexander C, Williams P, Hardie KR, 2020, A Simple Polymicrobial Biofilm Keratinocyte Colonisation Model for Exploring Interactions between Commensals, Pathogens and Antimicrobials. Frontiers in Microbiology 11:article 291. doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2020.00291

2. Singh N, Romero M, Travanut A, Monteiro PF, Jordana-Lluch E, Hardie KR, Williams P, Alexander MR, Alexander C., 2019. Dual bioresponsive antibiotic and quorum sensing inhibitor combination nanoparticles for treatment of Pseudomonas aeruginosa biofilms in vitro and ex vivo. Biomaterial Sciences, 7(10), 4099-4111. doi: 10.1039/c9bm00773c.

3. Torrens G, Sánchez-Diener I, Jordana-Lluch E, Barceló IM, Zamorano L, Juan C, Oliver A., 2019. In vivo validation of peptidoglycan recycling as target to disable AmpC-mediated resistance and reduce virulence enhancing the cell-wall-targeting immunity. J Infect Dis, 220(11):1729-1737.
doi: 10.1093/infdis/jiz377.

4. Jordana-Lluch E, Rivaya B, Marcó C, Giménez M, Quesada MD, Escobedo A, Batlle M, Martró E, Ausina V., 2017. Molecular diagnosis of bloodstream infections in onco-haematology patients with PCR/ESI-MS technology. J Infect. 74(2):187-194. doi: 10.1016/j.jinf.2016.11.011

5. Jordana-Lluch E, Rivaya B, Marcó C, Giménez M, Quesada MD, Escobedo A, Batlle M, Martró E, Ausina V., 2015. Evaluation of the Broad-Range PCR/ESI-MS Technology in Blood Specimens for the Molecular Diagnosis of Bloodstream Infections PLoS One. 10(10), e0140865. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0140865

6. Jordana-Lluch E, Giménez M, Quesada MD, Ausina V, Martró E., 2014. Improving the diagnosis of bloodstream infections: PCR coupled with mass spectrometry. BioMed Research International. pp.501214. doi: 10.1155/2014/501214
7. González V, Gomes-Fernandes M, Bascuñana E, Casanovas S, Saludes V, Jordana-Lluch E, Matas L, Ausina V, Martró E, 2013. Accuracy of a commercially available assay for HCV genotyping and subtyping in the clinical practice, Journal of Clinical Virology. Vol 58 (1). pp 249 - 253.
doi: 10.1016/j.jcv.2013.05.005

8. Saludes V, Bascuñana E, Jordana-Lluch E, Casanovas S, Ardèvol M, Soler E, Planas R, Ausina V, Martró E., 2013. Relevance of baseline viral genetic heterogeneity and host factors for treatment outcome prediction in hepatitis C virus 1b-infected patients. PLoS One 8(8):e72600. IF2013 3.73, Q1, JIF percentile: 86.4. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0072600

9. Jordana-Lluch E, Carolan HE, Giménez M, Sampath R, Ecker DJ, Quesada MD, Módol, JM, Arméstar F, Blyn LB, Cummins LL, Ausina V, Martró E., 2013. Rapid diagnosis of bloodstream infections with PCR followed by mass spectrometry PLoS One. 8(4), e62108.
doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0062108

10. Martró E, Valero A, Jordana-Lluch E, Saludes V, Planas R, González-Candelas F, Ausina V, Bracho MA. Hepatitis C virus sequences from different patients confirm the existence and transmissibility of subtype 2q, a rare subtype circulating in the metropolitan area of Barcelona, Spain. 2011. J Med Virol, 83(5):820-6. IF2013 3.73, Q1, JIF percentile: 86.4.

11. Jordana-Lluch E; Martró E; Ausina V. 2012. Mass spectrometry in the laboratory of clinical microbiology. Enfermedades Infecciosas y Microbiología Clínica. 30(10), 635-644. IF2012 1.491, Q4, JIF percentile: 23.7

12. Wiesinger-Mayr H, Jordana-Lluch E, Martró E, Schoenthaler S, Noehammer C.; et al. 2011. Establishment of a semi-automated pathogen DNA isolation from whole blood and comparison with commercially available kits. J of Microbiol Methods. 85(3), 206-2013. IF2011 2,086, Q3, JIF percentile: 40.97
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Murine Acute Pneumonia Model of Pseudomonas aeruginosa Lung Infection
Authors:  Xiaolei Pan and Weihui Wu, date: 11/05/2020, view: 993, Q&A: 0
Animal infection models play significant roles in studying bacterial pathogenic mechanisms, host pathogen interaction as well as evaluating drug and vaccine efficacies. We have been utilizing an acute pneumonia model to study bacterial colonization ...
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