Martino Bardelli
  • Department of Infectious Diseases, King's College London, United Kingdom
Research focus
  • Microbiology
Personal information


Ph.D, King's College London, UK, 2015

Current position

Postdoctoral virologist, Jenner Institute, University of Oxford, UK


  1. Bardelli, M., Zarate-Perez, F., Agundez, L., Linden, R. M., Escalante, C. R. and Henckaerts, E. (2016). Identification of a Functionally Relevant Adeno-Associated Virus Rep68 Oligomeric Interface. J Virol 90(15): 6612-6624.
  2. Musayev, F. N., Zarate-Perez, F., Bardelli, M., Bishop, C., Saniev, E. F., Linden, R. M., Henckaerts, E. and Escalante, C. R. (2015). Structural Studies of AAV2 Rep68 Reveal a Partially Structured Linker and Compact Domain Conformation. Biochemistry 54(38): 5907-5919.
  3. Zarate-Perez, F., Mansilla-Soto, J., Bardelli, M., Burgner, J. W., 2nd, Villamil-Jarauta, M., Kekilli, D., Samso, M., Linden, R. M. and Escalante, C. R. (2013). Oligomeric properties of adeno-associated virus Rep68 reflect its multifunctionality. J Virol 87(2): 1232-1241.
  4. Zarate-Perez, F., Bardelli, M., Burgner, J. W., 2nd, Villamil-Jarauta, M., Das, K., Kekilli, D., Mansilla-Soto, J., Linden, R. M. and Escalante, C. R. (2012). The interdomain linker of AAV-2 Rep68 is an integral part of its oligomerization domain: role of a conserved SF3 helicase residue in oligomerization. PLoS Pathog 8(6): e1002764.
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