Prof. Marcos Egea Cortines
Prof. Marcos Egea Cortines
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Ternary complex formation between the MADS-box proteins SQUAMOSA, DEFICIENS and GLOBOSA is involved in the control of floral architecture in Antirrhinum majus
M Egea-Cortines, H Saedler, H Sommer
The EMBO journal 18 (19), 5370-5379, 1999
Multiple interactions amongst floral homeotic MADS box proteins.
B Davies, M Egea‐Cortines, E de Andrade Silva, H Saedler, H Sommer
The EMBO journal 15 (16), 4330-4343, 1996
Validation of reference genes for quantitative real-time PCR during leaf and flower development in Petunia hybrida
I Mallona, S Lischewski, J Weiss, B Hause, M Egea-Cortines
BMC plant biology 10 (1), 4, 2010
Biochemistry and physiology of polyamines in plants
RD Slocum, HE Flores
CRC press, 1991
Insight into the evolution of the Solanaceae from the parental genomes of Petunia hybrida
A Bombarely, M Moser, A Amrad, M Bao, L Bapaume, CS Barry, M Bliek, ...
Nature plants 2 (6), 1-9, 2016
Beyond the ABCs: ternary complex formation in the control of floral organ identity
ME Gutierrez-Cortines, B Davies
Trends in plant science 5 (11), 471-476, 2000
Polyamines in cell division, fruit set and development, and seed germination
M Egea-Cortines, Y Mizrahi
Biochemistry and physiology of polyamines in plants, 143-158, 1991
Quantitative evaluation of bias in PCR amplification and next-generation sequencing derived from metabarcoding samples
M Pawluczyk, J Weiss, MG Links, ME Aranguren, MD Wilkinson, ...
Analytical and bioanalytical chemistry 407 (7), 1841-1848, 2015
Genetic control of floral size and proportions
J Weiss, L Delgado-Benarroch, M Egea-Cortines
International Journal of Developmental Biology 49 (5-6), 513-525, 2004
Structural changes, chemical composition and antioxidant activity of cherry tomato fruits (cv. Micro‐Tom) stored under optimal and chilling conditions
P Gomez, MÁ Ferrer, JP Fernández‐Trujillo, A Calderon, F Artes, ...
Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 89 (9), 1543-1551, 2009
pcrEfficiency: a Web tool for PCR amplification efficiency prediction
I Mallona, J Weiss, M Egea-Cortines
BMC bioinformatics 12 (1), 404, 2011
Transcriptomic analysis of cold response in tomato fruits identifies dehydrin as a marker of cold stress
J Weiss, M Egea-Cortines
Journal of applied genetics 50 (4), 311-319, 2009
Plant phenomics: an overview of image acquisition technologies and image data analysis algorithms
F Perez-Sanz, PJ Navarro, M Egea-Cortines
GigaScience 6 (11), gix092, 2017
Evaluation of a rapid DNA extraction method to detect yeast cells by PCR in orange juice
M Ros-Chumillas, M Egea-Cortines, A Lopez-Gomez, J Weiss
Food control 18 (1), 33-39, 2007
Conserved and divergent rhythms of crassulacean acid metabolism-related and core clock gene expression in the cactus Opuntia ficus-indica
I Mallona, M Egea-Cortines, J Weiss
Plant physiology 156 (4), 1978-1989, 2011
Application of whole genome amplification and quantitative PCR for detection and quantification of spoilage yeasts in orange juice
A Renard, PG di Marco, M Egea-Cortines, J Weiss
International journal of food microbiology 126 (1-2), 195-201, 2008
Machine learning and computer vision system for phenotype data acquisition and analysis in plants
PJ Navarro, F Pérez, J Weiss, M Egea-Cortines
Sensors 16 (5), 641, 2016
Quantitative levels of Deficiens and Globosa during late petal development show a complex transcriptional network topology of B function
M Manchado‐Rojo, L Delgado‐Benarroch, MJ Roca, J Weiss, ...
The Plant Journal 72 (2), 294-307, 2012
Genotype distribution of human papillomavirus (HPV) and co-infections in cervical cytologic specimens from two outpatient gynecological clinics in a region of southeast Spain
P Conesa-Zamora, S Ortiz-Reina, J Moya-Biosca, A Doménech-Peris, ...
BMC infectious diseases 9 (1), 124, 2009
FORMOSA controls cell division and expansion during floral development in Antirrhinummajus
L Delgado-Benarroch, B Causier, J Weiss, M Egea-Cortines
Planta 229 (6), 1219-1229, 2009
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