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Alejandro Montenegro-Montero

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I'm trying to decipher transcriptional networks involved in the circadian control of gene expression.My current research focuses on the molecular basis of circadian rhythms using Neurospora crassa as a model. By using a systems-based approach

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My research is focused on transcriptional regulation, specifically, on the characterization of transcriptional regulatory networks in eukaryotes. I’m currently working as a postdoc at the Department of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology, at Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile.

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  • In the Driver's Seat: The Case for Transcriptional Regulation and Coupling as Relevant Determinants of the Circadian Transcriptome and Proteome in Eukaryotes

    • Montenegro-Montero a
    • Larrondo L
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  • The bZIP Transcription Factor HAC-1 Is Involved in the Unfolded Protein Response and Is Necessary for Growth on Cellulose in Neurospora crassa

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    • Goity A
    • Larrondo L
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  • Determination and Inference of Eukaryotic Transcription Factor Sequence Specificity

    • Weirauch M
    • Yang A
    • Albu M
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  • The Neurospora circadian system: from genes to proteins and back, in less than 24 hours. in “Neurospora: Genomics and Molecular Biology

    • Montenegro-Montero, A. & Larrondo L
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