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MOLECULAR IMAGING IN PLANTS


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Our research interests are aimed at understanding the role of second messengers in the study of how plants do interact with their environment, with particular attention to understand the mechanisms throughout plants perceive and transduce both biotic and abiotic stresses.




Foto docenteAlex Costa

Full Professor in Plant Physiology



Email: alex.costa@unimi.it
Phones: +39 02 503 14831
Website: >>>
Thesis available: >>>
External links: ORCID
Keywords: Calcium signaling, Arabidopsis, Yellow Cameleon, in vivo imaging, plant organelles
Main topics of the group: Development of new tools for in vivo Ca2+ dynamic analyses using genetically encoded probes coupled with in vivo imaging analys.


Foto docenteMaria Cristina Bonza

Assistant Professor in Plant Physiology



Email: cristina.bonza@unimi.it
Phones: +39 02 503 14820
Address: III floor / tower C
Thesis available: >>>
External links: ORCID
Keywords: Ca2+-ATPases, Ca2+ signalling, Arabidopsis
Main topics of the group: In vitro biochemical analysis and in vivo phisiological functional characterization of plant Ca2+-ATPases

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Foto docenteAlex Costa

Full Professor in Plant Physiology


Email: alex.costa@unimi.it
Phones: +39 02 503 14831
Website: >>>
Thesis available: >>>
External links: ORCID
Keywords: Calcium signaling, Arabidopsis, Yellow Cameleon, in vivo imaging, plant organelles
Main topics of the group: Development of new tools for in vivo Ca2+ dynamic analyses using genetically encoded probes coupled with in vivo imaging analys.

Foto docenteMaria Cristina Bonza

Assistant Professor in Plant Physiology


Email: cristina.bonza@unimi.it
Phones: +39 02 503 14820
Address: III floor / tower C
Thesis available: >>>
External links: ORCID
Keywords: Ca2+-ATPases, Ca2+ signalling, Arabidopsis
Main topics of the group: In vitro biochemical analysis and in vivo phisiological functional characterization of plant Ca2+-ATPases

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