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Alma Villaseñor

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Alma Villaseñor

Alma Villaseñor

Web of Science ResearcherID: https://publons.com/researcher/1464430/
Bio: Alma Villaseñor is a post-doctoral researcher, currently coordinating the research group on allergic inflammation through metabolomics under the supervision of Coral Barbas and Domingo Barber. Her main objective as part of the team, is to find and validate biomarkers for the diagnosis and prognostic of different degrees of respiratory and / or food allergy. She has special interest in the elucidation of molecular mechanisms in this type of pathologies. Furthermore, Alma did her PhD thesis was under the supervision of Coral Barbas in 2014. This was focused on the analytical platforms capabilities in metabolomics. Therefore, she has great experience in Liquid and Gas Chromatography, both coupled to Mass Spectrometry (LCMS, GC-MS) and Capillary Electrophoresis with ultraviolet detector, or with laser fluorescence, or coupled to MS (CE-UV, CE-LIF, CE-MS) and some experience working with 1H-NMR. She is an enthusiastic researcher very respectful of different beliefs and cultures. Within the research group, she is co-supervising 2 PhD students and undergrate students.
Web of Science ResearcherID: AAH-3880-2019
ORCID: 0000-0002-6652-2739

Publications by Alma Villaseñor:

Analytical Approaches for studying Oxygenated Lipids in the search of Potential Biomarkers by LC-MS

Posted on: 01 Oct 2021

The importance of metabolism for immune homeostasis in allergic diseases

Posted on: 28 Jul 2021

Metabolomics in the Identification of Biomarkers of Asthma

Posted on: 29 May 2021

Omics

Posted on: 15 Abr 2021

Extracellular and intracellular zilpaterol and clenbuterol quantification in Hep G2 liver cells by UPLC-PDA and UPLC–MS/MS

Posted on: 20 Feb 2021

Metabolomics reveals citric acid secretion in mechanically–stimulated osteocytes is inhibited by high glucose

Posted on: 19 Feb 2019

Allergic asthma: an overview of metabolomic strategies leading to the identification of biomarkers in the field

Posted on: 04 Feb 2017

Projects by Alma Villaseñor:

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