Dr. Luis González

Profesor Investigador

1986 Postdoctorado en Bioquímica de Plantas, Kings’ College London, Londres, RU

1985 Doctorado en Bioquímica, Cinvestav, México D.F., México.

1981 Maestría en Ciencias en Bioquímica, Cinvestav, México D.F., México.

  • Gerardo Ignacio Picón Garrido, Ana Paula García García, Luis González de la Vara, Alicia Chagolla-López, Carlos Gómez-Lojero and Emma Berta Gutiérrez-Cirlos. Separation and analysis of Bacillus subtilis respiratory chain complexes. Journal of Bioenergetics and Biomembranes 54: 251–271. 2022.
  • Diego Andrés Castro López, Luis Eugenio González de la Vara, Moisés Santillán and Agustino Martínez-Antonio. A molecular dynamic model of tryptophan overproduction in Escherichia coli. Fermentation 8: 560. 2022.
  • Adriana Basilio-Apolinar, Luis Eugenio González de la Vara, J. Gabriel Ramírez-Pimentel, Cesar L. Aguirre-Mancilla, Gabriel Iturriaga, Jorge Covarrubias-Prieto and Juan Carlos Raya-Pérez. Silicon induces changes in the antioxidant system of millet cultivated in drought and salinity. Chilean Journal of Agricultural Research. 81: 655-663. 2021.
  • Angel R. Flores-Sosa, Diana Soto-Magaña, Luis E. González-de la Vara, Lino Sánchez Segura, Moustapha Bah , Dulce M. Rivera-Pastrana, Gerardo M. Nava and Edmundo M. Mercado Silva. Red drupelet reversion in blackberries caused by mechanical damage is not linked to a reduction in anthocyanin content. Postharvest Biology and Technology. 180: 111618. 2021.
  • Karla J. Rojas-Méndez, Lino Sánchez Segura, Alicia Chagolla López, Bárbara Lino Alfaro and Luis E. González de la Vara. Voltage-Dependent Anion-Selective Channels and Other Mitochondrial Membrane Proteins Form Diverse Complexes in Beetroots Subjected to Flood-Induced Programmed Cell Death. Frontiers in Plant Science. 12: 714847. 2021.
  • Amalia Nadin Lule-Chávez, Eva Edilia Ávila, Luis Eugenio González-de-la-Vara, Miguel Angel Salas-Marina and Jorge Eugenio Ibarra. Detrimental Effects of Induced Antibodies on Aedes aegypti Reproduction. Medical and Veterinary Entomology. 48: 706-716. 2019.
  • Bárbara Lino, Alicia Chagolla, and Luis Eugenio González de la Vara. Membrane proteins involved in transport, vesicle traffic and Ca2+ signaling increase in beetroots grown in saline soils. Planta. 244: 87-101. 2016. DOI: 10.1007/s00425-016-2488-4.
  • 2.1.a.7. Lino M.B., Baizabal Aguirre V.M. y González de la Vara L. (1998) The plasma membrane H+-ATPase from beet root is inhibited by a calcium-dependent phosphorylation. Planta 204:352-359.

Sistema Nacional de Investigadores, Nivel I