Matteo Schiavinato

Matteo Schiavinato
Barcelona Supercomputing Center · Department of Life Sciences

PhD

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Introduction
Currently working at the Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC-CNS) in the Gabaldón group. Interested in Genomics, Bioinformatics and Sequencing of complex hybrid genomes. Further aspects of my research involve polyploidization, hybridization and climate change.
Additional affiliations
January 2021 - August 2021
University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna
Position
  • Operative Head
June 2018 - November 2018
Centre for Genomic Regulation
Position
  • Researcher
January 2016 - February 2020
University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna
Position
  • PhD Student

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Publications (8)
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Background There is growing interest in understanding gut microbiome dynamics, to increase the sustainability of livestock production systems and to better understand the dynamics that regulate antibiotic resistance genes ( i.e. , the resistome). High-throughput sequencing of RNA transcripts (RNA-seq) from microbial communities (metatranscriptome)...
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The emergence of resistance against common antibiotics in the gut microbiota is a major issue for both human and livestock health. This highlights the need for understanding the impact of such application on the reservoir of antibiotic resistance genes in poultry gut and devising means to circumvent the potential resistome expansion. Phytogenic fee...
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Antibody fragments such as Fab’s require the formation of disulfide bonds to achieve a proper folding state. During their recombinant, periplasmic expression in Escherichia coli, oxidative folding is mediated by the DsbA/DsbB system in concert with ubiquinone. Thereby, overexpression of Fab’s is linked to the respiratory chain, which is not only im...
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Polyploidization is a well‐known speciation and adaptation mechanism. Traces of former polyploidization events were discovered within many genomes and especially in plants. Allopolyploidization by interspecific hybridization between two species is common. Among hybrid plants, many are domesticated species of agricultural interest and many of their...
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The production of recombinant proteins usually reduces cell fitness and the growth rate of producing cells. The growth disadvantage favors faster‐growing non‐producer mutants. Therefore, continuous bioprocessing is hardly feasible in Escherichia coli due to the high escape rate. We investigated the stability of E. coli expression systems under long...
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Nicotiana section Suaveolentes is an almost all‐Australian clade of allopolyploid tobacco species including the important plant model Nicotiana benthamiana. The homology relationships of this clade and its formation are not completely understood. To address this gap, we assessed phylogenies of all individual genes of N. benthamiana and the well‐stu...
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Background: The allotetraploid tobacco species Nicotiana benthamiana native to Australia has become a popular host for recombinant protein production. Although its usage grows every year, little is known on this plant's genomic and transcriptomic features. Most N. benthamiana accessions currently used in research lack proper documentation of their...

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