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Editor - Angel Manteca | University of Oviedo | 8052
ISSN: 2168-9652

Biochemistry & Physiology: Open Access
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Angel Manteca

Angel Manteca
Angel Manteca
University of Oviedo
Spain
University of Oviedo

Biography

A. Manteca obtained his Biology Degree from The University of Oviedo in 2000 and a PhD-degree in Microbiology, in 2005. After a postdoctoral study at the University of Southern Denmark, working in quantitative mass spectrometry, he returned to the University of Oviedo as a postdoctoral researcher in 2011. Dr. Manteca has published more than 26 works in the most important microbiological and proteomic journals.

Research Interest

His major research interest is on the study of Streptomyces biology and differentiation. Streptomyces is a gram positive bacterium characterized by a complex developmental cycle, which is the evolutionary origin of some of the eukaryiotic signalling protein domains (apoptotic ATPases, kinases, caspases, nucleases, etc.). In addition, it is a very important industrial bacterium producing around two thirds of clinically relevant secondary metabolites. A. Manteca was pioneer in the application of new experimental methods to the analysis of Streptomyces biology.

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