Publicaciones ISI

  1. Avendaño, R., Irgang, R., Poblete, M., Vásquez, Y., Robles, C., Toro, D., Cortez, S. 2016. Predominant bacteria associated with black rockcod (Notothenia coriiceps Richarson 1844) from King George Island, Antarctica. Bull Eur Assoc Fish Pathol. 36(6): 246-255.ño-herrera.pdf
  2. Avendaño, R., Irgang, R., Sandoval, C., Moreno, P., Houe, A., Duchaud, E., Poblete, M., Nicolas, P., Ilardi, P. 2016. Isolation, Characterization and Virulence Potential of Tenacibaculum dicentrarchi in Salmonid Cultures in Chile, Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, 63 (2), 121-126.
  3. Avendaño, R., Tapia, D., Aedo, A., Saldivia, P., Ortega, C., Irgang, R. 2016. Disease caused by Yersinia ruckeri serotype O2b found in Chilean-farmed coho salmon, Oncorhynchus kisutch (Walbaum, 1792). J Fish Dis., 40(2): 279-285.
  4. Bethke, J., Avendaño, R. 2016. Comparative genome analysis of two Streptococcus phocae subspecies provides novel insights into pathogenicity. Genomics, 31: 53-61.
  5. Bethke, J., Poblete, M., Irgang, R., Yáñez, A., Avendaño, R. 2016. Iron acquisition and siderophore production in the fish pathogen Renibacterium salmoninarum. Journal of Fish Diseases, 39: 1275- 1283.
  6. Boltaña, S., Castellana, B., Goetz, G., Tort, L., Teles, M., Mulero, V., Novoa, B., Figueras, A., Goetz, F., Gallardo, C., Planas, J., Mackenzie, S. 2016. Extending immunological profiling in the Gilthead Sea bream, Sparus. aurata, by enriched cDNA library analysis, microarray design and initial studies upon the inflammatory Response to PAMPs. International Journal of Molecular, 18(2): 317. Science,
  7. Boltaña, S., Chávez, J., Valenzuela, V., Gallardo, C. 2016. Evidence for the induction of key components of the Notch signaling pathway via deltamethrin and azamethiphos treatment in the sea louse Caligus rogercresseyi. International Journal of Molecular Science, 17(5). pii: E304.
  8. Boltaña, S., Sanchez, M., Valenzuela, V., Gallardo, G. 2016. Density-dependent effects of Caligus rogercresseyi infestation on the immune responses of Salmo salar. Fish and Shellfish Immunology, 59, 365-374.
  9. Boltaña, S., Valenzuela-Miranda, D., Aguilar, A., Mackenzie, S., Gallardo, C. 2016. Long noncoding RNAs (lncRNAs) dynamics evidence immunomodulation during ISAV-Infected Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar). Scientific Report, 6:22698.
  10. Buchan, S., Quiñones, R. 2016. First insights into the oceanographic characterists of a blue whale feeding ground in northern Patagonia. Marine Ecology Progress Series,554, 183-199.
  11. Caffera, M., Chávez, C. 2016. The regulatory choice of noncompliance in the lab: effect on quantities, prices, and implications for the design of a cost-effective policy. The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy,16(2): 727-753.
  12. Cárcamo, J., Aguilar, M., Carreño, C., Vera, T., Arias, L., Figueroa, J., Romero, A., Álvarez, M., Yáñez, A. 2016. Consecutive emamectin benzoate and deltamethrin treatments affect the expressions and activities of detoxification enzymes in the rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss). Comp. Biochem. Physiol., Part C: Toxicol. Pharmacol,191, 129-137.
  13. Carrera, C., Valenzuela, V., Valdés, A., Molina, A., Gallardo, C. 2016. RNA interference in Haliotis rufescens myostatin evidences upregulation of insulin signaling pathway. Agri Gene, 1: 93-99.
  14. Cid, B., Barriga, J. 2016. Behind certification and regulatory processes: Contributions to a political history of the Chilean salmon farming. Global Environmental Change, 39: 81-090.
  15. Détrée, C., Núñez, G., Roberts, S., Gallardo, C. 2016. Uncovering the complex transcriptome response of Mytilus chilensis against saxitoxin: Implications of Harmful algal Blooms on Mussel populations. PlosONE, 11(10): e016523.
  16. Detree, C., Núñez, G., Tapia, F., Gallardo, C. 2016. Long non-coding RNAs are associated with spatiotemporal gene expression profiles in the marine gastropod Tegula atra. Marine Genomics, 33:39-45.
  17. Dresdner, J., Manuel, E. 2016. Biosecurity vs. Profits: A, Multi-Objective Model for the Aquaculture Industry. Journal of the World Aquaculture Society, 47(1), 61-73.
  18. Espinoza, B., Aedo, J., Zuloaga, R., Valenzuela, C., Molina, A., Valdés, J. 2016. Cortisol Induces Reactive Oxygen Species Through a Membrane Glucocorticoid Receptor in Rainbow Trout Myotubes. J. Cell. Biochem., 4, 718-725.
  19. Farlora, R., Valenzuela, V., Chávez, J., Gallardo, C. 2016. Aquaporin family genes exhibit developmentally-regulated and host-dependent transcription patterns in the sea louse Caligus rogercresseyi. Gene, 585(1):119-127.
  20. Figueroa, Y., Dresdner, J. 2016. Are mussel seed collectors responsive to economic incentives? Empirical evidence from the Benthic Resource Management Areas in Chile. Aquaculture Economics and Management, 20(3): 283-311.
  21. Fuentes, M., Quiñones, R. 2016. Carbon utilization profile of the filamentous fungal species Fusarium fujikuroi, Penicillium decumbens and Sarocladium strictum isolated from marine coastal environments. Mycologia, 108 (6): 1069-1081.
  22. Giacaman, J., Neira, S., Arancibia., H. 2016. Community structure and trophic interactions in a coastal Management and Exploitation Area for Benthic Resources in Central Chile. Ocean & Coastal Management,119: 155-163.
  23. Hernández, A., Romero, A., González, R., Dantagnan, P. 2016. The effects of supplemented diets with a phytopharmaceutical preparation from herbal and macroalgal origin on disease resistance in rainbow trout against Piscirickettsia salmonis. Aquaculture, 454: 109-117.
  24. Hurtado, L., Mateos, M., Mattos, G., Liu, S., Haye, P., Paiva, P. 2016. Multiple transisthmian divergences, extensive cryptic diversity, occasional long-distance dispersal and biogeographic patterns in a marine coastal isopod with an Amphi-American distribution. Ecology and Evolution, 6(21): 7794-7808.
  25. Kämpfer, P., Irgang, R., Busse, H., Poblete, M., Kleinhagauer, T., Glaeser, S., Avendaño, R. 2016. Psedoduganella danionis nov. isolated from zebrafish (Danio rerio). Int J Syst Evol Microbiol, 66: 4671-4675.
  26. Levipan, H., Molina, V., Anguita, C., Rain, A., Belmar, L., Fernández, C. 2016. Variaility of nitrifying communities in surface coastal waters of the Eastern South Pacfic (36ºS). Environmental Microbiology Reports, 8(5): 851-864.
  27. Nardocci, G., Simonet, N., Navarro, C., Langst, G., Álvarez, M. 2016. Differential enrichment of TTF-I and Tip5 in the T-like promoter structures of the rDNA contribute to the epigenetic response of Cyprinus carpio during environmental adaptation. Biochem. Cell. Biol., 94(4): 315-321.
  28. Núñez, G., Boltaña, S., Gallardo, C. 2016. Pesticides drive stochastic chemosensory system expression in a marine ectoparasite. International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 17(6): 700.
  29. Núñez, G., Pino, J., Wadsworth, S., Gallardo, C. 2016. Antimicrobial peptides from Salmon salar skin induce frontal filament development and olfactory/cuticle-related genes in the sea louse Caligus rogercresseyi. Aquaculture, 464: 171-177.
  30. Oliver, C., Valdivia, S., Valenzuela, K., Haro, R., Sanchez, P., Olavarría, V., Valenzuela, P., Avendaño, R., Romero, A., Cárcamo, J., Figueroa, J., Yáñez, A. 2016. Characterization and pathogenic role of outer membrane vesicles produced by the fish pathogen Piscirickettsia salmonis under in vitro conditions. Vet. Microbiol., 184: 94-101.
  31. Ortega, C., Mancera, G., Enríquez, R., Vargas, A., Martínez, S., Fajardo, R., Avendaño, R., Navarrete, M., Romero, A. 2016. First identification of Francisella noatunensis orientalis causing mortality in Mexican tilapia Oreochromis spp. Dis. Aquat. Organ., 120(3): 205-215.
  32. Pappalardo, P., Pitombo, F., Haye, P., Wares, J. 2016. A rose by any other name: systematics and diversity in the Chilean giant barnacle Austromegabalanus psittacus (Molina, 1782). Journal of Crustacean Biology, 36:180-188.
  33. Parada, C., Fruster, S., Bustamante, R., Di Lorenzo, E., Bernal, P., Cryer, M., Dunn, A., Garreaud, R., Gutiérrez, M., Jennings, S., Montecinos, A., Neira, S., Quiñones, R., Takahashi, K., Tascheri, R., Yannicelli, B. 2016. South Pacific Integrated Ecosystem Studies meeting: towardconservation and sustainable use of marine resources in the South Pacific. Fisheries Oceanography, 25: 1-4.
  34. Peña, B., Isla, A., Haussmann, D., Figueroa, J. 2016. Immunostimulatory effect of salmon prolactin on expression of Toll-like receptors in Oncorhynchus mykiss infected with Piscirickettsia salmonis. Fish Physiol. Biochem., 42 (2): 509-516.
  35. Pereira, D., Gonçalves, A., Ulloa, V., Martínez, R., Carrasco, H., Olea, A., Espinoza. , Gallardo, C., Astuya, A. 2016. In vitro effects of Drimys winteri bark extract and the active compound polygodial on the expression of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) immune genes after exposure to Saprolegnia parasitica. Fish and Shellfish immunology, 59: 103-108.
  36. Pontigo, J., Agüero, M., Sanchez, R., Oyarzún, C., Vargas, J., Mancilla, H., Kossmann, F., Morera, A., Yáñez, Y., Vargas, L. 2016. Identification and expressional analysis of NLRC5 inflammasome gene in smolting Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar). Fish & Shellfish Immunology, 58: 259-265.
  37. Quezada, F., Dresdner, J. 2016. What Can we Learn from a Sanitary Crisis? The ISA Virus and Market Prices. Aquaculture Economics and Management, 21(2): 211-240.
  38. Ruiz, P., Balado, M., Toranzo, A.E., Poblete-Morales, M., Lemos, M.L., Avendaño-Herrera, R. 2016. Iron assimilation and siderophore production by Vibrio ordalii strains isolated from diseased Atlantic salmon Salmo salar in Chile. Dis. Aquat. Organ., 118(3): 217-26.
  39. Ruiz, P., Poblete, M., Irgang, R., Toranzo, A., Avendaño, R. 2016. Survival behaviour and virulence of the fish pathogen Vibrio ordalii in seawater microcosm. Dis. Aquat. Organ., 120(1): 27-38.
  40. Saavedra, L., Quiñones, R., González, R. 2016. Aerobic and anaerobic enzyme activity in the hake Merluccius gayi gayi related to the Oxygen Minimun Zone off central-southern Chile. Revista de Biología Marina y Oceanografía, 51(3): 581-590.
  41. Salazar, C., Haussmann, D., Kausel, G., Figueroa, J. 2016. Molecular cloning of Salmo salar Toll-like receptors (TLR1, TLR22, TLR5M and TLR5S) and expression analysis in SHK-1 cells during Piscirickettsia salmonis Journal of Fish Diseases, 39: 239−248.
  42. Salazar, S., Oliver, C., Yáñez, A., Avendaño, R. 2016. Comparative analysis of innate immune responses to Streptococcus phocae strains in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) and rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss). Fish & Shellfish Immunology, 51: 97-103.
  43. Saldías, G., Largier, J., Mendes, R., Pérez, I., Vargas, C., Sobarzo, M. 2016. Satellite-measured interanual variability of turbid river plumes off central-southern Chile: Spatial patterns and the influence of climate variability. Progress in Oceanograph., 146: 212-222.
  44. Sandoval, R., Oliver, C., Valdivia, S., Valenzuela, K., Haro, R., Sanchez, P., Olavarría, V., Valenzuela, P., Avendaño, R., Romero, A., Cárcamo, J., Figueroa, J., Yáñez, A. 2016. Resistance-nodulation-division efflux pump acrAB is modulated by florfenicol and contributes to drug resistance in the fish pathogen Piscirickettsia salmonis. FEMS Microbiol. Lett., 363(11): pii: fnw102.
  45. Sobarzo, M., Saldías, G., Tapia, F., Bravo, L., Moffat, C., Largier, J. 2016. On subsurface cooling associated with the Biobio River Canyon (Chile). J. of Geophysical Research – Oceans, 121, 4568-4584.
  46. Soto, L., Lagos, F., Isla, A., Haussmann, D., Figueroa, J. 2016. Immunostimulatory effects of prolactin on TLR1 and TLR5 membrane in SHK-1 cells infected with Piscirickettsia salmonis. Diseases of aquatic organisms, 118(3): 237- 245.
  47. Ulloa, P., Solís, C., De la Paz, J., Alaurent, T., Caruffo, M., Hernández, A., Dantagnan, P., Feijóo, C. 2016. Lactoferrin Decreases the Intestinal Inflammation Triggered by a Soybean Meal-Based Diet in Zebrafish. J. Immunol. Res., 2016: 1639720.
  48. Valenzuela, D., Gallardo, C. 2016. Caligus rogercresseyi serine proteases: Transcriptomic analysis in response to delousing drugs treatments. Aquaculture, 465: 67-77.
  49. Valenzuela, D., Gallardo, C. 2016. Novel insights into the response of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) to Piscirickettsia salmonis: Interplay of coding genes and lncRNAs during bacterial infection. Fish and Shellfish Immunology, 59:427-438.
  50. Valenzuela, V, Boltaña S, Gallardo, C. 2016. Comparative immunity of Salmo salar and Oncorhynchus kisutch during infestation with the sea louse Caligus rogercresseyi: An enrichment transcriptome analysis. Fish & Shellfish Immunology,9, 276-287.
  51. Valenzuela, V., Boltaña, S., Gallardo, C. 2016. Uncovering iron regulation with species-specific transcriptome patterns in Atlantic and coho salmon during the Caligus rogercresseyi Journal of Fish Disease, 49(2): 1169-1184.
  52. Valenzuela, V., Gallardo, C. 2016. Iron metabolism modulation in Atlantic salmon infested with the sea lice Lepeophtheirus salmonis and Caligus rogercresseyi: a matter of nutritional immunity?. Fish and Shellfish Immunology, 60:97-102.
  53. Valenzuela, V., Gallardo, C. 2016. Transcriptome mining: multigene panel to test delousing drug response in the sea louse Caligus rogercresseyi. Marine Genomics, 25: 103-13.
  54. Veas, R., Hernández, E., Martínez, C., Lercari, D., Quiñones, R. 2016. Spatial-temporal changes of the morphodynamic beach state before and after the 2010 mega-earthquake and tsunami along south-central Chile. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research, 51: 237-253.
  55. Vergara, O., Echevin, V., Sepúlveda, H., Colas, F., Quiñones, R. 2016. Modelling the seasonal dynamics of the Perú-Chile Undercurrent off Central Chile (30- 40°S). Continental Shelf Research, 121: 61-79.
  56. Vorphal, M., Gallardo, C., Valenzuela, V., Dagnino, J., Aleikar, J., Martínez, J., Bunster, M. 2016. De novo transcriptome analysis of the red seaweed Gracilaria chilensis and identification of linkers associated with phycobilisomes. Marine Genomics, 31:17-19.

Publicaciones no ISI

  1. Bethle, J., Irgang, R., Poblete, M., Yáñez, A., Avendaño, R. 2016. Use of antibiotics and vaccines against BKD: background and projections. Salmonexpert, 40: 42-45.
  2. Castro, L., Lagos, F., Cartes, C., Isla, A., Haussmann, D., Figueroa, J. 2016. Effect of SNPs on the Antibiotic Resistance of Chilean Straits of Piscirickettsia salmonis. Versión Diferente, 26: 28-30.
  3. Cid, B., Barriga, J. 2016. Governance and invisibilities: Interests and rationalities in the co-environmental regulation of the salmon production in Chile. Ambiente y Sociedade, 20(2): 105-120.
  4. Leischner, C., González, R., Pérez, T., Vargas, A., Enríquez, R., Figueroa, J., Kausel, G., Romero, A. 2016. Density of culture and disease in fishes. Versión Diferente, 25: 20-21.
  5. Molina, M., Valdés, J. 2016. Non-genomics mechanisms mediated by cortisol in the adaptive response to stress in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss). Salmonexpert, 39: 33-37.
  6. Oliver, C., Valenzuela, K., Hernández, M., Avendaño, R., Yáñez, J. 2016. Characterization of the outer membrane vesicles (OMVs) of Piscirickettsia salmonis and analysis of its citotoxicity. Salmonexpert, 38: 51-56.
  7. Sandoval, C., Infante, J., Abad, J., Ferguson, H., Paredes, E., Valdebenito, S., Yáñez, A., Ilardi, P., Avendaño, R. 2016. Strawberry Disease in Farmed Chilean Rainbow Trout. J Aquat Anim Health, 26 (11): 1-10.
  8. Sobarzo, M. 2016. Where does the current go? A contribution to the dialogue between oceanography, aquaculture and coastal communities. Revista Salmonexpert, 43: 62-68.
  9. Sobarzo, M., Tapia, F., Saldías, G. 2016. Advances on the oceanographic knowledge of the Gulf of Arauco. Revista Versión Diferente, 24: 79-81.