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Esta é a página do laboratório do Dr. Carlos Hotta, do Departamento de Bioquímica, Instituto de Química, Universidade de São Paulo.

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Quando criança, eu sonhava estudar dinossauros. Hoje em dia tenho outros sonhos mas ainda tenho brontossauros no meu jardim. Por Carlos Hotta.

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Publicações

Ritmos Circadianos em plantas

  1. Hotta CT, Nishiyama MY Jr, Souza GM (2013) Circadian rhythms of sense and antisense transcription in sugarcane, a highly polyploid crop. PLoS One 8(8):e71847. [link] [pdf]
  2. Dalchau N, Hubbard KE, Robertson FC, Hotta CT, Briggs HM, Stan GB, Gonçalves JM, Webb AA. (2010) Correct biological timing in Arabidopsis requires multiple light-signaling pathways. PNAS 107(29):13171-6. [link] [pdf]
  3. Dodd AN, Gardner MJ, Hotta CT, Hubbard KE, Dalchau N, Robertson FC, Love J, Sanders D, Webb AA. (2009) Response to Comment on “The Arabidopsis Circadian Clock Incorporates a cADPR-Based Feedback Loop”. Science 326, 230-1. [link] [pdf]
  4. Hotta CT, Xu X, Xie Q, Dodd AN, Johnson CH, Webb AA. (2008) Are there multiple circadian clocks in plants? Plant Signal Behav. 3, 342-4. [link] [pdf]
  5. Dodd AN, Gardner MJ, Hotta CT, Hubbard KE, Dalchau N, Love J, Assie JM, Robertson FC, Jakobsen MK, Gonçalves J, Sanders D, Webb AA. (2007) The Arabidopsis circadian clock incorporates a cADPR-based feedback loop. Science 318, 1789-92. [link] [pdf]
  6. Xu X, Hotta CT, Dodd AN, Love J, Sharrock R, Lee YW, Xie Q, Johnson CH, Webb AA. (2007) Distinct light and clock modulation of cytosolic free Ca2+ oscillations and rhythmic CHLOROPHYLL A/B BINDING PROTEIN2 promoter activity in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell. 19, 3474-90. [link] [pdf]
  7. Hotta CT, Gardner MJ, Hubbard KE, Baek SJ, Dalchau N, Suhita D, Dodd AN, Webb AA. (2007) Modulation of environmental responses of plants by circadian clocks. Plant Cell Environ. 30, 333-49.[link] [pdf
  8. Gardner MJ, Hubbard KE, Hotta CT, Dodd AN, Webb AA. (2006) How plants tell the time. Biochem J. 397,15-24. [link] [pdf]

 

 Biologia da cana-de-açúcar

  1. Ferreira SS, Hotta CT, Poelking VG, Leite DC, Buckeridge MS, Loureiro ME, Barbosa MH, Carneiro MS, Souza GM (2016) Co-expression network analysis reveals transcription factors associated to cell wall biosynthesis in sugarcane. Plant Mol Biol 91(1-2):15-35. [link][pdf]
  2. De Setta N, Monteiro-Vitorello CB, Metcalfe CJ, Cruz GM, Del Bem LE, Vicentini R, Nogueira FT, Campos RA, Nunes SL, Turrini PC, Vieira AP, Ochoa Cruz EA, Corrêa TC, Hotta CT, de Mello Varani A, Vautrin S, da Trindade AS, de Mendonça Vilela M, Lembke CG, Sato PM, de Andrade RF, Nishiyama MY Jr, Cardoso-Silva CB, Scortecci KC, Garcia AA, Carneiro MS, Kim C, Paterson AH, Bergès H, D Hont A, de Souza AP, Souza GM, Vincentz M, Kitajima JP, Van Sluys MA (2014) Building the sugarcane genome for biotechnology and identifying evolutionary trends. BMC Genomics 15(1):540. [link]
  3. Lembke CG , Nishiyama  MY Jr, Ferreira SS, Dal-Bianco ML, Sato PM, Hotta CT, Carneiro M, Loureiro M, Carrer H, Endres L, Hoffmann H, Sanches M, Menossi M, Souza GM (2013) Sugarcane genome sequencing and gene discovery: Getting closer to sugar content, fibre and drought traits. Int Sugar J 115, 710-715. [link]
  4.  Nishiyama MY Jr, Vicente FFR, Lembke CG, Sato PM, Dal-Bianco M, Fandiño RA, Hotta CT, Souza GM (2012) The SUCEST-FUN regulatory network database: Designing an energy grass. Int Sugar J 114, 921. [link]
  5. Dal-Bianco M, Carneiro MS, Hotta CT, Chapola RG, Hoffman HP, Garcia AA, Souza GM (2012) Sugarcane improvement: how far can we go? Curr Opin Biotechnol. 23(2) 265-270  [link] [pdf]
  6. Hotta CT, Lembke CG, Domingues DS, Ochoa EA, Cruz GMQ, Melotto-Passarin DM, Marconi TG, Santos MO, Mollinari M, Margarido GRA, Crivellari AC, Santos WD, Souza AP, Hoshino, AA, Carrer H, Souza AP, Garcia AAF, Buckeridge MS, Menossi M, Sluys MA, Souza GM (2010) The Biotechnology Roadmap for Sugarcane Improvement. Trop Plant Biol. 3, 75-87. [link] [pdf]

 

 Sinalização celular

  1. Abdul-Awal SM, Hotta CT, Dodd AN, Davey MP, Smith AG, Webb AA. (2016) NO-mediated [Ca2+]cyt increases depend on ADP-ribosyl cyclase activity in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiol. 171(1), 623-31. [link][pdf]
  2. Bagnaresi P, Markus RP, Hotta CT, Pozzan T, Garcia CR. (2008) Desynchronizing Plasmodium Cell Cycle Increases Chloroquine Protection at Suboptimal Doses. Open Parasitol J. 2, 55-58. [link] [pdf]
  3. Hotta CT, Markus RP, Garcia CR. Melatonin and N-acetyl-serotonin cross the red blood cell membrane and evoke calcium mobilization in malarial parasites (2003) Braz J Med Biol Res. 36, 1583-7. [link] [pdf]
  4. Hotta CT, Gazarini ML, Beraldo FH, Varotti FP, Lopes C, Markus RP, Pozzan T, Garcia CR. (2000) Calcium-dependent modulation by melatonin of the circadian rhythm in malarial parasites. Nat Cell Biol. 2, 466-8. [link] [pdf]