Genetics, Viral quasispecies, Virus, RNA and Virology are her primary areas of study. Her Genetics research is mostly focused on the topic RNA virus. As a member of one scientific family, Cristina Escarmís mostly works in the field of RNA virus, focusing on Muller's ratchet and, on occasion, Nucleic acid sequence.
Her Viral quasispecies research incorporates elements of Mutation and Mutation rate. Her research investigates the connection with Virus and areas like Viral evolution which intersect with concerns in Adaptation, Negative selection, Viral entry, Genetic variation and Host. Her research related to RNA-dependent RNA polymerase and Picornavirus might be considered part of RNA.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Genetics, Virus, Virology, Viral quasispecies and RNA. Genome, RNA virus, Mutation, Nucleic acid sequence and Serial passage are the subjects of her Genetics studies. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Picornavirus and Mutant.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Polyadenylate, Cell culture and Muller's ratchet in addition to Virology. Her Viral quasispecies research includes elements of Viral evolution, Molecular evolution, Viral entry, Mutation rate and Mutagenesis. Her RNA research integrates issues from Replicon and Polymerase.
Cristina Escarmís spends much of her time researching Genetics, Virology, Virus, RNA and Viral quasispecies. Her works in Genome, Mutation, Nucleic acid sequence and Viral evolution are all subjects of inquiry into Genetics. Her research in the fields of Foot-and-mouth disease virus overlaps with other disciplines such as Library science and Network of excellence.
As part of the same scientific family, Cristina Escarmís usually focuses on Virus, concentrating on Mutant and intersecting with Molecular biology and Viral entry. Her RNA research includes themes of Polymerase and Viral replication. Her studies in Viral quasispecies integrate themes in fields like Mutagenesis, Population size, Mutation rate and Aphthovirus.
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Basic concepts in RNA virus evolution.
Esteban Domingo;Cristina Escarmís;Noemi Sevilla;Andres Moya.
The FASEB Journal (1996)
Evolution of foot-and-mouth disease virus.
Esteban Domingo;Cristina Escarmı́s;Eric Baranowski;Carmen M Ruiz-Jarabo.
Virus Research (2003)
Foot-and-mouth disease virus.
Esteban Domingo;Eric Baranowski;Cristina Escarmı́s;Francisco Sobrino.
Comparative Immunology Microbiology and Infectious Diseases (2002)
Quasispecies structure and persistence of RNA viruses
Esteban Domingo;Eric Baranowski;Carmen M. Ruiz-Jarabo;Ana M. Martín-Hernández.
Emerging Infectious Diseases (1998)
Genetic lesions associated with Muller's ratchet in an RNA virus.
Cristina Escarmı́s;Mercedes Dávila;Mercedes Dávila;Nathalie Charpentier;Nathalie Charpentier;Alma Bracho;Alma Bracho.
Journal of Molecular Biology (1996)
Structure of foot-and-mouth disease virus RNA-dependent RNA polymerase and its complex with a template-primer RNA.
Cristina Ferrer-Orta;Armando Arias;Rosa Perez-Luque;Cristina Escarmís.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (2004)
A comparison of viral RNA-dependent RNA polymerases
Cristina Ferrer-Orta;Armando Arias;Cristina Escarmís;Nuria Verdaguer.
Current Opinion in Structural Biology (2006)
Memory in Viral Quasispecies
Carmen M. Ruiz-Jarabo;Armando Arias;Eric Baranowski;Cristina Escarmís.
Journal of Virology (2000)
Multiple molecular pathways for fitness recovery of an RNA virus debilitated by operation of Muller's ratchet.
Cristina Escarmı́s;Mercedes Dávila;Esteban Domingo.
Journal of Molecular Biology (1999)
Lack of evolutionary stasis during alternating replication of an arbovirus in insect and mammalian cells.
Isabel S Novella;Christine L Hershey;Cristina Escarmis;Esteban Domingo.
Journal of Molecular Biology (1999)
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