Barros Diana

Diana Barros

dianabarros@bio.uminho.pt

People Detail

Phd Program : Doctoral Program in Molecular and Environmental Biology

Research Area : Ecosystems and Global Change

Position : Integrated members

Qualifications

PhD in Molecular and Environmental Biology (2019, UM - Portugal); Master in Molecular Genetics (2009, UM - Portugal); Degree in Applied Biology (2007, UM - Portugal)

Supervisor

  • Maria Cláudia Pascoal

Ongoing Projects

STREAMECO

Concluded Projects

AQUAFIRE (2020-2021), EmergeMix (2018-2020); NANOECOTOX (2012-2015)

Publications

Barros D, Pradhan A, Pascoal C, Cássio F. 2021. Transcriptomics reveals the action mechanisms and cellular targets of citrate-coated silver nanoparticles in a ubiquitous aquatic fungus. Environmental Pollution. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envpol.2020.115913

Barros D, Pradhan A, Pascoal C, Cássio F. 2020. Reply to the "Letter to the editor, Proteomic responses to silver nanoparticles vary with the fungal ecotype" by Huang et al. Science of The Total Environment. 748: 142402. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2020.142402

Barros D, Pradhan A, Pascoal C, Cássio F. 2020. Proteomic responses to silver nanoparticles vary with the fungal ecotype. Science of The Total Environment. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2019.135385

Barros D, Pradhan A, Mendes VM, Manadas B, Santos PM, Pascoal C, Cássio F. 2019. Proteomics and antioxidant enzymes reveal different mechanisms of toxicity induced by ionic and nanoparticulate silver in bacteria. Environmental Science: Nano. Advance Article. DOI: 10.1039/C8EN01067F.

Barros D, Oliveira P, Pascoal C and Cássio F. 2016. Ethanol and phenanthrene increase the biomass of fungal assemblages and decrease plant litter decomposition in streams. Science of the Total Environment. 565: 489-495.

Menino JF, Osório NS, Sturme MH, Barros D, Gomes-Alves AG, Almeida AJ, Ludovico P, Costa P, Goldman GH and Rodrigues F. 2012. Morphological heterogeneity of Paracoccidioides brasiliensis: relevance of the Rho-like GTPase PbCDC42. Medical Mycology. 50: 768-774.