Armando Alexei Rodríguez Alfonso

Name: Armando Alexei

Surname: Rodríguez Alfonso


Position: Postdoctoral researcher

Institution: Hannover Medical School

Address: Feodor-Lynen-Str. 31, 30625, Hannover, Germany


Research Projects:

Marine peptides acting on the nervous system

Possible collaboration interests:

Isolation and characterization of biologically active peptides

Publications in the last ten years:

  • WO2016131962 A1 (2016). Polypeptide with activity against diphtheria toxin. Armando Alexei Rodríguez, Ludger Stäandker, Stephan Fischer, Holger Barth, Wolf-Georg Forssmann.
  •  Rodríguez A.A., Salceda E., Garateix A.G., Zaharenko A.J., Peigneur S., López O., Pons T., Richardson M., Díaz M., Hernández Y., Ständker L., Tytgat J., Soto E. A novel sea anemone peptide that inhibits acid-sensing ion channels. Peptides 2014, 53, 3-12.
  •  Alvarez-Collazo J, López-Medina A.I., Rodríguez A.A, Alvarez J.L. Mechanism of the negative inotropic effect of naringin in mouse heart. J Pharm Pharmacogn Res 2014, 2(5), 148-157.
  •    López-Medina A.I, Alvarez-Collazo J, Rodríguez A.A, Morón-Rodríguez F, Cabrera-Suárez H, Alvarez J.L. Direct actions of naringin on rat cardiac and vascular smooth muscle. BLAPMA 2014, 13 (3), 238 – 248.
  • Nápoles García MC, Cabrera JC, Luyten E, Dombrecht B, Vanderleyden J, Hormaza J, and Rodríguez A. Nod factor detection in B. elkanii ICA 8001. Culture medium influence. Cultivos Tropicales. 2014; 35: 92-9.
  •  Santos Y., Martínez M., Sandoval A., Rodríguez A.A., Falcón A., Heimer de la Cotera E.P., Aguilar M.B., Flores P., Felix R., Arreguín R. Arrhythmogenic effect of a crude extract from sea anemone Condylactis gigantea: possible involvement of rErg1 channels. Toxicon 2013, 67C,47-54.
  •  Rodríguez A.A., Standker L., Zaharenko A. J., Garateix A. G., Forssmann W. G., Beress L., Valdes O., Hernandez Y., Laguna A., Combining multidimensional liquid chromatography and MALDI-TOF-MS for the fingerprint analysis of secreted peptides from the unexplored sea anemone species Phymanthus crucifer. Journal of Chromatography. B, Analytical Technologies in the Biomedical and Life Sciences 2012, 903, 30-39.
  •  Rodríguez A.A., Cassoli, J.S., Sa F., Dong Z.Q., de Freitas J.C., Pimenta A.M., de M.E. Lima, Konno K., Lee S.M., Garateix A., Zaharenko A.J., “Peptide fingerprinting of the neurotoxic fractions isolated from the secretions of sea anemones Stichodactyla helianthus and Bunodosoma granulifera. New members of the APETx-like family identified by a 454 pyrosequencing approach. Peptides 2012, 34(1), 26-38.
  •  Acosta-Rivero N, Poutou J, Alvarez-Lajonchere L, Guerra I, Aguilera Y, Musacchio A, Rodríguez A, Aguilar JC, Falcon V, Alvarez-Obregon JC, Soria Y, Torres D, Linares M, Pérez A, Morales-Grillo J, Dueñas-Carrera S. Recombinant in vitro assembled hepatitis C virus core particles induce strong specific immunity enhanced by formulation with an oil-based adjuvant. Biol Res. 2009, 42(1), 41-56.
  •  Regalado EL, Rodríguez M, Menéndez R, Concepción AA, Nogueiras C, Laguna A, Rodríguez AA, Williams DE, Lorenzo-Luaces P, Valdés O, Hernandez Y. Repair of UVB-Damaged Skin by the Antioxidant Sulphated Flavone Glycoside Thalassiolin B Isolated from the Marine Plant Thalassia testudinum Banks ex König. Mar Biotechnol 2009, 11 (1), 74-80.
  •  Martínez-Donato G, Capdesuñer Y, Acosta-Rivero N, Rodríguez A, Morales-Grillo J, Martínez E, González M, Alvarez-Obregon JC, Dueñas-Carrera S. Multimeric HCV E2 protein obtained from Pichia pastoris cells induces a strong immune response in mice. Mol Biotechnol 2007, 35, 225-35.