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Xulio Manuel Maside Rodríguez

CIMUS P2D2
Tel.: 34-881-815412
Fax: 34-881-815403
Avda. Barcelona, s/n

Docencia

Aspectos Éticos Legais da Profesión [G2021321]
Dereito e Bioética [P2051102]
Bioética e lexislación [P2062203]
Xenómica e enfermidades xenéticas [P2062209]

Investigación

Coordeno o Grupo de Xenómica Comparada e Evolución Molecular, integrado no Grupo de Medicina Xenómica da USC e no Instituto de Investigación Sanitaria de Santiago (IDIS).A nosa área de investigación é a xenética evolutiva e aplicamos as ferramentas da xenética clásica, da xenética de poboacións e das novas tecnoloxías de secuenciación para estudar a diversidade biolóxica. O noso traballo céntrase no estudo das forzas evolutivas que determinan o tamaño, estrutura e composición dos xenomas, con especial atención nos elementos móbeis. Nos últimos anos fixamos a nosa atención nos xenomas de protozoos, como os dos xéneros Cryptosporidium e Giardia, que parasitan humanos e outros mamíferos, e tamén en Nosema ceranae un microsporidio que infecta as abellas melíferas (Apis mellifera) e que foi implicado como responsável do fenómeno de despoboamento das colonias. Os nosos intereses específicos son a descrición das propiedades xenéticas das poboacións destes organismos, o coñecemento de aspectos básicos dos seus ciclos biolóxicos (e.g. existencia de fases de reprodución sexual, recombinación meiótica, hibridación), o desenvolvemento de ferramentas de alto rendemento para o diagnóstico, e a aplicación destas técnicas na epidemioloxía na Área Sanitaria de Santiago de Compostela.

Integrantes do grupo

Carolina Bartolomé Husson (PhD; Universidade de Santiago de Compostela)
José Llovo Taboada (MD, PhD,Servizo de Microbioloxia, CHUS - SERGAS)
Tiago Torres Méndez (Servizo de Microbioloxia, CHUS - SERGAS)
José Luís Abal Fabeiro (PhD)
Tamara Gómez Moracho (PhD)
Luís B. Gabín García (Estudante de Doutoramento)
Xabier Bello Paderne (Estudante de Doutoramento)
Rosa Mª Valiñas Carvajal (Grao en Bioloxía)

Colaboracións científicas

Mariano Higes Pascual e Raquel Martín Hernández (Lab. de Patología Apícola, CIAPA, Guadalajara)
Paulino Martínez Portela e Laura Sánchez (Univ. de Santiago de Compostela)
Horacio Naveira (Univ. de A Coruña)
Teresa Palomeque (Univ. de Jaén)
Roberto Bao Casal (Univ. de A Coruña)
Pilar de la Rúa (Univ. de Murcia)
Brian Charlesworth (U. Edinburgh)
Peter Keightley (U. Edinburgh)

 

CV 

1985-1990 Licenciado en Bioloxía na Universidade de Santiago de Compostela
1990-1997 Doutor en Bioloxía pola Universidade de A Coruña
1998-2000 TMR - Marie Curie Postdoctoral Research Fellow. ICAPB, U. of Edinburgh, RU
2000-2003  BBSRC Research Fellow. ICAPB, U. of Edinburgh, RU
2003-2004 Welcome Trust Research Fellow. ICAPB, U. of Edinburgh, RU
2004-2009 Investigador Ramón y Cajal. Universidade de Santiago de Compostela
2009- Profesor Contratado Doutor. Universidade de Santiago de Compostela 

   

Escolma de Artigos

  • Figueras, A., D. Robledo, A. Corvelo, M. Hermida, P. Pereiro, J. A. Rubiolo, J. Gómez-Garrido, L. Carreté, X. Bello, M. Gut, I. G. Gut, M. Marcet-Houben, G. Forn-Cuní, B. Galán, J. L. García, J. L. Abal-Fabeiro, B. G. Pardo, X. Taboada, C. Fernández, A. Vlasova, A. Hermoso-Pulido, R. Guigó, J. A. Álvarez-Dios, A. Gómez-Tato, A. Viñas, X. Maside, T. Gabaldón, B. Novoa, C. Bouza, T. Alioto and P. Martínez. Whole Genome Sequencing of Turbot (Scophthalmus maximus; Pleuronectiformes): A Fish Adapted to Demersal Life. DNA Research, 2016.

  • Maside, X., T. Gomez-Moracho, L. Jara, R. Martin-Hernandez, P. De la Rua, M. Higes and C. Bartolome, 2015 Population Genetics of Nosema apis and Nosema ceranae: One Host (Apis mellifera) and Two Different Histories. PLoS One 10: e0145609.
  • Abal-Fabeiro, J. L., X. Maside, J. Llovo and C. Bartolome, 2015 Aetiology and epidemiology of human cryptosporidiosis cases in Galicia (NW Spain), 2000-2008. Epidemiol Infect 143: 3022-3035.
  • Palomeque, T., O. Sanllorente, X. Maside, J. Vela, P. Mora, M. I. Torres, G. Periquet and P. Lorite, 2015 Evolutionary history of the Azteca-like mariner transposons and their host ants. Naturwissenschaften 102: 44.
  • Gómez-Moracho, T., C. Bartolomé, X. Bello, R. Martín-Hernández, M. Higes and X. Maside, 2015 Recent worldwide expansion of Nosema ceranae (Microsporidia) in Apis mellifera populations inferred from multilocus patterns of genetic variation. Infection, Genetics and Evolution 31: 87-94.
  • Vera, M., X. Bello, J.-A. Álvarez-Dios, B. G. Pardo, L. Sánchez, J. Carlsson, J. E. L. Carlsson, C. Bartolomé, X. Maside and P. Martinez, 2015 Screening of repetitive motifs inside the genome of the flat oyster (Ostrea edulis): Transposable elements and short tandem repeats. Marine Genomics: 24 Pt 3.
  • Cepero, A., R. Martin-Hernandez, L. Prieto, T. Gomez-Moracho, A. Martinez-Salvador, C. Bartolome, X. Maside, A. Meana and M. Higes, 2015 Is Acarapis woodi a single species? A new PCR protocol to evaluate its prevalence. Parasitol Res 114: 651-658.
  • Abal-Fabeiro, J. L., X. Maside, J. Llovo, X. Bello, M. Torres, M. Trevino, L. Moldes, A. Munoz, A. Carracedo and C. Bartolome, 2014 High-throughput genotyping assay for the large-scale genetic characterization of Cryptosporidium parasites from human and bovine samples. Parasitology 141: 491-500.
  • Van der Zee, R., T. Gomez-Moracho, L. Pisa, S. Sagastume, P. Garcia-Palencia, X. Maside, C. Bartolome, R. Martin-Hernandez and M. Higes, 2014 Virulence and polar tube protein genetic diversity of Nosema ceranae (Microsporidia) field isolates from Northern and Southern Europe in honeybees (Apis mellifera iberiensis). Environ Microbiol Rep 6: 401-413.
  • Naveira, H., X. Bello, J. L. Abal-Fabeiro and X. Maside, 2014 Evidence for the persistence of an active endogenous retrovirus (ERVE) in humans. Genetica 142: 451-460.
  • Cepero, A., J. Ravoet, T. Gomez-Moracho, J. L. Bernal, M. J. Del Nozal, C. Bartolome, X. Maside, A. Meana, A. V. Gonzalez-Porto, D. C. de Graaf, R. Martin-Hernandez and M. Higes, 2014 Holistic screening of collapsing honey bee colonies in Spain: a case study. BMC Res Notes 7: 649.
  • Abal-Fabeiro, J. L., X. Maside, J. Llovo, X. Bello, M. Torres, M. Trevino, L. Moldes, A. Munoz, A. Carracedo and C. Bartolome, 2014 High-throughput genotyping assay for the large-scale genetic characterization of Cryptosporidium parasites from human and bovine samples. Parasitology 141: 491-500
  • Gómez-Moracho, T., C. Bartolomé, R. Martín-Hernández, M. Higes and X. Maside, 2014 Evidence for weak genetic recombination at the PTP2 locus of Nosema ceranae Environmental Microbiology 10.1111/1462-2920.12574.
  • Gomez-Moracho, T., X. Maside, R. Martin-Hernandez, M. Higes and C. Bartolome, 2014 High levels of genetic diversity in Nosema ceranae within Apis mellifera colonies. Parasitology 141: 475-481.
  • Marzo, M., X. Bello, M. Puig, X. Maside and A. Ruiz, 2013 Striking structural dynamism and nucleotide sequence variation of the transposon Galileo in the genome of Drosophila mojavensis. Mobile DNA 4: 6.
  • Abal-Fabeiro, J. L., X. Maside, X. Bello, J. Llovo and C. Bartolomé, 2013 Multilocus patterns of genetic variation across Cryptosporidium species suggest balancing selection at the gp60 locus. Molecular Ecology 22: 4723-4732.
  • Lorite, P., X. Maside, O. Sanllorente, M. I. Torres, G. Periquet and T. Palomeque, 2012 The ant genomes have been invaded by several types of mariner transposable elements. Naturwissenschaften 99: 1007-1020.
  • Bartolomé, C., X. Maside, K. Camphuysen, M. Heubeck and R. Bao, 2011 Multilocus population analysis of Gavia immer (Aves: Gaviidae) mtDNA reveals low genetic diversity and lack of differentiation across the species breeding range. Organisms Diversity & Evolution: 307-316.
  • Bartolomé, C., X. Bello and X. Maside, 2009 Widespread evidence for horizontal transfer of transposable elements across Drosophila genomes. Genome Biology 10: R22.
  • Bachtrog, D., E. Hom, K. M. Wong, X. Maside and P. de Jong, 2008 Genomic degradation of a young Y chromosome in Drosophila miranda. Genome Biol. 9: R30.
  • Haag-Liautard, C., M. Dorris, X. Maside, S. Macaskill, D. L. Halligan, D. Houle, B. Charlesworth and P. D. Keightley, 2007 Direct estimation of per nucleotide and genomic deleterious mutation rates in Drosophila. Nature 445: 82-85.
  • Maside, X., and B. Charlesworth, 2007 Patterns of molecular variation and evolution in Drosophila americana and its relatives. Genetics 176: 2293-2305.
  • Carpenter, J. A., D. J. Obbard, X. Maside and F. M. Jiggins, 2007 The recent spread of a vertically transmitted virus through populations of Drosophila melanogaster. Mol Ecol 16: 3947-3954.
  • Bartolomé, C., X. Maside, S. Yi, A. L. Grant and B. Charlesworth, 2005 Patterns of selection on synonymous and nonsynonymous variants in Drosophila miranda. Genetics 169: 1495-1507.
  • Maside, X., S. Assimacopoulos and B. Charlesworth, 2005 Fixation of transposable elements in the Drosophila melanogaster genome. Genetical Research 85: 195-203.
  • Sánchez-Gracia, A., X. Maside and B. Charlesworth, 2005 High rate of horizontal transfer of transposable elements in Drosophila. Trends in Genetics 21: 200-203.
  • Bartolomé, C., and X. Maside, 2004 The lack of recombination drives the fixation of transposable elements on the fourth chromosome of Drosophila melanogaster. Genetical Research 83: 91-100.
  • Maside, X., A. W. Lee and B. Charlesworth, 2004 Selection on codon usage in Drosophila americana. Current Biology 14: 150-154.
  • Maside, X., C. Bartolomé and B. Charlesworth, 2003 Inferences on the evolutionary history of the S-element family of Drosophila melanogaster. Mol Biol Evol 20: 1183-1187.
  • Bartolomé, C., X. Maside and B. Charlesworth, 2002 On the abundance and distribution of transposable elements in the genome of Drosophila melanogaster. Mol Biol Evol 19: 926-937.
  • Maside, X., C. Bartolomé and B. Charlesworth, 2002 S-element insertions are associated with the evolution of the Hsp70 genes in Drosophila melanogaster. Current Biology 12: 1686-1691.
  • Maside, X., C. Bartolomé, S. Assimacopoulos and B. Charlesworth, 2001 Rates of movement and distribution of transposable elements in Drosophila melanogaster: In situ hybridization vs Southern blotting data. Genetical Research 78: 121-136.
  • Maside, X., S. Assimacopoulos and B. Charlesworth, 2000 Rates of movement of transposable elements on the second chromosome of Drosophila melanogaster. Genet Res 75: 275-284.
  • Maside, X. R., J. P. Barral and H. F. Naveira, 1998 Hidden effects of X chromosome introgressions on spermatogenesis in Drosophila simulans x D. mauritiana hybrids unveiled by interactions among minor genetic factors. Genetics 150: 745-754.
  • Maside, X. R., and H. F. Naveira, 1996 On the difficulties of discriminating between major and minor hybrid male sterility factors in Drosophila by examining the segregation ratio of sterile and fertile sons in backcrossing experiments. Heredity 77: 433-438.
  • Maside, X. R., and H. F. Naveira, 1996 A polygenic basis of hybrid sterility may give rise to spurious localizations of major sterility factors. Heredity 77: 488-492.
  • Naveira, H. F., and X. Maside, 1998 The genetics of hybrid male sterility in Drosophila, pp. 330-338 in Endless forms: species and speciation, edited by D. J. Howard and S. H. Berlocher. Oxford Universtiy Press, New York.