Purificación Lisón Párraga is an Associate Professor at the Universitat Politècnica de València, and her research has been mainly developed at the Institute of Plant Molecular and Cellular Biology (IBMCP). She studied Agronomic Engineering and she obtained her PhD in Biotechnology in 2003 for her work on the molecular and biochemical characterization of a wound-induced plant proteinase inhibitor. Then, she joined Professor Jonathan Jones’ lab (The Sainsbury Laboratory; Norwich, England), collaborating with Dr. Lionel Navarro in the study of the correlation between gibberellins and the plant defence response. After that stay, she has continued her research at the IBMCP, being currently involved in the identification of metabolites which differentially accumulate upon biotic stress, and the study of its function in the plant defence response.
Since 2001, she has participated in the teaching of different subjects including Plant-Pathogen interaction and Scientific communication (Master's degree in Plant Molecular Biotechnology), Integrated control of pests and diseases (Master's degree in Agricultural Engineering), Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (Biomedical Engineering Degree), Plant Molecular Biology (Agronomic Engineering Degree), Biomolecular Chemistry (Biotechnology Degree) or Principles of Biochemistry (Agronomic Engineering Degree).
Ferrando A, Castellano M, Lisón P, Leister D, Stepanova A and Hanson J. 2017. Editorial: Relevance of Translational Regulation on Plant Growth and Environmental Responses. Frontiers in Plant Science. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2017.02170
López-Gresa MP, Lisón P, Campos L, Rodrigo I, Rambla JL, Granell, A, Conejero V, Bellés JM. A non-targeted metabolomics approach unravels the VOCs associated with the tomato immune response against Pseudomonas syringae. 2017. Frontiers in Plant Science. doi: 10.3389/fpls2017.01188
López-Gresa M. Pilar, Lisón P, Yenush L, Conejero V, Rodrigo I, and Bellés JM. 2016. Salicylic acid is involved in the basal resistance of tomato plants to citrus exocortis viroid and tomato spotted wilt virus. PLoS One. Nov, 28;11(11):e0166938
Hinarejos E, Castellano M, Ismael Rodrigo I, Bellés LM, Conejero V, López-Gresa MP, and Lisón P. Bacillus subtilis IAB/BS03 as a potential biological control agent. European Journal of Plant Pathology. 2016
Campos L, Lisón P, López-Gresa MP, Rodrigo I, Zacarés L, Conejero V, Bellés JM. 2014. Transgenic tomato plants overexpressing tyramine N-hydroxycinnamoyltransferase exhibit elevated hydroxycinnamic acid amide levels and enhanced resistance to Pseudomonas syringae. Mol Plant Microbe Interact. Oct;27(10):1159-69.
Campos L, Granell P, Tárraga S, López-Gresa P, Conejero V, Bellés JM, Rodrigo I, Lisón P. 2014. Salicylic acid and gentisic acid induce RNA silencing-related genes and plant resistance to RNA pathogens. Plant Physiol Biochem. Apr;77:35-43.
Muñoz-Fambuena N, Mesejo C, Reig C, Agustí M, Tárraga S, Lisón P, Iglesias DJ, Primo-Millo E, González-Mas MC. 2013. Proteomic study of 'Moncada' mandarin buds from on- versus off-crop trees. Plant Physiol Biochem. Dec;73:41-55.
Lisón P, Tárraga S, López-Gresa P, Saurí A, Torres C, Campos L, Bellés JM, Conejero V, Rodrigo I. 2013. A noncoding plant pathogen provokes both transcriptional and posttranscriptional alterations in tomato. Proteomics. Mar;13(5):833-44.
López-Gresa MP, Lisón P, Kim HK, Choi YH, Verpoorte R, Rodrigo I, Conejero V, Bellés JM. 2012. Metabolic fingerprinting of Tomato Mosaic Virus infected Solanum lycopersicum. J Plant Physiol. Nov 1;169(16):1586-96.
López-Gresa MP, Torres C, Campos L, Lisón P, Rodrigo I, Bellés JM, Conejero V. 2011. Identification of defence metabolites in tomato plants infected by the bacterial pathogen pseudomonas syringae. Environmental and Experimental Botany. 4325-4328
Tárraga S, Lisón P, López-Gresa MP, Torres C, Rodrigo I, Bellés JM, Conejero V. 2010. Molecular cloning and characterization of a novel tomato xylosyltransferase specific for gentisic acid. J Exp Bot. Oct;61(15):4325-38.
Navarro L, Bari R, Achard P, Lisón P, Nemri A, Harberd NP, Jones JD. 2008. DELLAs control plant immune responses by modulating the balance of jasmonic acid and salicylic acid signaling. Curr Biol. May 6;18(9):650-5.
Lisón P, Rodrigo I, Conejero V. 2006. A novel function for the cathepsin D inhibitor in tomato. Plant Physiol. Nov;142(3):1329-39.