Regulation of DELLA proteins by post-translational modifications

Blanco-Touriñán N, Serrano-Mislata A, Alabadí D.

Plant Cell Physiol (2020) doi: 10.1093/pcp/pcaa113.


The pillars of land plants: new insights into stem development.

Serrano-Mislata A, Sablowski R.

Curr. Opin. Plant Biol. (2018) 45, 11-17.


DELLA genes restrict inflorescence meristem function independently of plant height.

Serrano-Mislata A, Bencivenga S, Bush M, Schiessl K, Boden S, Sablowski R.

Nat. Plants (2017) 3, 749-754.


Control of Oriented Tissue Growth through Repression of Organ Boundary Genes Promotes Stem Morphogenesis.

Bencivenga S, Serrano-Mislata A, Bush M, Fox S, Sablowski R.

Dev. Cell (2017) 39, 198-208.


Separate elements of the TERMINAL FLOWER 1 cis-regulatory region integrate pathways to control flowering time and shoot meristem identity.

Serrano-Mislata A, Fernández-Nohales P, Doménech MJ, Hanzawa Y, Bradley D, Madueño F.

Development (2016) 143, 3315-3327.


Active Control of Cell Size Generates Spatial Detail during Plant Organogenesis.

Serrano-Mislata A, Schiessl K, Sablowski R.

Curr. Biol. (2015) 25, 2991-2996.

Antonio Serrano-Mislata

Overcoming the resistance of a troop of molecular biologists, I am incorporating to the group novel cellular biology and imaging techniques. Plant development has always amazed me and, in this context, I am currently investigating how to separate DELLA roles in growth and defence.


- 2017 to present / Marie Curie Fellow / IBMCP, Valencia, Spain.

- 2012 to 2016 / Postdoc at the Sablowski Lab / JIC, Norwich, UK.

- 2010 to 2012 / Postdoc at the Madueño Lab / IBMCP, Valencia, Spain.

- 2001 to 2010 / PhD candidate at the Madueño Lab / IBMCP, Valencia, Spain.

- 1999 to 2001 / Biochemistry Degree / Universitat de València, Spain

- 1994 to 1999 / Biology Degree / Universitat de València, Spain

Hormone signaling and plasticity

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antserra@ibmcp.upv.es

Tel: +34 963 878 659

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