Albert Casanovas
Degree:
 
Doctor in Biology
Albert_Casanovas 
Position:
  Researcher / Post-Doc
Centre:
 
CSIC/UAB Proteomics Facility, IIBB-CSIC
E-mail:
 
 mail_albert
Office / Phone #:
 
M2-002.A / 93 581 4912
Address:
 
 
Medical School, Biochemistry Department, UAB, 08193,
Cerdanyola (Barcelona), Spain. 

Education

Degree University / School Year
 Ph.D. in Biology  University of Barcelona  2009
 Master in Science Communication  Pompeu Fabra University  2004
 B.S. in Biology  University of Barcelona  2002

Publications

- A. Casanovas, N. Parramon, F. de la Cruz, O. Andrés, J. Terencio, M. D. López-Tejero, M. Llobera. Retroperitoneal white adipose tissue lipoprotein lipase activity is rapidly down-regulated in response to acute stress. Journal of Lipid Research 48: 863–868 (2007).

- A. Casanovas, M. Carrascal, J. Abián, M. D. López-Tejero, M. Llobera. Application of proteomic tools to detect the non-specificity of a polyclonal antibody against lipoprotein lipase. Journal of Proteome Research 7: 4173-4177 (2008).

- D. Ricart-Jané*, A. Casanovas*, N. Jané, I. Buira-Morell, J. Ribera, M. Llobera, M. D. López-Tejero. Nitric oxide and the release of lipoprotein lipase from white adipose tissue. Cellular Physiology and Biochemistry 22: 525-530 (2008).

- A. Casanovas, M. Carrascal, J. Abián, M. D. López-Tejero, M. Llobera. Discovery of lipoprotein lipase pI isoforms and contributions to their characterization. Journal of Proteomics 72: 1031-1039 (2009).

- A. Casanovas, M. Carrascal, J. Abián, M. D. López-Tejero, M. Llobera. Lipoprotein lipase is nitrated in vivo after lipopolysaccharide challenge. Free Radical Biology and Medicine 47: 1553-1560 (2009).

- M. Badia-Villanueva, P. Carulla, M. Carrascal, J. Abián, M. Llobera, A. Casanovas, M. D. López-Tejero. Lipoprotein lipase isoelectric point isoforms in humans. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 445: 480-485 (2014).

- K. Tarasov, A. Stefanko, A. Casanovas, M. A. Surma, Z. Berzina, H.-K. Hannibal-Bach, K. Ekroos, C. S. Ejsing. High-content screening of yeast mutant libraries by shotgun lipidomics. Molecular Biosystems 10:1364-1376 (2014).

- A. Casanovas, H.-K. Hannibal-Bach, O. N. Jensen, C. S. Ejsing. Shotgun lipidomic analysis of chemically sulfated sterols compromises analytical sensitivity: Recommendation for large-scale global lipidome analysis. European Journal of Lipid Science and Technology 116: 1618-1620 (2014).

- A. Casanovas, R. R. Sprenger, K. Tarasov, D. E. Ruckerbauer, H.-K. Hannibal-Bach, J. Zanghellini, O. N. Jensen, C. S. Ejsing. Quantitative analysis of proteome and lipidome dynamics reveals functional regulation of global lipid metabolism. Chemistry & Biology 22: 412-425 (2015).

- A. Casanovas, R. Pinto-Llorente, M. Carrascal, J. Abián. Large-Scale Filter-Aided Sample Preparation Method for the Analysis of the Ubiquitinome. Analytical Chemistry 89: 3840-3846 (2017).