Research was and is being funded by the following research projects awarded to Tino Krell

Granted by the Andalusian Regional government Junta de Andalucia

“Understanding the signal transduction mechanisms which govern the formation and sipersion of biofilm in bacteria.” Reference.: CVI-7335
213 000 euros, from 2012-2014

“Chemotaxis in soil bacteria: its implication in the degradation of toxic compounds and in plant root colonization.” Reference: P09-RNM-4509
293 000 euros, from 2009-2013

“Design of inhibitors for efflux pumps responsible for multiple drug resistance in GRAM-negative bacteria.” Reference: CVI-1912
145 000 euros, from 2007-2010

Grants by the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competiveness (formerly Ministry of Science and Innovation)

“High throughput-based and systematic identification of signal molecules recognized by bacterial sensor proteins” Ref.: BIO2016-76779-P, 250 000 €, from 2017-2020.

“Development of metagenomic tools for biofuel production”. Ref.: RTC-2014-1777-3, 89.408,00 Euros, from 2014 to 2016

“Understanding of chemoreceptors with bimodular sensor domain”. Ref.: BIO2013-42297, 272 250 euros, from 2014 to 2016

“Biosensors for arsenate monitoring in water and agricultural products”. Ref.: RECUPERA 20134R057, 190 000 euros, from 2014 to 2015

“Understanding of chemotaxis in environmental bacteria.” Ref.: BIO2010-16937, 157 000 euros, from 2011 to 2014

“Construction of novel-generation biosensors for the degradation of aromatic hydrocarbons.” Ref.: BIO2011-14589-E, 39 200 euros, from 2012 to 2014

Grants by the BBVA Foundation

“Biodegradation: tackling its limitations.” Ref. BIOCON08 185/09
199 520 euros, from 2009 to 2012