Postdoctoral Researcher

Departament d’Enginyeria Química
Universitat Rovira i Virgili
Av. Paisos Catalans, 26
43007 Tarragona, Spain
E Building, Office 224?/ Lab. 223

iris.gines@urv.cat
Tel.: +34 977 55 8576/ 977 558560

Dr. Iris Gin?s Mir (Spain, 1992) received her degree in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (2014) at University Rovira i Virgili (Spain) and obtained her MSc. in Nutrition and Metabolism (2011) at University Rovira i Virgili (Spain). She joined MoBioFood Research Group as Ph.D Student (2015-2019) and gained experience with molecular biology techniques related to the study of the enteroendocrine system. In 2019 she joined Interfibio Group as Postdoctoral Researcher. Her research interests lie in the development of visual lateral flow assays for the multiplexed detection of different targets such as DNA and proteins.


 

Publications

Gin?s I, Gil-Cardoso K, Serrano J, Casanova-Marti ?, Lobato M, Terra X, Blay MT, Ard?vol A, Pinent M. Proanthocyanidins Limit Adipose Accrual Induced by a Cafeteria Diet, Several Weeks after the End of the Treatment. Genes. 2019; ISSN:2073-4344; IF=3.286, Q2.

Gonz?lez-Quilen C, Gil-Cardoso K, Gin?s I, Beltr?n-Deb?n R, Pinent M, Ard?vol A, Terra X, Blay M. Grape-Seed Proanthocyanidins are Able to Reverse Intestinal Dysfunction and Metabolic Endotoxemia Induced by a Cafeteria Diet in Wistar Rats. Nutrients. 2019; ISSN:2072-6643; IF=4.196, Q1.

Gin?s I, Gil-Cardoso K, Terra X, Blay M, P?rez-Vendrell AM, Pinent M, Ard?vol A. Grape Seed Proanthocyanidins Target the Enteroendocrine System in Cafeteria Diet-Fed Rats. Molecular Nutrition and Food Research. 2019; ISSN:1613-4125; IF=5.15, Q1.

Gil-Cardoso K, Comitato R, Gin?s I, Ard?vol A, Pinent M, Virgili F, Terra X, Blay M. Protective Effect of Proanthocyanidins in a Rat Model of Mild Intestinal Inflammation and Impaired Intestinal Permeability Induced by LPS. Molecular Nutrition and Food Research. 2019; ISSN:1613-4125; IF=5.15, Q1.

Gin?s I, Gil-Cardoso K, Serrano J, Casanova-Mart? ?, Blay M, Pinent M, Ard?vol A, Terra X. Effects of an intermittent Grape-Seed Proanthocyanins (GSPE) treatment on a cafeteria diet obesogenic challenge in rats. British Journal of Nutrition. 2018; ISSN: 2072-6643; IF=4.196, Q1

Gin?s I, Gil-Cardoso K, Robles P, Arola L, Terra X, Blay M, Ard?vol A, Pinent M. Novel ex Vivo Experimental Setup to Assay the Vectorial Transepithelial Enteroendocrine Secretions of Different Intestinal Segment. Journal of Agricultural and food chemistry. 2018; ISSN: 0021-8561; IF=3.412, Q1.

Gil-Cardoso K, Gin?s I, Pinent M, Ard?vol A, Blay M, Terra X. The co-administration of proanthocyanidins and an obesogenic diet prevents the increase in intestinal permeability and metabolic endotoxemia derived to the diet. Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry. 2018; ISSN: 0955-2863; IF=4.4, Q1.

Gil-Cardoso K, Gin?s I, Pinent M, Ard?vol A, Terra X, Blay M. A cafeteria diet triggers intestinal inflammation and oxidative stress in obese rats. British Journal of Nutrition. 2017; ISSN: 0007-1145; IF=3.657, Q1.

Gil-Cardoso K, Gin?s I, Pinent M, Ard?vol A, Blay M, Terra X. Chronic supplementation with dietary proanthocyanidins protects from diet-induced intestinal alterations in obese rats. Molecular Nutrition and Food Research. 2017; ISSN: 1613-4125; IF=5.151, Q1.

Gil-Cardoso K, Gin?s I, Pinent M, Ard?vol A, Blay M, Terra X. Effects of flavonoids on intestinal inflammation, barrier integrity and changes in the gut microbiota during diet-induced obesity. Nutrition Research Reviews. 2016; ISSN: 0954-4224; IF=4.586, Q1.