Dra. Esther López-Bayghen Patiño

e-mail: ebayghen@cinvestav.mx
Teléfono: +52 55 5747-3800 ext. 5486
Fax: +52 55 5747-3395

Investigador Cinvestav 3D

Laboratorio de Biología y Diagnóstico Molecular

Doctora en Ciencias en Microbiología, 1994  ENCB, IPN.

Investigadora Nacional Nivel III

Estancia doctoral en la Unité des Virus Oncogénes, Département des Biotechnologies, Institut Pasteur. París, Francia.

Estancia post-doctoral en el Laboratory of Biology, National Cancer Institute, NIH, en Bethesda MD. USA (1996-1998)


  • PUBLICACIONES: 61 indexadas (PUBMED)
  • 6 capítulos en libros internacionales indexados
  • CITAS A MIS PUBLICACIONES:  1476 (sin autocitas)
  • Tesis dirigidas: 21 doctorado; 54 maestría
  • Presentaciones en Congresos (218). Nacionales 110. Internacionales 108
ArtículosEstudiantesDonativos y Distinciones
  1. Raya-Rivera AM, et al. (2014) Tissue-engineered autologous vaginal organs in patients: a pilot cohort study. Lancet 384(9940):329-336. Factor de impacto: 53.25.
  2. Raya-Rivera A, et al. (2011) Tissue-engineered autologous urethras for patients who need reconstruction: an observational study. Lancet 377(9772):1175-1182. Factor de impacto: 53.25. 
  3. ​Tiburcio-Félix R, et al. (2018) Glutamate-Dependent Translational Control of Glutamine Synthetase in Bergmann Glia Cells. Molecular Neurobiology 55(6):1-8. Factor de Impacto: 5.07.
  4. Schaeffer E. PL, López-Luna E., Hernández Melchor D., López-Bayghen E. (2018) Aneuploidy rates inversely correlate with implantation during in vitro  fertilization procedures: in favor of PGT. In Medical Genetics, ed Gomy I (InTech), Vol. En prensa.
  5. Palma JP, et al. (2018) Comparative treatment between sitagliptin vs. metformin, alone or in combination, in patients with polycystic ovary syndrome. A clinical entity at high risk for developing diabetes mellitus and gestational diabetes: A pilot study. Revista Médica del Hospital General de México 81(1):15-26.
  6. López-Luna A H-MD, Ramírez-Martínez L., López-Bayghen E. (2018) The genetic and biochemical blueprint of endometrial receptivity: past, present, and future factors involved in embryo implantation success. In Medical Genetics, ed Genetics M).
  7. López-Luna A, Hernández-Melchor D, & López Bayghen E (2018) Is it Really Necessary to Analyze Hundreds of Genes to Determine the Window of Implantation? Journal of Gynecology and Women´s Healt 9(3):1-2.
  8. López-Bayghen E, et al. (2018) Notch Signaling in the Astroglial Phenotype: Relevance to Glutamatergic Transmission. GABA And Glutamate - New Developments In Neurotransmission Research, ed Janko Samardzic MP (In Tech), Vol. 1, pp 1-22.
  9. Schaeffer E, et al. (2017) Whole Genome Amplification of Day 3 or Day 5 human embryos biopsies provides a suitable DNA template for PCR-based techniques for genotyping, a complement of Preimplantation Genetic Testing. BioMed Research International 2017:1-11. Factor de impacto: 2.58.
  10. Hernández-Melchor D, López-Bayghen B, & López Bayghen E (2017) Cultivating a Support Network: Granulosa Cells and the Needed Knowledge on their Role in Oocyte Maturation. Global Journal of Reproductive  Medicine 1(2):1-2.
  11. Camargo-Díaz F, García V, Ocampo-Bárcenas A, González-Marquez H, & López-Bayghen E (2017) Colony stimulating factor-1 and leukemia inhibitor factor expression from current-cycle cannula isolated endometrial cells are associated with increased endometrial receptivity and pregnancy. BMC women's health 17(1):63. Factor de impacto: 1.80.
  12. Dominguez-Calderon A, et al. (2016) ZO-2 silencing induces renal hypertrophy through a cell cycle mechanism and the activation of YAP and the mTOR pathway. Molecular Biology of the Cell 27(10):1581-1595. Factor de Impacto: 3.51.
  13. Cedillo L, et al. (2016) A Simple, Less Invasive Stripper Micropipetter-Based Technique for Day 3 Embryo Biopsy. Fertility Research and Practice 2(13):1-7.
  14. Burguete-Argueta N, et al. (2016) Forensic-paternity effectiveness and genetics population analysis of six non-CODIS mini-STR loci (D1S1656, D2S441, D6S1043, D10S1248, D12S391, D22S1045) and SE33 in Mestizo and Amerindian populations from Mexico. Annals of human biology 43(6):563-571. Factor de impacto: 1.53.
  15. Schitine CS, et al. (2015) Functional plasticity of GAT-3 in avian Muller cells is regulated by neurons via a glutamatergic input. Neurochemistry International 82:42-51. Factor de impacto: 3.60.
  16. Rojas-Marquez C, Valle-Rios R, Lopez-Bayghen E, & Ortiz-Navarrete V (2015) CRTAM is negatively regulated by ZEB1 in T cells. Molecular Immunology 66(2):290-298. Factor de impacto: 3.18.
  17. Martinez-Revollar G, et al. (2015) Heterogeneity between triple negative breast cancer cells due to differential activation of Wnt and PI3K/AKT pathways. Experimental cell research 339(1):67-80. Factor de impacto: 3.30.
  18. Guillem AM, et al. (2015) Methylphenidate Increases Glutamate Uptake in Bergmann Glial Cells. Neurochemical research 40(11):2317-2324. Factor de impacto: 2.77.
  19. Raya-Rivera AM, et al. (2014) Tissue-engineered autologous vaginal organs in patients: a pilot cohort study. Lancet 384(9940):329-336. Factor de impacto: 53.25.