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Home > Departments > Microbiology > Former teams of the department > Michael DUBOW : Functional Genomics Approaches to elucidate the Role of Bacteriophages in Bacteria Biofilms

Michael DUBOW : Functional Genomics Approaches to elucidate the Role of Bacteriophages in Bacteria Biofilms

Michael DUBOW : Group Presentation

Research projects
Approaches based on 16S rDNA sequences have demonstrated that fewer than five percent of the microbes on Earth have been cultivated and studied. Furthermore, it has been shown (...)

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Publications

Publications before 2015
Winter C, Garcia JA, Weinbauer MG, DuBow MS, Herndl GJ. Comparison of Deep-Water Viromes from the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea. PloS One. 9: e100600. (...)

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Genomes and polymorphisms

The evolutive pressure imposed by bacteriophages on their host is a major factor of bacterial genetic diversity.
Projet
Our research concerns the role of phages in the emergence of bacterial (...)

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Molecular analysis of swarming communities in Bacillus subtilis

Simone SEROR
Research Interests
Our recurring research theme has been the study of the bacterial cell cycle. First, to establish the basic steps in the initiation of DNA replication in Bacillus (...)

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Protein secretion (ABC transporter), the role of Ca2+ in E. coli, swarming communities in B. subtilis

Barry HOLLAND
Research interests
These include the mechanism of action of ABC transporters and the Type I secretion system in bacteria in particular. Another project concerns the poorly (...)

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