Exploring bacteriophage potential

Illustrative figure of the damage C. difficile does to the gut. Extracted from http://www.medicalnewstoday.com Department: Uni. of Zürich & Uni. of Leicester,  dept. of Infection, Immunity and Inflammation Subject: Bacteriophages to treat Urinary Tract and Clostridium Difficile infection Location: Paushuize, Utrecht             Date: 22-02-2018 Seminar 5    Name: Raman van Wee Dr. W. Sybesma from Zürich and … Continue reading Exploring bacteriophage potential

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How to achieve cellular replication without fail: lessons from bacterial cells

Speaker:             Christine Jacobs-Wagner Department:     Microbial sciences institute, dept. of molecular cellular and developmental biology Subject:              How to achieve cellular replication without fail: lessons from bacterial cells Location:            TU Delft, BN-seminar Date:                    13-10-2017 Author:               Maricke Angenent  A cell partitioning mechanism which does not involve any of the complicated processes such as cytoskeleton … Continue reading How to achieve cellular replication without fail: lessons from bacterial cells

How to achieve cellular replication without fail: lessons from bacterial cells.

Speaker: Christine Jacobs-Wagner Department: Microbial Sciences Institute, Yale West Campus Subject: How to achieve cellular replication without fail: lessons from bacterial cells. Location: TU Delft (BN Seminar) Date: 13-10-2017       Author: Nemo Andrea  The topic of today’s talk was cellular replication, which, in Christine’s opinion, is the ability that separates the living from the … Continue reading How to achieve cellular replication without fail: lessons from bacterial cells.

How to achieve cellular replication without fail: Lessons from bacterial cells

Speaker:     Christine Jacobs-Wagner Department: Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology, Yale University Subject:       How to achieve cellular replication without fail: Lessons from bacterial cells Location:    TU Delft (BN) Date:           13-10-2017 Author: Antoine Rolland This talk was given by Christine Jacobs-Wagner. She started her talk by saying that most of the work in her lab … Continue reading How to achieve cellular replication without fail: Lessons from bacterial cells

Verrucomicrobia and the intestinal microbiome; the case of the Akkermansia muciniphila

Speaker:  Clara Belzer Department: Laboratory of Microbiology, Wageningen University, The Netherlands Subject: Verrucomicrobia and the intestinal microbiome; the case of the Akkermansia muciniphila Location: BioTechnology department TU Delft Date: 29-06-2017 Author: Mirte Golverdingen To broaden my view of the studies done in the Applied Science building I visited a lunch lecture in the BioTechnology department. … Continue reading Verrucomicrobia and the intestinal microbiome; the case of the Akkermansia muciniphila