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Bacterial Proteins in Infection and Infection Control

In this Research Area the center of attention lies on the role of bacterial proteins in infection and their potential in infection control.


Functional and structural characterization of putative substrates of type I secretion systems

Lehrstuhl für Biochemie I, HHU

Characterization of human receptors for the bacterial pathogen Chlamydia trachomati

Institut für Funktionelle Genomforschung der Mikroorganismen, HHU

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Characterization of the role of hydrolases in the resistance of Mycobacterium tuberculosis against hydroxamic acid derivatives

Institut für Pharmazeutische Biologie und Biotechnologie, HHU

High-throughput characterization of Pseudomonas aeruginosa genes of unknown function

Instituts für Molekulare Enzymtechnologie (IBG-1), HHU/FZ Jülich

How can a eukaryote control a bacterial endosymbiont? - Studies on the cellular functions of the endosymbiont-associated host proteins ETP5 and ETP6 in the trypanosomatid Angomonas deanei

Institut für Mikrobielle Zellbiologie, HHU

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