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Bacterial proteins in infection and infection control

Bacterial proteins in infection and infection control

Project 5:

Functional and structural characterization of putative substrates of type I secretion systems (Prof. Schmitt)

Project description 5

Project 6:

Characterization of human receptors for the bacterial pathogen Chlamydia trachomatis (Prof. Hegemann / Dr. Mölleken)

Project 7:

Characterization of the role of hydrolases in the resistance of Mycobacterium tuberculosis against hydroxamic acid derivatives (Prof. Kalscheuer)

Project description 7

Project 8:

High-throughput characterization of Pseudomonas aeruginosa  genes of unknown function (Prof. Jaeger /Dr. Kovacic)

Project description 8

Project 9:

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 (Jun. Prof. Nowack)

Project description 9

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