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Willem van Schaik
Prof at Institute of Microbiology and Infection, Birmingham (UK): microbial genomics, metagenomics & evolution of antibiotic resistance. All opinions are mine.
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Willem van Schaik 3h
By me as well
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Willem van Schaik 3h
Thanks, alles credit to and for the figures
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Willem van Schaik 3h
Back of the net!
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Goeie slogan!
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Amanda Eve Rossiter 18h
Delighted that my labs paper has been accepted for publication in Helicobacter! Huge thanks to a fantastic collaboration with Richard Ferrero and and congrats to my PhD student Dana for her first contribution to a paper!
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Willem van Schaik 16h
Wahey! Well done Amanda, great news for the weekend!
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Willem van Schaik 16h
Replying to @GebhardLab
Oh noes, hope that there are alternatives! I will be flying to NL in April: would normally take FlyBE, but now booking KLM.
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Willem van Schaik 16h
You have to admire the British sense of humour: 'We're heading for the great Brexit trap -  so why not stay in and wreck the EU instead?' via
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Willem van Schaik 18h
'The government’s settled status scheme isn’t working – and the results will be catastrophic'
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Willem van Schaik 18h
FlyBMI collapses, blaming Brexit uncertainty
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John F. Cryan Feb 15
UCC removes name of nobel winner Dr James Watson from building over race comments
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Willem van Schaik 23h
drinking Carling? ...shudder...
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Willem van Schaik 23h
All those people that go around saying that life begins at 40! They're notable by their absence. The nerve!
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Willem van Schaik 23h
I plan to submit the manuscript to a journal in the next few days.
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Sean Gibbons Feb 15
Wow, really high rate of SNP accumulation of 12 and 25 SNPs/yr/genome in two lineages (+/- ~6 and 10, respectively)
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Willem van Schaik Feb 16
This should not stop efforts to minimise unnecessary antibiotic consumption (if only to stop spread of future 'unknown unknown' resistance genes), but it is an important message.
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Willem van Schaik Feb 15
Why Alan Partridge is returning to 'restrictive, stifling' BBC
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bioRxiv Microbiology Feb 15
Enterococcus faecium genome dynamics during long-term asymptomatic patient gut colonization
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Willem van Schaik Feb 15
New preprint from the lab by et al: 'Enterococcus faecium genome dynamics during long-term asymptomatic patient gut colonization'
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