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Dominik Hrebik Oct 17
1/ My first first-author paper describing structure and genome ejection mechanism of P68 which I was working on has been published in You can read more here: and some highlights in the comments
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Bacteriophage Oxford 3h
We are delighted to announce that our 10th meeting @ Oxford, 2020, will be held on 9-10 Sept 2020. Hope to see you there, which is promising to be another exciting congregation of phage researchers at Oxford!
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Ellie Jameson 8h
Day 22 Ghost. L-form bacteria can survive without a cell wall, they are more fragile, but it can allow them to evade antibiotics and phage.
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Mya Breitbart 20h
Just in time for - please vote for ‘Bacteriophage save the day. Vibrio under siege!’ by electron microscopy specialist Tony Greco in the Infectious Images Photo Competition.
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biolution 2h
Today is - the start of the first 22-28 October Please need your support and make a great week! please check our vid on T4 with 10k views
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Ellie Jameson Oct 20
Day 20 Tread. Phages tread on bacterial surface to irreversibly bind to their host before injecting their genetic material.
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Nature Reviews Gastroenterology & Hepatology 2h
Patricia Lepage highlighting therapy as an alternative to , see example Brief Commun from
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Plevka Lab Oct 18
Dominik's paper about and genome ejection mechanism of P68 is finally out! ☣️🔬
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Charlotte Koster 11h
It's online! presents Sci-Phi 29, A platform that expands of synthetic biology by providing tools to engineer a repertoire of bacterial species, based on the . Proud of the team, next stop: Boston!!
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Ellie Jameson Oct 21
Day 21 Treasure. is brilliant at maintaining and investigating our treasured phage stocks.
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Ellie Jameson Oct 17
Day 17 Ornament. Klebsiella cell with siphovirus ornaments. Klebsiella is a priority pathogen causing increasing burden on healthcare settings. Are phage one solution to replace antibiotics?
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Steffanie Strathdee, PhD 🗡️Superbug Slayer 🗡️ Oct 17
Filamentous Peptides as -vehicles to Ferry Drugs Across Blood-Brain Barrier.
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Biolyse Oct 17
Busy day in the potato shed with this this year’s trial harvest. Just a few more thousand to peel & core 😊
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Ergun Akturk Oct 18
Today is Friday. However our group is so motivated and happy to work.
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Farah Moulvi 2h
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3D Protein Imaging Oct 17
: SKIN. 90% of the human skin microbiome is represented by Propionibacterium acnes but since we don’t like acne we rendered a that target specifically this bacterium!
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Ellie Jameson Oct 16
Day 16 Wild. Wild phages are highly abundant but relatively unknown. A variety of morphologies are seen with microscopy. Genomes tell us more, yet the majority of their content is unknown, some are difficult to sequence or have RNA.
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Aubrey Weber Oct 16
Cool things happening out of regarding and resistance. Thank you Bio 101 Lab at for helping me understand this slide!
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europhages Oct 19
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