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Kathryn Kauffman
Assistant Prof in Dept Oral Biology - School of Dental Medicine - | environmental virology | alum
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Mya Breitbart Oct 31
Such a powerful thread about trust and testing in the pandemic
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Ritam Das Aug 30
Mark your calendars! presents webinar by and about their awesome phage platform , 3rd Sep 2020 @ 8.30 PM (IST).
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Alexander Harms Aug 31
In our hands - for all lytic phages - best is to freeze virocells as regular glycerol stocks. Infect, wait for genome injection, add glycerol, vortex, and then freeze in liquid N2. Works reliably + one can nicely streak out for single plaques. Reference:
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Sabrina Green, PhD Sep 1
Check out my talk today! It's on, you guessed it, ! And a little bit about our making service center
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ABRCMS Aug 24
ICYMI: Did your students miss the deadline to apply for an ABRCMS Student Registration Waiver? They're in luck. The deadline has been extended to Aug 27! They can Apply Now!
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Tabita Ramirez Aug 12
Happy to see this paper published! 🎉 Check it out! it's very interesting and the topic ( ) is very relevant for those of us who work with the
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Franklin Nobrega Aug 23
Exciting new technique to look at phage-host interactions! Looking forward to seeing others using our method. Great work from Patrick de Jonge (now at AMC), Bastiaan von Meijenfeldt, @AnaRita62006883, , open access at -
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Mya Breitbart Aug 21
Today our phage students did an excellent job presenting their research! Sad it’s over already, but being a part of NSURP was the highlight of my summer! Special thanks to NSURP organizers and our phage group
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Matt Aliota Aug 21
Pleased to announce that and I have organized a virtual Virus Evolution seminar series for the fall semester. Mondays: 3-4 pm CST Registration: Please RT
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cameron martino Aug 18
Bacteria modify mucosal layer glycans, altering the ability of SARS-CoV-2 to bind human cells. Mucosal glycan trimming bacteria may play a critical role in non-modifiable predisposing factors for COVID-19 such as age. Pre-print
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Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics Aug 4
Register now for next week's online KITP conference "Bacteriophage Forum" -- held on consecutive Tuesdays, August 11, 18 & 25; Sept 1, 8:
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Evelien “still working from home” Adriaenssens Aug 17
I'm doing an AMA (ask me anything) at the Phage Directory Virtual Events series tomorrow. Let us know your questions beforehand, and/or show up for the Zoom session. I'm excited for my first ever AMA, hope you are too!
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bioRxiv Microbiology Aug 14
Capturing in situ Virus-Host Range and Interaction Dynamics through Gene Fusion with epicPCR
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Phage Directory Aug 7
Since 2003, Denise Tremblay has managed the Félix d’Hérelle Center's collection ( ). We interviewed Denise about how the center collects, stores & distributes its phages, & why researchers are requesting their phages.
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Mart Krupovic Jul 15
The LUCA and its complex virome - check out our latest Opinion piece with Eugene Koonin and Valerian Dolja
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Sabrina Green, PhD Jul 20
Wow, it's finally out! It took so long but here is my work on gut . Inspired by I'm going to try this paper thread thing below. Please read it all!!
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bioRxiv Microbiology Jul 20
Unique genomic features of crAss-like phages, the dominant component of the human gut virome
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Martin Polz Jul 11
The Polz lab is looking for a postdoc to work on bacteria-phage interactions: Please feel free to get in touch if your background and interests are a good match, or please share with others.
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The Wrighton Lab Jun 29
Serving up genome inferred metabolism with DRAM -Distilled and Refined Annotation of Metabolism- take a sip! HUGE thanks to our collaborators and more- this is a community resource and contributions are encouraged!
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Kathryn Kauffman Jun 20
Thank you for creating, for the virus version, and for sharing - have added it the lab page with attributions and link to the pledge.
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