11 zoekresultaten voor “streptomyces” in de Publieke website
Regulatory networks in Streptomyces
We aim to unravel the complex and intertwining regulatory systems that control development and antibiotic production in streptomycetes.
Exploring and exploiting the mechanism of mycelial pellet formation by Streptomyces
Promotor: G.P. van Wezel
Morphogenesis and heterogeneity in liquid-grown streptomyces cultures
The filamentous bacteria Streptomyces are widespread inhabitants of terrestrial soils.
Molecular characterization of copper-dependent enzymes involved in Streptomyces morphology
Promotor: G.P. van Wezel, Co-promotor: D. Claessen
Controlling growth and morphogenesis of the industrial enzyme producer Streptomyces lividans
Promotor: Prof.dr. G.P. van Wezel, Co-Promotor: E. Vijgenboom
Growth and development of actinomycetes
We aim to provide new insights relating to the spectacular multi-cellular life cycle of streptomycetes and other actinobacteria.
Another Brick in the Wall: The role of the actinobacterial cell wall in antibiotic resistance, phylogeny and development
Streptomyces are multicellular, Gram-positive bacteria in the phylum of actinobacteria which produce a high amount of bioactive natural products of which the expression is tightly coordinated with the life cycle.
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IBL-research interview: Daniel Rozen
Daniel Rozen (45), at the IBL since September 2012, uses bacteria in laboratory tests on experimental evolution to study the ecology and genetics of adaptation. His research has applied importance, as it reveals how bacteria may be induced to produce new antibiotics. Last January, Rozen received the
New antibiotic named after Leiden
Increasing resistance and a lack of new antibiotics are a serious problem for public health. Against this background, Gilles van Wezel of the Institute of Biology Leiden is looking for new medicines. Together with former PhD student Changsheng Wu and colleagues he discovered the special antibiotic lugdunomycin,
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