Department of Pathogen Molecular Biology
The Department of Pathogen Molecular Biology focuses on the molecular biology and genetics of pathogens and their hosts in the context of improving the understanding and control of infectious diseases.
Events in this series
Characterization of the human pathogen Clostridium difficile and the interplay with the host microbiome
Paramyxoviruses, interferon and within host RNA virus persistence
Exploitation of receptor-mediated ligand uptake for the targeted delivery of antibody-drug conjugates into Trypanosoma brucei
Protein O-glycosylation of the oral pathogen Tannerella forsythia
How to kill your rivals: microbial warfare mediated by the Type VI secretion system
DUSP4 regulates STING- and RIG-I-mediated signalling in response to microbial infection
Virus-host interactions of MERS-CoV: how MERS-CoV overcomes the innate immune response to establish infection
M. tuberculosis infection of host cells in time and space
Genomic insights into the unusual population genetics of Leishmania
Epstein Barr Virus Infection of T cells and Natural Killer Cells
Discovery of Bedaquiline - New drug for drug-resistant Tuberculosis
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