Our lab mission is to explore how bacteria are communicating with each other, better understand how bacteria shape the species composition of their community, and examine whether we could apply molecules which are naturally used by bacteria for rational design of bacterial communities.
Peptidoglycan maturation controls outer membrane protein assembly
Colicin-mediated transport of DNA through the iron transporter FepA
Imaging bacterial membrane vesicles with a delicate touch
Nature Reviews Microbiology
Selecting for fast protein–protein association as demonstrated on a random TEM1 yeast library binding BLIP
The brand new lab is now recruiting students/postdocs/a lab manager.
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