Past seminars since 2016

Host: SFB 987

From insects to plants - Phenotypic switching of insect pathogenic Photorhabdus luminescens bacteria

SFB 987 Mini-Symposium

New bacterial degradation pathways for natural, environmental and intestinal organosulfonates

SFB 987 Mini-Symposium

Gene transfer agent: Evolution, function, and role in bacterial adaptation

SFB 987 Mini-Symposium

Development of molecular tools for research on red and green algae

SFB 987 Mini-Symposium

Breaching the Barrier: Quantifying Antibiotic Permeability across Gram-negative Bacterial Membranes

SFB 987 Mini-Symposium

Kicking the"BolA" in Bacterial Survival and Virulence

SFB 987 Mini-Symposium

Mechanisms of microbiota-pathogen interactions

SFB 987 Mini-Symposium

Pseudomonas aeruginosa transcription profiling

SFB 987 Mini-Symposium

The bacterial stringent response in the context of root nodule symbiosis

SFB 987 Mini-Symposium

Protecting the offspring – Linking developmental pathways of Aspergillus fumigatus to toxic compounds

SFB 987 Mini-Symposium

Specific integration and regulation of the prokaryotic-type protein synthesis machinery in chloroplasts of plants

Microbiology Seminar Series

The evolution and functions of gut microbiota in bees

SFB 987 Mini-Symposium

Defining species in the microbial world

SFB 987 Mini-Symposium

The burden of inherited interfaces: evolution of self-assembly after gene duplication

Microbiology Seminar Series

The MocR-like transcription factors: pyridoxal 5’-phosphate-dependent regulators of bacterial metabolism

SFB 987 Mini-Symposium

Pathogen effectors hitchhike the host ubiquitination pathway

SFB 987 Mini-Symposium

Minimal metabolic engineering - getting the most bang for your buck

SFB 987 Mini-Symposium

Salmonella persisters during infection

C A N C E L E D - SFB 987 Mini-Symposium

Mechanisms of co-translational folding and assembly of proteins studied by ribosome profiling

SFB 987 Mini-Symposium

Structural and mechanistic insights into the guanine nucleotide exchange factor complex Mon1-Ccz1

SFB 987 Mini-Symposium

The networking of microbiomes across plant generations

SFB 987 Mini-Symposium

Methylotrophic methanogens everywhere - ecology and physiology of novel players in global methane cycling

SFB 987 Mini-Symposium

Structural insights into effector kinases from pathogenic gram-negative bacteria

SFB 987 Mini-Symposium

How microorganisms view their world

SFB 987 Jahrestagung

α-Ketoglutarate dependent dioxygenases - computational studies on reaction mechanisms

SFB 987 Sonderseminar

Bacterial warfare: antibiotic production and resistance in co-existing Streptomycetes

SFB 987 Mini-Symposium

Mechanosensing with type IV pili in Pseudomonas aeruginosa

SFB 987 Mini-Symposium

A circuitous route to mitochondrial acylation in regulation of oxidative phosphorylation

SFB 987 Mercator-Fellow Seminar

Mechanisms of transmembrane signaling by sensors of two-component system

SFB 987 Mini-Symposium

Finally, archaea get their CRISPR-cas toolbox

SFB 987 Mini-Symposium

Bacterial ribosome heterogeneity: Novel aspects of selective translation

SFB 987 Mini-Symposium

Activation of the bacterial stringent response

SFB 987 Mini-Symposium

From boom to bust - the dynamics of bacterial adaptation under prolonged resource limitation

SFB 987 Mini-Symposium

Unlocking the potential of synthetic biology - from DNA foundries to cell-free prototyping

SFB 987 Mini-Symposium

Genetic circuit design

SFB 987 Mini-Symposium

c-di-AMP signaling in Staphylococcus aureus: What makes, breaks and binds it

SFB 987 Mini-Symposium

Deadly conversation between bacteria

SFB 987 Mini-Symposium

Self-assembly of a bacterial nanomachine: Flagella grow through an injection-diffusion mechanism

SFB 987 Mini-Symposium

C A N C E L L E D Chemical interaction between iron-cycling microbes: news from the chat room

SFB 987 Mini-Symposium

*** CANCELED *** Visualizing and quantifying the selfish uptake of high molecular weight polysaccharides by marine bacteria

SFB 987 Mini-Symposium

Microbe-Electrode-Interactions

SFB 987 Mini-Symposium

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Microbiology Seminar Series

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Microbiology Seminar Series

Rhodopsins - the green light sensing component of the fungal eye

SFB Mini Symposium

Redox-sensing mechanisms under infection conditions in Staphylococcus aureus

SFB Mini Symposium

SR1, the first dual-function sRNA from Bacillus subtilis. Base-pairing and peptide functions

SFB Mini Symposium

Plant developmental rewiring during the AM symbiosis

SFB Mini Symposium

The beauvericin cluster in Fusarium fujikuroi is controlled by a network of pathway-specific and global regulators

Microbiology Seminar Series: SFB Mini Symposium

Pseudomonas aeruginosa lifestyles, bacterial warfare and novel antimicrobials

Microbiology Seminar Series: SFB Mini Symposium

Eyes of blue: Bacterial photoreceptors with multiple sensing and output functions

Microbiology Seminar Series: SFB Mini Symposium

Light and the life of bacteria - examples from Amsterdam

Microbiology Seminar Series: SFB Mini Symposium

Metabolite cross-feeding in synthetic microbial communities: from ecology to biotechnological applications

Microbiology Seminar Series: SFB Mini Symposium

Drivers of assembly and coexistence in communities of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi - the scale matters!

Microbiology Seminar Series: SFB Mini Symposium
Arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) fungi are asexual, obligately symbiotic fungi with unique morphology and genomic structure, which occupy a dual niche, that is, the soil and the host root. Consequently, the direct adoption of models for community assembly developed for other organism groups is not evident. Based on recent studies using high throughput molecular methods and their findings, I will give an overview on the factors driving AM fungal community assembly at different scales. By synthesizing these findings, I will show how modern coexistence and assembly theory can be adapted to arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and that hierarchical spatial structure of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal communities should be explicitly taken into account in future studies. This conceptual framework developed for arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi is also adaptable for other host-associated microbial communities. [more]

Bacterial Modern Mass Spectrometric Methods in Life Science Research

Microbiology Seminar Series: SFB Mini Symposium

Ploidy in prokaryotes: On the seldom cases of monoploidy and the many evolutionary advantages of polyploidy

SFB Mini Symposium

Bacterial small RNAs in regulatory circuits: interplay with transcription factors and mechanistic insights

SFB Mini Symposium

Inverse toeprinting - A new, high-throughput method for identifying and characterizing ribosome arresting peptides

SFB Mini Symposium

Signal transduction by reversible protein phosphorylation in the third domain of life

SFB Mini Symposium

Sex pheromones and conjugation in gram-positive bacteria

SFB Mini Symposium

How are Fe-S cofactors and proteins assembled in plant cells?: Focus on the late steps of the maturation process in organelles

Assembly and mechanism of respiratory complex I

SFB Mini Symposium

Structure of mitochondrial complex I

SFB Mini Symposium

Regulation of phototaxis in cyanobacteria and how a small cell can detect the direction of light

SFB Mini Symposium

Super complex formation of the denitirification respirasome of Pseudomonas aeruginosa

SFB Mini Symposium

Microbial interactions from a molecular and evolutionary perspective

SFB Mini Symposium

The Integron: Adaptation on demand

SFB Mini Symposium

Understanding activation bacterial promoters

SFB Mini Symposium

Global reprogramming of the Yersinia pseudotuberculosis transcriptional landscape in response to temperature and host signals

SFB Mini Symposium

Together we are stronger: adaptive benefits drive a division of metabolic labour in bacteria

SFB Mini Symposium

Sensing and responding: Terrein production in Aspergillus terreus

SFB Mini Symposium
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