Tag Archives: bacteriophage

Paper out: No effect of natural transformation on the evolution of resistance to bacteriophages in the Acinetobacter baylyi model system

A long time coming, but the results obtained in NERC-funded research on evolutionary benefits (or lack thereof) of bacterial transformation have now been published. The work was carried out mainly by research tech Amy McLeman, who has since started her … Continue reading

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2013 SGM Autumn Conference

Last week I attended the Society for General Microbiology’s Autumn Conference held this year at the University of Sussex in Brighton (actually just outside of Brighton in Falmer). The main reason for going was the ‘Impact of bacteriophage in the … Continue reading

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Sex and Death in bacteria: Pawel Sierocinski explains!

Hi all, it has been a while since I last posted (I had a good excuse though, see previous post) and it is time to get this blogging thing going again! ECEHH Communications and Outreach manager Alex Smalley very recently … Continue reading

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