Tag Archives: Pseudomonas

Paper Out: Transposon mutagenesis in Pseudomonas fluorescens reveals genes involved in blue pigment production and antioxidant protection

Nadia Andreani, who visited the lab in 2105 (wow, time flies) and now is at the University of Lincolnnow is at the University of Lincoln has just published a paper on work she did here on blue, food-spoiling Pseudomonas. Colleague … Continue reading

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visiting PhD student Nadia Andreani

I had the pleasure to host PhD student Nadia Andreani from the University of Padova for a six month stay. She wrote the following blog post about her time in Cornwall, which I am publishing now, a day after she … Continue reading

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paper out: antibiotic production without significant costs

This blog aims to give colleagues, collaborators, students and anyone else who might be interested an overview of the research carried out in the coastal pathogens group.The most tangible output by scientists are their publications and every newly published paper … Continue reading

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