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Antibacterial activity of a new monocarbonyl analog of curcumin MAC 4 is associated with divisome disruption

Characterization of two relacidines belonging to a novel class of circular lipopeptides that act against Gram-negative bacterial pathogens

Flotillin-mediated membrane fluidity controls peptidoglycan synthesis and MreB movement

Investigating the Modes of Action of the Antimicrobial Chalcones BC1 and T9A

Novel modifications of nonribosomal peptides from Brevibacillus laterosporus MG64 and investigation of their mode of action

The Cell Wall of Bacillus subtilis

The PASTA domains of Bacillus subtilis PBP2B strengthen the interaction of PBP2B with DivIB

A simplified curcumin targets the membrane of Bacillus subtilis

Antibacterial activity of 3,3'-dihydroxycurcumin (DHC) is associated with membrane perturbation

Purification and characterization of FtsZ from the citrus canker pathogen Xanthomonas citri subsp. citri

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Team iGEM Groningen 2020 wint gouden medaille

Dringen om een plekje in het lab

De universiteit en corona - ‘Ons systeem gaat in elkaar donderen’

Speciale eiwitten regelen de vloeibaarheid van bacteriemembraan

Special proteins regulate the fluidity of bacterial membranes

Studenten verjagen aardappelparasiet

Lage landen verdienen iGEM-prijzen

iGEM 2019: team RUG wint gouden medaille

iGEM 2019: Team Groningen ontwikkelt een biologische QR-code

iGEM in Boston, de afterparty

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