Postdoc John Whitney, part of a research team led by Joseph Mougous, UW Associate Professor of Microbiology and a Howard Hughes Medical Institute investigator, is featured in this UW Health Sciences NewsBeat article about the team's research into how Pseudomonas aeruginosa is able to deliver a deadly toxin to competitor bacteria.
The University of Washington Microbiology Department was ranked #2 in "Best Global Universities for Microbiology" by U.S. News and World Report, up from #3 last year! More info here.
Host: John Leigh
Host: Department of Microbiology
- Bioreactor performance parameters for an industrially-promising methanotroph Methylomicrobium buryatense 5GB1.
Microbial cell factories - , 2015
Gilman A, Laurens LM, Puri AW, Chu F, Pienkos PT, Lidstrom ME
- Isolation and Characterization of Circulating Lymphatic Endothelial Colony Forming Cells.
Experimental cell research - Nov, 2015
DiMaio TA, Wentz BL, Lagunoff M
- Controlling the connections of cells to the biofilm matrix.
Journal of bacteriology - Nov, 2015
- An Interbacterial NAD(P)(+) Glycohydrolase Toxin Requires Elongation Factor Tu for Delivery to Target Cells.
Cell - Oct, 2015
Whitney JC, Quentin D, Sawai S, LeRoux M, Harding BN, Ledvina HE, Tran BQ, Robinson H, Goo YA, Goodlett DR, Raunser S, Mougous JD
- A FleQ DNA binding consensus sequence revealed by studies of FleQ-dependent regulation of biofilm gene expression in Pseudomonas aeruginosa.
Journal of bacteriology - Oct, 2015
Baraquet C, Harwood CS