Microbiology

Microbiology

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  • Hayes, Stephen; Vincentelli, Renaud; Mahony, Jennifer; Nauta, Arjen; Ramond, Laurie; Lugli, Gabriele A.; Ventura, Marco; van Sinderen, Douwe; Cambillau, Christian (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2018-09-11)
    With increasing numbers of 3D structures of bacteriophage components, combined with powerful in silico predictive tools, it has become possible to decipher the structural assembly and associated functionality of phage ...
  • Ferreira, David (University College Cork, 2017)
    Saccharomyces cerevisiae has been used for millennia to perform wine fermentation due to its endurance and unmatched qualities and is nowadays widely used as wine yeast starter. Nevertheless, at the moment of inoculation, ...
  • Coakley, Mairead (University College Cork, 2018)
    Consensus on the role of fatty acids in human health is difficult to achieve, with some fatty acids being mooted as detrimental to health and others having proposed benefits. The human intestinal microbiota impacts health ...
  • Mathur, Harsh; Field, Des; Rea, Mary C.; Cotter, Paul D.; Hill, Colin; Ross, R. Paul (Nature Publishing Group, 2018)
    Biofilms are sessile communities of bacteria typically embedded in an extracellular polymeric matrix. Bacterial cells embedded in biofilms are inherently recalcitrant to antimicrobials, compared to cells existing in a ...
  • Collins, Fergus W. J.; Mesa-Pereira, Beatriz; O'Connor, Paula M.; Rea, Mary C.; Hill, Colin; Ross, R. Paul (Frontiers Media, 2018)
    Bacteria commonly produce narrow spectrum bacteriocins as a means of inhibiting closely related species competing for similar resources in an environment. The increasing availability of genomic data means that it is becoming ...

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