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  • HEK-293T cells infected with Chlamydia trachomatis expressing chlamydial deubiquitinase Cdu1-FLAG
Chair of Microbiology

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Research

In the focus of research at the Chair of Microbiology are pathogenicity mechanisms of different microorganisms such as Neisseria gonorrhoeae, Chlamydia trachomatis, Bordetella pertussis and Staphylococcus aureus.

Host-pathogen interactions, pathogen-induced host cell apoptosis, the interface of infection and cancer as well as systems biology of antibiotic action are of peticular interest.

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Chair of Microbiology participates in Inno4vac, a European new public-private partnership to innovate vaccine development

The Innovative Medicines Initiative 2 (IMI2) Joint Undertaking mobilised more than € 33 million to support Inno4vac, an innovative public-private partnership to accelerate vaccine R&D timelines. It will focus on the design and application of new and highly advanced predictive models to allow a faster development and manufacturing of novel vaccines. more


Collaborative research project Organo-Strat

Institutes of Würzburg are involved in the collaborative research project Organo-Strat  within the frame  of the bmbf-funded "Nationales Netzwerk der Universitätsmedizin" fighting the Corona pandemic. more

Team

Contact us:
Phone: 0931 31-84400
sekretariat.mikrobiologie@uni-wuerzburg.de
Room: C201

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Resting Chlamydia (left; bright circles), which are held without glutamine. After the addition of glutamine (right) the bacteria enter the division stages (darker circles).

Chlamydia: Greedy for Glutamine

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