News from IMBIM
- New research shows that bacteriophages (viruses that infect bacteria) can contribute to new functions by revealing hidden potential in their bacterial hosts.
- Mikael Sellin is awarded with The Lennart Philipson Award 2018
- New research from Uppsala University shows that even low concentrations of antibiotics can lead to the development of high antibiotic resistance in bacteria.
- The European Research Council (ERC) has allocated a total of € 653 million in grants for the announcement of the 2017 ERC Advanced Grants. Uppsala University receives a contribution in life sciences. This grant goes to Carl-Henrik Heldin, cancer researcher at IMBIM.
- Gerli Rosengren Pielberg has been appointed as a lecturer in genomics.
Publicerat vid IMBIM
- Persistence of immune response to an adjuvanted varicella-zoster virus subunit vaccine for up to year nine in older adults. 2018
- SETD2 Is Recurrently Mutated in Whole-Exome Sequenced Canine Osteosarcoma. 2018
- Platelets, NETs and cancer. 2018
- Antibiotic Resistance: Selection in the Presence of Metals and Antimicrobials. 2018
- Genomewide binding of transcription factor Snail1 in triple-negative breast cancer cells. 2018
- The Effect of Lipopolysaccharide-Induced Experimental Bovine Mastitis on Clinical Parameters, Inflammatory Markers, and the Metabolome: A Kinetic Approach. 2018
- Inhibition of integrin alpha(V)beta(6) changes fibril thickness of stromal collagen in experimental carcinomas. 2018
- The Sign of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Chemical Shift Difference as a Determinant of the Origin of Binding Selectivity: Elucidation of the Position Dependence of Phosphorylation in Ligands Binding to Scribble PDZ1. 2018
- Proteome‐wide analysis of phospho‐regulated PDZ domain interactions. 2018
- Co-evolution with recombination affects the stability of mobile genetic element insertions within gene families of Salmonella. 2018