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Name: Prof. Dr. Hakenbeck, Regine
Address: Paul-Ehrlich-Str. 23
Institution: Universität Kaiserslautern , Abt. Mikrobiologie
 
City: Kaiserslautern Zip: D-67663
Country: Germany Phone: +49-63/2052353
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Email: hakenb@rhrk.uni-kl.de
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Research Topics:
During the last decades, an unforeseen increase of antibiotic resistant bacterial pathogens is being observed worldwide. My department focuses on the following areas related to the evolution of penicillin resistance and the regulation of genetic transformation in a major human pathogen, Streptococcus pneumoniae • genomic diversity of S. pneumoniae and its comparison to closely related commensal streptococci • genome analysis of Streptococcus mitis • regulatory networks that are important for environmental adaptation and gene transfer • studies on the molecular mechanism that underlie penicillin resistance, using a unique collection of laboratory mutants and clinical isolates • new mechanisms of antibiotic resistance and the identification of new targets for antimicrobial agents

 

Organisms studied:
  • oral streptococci
  • Streptococcus mitis
  • Streptococcus pneumoniae

 

Special methods / technologies:
Microarray technology (oligonucleotide microarray of S. pneumoniae); Molecular genetics of S.

 

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