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Name: Prof. Dr. Lasa Uzcudun, Inigo
Address: Ctra. Multiva Baja, S/N
Institution: Centro de Agrobiotecnologia y recursos naturales, Universidad publica de Navarra
 
City: Pamplona Zip: 31007
Country: Spain Phone:
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Email: ilasa@unavarra.es
www: http://www.agrobiotecnologia.es/en/index.htm

 

Research Topics:
Biofilms, exopolysaccharides, surface proteins, multicellular behaviour, GDDEF/EAL proteins, c-di-GMP, Bap proteins We are currently studying the mechanisms employed by bacteria to form and maintain biofilms at molecular level, as well as the influence of biofilm lifestyle on the infectious process of bacteria and its resistance to anti-microbials.

 

Organisms studied:
  • Enterococcus faecalis
  • Salmonellae
  • Staphylococcus

 

Special methods / technologies:
All routinely techniques for genetic engineering of gram positive and gram negative microorganism. Biofilm formation in static and flow conditions (microfermenters). HPLC

 

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