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Name: Dr. Buchrieser, Carmen
Address:
Institution: Institut Pasteur Unité Génomique des Microorganismes Pathogènes
 
City: PARIS Zip:
Country: France Phone: 01 45 68 83 72
    Fax:
Email: cbuch@pasteur.fr
www: http://www.pasteur.fr/recherche/unites/gmp/

 

Research Topics:
Legionellae are intracellular parasites that use eukaryotic cells as a replication niche and to hide from the immune system. We use the model intracellular parasite Legionella pneumophila, a major bacterial pathogen, different in vitro and in vivo infection systems and a comparative and functional genomics approach, to decipher how Legionella subverts host cell physiological pathways to survive and proliferate within protozoa, their natural hosts, or human alveolar macrophages, during disease. Furthermore we apply comparative genomics (whole genome comparisons and DNA-arrays) to Legionellea with different pathogenic potential for humans to better understand diversity within this genus and its relation to virulence.

 

Organisms studied:
  • Legionella pneumophila

 

Special methods / technologies:
Sequencing, Microarrays, Bioinformatics, Molecular Biology

 

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