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Name: Ao. Univ. Prof. Dr. Koraimann, Günther
Address: Universitätsplatz 2
Institution: Institut für Molekulare Biowissenschaften (IMB - Bereich Mikrobiologie) – Universität Graz
 
City: Graz Zip: A-8010
Country: Austria Phone: +43 316 380 5626
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Email: guenther.koraimann@uni-graz.at
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Research Topics:
Type IV secretion systems (TFSS) are envelope spanning macromolecular transport systems used by a wide variety of bacterial pathogens. By analysing the molecular architecture and the components of the TFSS in the DNA transfer system encoded by plasmid R1 we aim to understand general principles common to all TFSS. Furthermore, we wish to understand the regulation of genes required for TFSS assembly and the impact of this envelope structure on the bacterial host cell.

 

Organisms studied:
  • Agrobacterium tumefaciens
  • E. coli

 

Special methods / technologies:
RNA analyses, qRT PCR, Fluorescence microscopy, promoter analysis by Primer extension and gene fusions, EMSA and DNA footprinting

 

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