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|Name:||Prof. Dr. Merino Montero, Susana|
|Institution:||Departamento Microbiología. Facultad Biología. Universidad de Barcelona.|
|Molecular mechanisms of virulence in Gram-negative bacteria involved in veterinary or human infections: - Genomic and Proteomic characterization of surface molecules/structures involved in virulence: Type III secretion system and effector proteins delivered by this system. Polar and lateral flagella. Iron binding systems (siderophores dependent or independent) Lipopolysaccharide (O-antigen and LPS core). Capsule polysaccharide. Porins - Analysis of their potential use as vaccine candides. - Genetic regulation of surface molecules/structures involved in bacterial virulence. - Bacteria-host interactions.|
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|Use of candidate vaccines based in the LPS-core of different Gram-negative bacteria expressed in E. coli Studies with obtained mutants altered in all these surface molecules/structures mentioned above and their relationship with the eukaryotic cel|